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					                 2010 MEN’S GOLF INFORMATION GUIDE




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Tyler           Erich                Nakarintra
Duncan          Johnston             Ratanakul
                                                      Table of Contents / Quick Facts
                                                                                    Golf Quick Facts
                                                                                   University                                                                              Squad Information
                                                                                   Location ............................................West Lafayette, Ind.               2009 Big Ten Finish ...........................................8th
                                                                                   Founded ...................................................................1869         2009 NCAA Regional Finish .............................N/A
                                                                                   Enrollment .............................................................40,090          Starters returning/lost ........................................6/1
                                                                                   Nickname.....................................................Boilermakers
                                                                                                                                                                           Top returnees.....Tyler Duncan and Erich Johnston
                                                                                   School Colors ....................................Old Gold and Black
                                                                                   Affiliation ................................................. NCAA Division I
                                                                                   Conference ...........................................................Big Ten           Directions to the Birck
                                                                                   President ..................................... Dr. France A. Córdova                   Boilermaker Golf Complex
                                                                                   Alma Mater (Year)....................................Stanford (1969)                    From the North
                                                                                   Athletics Director ................................... Morgan J. Burke
                                                                                                                                                                           Take I-65 south to Exit 193 (US 231). Take US 231
                                                                                   Alma Mater (Year)......................................Purdue (1973)
                                                                                   Sr. Associate Athletics Director .................... Nancy Cross                       south to US 52 (approx. 12 miles to a red flashing
                                                                                   Ticket Office Phone ...............................(800) 49-SPORT                        light). Turn left on US 52 (approx. five miles, veer
                                                                                   Faculty Representatives .................Dr. Christie L. Sahley                         right onto ramp for Purdue/West Lafayette North-
                                                                                   .............................................................Dr. Jeffrey T. Bolin       western Avenue). On Northwestern Avenue, pro-
                                                                                                                                                                           ceed to second stop light and turn right onto Cherry
                                                                                   Sports Information                                                                      Lane. Golf complex will be on your right.
                                                                                   Golf SID ........................................................Cory Walton
                                                                                   Phone ...................................................... (765) 494-3201             From the South
                                                                                   Fax........................................................... (765) 494-5447           Take I-65 North to Exit 175 (SR 25). Off the exit,
Table of Contents                                                                  Email.............................................cdwalton@purdue.edu                   turn left at stoplight. Go to first stoplight, US 52,
                                                                                   Website................................................purduesports.com
                                                                                                                                                                           and turn right. Go to fourth stoplight, Yeager Road,
                                                                                   Address ................................... Room 15 , Mackey Arena
Table of Contents and Quick Facts .........................1                       ................................................. West Lafayette, IN 47907              and turn left. Go to next stoplight, Northwestern
2009-10 Roster ........................................................2                                                                                                   Avenue, turn left. At second stoplight, turn right on
2009-10 Schedule ...................................................3                                                                                                      Cherry Lane. Golf complex is on your right.
                                                                                   Purdue Coaching Staff
Head Coach Devon Brouse ................................. 4-5                      Head Coach...............................................Devon Brouse
Associate Head Coach Greg Robertson .................6                             Alma Mater (Year)......................................Purdue (1971)                    From the West
Assistant Coach Johanna Josefsson.......................7                          Associate head coach ............................ Greg Robertson                        Take SR 26 to West Lafayette (becomes State
Golf Support Staff ....................................................8           Alma Mater (Year)....................... Oklahoma State (1997)                          Street). Follow State Street to Grant Street and turn
David Gersztein .......................................................9           Assistant coach .................................Johanna Josefsson                      right. Turn left onto Northwestern Avenue. At the
Erich Johnston .......................................................10           Alma Mater (Year).................. Southern California (1999)                          second stoplight, turn left onto Cherry Lane. Golf
Maximo Kopp.........................................................11             Golf office phone ..................................... (765) 494-4311                   complex will be on your right.
Nakarintra Ratanakul .............................................12
Scott Busch ...........................................................13          Home Course Information                                                                 From the East
Tyler Duncan .........................................................14           Home course ............... Birck Boilermaker Golf Complex                              Follow US 231 into West Lafayette, which becomes
                                                                                   Location .......................................... West Lafayette, Ind.
William Sjaichudin .................................................15                                                                                                     South River Road once you’re across the river. At
                                                                                   Primary Course..................................... Kampen Course
Arthur Kim..............................................................16         Par .............................................................................. 72   the stoplight turn left onto State Street. Turn right at
Henry Plager..........................................................17           Yardage ................................................................. 7,467         Grant Street. Turn left onto Northwestern Avenue.
First-Class Travel...................................................18            Secondary Course .................................. Ackerman Hills                      At the second stop light, turn left onto Cherry Lane.
Birck Boilermaker Golf Complex...................... 19-20                         Par .............................................................................. 71   Golf Complex will be on your right.
Kampen Course Hole-by-Hole......................... 21-22                          Yardage ................................................................. 6,436
Tom Spurgeon Golf Training Center ......................23
Boilermaker Practice Facility .................................24
Purdue University ............................................ 25-27
Academic Success ................................................28                             2010 Information Guide Credits                                                                                   2010 MEN’S GOLF INFORMATION GUIDE
Spirit and Tradition........................................... 29-30
Purdue Alumni .......................................................31            The 2010 Purdue Men’s Golf Information Guide was produced by
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John Purdue Club ..................................................32              the Purdue Sports Information office.
Lafayette-West Lafayette.......................................33
Indiana ...................................................................34      Editor: Cory Walton.
Honors And Awards ......................................... 35-36
Big Ten Championship Teams ......................... 37-38                         Editorial Contributors: Elliot Bloom, Sara White, Erin Tulley and Jonathan
                                                                                   Gandolf. Additional assistance by Grant Hawkins Design.
1961 National Champions .....................................39
Team Championships ............................................40                  Photography: Tom Campbell, Purdue Photo and Digital Imaging, Elliot
Individual Records .................................................41             Bloom and Sara White.
Team Records .......................................................42
All-Time Roster ......................................................43           Cover Design: Jackelyn Riley.                                                                               Tyler
                                                                                                                                                                                               Duncan
                                                                                                                                                                                                                Erich
                                                                                                                                                                                                                Johnston
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Nakarintra
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Ratanakul

Year-By-Year Results ...................................... 44-48


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                                                  2009-10 Roster
    Name                    Class                Hometown (High School/ Previous School)
    Scott Busch              So.                                  Lafayette, Ind. (West Lafayette)
    Tyler Duncan             So.                               Columbus, Ind. (Columbus North)
    David Gersztein          Jr.                               Aschau, Germany (FOS Altötting)
    Erich Johnston           Jr.                                   Fort Wayne, Ind. (Homestead)
    Arthur Kim               Fr.                                              Tigard, Ore. (Tigard)
    Maximo Kopp              Jr.                           Curitiba, Brazil (Colegio Dom Bosco)
    Henry Plager             Fr.                                         Carmel, Ind. (Cathedral)
    Nakarintra Ratanakul     Jr.                         Bangkok, Thailand (Traill International)
    William Sjaichudin       So.                       Jakarta, Indonesia (Bradenton Prep, Fla.)

    Head Coach: Devon Brouse (12th season)
    Associate Head Coach: Greg Robertson (Eighth season)


                                                                                                      Scott Busch




    Tyler Duncan               David Gersztein                      Erich Johnston                    Arthur Kim




    Maximo Kopp                Henry Plager                         Nakarintra Ratanakul              William Sjaichudin

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                                                         2009-10 Schedule

Date                                 Event                                                        Course                                       Location
Sept. 12-13                          Wolf Run Intercollegiate                                     Wolf Run GC                              Zionsville, Ind.
Sept. 18-20                          Olympia Fields/Fighting Illini Invitational                  Olympia Fields CC                     Olympia Fields, Ill.
Sept. 26-27                          Wolverine at Radrick Farms                                   Radrick Farms GC                       Ann Arbor, Mich.
Oct. 4-5                             Windon Memorial Classic                                      Skokie CC                                   Glencoe, Ill.
Oct. 24-25                           UNCG Bridgestone Collegiate                                  Forest Oaks CC                        Greensboro, N.C.
Feb. 12-13                           Big Ten Match Play Championship                              Heron Bay GC                         Coral Springs, Fla.
Feb. 21-23                           Puerto Rico Classic                                          Rio Mar CC                      Rio Grande, Puerto Rico
March 17-18                          National Invitational                                        Tucson National                            Tucson, Ariz.
April 9-10                           Wolfpack Invitational                                        Lonnie Poole GC                           Raleigh, N.C.
April 19-20                          Crooked Stick Invitational                                   Crooked Stick GC                            Carmel, Ind.
April 24-25                          Boilermaker Invitational                                     Kampen Course                       West Lafayette, Ind.
April 30-May 2                       Big Ten Championship                                         Windsong Farms GC                  Independence, Minn.
May 20-22                            NCAA Regional Championship                                   TBD                                                 TBD
June 1-6                             NCAA Championship                                            TBD                                                 TBD




The River Course at Rio Mar (Puerto Rico) is a Greg Norman design.                 Purdue travels to Olympia Fields Country Club, site of the 2003 U.S. Open.




Purdue hosts the Boilermaker Invitational from April 24-25 at the Kampen Course.



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                                             Head Coach Devon Brouse
    Coaching Experience
    • Head Coach, Purdue University,                                                                 Devon Brouse
      1998 to present

    • Head Coach, University of North Carolina,                                                      Head Coach/Director of Golf Operations
      1978 to 1998                                                                                   12th Season
    Coaching Highlights
    • 2006 NGCA Women’s National Coach of the Year

    • 2006 Golfweek National Coach of the Year
                                                              Devon Brouse, a 1971 Purdue graduate, is in                 During his first year in West Lafayette, Brouse
    • 2006 Labron Harris Award Winner                  his 12th season as head coach and director of golf          guided the men’s team to its first NCAA regional
                                                       operations for the Boilermakers.                            action in 10 years, while the women’s team advanced
    • Big Ten Coach of the Year (2000, 2006, 2008)            Brouse became the Boilermakers’ coach in 1998        to its third-straight appearance in an NCAA regional
                                                       after leading North Carolina to 19 NCAA Championship        and recorded a fourth-place finish at the Big Ten
    • Three-time Atlantic Coast Conference             tournaments in 21 years. During his tenure in West          Championships.
      Coach of the Year (1981, 1991, 1995)             Lafayette, Brouse has guided the Purdue program into               In just his second season in charge, Brouse led
                                                       the forefront of collegiate golf.                           the women to their first Big Ten title and a then-best
    • 1991 and 1995 District III North                        A six-time conference coach of the year (three       ninth-place finish at the NCAA Championships. The
      Coach of the Year                                times in the ACC and three times in the Big Ten),           men finished second in the Big Ten, their highest
                                                       Brouse has led his teams to 14 top-10 finishes at            placing since 1995.
                                                       the NCAA Championships, most recently guiding the                  Year three of the Brouse Era saw the Boilermaker
    • 2002 & 2006 Central Region Coach of the Year
                                                       Purdue women to a runner-up showing at the 2007             men place second in the Big Ten again and capture
                                                       NCAA Championships, the best-ever finish for a Big           a share of first place at the NCAA Central Regional.
    • 32 NCAA Championship appearances                 Ten team.                                                   Meanwhile, the Purdue women placed fourth in the
                                                              In addition to his coaching duties with both         conference and second at the Central Regional. Both
    • Six ACC Titles                                   the men’s and women’s teams at Purdue, Brouse               teams advanced to the NCAA Championships, where
      (1981, 1983, 1984, 1986, 1995, 1996)             is responsible for overseeing operations at the Birck       the women placed 20th and the men took 28th.
                                                       Boilermaker Golf Complex. The 36-hole masterpiece                  In 2002, both the men’s and women’s teams
    • Six ACC individual champions                     features two distinctly challenging courses - the           advanced to the NCAA Championships after the
                                                       Ackerman Hills and Kampen layouts. The latter was           women placed second and the men finished third in
    • One Big Ten individual champion                  designed by the legendary Pete Dye and was the site         the Big Ten. The Boiler men went on to finish seventh
                                                       of the 2008 NCAA Men’s Golf Championships. The              at NCAAs, while the women placed 16th.
    • 2006 NCAA West regional champions                complex features state-of-the-art practice facilities and          In 2003, Purdue hosted the NCAA Women’s Golf
      (Purdue women)                                   ranks among the finest in college golf.                      Championships on the Kampen Course, where the

    • 2002 NCAA Central regional champions
      (Purdue men)

    • 2001 NCAA Central regional champions
      (Purdue men)

    • 2000 and 2006 Women’s Big Ten Champions

    • 45 All-American selections

    • 72 All-Conference selections

    • 76 individual tournament titles

    • 86 team tournament titles

    • 2007 NCAA Women’s Individual Runner-up
      (Christel Boeljon)

    • 1984 NCAA Individual Champion (John Inman)

    • 2009 NCAA Individual Champion (Maria
      Hernandez)


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                                              Head Coach Devon Brouse
women played to a 12th-place finish.                         medal at the NCAA Championships in Owings Mills,
      During the 2004 season, the Boilermakers once         Md. Hernandez was also named a first-team All-               Brouse’s Year-by-Year Results
again hosted NCAA play in West Lafayette, welcoming         American for the second year in a row and garnered
the field of the NCAA Central Regional to the Kampen         PING NJCA National Player of the Year accolades,             Record at Purdue (1999 to Present)
Course. Both the men’s and women’s teams advanced           another first in Boilermaker women’s golf history.            Year        Big Ten         NCAA
to the NCAA Championships, with the men tying for                  While at Purdue, Brouse has coached five Big
16th and the women finishing 22nd.                           Ten Player of the Year honorees (Lee Williamson,
                                                                                                                         1999        4th (Women)           —
      In his seventh season at the helm, both the men’s     Stacy Orschell, Onnarin Sattayabanphot and Maria             1999        11th (Men)            —
and women’s teams again advanced to the NCAA                Hernandez (twice)) and six Big Ten Freshman of the           2000        1st (Women)         9th
Championships. The women’s teams took 20th place            Year recipients (Chris Mayson, Kari Damron, Whitney          2000        2nd (Men)             —
at the finals, and the men finished in a tie for 23rd.        Frykman, Christel Boeljon, Stefanie Endstrasser and          2001        4th (Women)        20th
      In 2006, Brouse’s men’s team finished strong with      Maude-Aimee LeBlanc).
a third-place showing at the Big Ten Championship,                 A Class “A” member of the PGA, Brouse first
                                                                                                                         2001        2nd (Men)          28th
their best finish at the event since 2002. In the NCAA       joined the University of North Carolina in 1973 as golf      2002        2nd (Women)        16th
Central Regional, the Boilermakers finished 12th and         director and superintendent of facilities following two      2002        3rd (Men)            7th
were merely two shots away from advancing to the            years as assistant director of the Indianapolis municipal    2003        4th (Women)        12th
NCAA Championships.                                         golf system. In 1977, he assumed the role of assistant       2003        5th (Men)             —
      The women’s team also completed an extremely          coach to Mike McLeod, and was named head coach a
successful season in 2006. The Boilermakers finished         year later when McLeod retired.
                                                                                                                         2004        4th (Women)       22nd
in the top-three of every regular-season tournament                Brouse immediately experienced success as             2004        4th (Men)        T-16th
and won both the Big Ten Championships and the              North Carolina’s head coach, leading the Tar Heels           2005        4th (Women)        20th
NCAA West Regional, finishing with a program-record          to a second-place finish in the ACC Tournament and            2005        5th (Men)        T-23rd
six tournament victories. The women also finished ninth      a fifth-place showing at the NCAA Championships.              2006        1st (Women)         9th
at the NCAA Championships, matching the previous            Named ACC Coach of the Year following the 1981,
best in program history.                                    1991 and 1995 seasons, Brouse built the Tar Heels
                                                                                                                         2006        3rd (Men)             —
      The 2007 season saw the women advance to              into one of the premier golf programs in the nation.         2007        2nd (Women)         2nd
the NCAA Championships for the eighth-consecutive           All told, Brouse led North Carolina to six ACC team          2007        3rd (Men)             —
year. The experience paid off, as the Boilers finished in    championships (1981, 1983, 1984, 1986, 1995, 1996),          2008        1st (Women)         4th
second place to set a program and conference record.        16 top-five conference finishes and 10 top-10 NCAA             2008        9th (Men)             —
Purdue won four tournaments during the season, and          showings, including a runner-up performance in 1991
then-sophomore Maria Hernandez became the first              and a third-place effort in 1993.
                                                                                                                         2009        1st (Women)        10th
Boilermaker female to earn first-team All-America                   In addition to building the Tar Heels and             2009        8th (Men)             —
honors.                                                     Boilermakers into two of the nation’s most respected
      The men’s team also witnessed a measure of            golf programs, Brouse was also instrumental in the           Record at North Carolina (1978 to 1998)
success at the end of the year, as then-senior Pariya       development of several players who achieved great            Year            ACC           NCAA
Junhasavasdikul claimed the program’s first individual       individual success at both the college and professional
Big Ten title since 1967, leading the Boilers to a third-   levels. Brouse has mentored 72 all-conference
                                                                                                                         1978              2nd               5th
place showing.                                              performers, two NCAA individual champions (John              1979              2nd            T-6th
      In 2009, Brouse helped guide Hernandez to             Inman and Maria Hernandez), a Fred Haskins Award             1980              4th                —
heights never before seen by a Purdue women’s golfer,       winner (John Inman), a Ben Hogan Award winner (Mark          1981              1st           T-18th
as the Pamplona, Spain, native captured the individual      Wilson), two Palmer Cup participants (Max Harris and         1982              3rd               9th
                                                            Lee Williamson) and two Walker Cup selections (Frank
                                                            Fuhrer and Tom Scherrer).
                                                                                                                         1983              1st            T-8th
                                                                   Brouse has also coached 10 World Amateur              1984              1st              4th
                                                            selections (John Inman, Shiv Kapur, Maximo Kopp,             1985             T-3rd          T-16th
                                                            Santiago Russi, Christel Boeljon, Myrte Eikenaar,            1986              1st             12th
                                                            Stefanie Endstrasser, Maria Hernandez, Thea                  1987              4th               8th
                                                            Hoffmeister and Maude-Aimee LeBlanc). His teams
                                                            have won 80 team tournament titles and 71 individual
                                                                                                                         1988              7th                —
                                                            medals.                                                      1989              3rd             13th
                                                                   In addition, Brouse also coached Patrick Moore,       1990             T-3rd              7th
                                                            the leading money winner on the Buy.com Tour in 2002.        1991              2nd              2nd
                                                            Three of his pupils (Davis Love III, John Inman and          1992              4th             23rd
                                                            Tom Scherrer) have won titles on the PGA Tour.
                                                                   In 2006, Brouse won the Labron Harris Sr.
                                                                                                                         1993              7th              3rd
                                                            Award, presented by the Golf Coaches Association of          1994              2nd             11th
                                                            America to the college or high school coach, or PGA          1995              1st             19th
                                                            professional, whose support of the game through              1996              1st             16th
                                                            teaching, coaching and involvement in the community          1997              2nd             10th
                                                            has helped ensure the continued growth of the sport.
                                                                   A native of Indianapolis, Ind., and a 1967 graduate
                                                                                                                         1998              4th             25th
                                                            of Decatur Central High School, Brouse earned a B.S.
                                                            in agronomy from Purdue in 1971 and was a member
                                                            of the Delta Tau Delta fraternity. Brouse and his wife,
                                                            Kathy, have two sons, Matt and Brent, a daughter,
                                                            Ashley, and two grandsons, Scott and Tyler.

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                       Associate Head Coach Greg Robertson
                                                                                                              The Robertson File
                                                                                                              Hometown: Roswell, N.M.
                                          Greg Robertson
                                                                                                              Education: Oklahoma State University,
                                                                                                              1997
                                          Associate Head Coach
                                          Eighth Season                                                       Coaching Experience
                                                                                                              • Volunteer Assistant, Oklahoma State
                                                                                                                2001 to 2002

                                                                                                              • Associate Head Coach, Purdue
                                                                                                                2002 to present


         Greg Robertson is in his eighth season as        Robertson played three years for the Cowboys.       Playing Experience
                                                                                                              • Oklahoma State, 1993 to 1997
    Purdue’s associate head golf coach.                   During his tenure in Stillwater, OSU captured
         His duties include recruiting and instruction,   four conference crowns and won the 1995             • New Mexico, 1997 to 1998
    while aiding in organizing team practices,            NCAA title.
    scheduling and team travel. He also assists in              A native of Roswell, N.M., Robertson          • Canadian Tour, 2000
    budgeting and fundraising for the Boilermakers’       earned his bachelor’s degree from Oklahoma
    men’s and women’s golf programs.                      State before transferring to New Mexico, where
         During his tenure, Robertson has helped          he competed as a senior and began work on a
                                                                                                             Q & A with Coach Robertson
    guide the men’s team to two top-three finishes         master’s degree in sports administration.
    at the Big Ten Championships in the last three              Robertson competed professionally from       What advantage do the Purdue golf
    seasons.                                              1998-00, playing on the Canadian Tour and          facilities provide a student-athlete?
         In 2005, Robertson was honored with the          participating in the PGA Tour’s Nissan Open in           We have everything players need to improve
    Jan Strickland Assistant Coach of the Year            Los Angeles, Calif., in his final year as a pro.    their game. We have two golf courses and both
    Award, given annually by the Golf Coaches                   In 2001, Robertson competed in numerous      have hosted NCAA Championships, a driving
    Association of America.                               state tournaments before returning to Stillwater   range where players can hit balls from different
         Robertson played collegiate golf at              to serve as a volunteer assistant coach at         directions, a team practice area for short game
    Oklahoma State, where he graduated with a             Oklahoma State.                                    and wedges and the Spurgeon indoor facility. It’s
    bachelor’s degree in sports science in 1997.                Robertson and his wife, Ashlee, reside in    the best collegiate facility I’ve seen anywhere in
         After redshirting his freshman season,           West Lafayette with their son, Michael.            the country. Plus, it is right across the street from
                                                                                                             campus.

                                                                                                             What do you enjoy most about your
                                                                                                             job?
                                                                                                                   I like helping our players grow as golfers,
                                                                                                             students and individuals. There’s nothing I enjoy
                                                                                                             more than watching a player or group of players
                                                                                                             work hard, have the right attitude and ultimately
                                                                                                             achieve success; whether it be during their time
                                                                                                             in college or beyond. It’s a great feeling when
                                                                                                             they attribute the success to the influence that
                                                                                                             we had on them.

                                                                                                             What makes Purdue special?
                                                                                                                   Our student-athletes are prepared for life
                                                                                                             after college, both on and off the course. They’re
                                                                                                             given the resources (facilities, tournament
                                                                                                             schedule, coaching) to help improve their games
                                                                                                             to compete at the professional level if they
                                                                                                             choose. At the same time, they’ll walk away from
                                                                                                             Purdue with a world-class education, allowing
                                                                                                             them to be successful off the golf course as
                                                                                                             well.


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                      Assistant Coach Johanna Josefsson
                                                                                                        The Josefsson File
                                                                                                        Hometown: Munkedal, Sweden
                                    Johanna Josefsson
                                                                                                        Education: Southern California, 1999
                                    Assistant Coach
                                                                                                        Coaching Experience
                                    First Season                                                        • Assistant Coach, Purdue
                                                                                                          2009 to present

                                                                                                        Playing Experience
                                                                                                        • Southern California, 1994 to 1999


      Johanna Josefsson is in her first year        senior, Josefsson was also chosed as Southern        Q & A with Coach Josefsson
as assistant golf coach at Purdue. Josefsson       California’s student-athlete representative to the
played collegiately at Southern California and     NCAA.                                                What were the factors that
prior to joining the Boilermakers, served as the        In 2006, Josefsson joined the Duramed           influenced your decision to coach at
manager of player services for the Duramed         FUTURES Tour as the marketing and                    Purdue?
                                                                                                        I believe intercollegiate athletics provides an
FUTURES Tour since 2007.                           communications coordinator. Prior to that, she
                                                                                                        important enhancement to the life and spirit of both
      Josefsson, who was born in Munkedal,         worked as a sales account executive for J.           student-athletes and the academic community,
Sweden, speaks four languages: Swedish,            Lindeberg Corp., a golf fashion company, and         fostering character through discipline, team
English, Norwegian and French. She was             was an LPGA assistant for the Golf Channel and       membership and the mutual respect expressed
a member of the Swedish national team for          FOX Sports West from 1997-99.                        in fair play. As a collegiate golfer myself, I’ve
several years before earning a golf scholarship         Her duties at Purdue include recruiting,        known about Purdue’s high-profile sports
in the U.S.                                        coordinating team travel, player development,        programs and the rich Boilermaker tradition,
      Josefsson graduated from Southern            organizing team practices, scheduling and            but the main reason I chose Purdue is because
California in 1999 with a bachelor’s degree in     assisting with coordination and instruction at       I’ve always wanted to coach a top-ranked team
                                                                                                        whose dedication to golf is as committed as my
American studies and ethnicity, and a minor        Coach Brouse’s golf schools and academies.
                                                                                                        own. My goal is to win the NCAA Championship.
in business administration. While competing             Josefsson is married to Desmond Harding,        My sense of conviction was further strengthened
for the Trojans, Josefsson was named the           an associate professor in the English Department     when I saw the extensive practice facilities and
team’s most valuable player in 1997 and was        at Central Michigan University.                      met the coaching staff, an impressive group of
tabbed most improved as a freshman in 1996.                                                             people who work daily to mentor and support our
She was named honorable mention All-Pac-10                                                              talented athletes. When I put all of these factors
in 1997 and won the individual medal at the                                                             together, the decision to coach at Purdue was
1998 Pioneer Electronic Bruin Classic. As a                                                             one of the best I’ve ever made.

                                                                                                        How has working for the Duramed
                                                                                                        FUTURES Tour prepared you for
                                                                                                        coaching?
                                                                                                        Working with player development opened my
                                                                                                        eyes to the challenges facing college players
                                                                                                        as the transition to the pro circuit. As a result, I
                                                                                                        dedicated myself to helping players make good
                                                                                                        choices, get organized and think for themselves.

                                                                                                        What have you learned working with
                                                                                                        Coach Brouse?
                                                                                                        Skilled coaches offer outstanding leadership
                                                                                                        by exemplifying standards of dedication and
                                                                                                        commitment that complement and enrich the
                                                                                                        academic mission. In my short tenure here
                                                                                                        at Purdue, Coach Brouse has taught me
                                                                                                        the importance of teamwork, the meaning of
                                                                                                        leadership and the necessity of earning your
                                                                                                        teammates’ respect.




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                                                                   Support Staff
                                                  Dan Ross                                                                           Jim Scott
                                                  Head Golf                                                              Birck Boilermaker Golf Complex
                                                 Professional                                                                    Superintendent

                                      Dan Ross is in his seventh year as the head golf                                    Jim Scott is in his 16th year as the superintendent
                              professional at the Birck Boilermaker Golf Complex.                                of the Kampen and Ackerman Hills golf courses on Purdue’s
                                      A graduate of Taylor University, Ross was team                             campus. His current projects include continued upgrades
                              captain and the No. 1 player on the golf team during his                           on the two courses in preparation for the men’s NCAA
                              junior and senior seasons.                                                         Championships in 2008.
                                      Ross began working in the golf business as an                                       In 1995, Scott joined the Purdue athletics department
    assistant professional in 1992 and worked at Harrison Lake Country Club for Master   with the challenge of directing all facets of construction on the Birck Boilermaker
    Professional Tony Clecak until 1997. While there, he became a member of the          Golf Complex. Since then, he has brought about the completion of the 18-hole
    PGA in 1995. In 1997, he became the head golf professional at Walnut Creek Golf      championship Kampen Course, formerly known as the North Course, as well as
    Course in Upland, Ind., his home golf course in college. After two years at Walnut   major landscape changes to the 18-hole Ackerman Hills Course, formerly known
    Creek, Ross was named the head golf professional at Edgewood Country Club in         as the South Course.
    Anderson, Ind., where he worked for five years.                                            Prior to the reconstruction of Purdue’s courses, Scott helped design 18-hole
                Ross and his wife, Luci, have been married since 1997 and have two       courses at the Wellington Golf Club in Wellington, Fla., and the Juday Creek Golf
    children, Ally and Jackson.                                                          Club in South Bend, Ind.
                                                                                              Scott graduated from Purdue’s School of Agriculture in 1987 with a bachelor’s
                                                                                         degree in turfgrass science.

                                       Senior Administrative Staff and Faculty Representatives




       Morgan Burke                 Roger Blalock                Nancy Cross                Glenn Tompkins                    Ed Howat                    Barb Kapp
       Athletics Director           Senior Associate            Senior Associate             Senior Associate                Associate AD                 Associate AD
                                    Athletics Director          Athletics Director           Athletics Director




                        Tom Reiter                  Tom Schott              Steve Simmerman                Jeffrey T. Bolin             Christie L. Sahley
                        Assistant AD                Assistant AD               Assistant AD              Faculty Representative        Faculty Representative

                                                                           Support Staff




          Pam Bales              Marilyn McFatridge              Marty Quinn                   Sara Fetzer                  Brent Wills                Nicole McKinney
           Secretary              Event Management             Equipment Manager               Outing/ Retail               Assistant Golf             Academic Services
                                                                                                Coordinator                  Professional

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                                                              Athlete Profiles
                                                                               Gersztein’s Tournament Results
                                          David                                2009-10 (Fall)
                                                                               Tournament                      Date       Score             Finish
                                          Gersztein                            Olympia Fields Invitational     9/18-20    79-77-79=235        T-63

                                                                               2008-09
                                          Junior                               Tournament                      Date       Score             Finish
                                          Aschau, Germany                      Mason Rudolf Invitational       9/26-28    74-74-74=222        T-53
                                          FOS Altötting                        Puerto Rico Classic             2/27-3/1   77-79-79=235          71
                                                                               Linger Longer Invitational      3/20-21    77-81-75=233        T-48
                                                                               Adidas Hoosier Invitational     4/11-12    74-73-74=221        T-23
                                                                               Boilermaker Invitational        4/18-19    80-73-77=230        T-70
Gersztein’s Career Accomplishments
                                                                               2007-08
                                                                               Tournament                      Date       Score             Finish
Junior Season (Fall 2009)
                                                                               Puerto Rico Classic             2/29-3/2   78-78-76=232        T-69
  Tied for 63rd at the Olympia Fields Invitational
                                                                               Callaway Golf Invitational      3/10-11    76-75-71=222        T-20
                                                                               Linger Longer Invitational      3/14-16    75-72-75=222        T-25
Sophomore Season (2008-09)
                                                                               Hoosier Invitational            3/29-30    75-72=147           T-12
  Played in five tournaments
                                                                               Robert Kepler Intercollegiate   4/12-13    79-83-81=243        T-64
  Averaged 76.07 strokes per round
                                                                               Boilermaker Invitational        4/19-20    67-75-65=207           3
  Shot a season-best 73 on two occasions
                                                                               Big Ten Championships           4/25-27    70-73-79-73=295        8
  Tied for 23rd at the Boilermaker Invitational

Freshman Season (2008)
  Played in seven tournaments
  Averaged 74.7 strokes per round
  Placed third at the Boilermaker Invitational with a season top finish of 65
  Finished eighth at the Big Ten Championships
  Scored even or below par in five out of 21 total rounds

High School (FOS Altötting)
  Member of German National Team from 2005 to 2007
  Three-time winner of the Bavarian State Championship (2003, 2004, 2005)
  Twice won the qualification event for the German Championship (2006, 2007)
  Placed sixth in the 2004 German Championship U16 tournament
  Finished 10th at the 2005 German Championship U18 tournament
  Placed 12th in the 2007 German Championship
  Finished 35th at the European Amateur Championship

Personal
  Majoring in management
  Born June 6, 1989
  Son of Sonja and Oliver Gersztein




    Gersztein’s Career Statistics
    Season          Rounds        Strokes Average             Low Round
    2007-08           21           1,568   74.67                      65
    2008-09           15           1,141   76.07                      73
    2009-10            3            235    78.33                      77
    Totals            39           2,944   75.49                     65


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                                                                     Athlete Profiles
                                                                                           Johnston’s Tournament Results
                                                Erich                                      2009-10 (Fall)
                                                                                           Tournament                      Date        Score             Finish
                                                Johnston                                   Wolf Run Intercollegiate        9/12-13     75-72-72=219        T-19
                                                                                           Olympis Fields Invitational     9/18-20     69-78-75=222        T-28
                                                                                           Wolverine at Radrick Farms      9/26-27     74-72-68=214        T-14
                                                Junior                                     Windon Memorial Classic         10/4-5      75-75-71=221        T-14
                                                Fort Wayne, Ind.                           UNCG Bridgestone Coll.          10/24-25    71-69-74=214        T-15
                                                Homestead High School
                                                                                           2008-09
                                                                                           Tournament                      Date        Score             Finish
                                                                                           Wolf Run Intercollegiate        9/13-14     76-75-77=228        T-31
     Johnston’s Career Accomplishments                                                     Fighting Illini Invitational    9/19-21     72-75-69=216        T-17
                                                                                           Mason Rudolf Invitational       9/26-28     72-74-74=220        T-43
     Junior Season (Fall 2009)                                                             Windon Memorial Classic         10/5-6      71-73-70=214        T-11
       Played in five tournaments                                                           Puerto Rico Classic             2/27-3/1    76-73-76=225        T-57
       Averaged a team-best 72.67 strokes per round in the fall season                     Linger Longer Invitational      3/20-21     80-78-75=233        T-48
       Tied for 14th at the Wolverine at Radrick Farms after shooting a career-best        Boilermaker Invitational        4/18-19     76-74-71=221        T-30
          68 in the final round                                                             Big Ten Championships           5/1-3       73-77-71-75=296     T-22
       Shot a final-round 71 to tie for 14th at the Windon Memorial Classic
       Earned a share of 15th at the UNCG Bridgestone Collegiate on the strength           2007-08
                                                                                           Tournament                      Date        Score             Finish
          of red numbers in the first two rounds
                                                                                           Purdue/Midwest Shootout         9/8         71=71                T-1
                                                                                           PING/Golfweek Preview           9/22-23     81-80-77=238          72
     Sophomore Season (2008-09)
                                                                                           Fighting Illini Invitational    9/30-10/1   69-79-76=224        T-36
       Played in eight tournaments
                                                                                           Windon Memorial Classic         10/7-8      75-72-76=223        T-43
       Averaged 74.12 strokes per round
                                                                                           Landfall Tradition              10/26-28    76-77-78=231        T-38
       Shot a season-best 69 in the final round of the Olympia Fields Illini Invitational
                                                                                           Puerto Rico Classic             2/29-3/2    78-74-80=232        T-69
          to tie for 17th place
                                                                                           Linger Longer Invitational      3/14-16     85-76-77=238          71
       Tied for 11th in the Windon Memorial Classic
                                                                                           Hoosier Invitational            3/29-30     76-76=152           T-43
                                                                                           Robert Kepler Intercollegiate   4/12-13     80-81-76=237        T-47
     U.S. Amateur Championship (2008)
                                                                                           Boilermaker Invitational        4/19-20     72-73-75=220        T-40
       Defeated Daniel Debra of Wesley Chapel, Fla. in the second round with a
                                                                                           Big Ten Championships           4/25-27     81-74-77-76=308     T-38
         score of 73

     Freshman Season (2007-08)
       Played in 11 tournaments
       Averaged 76.6 strokes per round
       Tied for first with a 71 in the rain-shortened Purdue/Midwest Shootout
       Fired a career low of 69 placing third at the Fighting Illini Invitational
       Tied for 38th at the Big Ten Championships

     High School (Homestead)
       Qualified for 2006 U.S. Junior Amateur Championship
       Advanced to second stage of 2006 U.S. Open qualifier (played with Brad Faxon)
       Placed second at 2005 AJGA Indiana/Chicago Open
       Team won regional championship senior year
       Won four out of nine varsity tournaments as a senior
       Won five out of nine varsity tournament as a junior, including four in a row
       Selected as all-conference, all-area and all-state as a junior and senior

     Personal
       Majoring in history/political science
       Born May 5, 1989                                                                    Johnston’s Career Statistics
       Son of Ted and Tracy Johnston
       Has one sister, Katie                                                               Season         Rounds           Strokes Average        Low Round
                                                                                           2007-08          31              2,374   76.58                 69
                                                                                           2008-09          25              1,853   74.12                 69
                                                                                           2009-10 (Fall)   15              1,090   72.67                 68
                                                                                           Totals           71              5,317   74.89                68

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                                                                                 Kopp’s Tournament Results
                                          Maximo                                 2009-10 (Fall)
                                                                                 Tournament                      Date        Score             Finish
                                          Kopp                                   Wolf Run Intercollegiate   9/12-13          80-75-72=227        T-47
                                                                                 Wolverine at Radrick Farms 9/26-27          77-70-77=224        T-44
                                                                                 Windon Memorial Classic 10/4-5              77-74-77=228        T-47
                                          Junior
                                          Curitiba, Brazil                       2008-09
                                          Colegio Dom Bosco                      Tournament                      Date        Score             Finish
                                                                                 Rutherford Intercollegiate      8/31-9/2    82-75-72=229        T-34
                                                                                 Olympia Fields Invitational     9/19-21     75-77-76=228        T-58
                                                                                 Linger Longer Invitational      3/20-21     79-76-73=228        T-33
Kopp’s Career Accomplishments                                                    adidas Hoosier Invitational     4/11-12     74-70-75=219        T-16
                                                                                 Big Ten Championships           5/1-3       72-73-73-78=296     T-22
Junior Season (Fall 2009)
  Played in three tournaments                                                    2007-08
  Averaged 75.44 strokes per round in the fall season                            Tournament                      Date        Score             Finish
  Shot a low round of 70 to tie for 44th at the Wolverine at Radrick Farms       Purdue/Midwest Shootout         9/8         78=78               T-46
                                                                                 PING/Golfweek Preview           9/22-23     77-76-79=232        T-63
Sophomore Season (2008-09)                                                       Fighting Illini Invitational    9/30-10/1   81-77-75=233          54
  Played in five tournaments                                                      Windon Memorial Classic         10/7-8      69-73-74=216        T-22
  Averaged 75.00 strokes per round                                               Landfall Tradition              10/26-28    78-72-77=227        T-29
  Shot a season-low 70 in the second round of the adidas Hoositer Invitational   Puerto Rico Classic             2/29-3/2    80-74-75=229        T-62
     en route to tying for 16th place                                            Callaway Golf Invitational      3/10-11     76-75-77=228        T-46
  Finished in a tie for 22nd at the Big Ten Championships                        Linger Longer Invitational      3/14-16     78-74-72=225        T-36
                                                                                 Hoosier Invitational            3/29-30     72-72=144            T-3
Freshman Season (2007-08)                                                        Robert Kepler Intercollegiate   4/12-13     78-83-76=237        T-47
  Played in 11 tournaments                                                       Boilermaker Invitational        4/19-20     73-73-73=219        T-32
  Averaged 75.6 strokes per round
  Tied for third at the Hoosier Invitational with a season-low of 69
  Tied for 32nd at the Boilermaker Invitational

High School (Colegio Dom Bosco)
  Finished third in the 2007 Brazilian Amateur
  Placed fourth at 2006 Brazilian Amateur
  Finished 16th at 2006 World Amateur Championship
  Won the 2006 Sao Paulo State Open
  Best amateur at 2005 American Express Brazil Classic
  Finished seventh at 2005 Doral-Publix Junior Golf Classic
  Selected as 2004 and 2006 Golfer of the Year by the Parana Federation

Personal
  Majoring in Business
  Born May 20, 1989
  Son of Maximo Joao Kopp and Gisele Correia




    Kopp’s Career Statistics
    Season         Rounds         Strokes Average              Low Round
    2007-08          30            2,268   75.60                       69
    2008-09          16            1,200   75.00                       70
    2009-10 (Fall)    9             679    75.44                       70
    Totals           55            4,147   75.40                      69

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                                                                 Athlete Profiles
                                                                                        Ratanakul’s Tournament Results
                                             Nakarintra                                 2009-10 (Fall)
                                                                                        Tournament                     Date        Score             Finish
                                             Ratanakul                                  Wolf Run Intercollegiate       9/12-13     82-70-77=229        T-57
                                                                                        Olympis Fields Invitational    9/18-20     75-79-75=229        T-52
                                                                                        Wolverine at Radrick Farms     9/26-27     74-74-78=226        T-56
                                             Junior                                     Windon Memorial Classic        10/4-5      76-70-81=227        T-42
                                             Bangkok, Thailand                          UNCG Bridgestone Coll.         10/24-25    70-72-76=218        T-30
                                             Traill International
                                                                                        2008-09
                                                                                        Tournament                     Date        Score             Finish
                                                                                        Rutherford Intercollegiate     8/31-9/2    70-68-73=211           1
     Ratanakul’s Career Accomplishments                                                 Wolf Run Intercollegiate       9/13-14     79-74-76=229        T-35
                                                                                        Fighting Illini Invitational   9/19-21     77-73-75=225        T-45
     Junior Season (Fall 2009)                                                          Mason Rudolf Invitational      9/26-28     73-72-71=216        T-21
       Played in five tournaments                                                        Windon Memorial Classic        10/5-6      70-76-71=219        T-19
       Averaged 75.27 strokes per round                                                 Puerto Rico Classic            2/27-3/1    74-74-70=218        T-30
       Shot a season-low 70 on three occasions                                          Big Ten Championships          5/1-3       75-74-71-77=297     T-27
       Tied for 19th at the UNCG Bridgestone Collegiate
                                                                                        2007-08
                                                                                        Tournament                     Date        Score             Finish
     Sophomore Season (2008-09)
       Played in seven tournaments                                                      Purdue/Midwest Shootout        9/8         74=74               T-10
       Averaged 73.27 strokes per round                                                 PING/Golfweek Preview          9/22-23     79-71-79=229        T-53
       Counted more than 95 percent of his rounds toward the team's score               Fighting Illini Invitational   9/30-10/1   76-78-84=238          59
       Won the Rutherford Intercollegiate by five strokes, finishing with a career-best   Windon Memorial Classic        10/7-8      D-68-69=137           68
          total of 211 (-5)                                                             Landfall Tradition             10/26-28    75-72-82=229        T-35
       Fired a career-best 68 in the second round of the Rutherford
       Tied for 19th at the Windon Memorial Classic

     Freshman Season (2007-08)
       Played in nine tournaments
       Averaged 76.44 strokes per round
       Finished a season-low of 72 at the Boilermaker Invitational
       Shot 7 of 25 rounds even or under par
       Placed 51st at the Big Ten Championships

     High School (Traill International)
       Ranked first on the Thai National Team in 2006 and second in 2005
       Won the 2006 Nick Faldo Series Asia grand final
       Participated in 2006 Asian Games
       Participated in the 2005 and 2006 British Boys Championships
       Finished sixth in the 2005 Panwest Malaysia Amateur Open
       Participated in 2005 SEA Games
       Tied for fifth in the 2005 Thai Professional TPC Championship
       Tied for 44th and 52nd in two Asian Tour events in 2005
       Member of the 2005 Nomura Cup team

     Personal
       Majoring in psychology
       Born June 12, 1988
       Son of Paiboon and Kedkanok Ratanakul
       Has two brothers, Paron and Tharin
       Nickname is “Boom”                                                               Ratanakul’s Career Statistics
                                                                                        Season         Rounds          Strokes Average        Low Round
                                                                                        2007-08          25              1,911  76.44                 68
                                                                                        2008-09          22             1,612   73.27                 68
                                                                                        2009-10 (Fall)   15             1,129   75.27                 70
                                                                                        Totals           62             4,652   75.03                68

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                                                                              Busch’s Tournament Results
                                        Scott                                 2009-10 (Fall)
                                                                              Tournament                Date        Score          Finish
                                        Busch                                 Wolverine at Radrick Farms 9/26-27    79-80-73=232   T-71 (I)
                                                                              UNCG Bridgestone Coll.     10/24-25   82-74-78=234      T-81
                                        Sophomore                             2008-09
                                        West Lafayette, Ind.                  Tournament                    Date      Score        Finish
                                        West Lafayette High School            No Tournaments



Busch’s Career Accomplishments                                                Busch’s Career Statistics
Sophomore Season (Fall 2009)
                                                                              Season         Rounds Strokes Average            Low Round
  Played in two tournaments
                                                                              2008-09           No Tournaments Competed
  Averaged 77.67 strokes per round
                                                                              2009-10 (Fall)   6         466       77.67               73
  Played as an individual at the Wolverine at Radrick Farms, tying for 71st
                                                                              Totals           6         466      77.67                73
  Tied for 81st place at the UNCG Bridgestone Collegiate

Freshman Season (2008-09)
  Did not see tournament action in his first year with the Purdue program

High School (West Lafayette)
  Team MVP all four years
  Placed second in the Hoosier conference as a junior
  Member of the four-time Hoosier conference champion team

Personal
  Majoring in management
  Born on August 17, 1989
  Son of Terry and Kelly Busch
  Has two brothers, Nick and Sean




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                                                                                           Duncan’s Tournament Results
                                               Tyler                                       2009-10 (Fall)
                                                                                           Tournament                    Date       Score             Finish
                                               Duncan                                      Wolf Run Intercollegiate      9/12-13    73-76-76=225        T-38
                                                                                           Olympia Fields Invitational   9/18-20    79-79-80=238        T-69
                                                                                           Wolverine at Radrick Farms    9/26-27    73-75-74=222        T-32
                                               Sophomore                                   Windon Memorial Classic       10/4-5     76-79-75=230        T-56
                                               Columbus, Ind.                              UNCG Bridgestone Coll.        10/24-25   75-77-75=227        T-64
                                               Columbus North
                                                                                           2008-09
                                                                                           Tournament                       Date    Score             Finish
                                                                                           Rutherford Intercollegiate    8/31-9/2   73-78-69=220         T-6
     Duncan’s Career Accomplishments                                                       Wolf Run Intercollegiate      9/13-14    79-71-75=225        T-19
                                                                                           Mason Rudolf Invitational     9/26-28    70-73-72=215        T-17
     Sophomore Season (Fall 2009)                                                          Windon Memorial Classic       10/5-6     79-71-71=221        T-36
       Played in five tournaments                                                           Puerto Rico Classic           2/27-3/1   72-77-74=223        T-52
       Averaged 76.13 strokes per round                                                    Linger Longer Invitational    3/20-21    74-75-73=226        T-15
       Best finish of the fall was a tie for 32nd with a six-over 222 at the Wolverine at   adidas Hoosier Invitational   4/11-12    71-71-77=219        T-16
          Radrick Farms                                                                    Boilermaker Invitational      4/18-19    68-75-74=217        T-12
                                                                                           Big Ten Championships         5/1-3      77-79-68-77=301     T-39
     Freshman Season (2008-09)
       Played in nine tournaments
       Led the team with a 73.82 stroke average
       Shot 10 rounds at par or better                                                     Duncan’s Career Statistics
       Tied for sixth at the Rutherford Intercollegiate with a four-over 220
       Earned a share of 12th place at the Boilermaker Invitational, finishing with a       Season         Rounds         Strokes Average       Low Round
          total of 217 (+1) after opening the event with a season-best 68                  2008-09          28            2,067   73.82                68
                                                                                           2009-10 (Fall)   15            1,142   76.13                73
     High School (Columbus North)                                                          Totals           43            3,209   74.63               68
       Three-time all-state honoree
       Four-time all-conference honoree
       Individual State Champion as a junior

     Personal
       Majoring in management
       Born July 13,1989
       Son of Brian and Angie Duncan
       Has one brother, Brandon, and one sister, Nicole




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                                                                                        Sjaichudin’s Tournament Results
                                               William                                  2009-10 (Fall)
                                                                                        Tournament                        Date    Score             Finish
                                               Sjaichudin                               Wolverine at Radrick Farms 9/26-27        73-73-71=217        T-17
                                                                                        Windon Memorial Classic 10/4-5            73-77-74=224        T-27
                                                                                        UNCG Bridgestone Coll.     10/24-25       73-72-75=220        T-35
                                               Sophomore
                                               Jakarta, Indonesia                       2008-09
                                               Bradenton Prep (Fla.)                    Tournament                        Date    Score             Finish
                                                                                        Rutherford Intercollegiate     8/31-9/2   76-71-71=218         T-3
                                                                                        Wolf Run Intercollegiate       9/13-14    84-75-74=233        T-48
                                                                                        Fighting Illini Invitational   9/19-21    82-72-72=226        T-51
     Sjaichudin’s Career Accomplishments                                                Mason Rudolf Invitational      9/26-28    71-79-79=229        T-79
                                                                                        Puerto Rico Classic            2/27-3/1   70-75-73=218        T-30
     Sophomore Season (Fall 2009)                                                       Linger Longer Invitational     3/20-21    82-72-74=228        T-33
       Played in three tournaments                                                      adidas Hoosier Invitational    4/11-12    72-73-75=220        T-19
       Averaged 73.44 strokes per round                                                 Boilermaker Invitational       4/18-19    73-73-71=217        T-12
       Tied for 17th at the Wolverine at Radrick Farms with a one-over 217              Big Ten Championships          5/1-3      73-73-75-77=298     T-32

     Freshman Season (2008-09)
       Played in nine tournaments
       Averaged 74.53 strokes per round
       Tied for third at the Rutherford Intercollegiate with a two-over 218
                                                                                        Sjaichudin’s Career Statistics
       Earned a share of 12th place at the Boilermaker Invitational, carding a third-
                                                                                        Season         Rounds          Strokes Average       Low Round
          round 71
                                                                                        2008-09          28             2,087   74.53                70
                                                                                        2009-10 (Fall)    9              661    73.44                71
     High School (Bradenton Prep (Fla.))
                                                                                        Totals           37             2,784   74.27               70
       FHSAA state champion as a sophomore
       Placed second at state as a senior
       Placed second in the Footjoy invitational as a senior

     Personal
       Plans to major in Food Engineering
       Born October 15, 1990
       Son of Irwan and Liliyanti Sjaichudin
       Has one brother Andy, and one sister Florencia




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                                                                                       Kim’s Tournament Results
                                               Arthur                                  2009-10 (Fall)
                                                                                       Tournament                    Date   Score           Finish
                                               Kim                                     Wolf Run Intercollegiate   9/12-13   77-80-81=238       78

                                               Freshman
                                               Tigard, Ore.
                                               Tigard                                  Kim’s Career Statistics
                                                                                       Season         Rounds      Strokes Average      Low Round
                                                                                       2009-10 (Fall)   3           238    79.33               77
     Kim’s Career Accomplishments                                                      Totals           3           238    79.33              77

     Freshman Season (Fall 2009)
       Finished 78th at the Wolf Run Intercollegiate with a total of 238

     High School (Tigard)
       Led Tigard to the state 6A championship as a senior
       Guided the team to a 13-stroke victory in the district tournament as a senior
       Named all-district and all-state in each his last three high school seasons

     Personal
       Majoring in sociology
       Born March 23, 1991
       Son of Sang Kwan and Do Sim Kim
       Has two brothers, Jose and Daniel, and one sister Rebecca




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                                                                                    Plager’s Tournament Results
                                               Henry                                2009-10 (Fall)
                                                                                    Tournament                       Date   Score           Finish
                                               Plager                               Olympia Fields Invitational   9/18-20   84-77-84=245       74

                                               Freshman
                                               Carmel, Ind.
                                               Catherdral                           Plager’s Career Statistics
                                                                                    Season         Rounds         Strokes Average      Low Round
                                                                                    2009-10 (Fall)   3              245    81.67               77
     Plager’s Career Accomplishments                                                Totals           3              245    81.67              77

     Freshman Season (Fall 2009)
       Finished 74th at the Olympia Fields Invitational with a total of 245

     High School (Cathedral)
       Won city championship in both his junior and senior seasons
       Led Cathedral to 2008 state title
       Earned all-state honors as a senior
       Named honorable mention Academic All-State as a senior
       Garnered all-city honors in each of his first two high school seasons

     Personal
       Majoring in economics
       Born April 18, 1991
       Son of David and Martha Plager
       Has a brother, Charlie




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                                                          First-Class Travel
      The Purdue golf team will compete in eight
different states during the 2009-10 season. In
addition, the Boilermakers host a tournament in
Rio Grande, Puerto Rico.
      One of the most prestigious tournaments in
collegiate golf, the Puerto Rico Classic is held at
the Westin Rio Mar Resort and features many of
the top teams in the country.
      When traveling, Purdue goes first class.
The Boilermakers periodically fly to tournaments
aboard one of the university’s planes.




                                                        The Boilermakers fly to tournaments on Purdue University planes.




The Boilermakers depart for tournaments directly from
the Purdue Airport, located on campus.




Purdue planes allow the Boilermakers to visit with
teammates or work on academics.                         The Westin Rio Mar Clubhouse, home of the Puerto Rico Classic.




The Boilermakers stay on the beach while hosting the Puerto Rico Classic each February.

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                                  Birck Boilermaker Golf Complex




              urdue University features two 18-hole
      P       championship golf courses on its West
              Lafayette, Ind., campus. The courses are
     much different in character, but each promises a
     challenging test of golf.
           The Ackerman Hills Course features a
     beautifully contoured layout over hilly, forested
     terrain with greens that are well-protected by trees
     and bunkers. The narrow fairways and numerous          golf facilities in the United States.                  comparable to this course,“ Dye says. “You walk
     obstacles demand accurate shot-making.                       A native of Indianapolis, Ind., Dye took turf    the Kampen Course and you feel like you’re in
           The anchor of the Birck Boilermaker Golf         management classes at Purdue during the 1950s          another world.”
     Complex is the 7,467-yard, par-72 Kampen               and is known as much for his sensitivity to the             The $8 million renovation to the golf complex
     Course. It served as the site of the 2001 NCAA         environment as he is for his imaginative and           included a new clubhouse named in Dye’s honor,
     Women’s Central Regional, 2003 NCAA                    creative course layouts.                               new irrigation system, driving range and the
     Women’s Championship, 2004 NCAA Men’s                        The Birck Boilermaker Golf Complex is            Turfgrass Research and Diagnostic Center. The
     Central Regional and the 2008 NCAA Men’s               situated on the north side of the Purdue campus.       first comprehensive turfgrass research facility
     Championships.                                         It serves not only the Purdue golf teams, but          in the country, the center functions as a living
           Pete Dye, one of the most influential and         also students, faculty, staff and the public. The      laboratory for teaching and research activities
     creative golf course designers in the history of the   complex provides the Purdue men’s and women’s          in a variety of academic disciplines, including
     sport, masterminded the redesign of the Kampen         golf teams with rewarding opportunities to play        agronomy, entomology and forestry.
     Course.                                                and practice on one of the region’s most beautiful          Consistent with Dye’s commitment to
           Anyone who has played Brickyard Crossing,        golf courses.                                          environmentally-sound golf, more than 6,800
     Crooked Stick, PGA West or any of the dozens                 “This is one of the top facilities in college    trees have been planted on the Kampen Course.
     of courses that bear his stamp appreciates the         golf,” says Devon Brouse, who is Purdue’s              Alice’s Oak Forest, named after Dye’s wife,
     special challenges Dye presents to the golfer.         director of golf operations, in addition to coaching   runs from tee to green on the ninth hole, and
     The Kampen Course demands not only skilled             the men’s and women’s teams. “The tradition at         trees have been planted so densely that wildlife
     shot-making, but also an intellectual approach to      Purdue should flourish with the commitment we           eventually will flourish.
     the game. The combination of both courses on           have with these new facilities.”
     campus offers Purdue students one of the finest               “Nothing has ever been built that is


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Kampen Course - No. 1                              Kampen Course - No. 17




Kampen Course - No. 18                             Ackerman Hills - No. 5




Ackerman Hills - No. 12                           Ackerman Hills - No. 18


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                                                           The Kampen Course
     Hole 1, Par 4, 392 Yards
     Tee shot sets up left to right with a large, shallow bun-
     ker covering the right side of the driving area. There
     is a generous collar adjacent to the right side of the
     green.

     Hole 2, Par 3, 185 Yards
     Water runs along the entire right side of the green. An
     errant shot to the left will leave the player a difficult
     pitch from the adjacent bluegrass rough back toward
     the water.

     Hole 3, Par 4, 482 Yards
     A deep bunker runs along the right side of the fairway.
     A player avoiding the bunker that guards the right
     side of the fairway might find a blind shot from the left
     rough. The green opens right to left, and there is an
     ample bailout area to the right of the green.

     Hole 4, Par 5, 534 Yards
     This short par 5 sets up right to left, opposite of hole
     No. 3. The player will have strategic options for the
     second shot—lay up short on the upper plateau, or go        Hole No. 7 has a bunker running down the middle of its fairway.
     for it and favor the left side of the green.
                                                                 Hole 7, Par 4, 365 Yards                                     Hole 9, Par 4, 478 Yards
     Hole 5, Par 3, 230 Yards                                    This short par 4 with two fairways is split by a bunker      This long par 4 has little or no margin for error with
     Due to a highly elevated tee, everything is in front of     running down the middle.                                     waste bunkers on the left and a huge greenside bun-
     you on this long par 3. The view of the bog to the left                                                                  ker as you approach the clubhouse and the turn.
     of the green is magnificent.                                 Hole 8, Par 4, 406 Yards
                                                                 Drive sets up left to right on this short par 4. There is    Hole 10, Par 5, 607 Yards
     Hole 6, Par 5, 600 Yards                                    plenty of room to play, however the tee shot must stay       The back nine opens unmercifully with a very long
     Both the tee shot and the second shot set up left to        left of the massive waste bunker along the right side.       par 5. A waste bunker guards the entire right side of
     right on this long par 5. Stay left throughout this hole.   The green opens right to left.                               the driving area. There is room to the right for your
     The bog runs along the right side.                                                                                       second shot. A bunker and water come into play to
                                                                                                                              the left of the green.




     A par five, No. 6 wraps around a celery bog into a heavily guarded green.                 Hole No. 9 is a par four with trouble along the left side of the fairway and right side of the
                                                                                              green.


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                                                       The Kampen Course




The Kampen Course hosted the 2003 NCAA Women’s Golf Championships and the 2008 NCAA
Men’s Championships.

                                                                                                                       A statue of Emerson Kampen overlooks the tee boxes
Hole 11, Par 4, 483 Yards                                    Hole 14, Par 4, 385 Yards                                 on hole No. 1.
There is a slight margin for error to the right on the tee   This short par 4 plays right to left off the tee, with
shot. The green is one of only a few on this course          plenty of open room to the right. However, water lines
that is guarded by bunkers on both sides.                    the entire hole on the left side. The green opens right   Hole 17, Par 3, 206 Yards
                                                             to left, with the fairway sloping into the green.         This long par 3 has water lurking just to the right of
Hole 12, Par 4, 477 Yards                                                                                              the green, but has a generous landing area left of the
A severe waste bunker lines the right side of this           Hole 15, Par 4, 362 Yards                                 green.
long par 4 with a beautiful view to the southwest. The       This short par 4 presents the golfer with an uphill tee
green sets up right to left.                                 shot. The fairway narrows substantially between the       Hole 18, Par 4, 484 Yards
                                                             waste areas to the left and right. The green opens left   The final hole on the Kampen Course is also the most
Hole 13, Par 3, 183 Yards                                    to right with some room for error to the left.            difficult. This very long par 4 sets up right to left from
The picturesque green on this par 3 is completely                                                                      the tee. There is a large bunker guarding the left side
guarded with water along the entire front and left           Hole 16, Par 5, 608 Yards                                 of the driving area. Hitting the fairway is a must, as
sides.                                                       This extremely long par 5 has a tee shot that sets        the approach shot to this green is by far the most dif-
                                                             up right to left and a second shot that sets up left to   ficult on the course.
                                                             right. The large green is elevated with a deep bunker
                                                             guarding the front.




The par-3 13th has water along the entire front and left side of the green.               No. 14 is a short par 4 with a bog along the left side of the fairway and green.



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                                      Tom Spurgeon Training Center
              n undulating indoor putting
     A        green, a swing-analysis video
              computer system and multiple
     heated hitting bays are just three of
     the features of the $3 million indoor
     golf training center at Purdue’s Birck
     Boilermaker Golf Complex. The center
     was dedicated Oct. 1, 2005.
          The 11,400-square-foot facility
     is named the Tom Spurgeon Golf
     Training Center, after lead donor Tom
     Spurgeon.
          Athletics Director Morgan Burke
     says the indoor training center is the
     “jewel in the crown” of Purdue’s 36-hole
     Birck Boilermaker Golf Complex. The
     Kampen and Ackerman Hills courses
     have undergone more than $12 million
     in improvements since 1996.
          Other areas of the facility include
     team locker rooms, a lounge, coaches’
     offices, a pro shop and a classroom.
     The architectural design is similar to                          “From a technology standpoint, this takes            “We want to seize the momentum of
     the clubhouse and other facilities at the complex.         us right to the forefront of college golf,” Brouse   strong finishes in the recent NCAA national golf
     The center is open to the public when not in use by        said. “We already have outstanding golf courses,     championships and keep attracting the best
     Purdue golf teams.                                         and this facility only complements those.”           student-athletes here,” Brouse said.
          Head men’s and women’s golf coach Devon                    The state-of-the-art computerized video
     Brouse says the facility is a great help in training and   swing analysis lab helps players work on
     teaching.                                                  perfecting their swings.




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Boilermaker Practice Facility
                                     he Boilermaker golf teams practice in a 15-acre complex directly
                            T        adjacent to the Kampen Course.
                                        The practice area features a private driving range, complete with
                           instructional equipment and more than 15,000 square feet of tee areas. The
                           tees are composed of both bluegrass and bentgrass areas and are designed to
                           enable the golfers to practice against any wind direction. The tees were renovated
                           in the fall of 2004.
                                 The tee area faces a range with target greens, giving the golfers a multitude
                           of distances to hone skills with the scoring clubs.
                                 Two greens and four bunkers give the Boilermakers their own area to work
                           on their short game. Wedge shots up to 110 yards can be hit to the chipping
                           green.
                                 “The whole practice complex makes a nice impression on a recruit,” says coach
                           Devon Brouse. “It’s an opportunity, obviously, for our players to get their work done
                           individually, or whatever they need to do. We’ve got lots of short-game practice
                           areas, and we’ve got a great amount of green space. This area, along with the
                           indoor facilities, puts us right up with the very best facilities in the country.”




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This Is Purdue
    The Purdue Bell Tower was constructed in 1995 through a gift from the Class of
    1948. The tower stands 160 feet tall and has a clock on each of the four faces. Behind
    the bell tower sits Elliott Hall of Music, which annually hosts commencement
    ceremonies and has Mamma Mia! and many other performances on tap for 2009-10.
purdue
  university
  LocatIon              West Lafayette, Indiana 47907
  Founded                                          1869
  enroLLment                                     39,697
  acres                 17,794 (14,517 for agriculture)
  BuILdIngs                                         372
  market VaLue oF endowment                 $1.8 billion
  LIVIng aLumnI                    More than 409,500
  PresIdent                        France A. Córdova
  ProVost               William R. “Randy” Woodson
  FacuLty rePresentatIVes               Jeffrey T. Bolin
                                     Christie L. Sahley
  athLetIcs dIrector                  Morgan J. Burke
  nIckname                                Boilermakers
  coLors                          Old Gold and Black
  mascot                          Boilermaker Special
  song                                     Hail Purdue
  natIonaL aFFILIatIon               NCAA Division I
  conFerence                                    Big Ten
 home of the
   boilermakers
Boasting more than 409,500 living alumni, Purdue University
graduates have been to the moon, to the highest levels of business and
government, and to Sweden to receive the Nobel Prize.

The Indiana link in a nationwide chain of 68 land-grant colleges
and universities, Purdue owes its origin to the Morrill Act signed by
Abraham Lincoln in 1862 to promote establishment of schools to teach
agriculture and the “mechanic arts.”

An act of generosity by Lafayette businessman John Purdue secured
the college for Lafayette. Purdue pledged money and land for the
school. In return, the institution was named for him, and he remained
a trustee until his death in 1876.

Classes began in 1874 with a total of 39 students and six faculty
members. Since then, enrollment has grown to over 74,000 on five
campuses and a faculty and staff totaling more than 19,100. A record
40,090 students were enrolled at Purdue’s main campus in West
Lafayette, Ind., in 2008.

Since its inception in 1869, Purdue has attained widespread fame for
the quality of learning, research and engagement in a number of fields.
Building upon historical strengths in engineering and agriculture, the
West Lafayette campus currently offers more than 5,800 courses in more
than 500 undergraduate majors and specializations in the colleges/
schools of Agriculture; Consumer and Family Sciences; Education;
Engineering; Liberal Arts; Management; Pharmacy, Nursing, and
Health Sciences; Science; Technology; and Veterinary Medicine.
Programs of graduate study and research leading to advanced degrees
fall under the jurisdiction of the Graduate School.

Purdue is included on The Princeton Review’s 100 “Best Value Colleges”
list for 2009.

In addition to charting new paths through its instruction, Purdue also
pushes back the frontiers of research, from unraveling the molecular
structure of viruses to designing a self-supporting food system for
space colonies to genetically engineering crops and plants for feeding
an ever-increasing global population.

As one of the 25 largest colleges and universities in the United States,
Purdue leaves its mark on the world – and beyond – on a daily basis.
Long known as the “mother of astronauts,” the University boasts 22
graduates – 20 men and two women – who have been selected to
participate in the NASA space program. From the 1960s to today, from
the Mercury Program to today’s fleet of space shuttles, Purdue alumni
have flown on more than one-third of all manned U.S. space flights. Neil
Armstrong, the first person to walk on the moon, and Gene Cernan,
the last person to leave it, both call Purdue alma mater. In addition to
the astronauts, scores of scientists, engineers and other personnel who
help support the space program have graduated from Purdue. The only
other non-military institution that has more alumni who have become
astronauts is the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

From the steam era to the space age, Purdue has forged a proud
tradition of education, research and service to the state, the United
States and the world – a tradition that gets stronger every day.
                                                         academic
                                                            success
PursuIng academIc achIeVement                                                 chamPs/LIFe skILLs Program
At Purdue, we place value in the intercollegiate athletics experience of      Purdue is committed to providing the support necessary to
our student-athletes. The athletics department supports the educational       make its student-athletes as successful as possible in the five
mission of our institution in its pursuit of academic achievement and         commitment areas listed below. The Purdue CHAMPS/Life Skills
graduation. Through participation in our athletics programs, students         program is designed to help student-athletes realize their full
learn self-discipline, build self-confidence and develop competitive          personal, academic and athletic potential. Our staff is dedicated
skills. Our student-athletes learn practical life lessons such as teamwork,   to providing the resources necessary to help all Purdue student-
sportsmanship, winning and losing, and hard work. Through the Drew            athletes realize their goals.
and Brittany Brees Student-Athlete Academic Center, you will find the         Commitment to Academic Excellence | Commitment to Personal Development
resources necessary to excel as a student, a student-athlete and as a              Commitment to Career Development | Commitment to Service
well-rounded individual.                                                                        Commitment to Athletic Excellence
academIc LearnIng center                                                      LeadershIP deVeLoPment
The facilities in the Drew and Brittany Brees Student-Athlete Academic        The athletics department has made a commitment to developing
Center and the staff in academic support services are available to help       leadership skills throughout a student-athlete’s career, from the
all of our student-athletes reach their academic goals. The Drew and          day she signs a National Letter of Intent through graduation.
Brittany Brees Student-Athlete Academic Center is located on the              Taking the EDPS 490 leadership class and other specific leadership
second floor of the Intercollegiate Athletic Facility and offers a range of   classes, being a part of the Emerging Leader Group and/or the
academic support services for our student-athletes. Services available        Boilermaker Athletic Council, and being integrated into campus
include: monitored study tables; individual and group tutoring;               leadership positions are ways by which student-athletes can engage
74-station computer lab; walk-in tutoring for math, chemistry and             in leadership opportunities.
physics; supplemental instruction; laptop computers for traveling; and
note-takers.
tutorIaL Program
Tutorial Services are offered to all student-athletes free of charge.
Our tutorial staff consists of undergraduate and graduate students,
instructors from campus, professionals from the community and retired
Purdue faculty. Our objective is to cover every academic discipline to
ensure our student-athletes have assistance in all coursework.
academIc mentor Program
The Academic Mentor Program was developed to provide our student-
athletes with even greater support in meeting their individual academic
needs. Every student-athlete presents a different academic need, and
our staff wants to ensure all are receiving the necessary academic
resources to succeed academically at Purdue. Mentors are individually
selected to assist the program and are educated to ensure our mission
of academic integrity.
                            Boilermaker
                              Special




                     &
              spirittradition
From nicknames to mascots to school colors, Purdue boasts a rich and         defeated their eleven. The Crawfordsville papers have not yet
storied athletics tradition. Details on the genesis of Purdue’s history of   gotten over it. The only recourse they have is to claim that we beat
spirit follows.                                                              their ‘scientific’ men by brute force. Our players are characterized
                                                                             as ‘coal heavers,’ ‘boiler makers’ and ‘stevedores,’” wrote a reporter
Boilermakers                                                                 for the Lafayette Sunday Times of Nov. 1, 1891.
The year was 1891, and a little-known school that prided itself on
educating men and women for productive, utilitarian careers was just         The nickname stemmed from the nature of a Purdue education.
beginning to experience success in football. DePauw, Wabash and              As a land-grant institution, the college since its founding in 1869
Butler were the football powers of Indiana in those days. Purdue was         had schooled the sons and daughters of the working class for work
late to the game, fielding its first team in 1887 and losing its only game   that was considered beneath the high-born who attended liberal
to Butler 48 to 6.                                                           arts colleges such as Wabash.

By 1891, Purdue had hired two coaches from eastern power Princeton           That same fall of 1891, Purdue had acquired a working railroad
and was on the verge of an era of total domination of opponents. In          engine to mount in a newly established locomotive laboratory. It
the 1891 season opener, Purdue traveled to Wabash College in nearby          was one more step in the development of Purdue as one of the
Crawfordsville. Besides coming away with a 44-0 victory, the Purdue          world’s leaders in engineering teaching and research. For athletic
“eleven,” as football teams were known back then, headed back to West        adversaries and their boosters, this specialty in engineering
Lafayette with a new nickname.                                               education — and the other concentration at the founding of the
                                                                             institution, agriculture — served as fodder for name-calling.
In the 1890s, hometown newspapers were considerably more protective
of college teams than they are today. After the 44-0 drubbing, one           Over the years, Purdue teams had been called grangers, pumpkin-
Crawfordsville newspaper lashed out at the “Herculean wearers of the         shuckers, railsplitters, cornfield sailors, blacksmiths, foundry
black and old gold.” Beneath the headline “Slaughter of Innocents,”          hands and, finally, boilermakers. That last one stuck.
the paper told of the injustice visited upon the “light though plucky”
Wabash squad.                                                                old Gold and Black
                                                                             Members of Purdue’s first football team in 1887 felt that the squad
“Wabash Snowed Completely Under by the Burly Boiler Makers From              should be distinguished by certain colors, and since Princeton
Purdue” proclaimed another headline on the same story in the Daily           was at the time the most successful gridiron unit, its colors were
Argus-News.                                                                  considered. Though actually orange and black, the Princeton
                                                                             colors were known by many as yellow and black. Purdue gridders
By the next week, the Lafayette papers were returning the taunts: “As        opted for old gold over yellow, kept the black, and began flying the
everyone knows, Purdue went down to Wabash last Saturday and                 colors that endure today.
              X-tra Special




Purdue Pete
          distinguished
                 alumni
Long known as the “mother of astronauts” and a world leader          accomPLIshed aLumnI
in engineering, science and agricultural education and research,     - Humorist and playwright george ade.
Purdue University also sends its sons and daughters to make a
difference around the world and at home in business, government      - ted aLLen, host of Food Detectives on Food Network and the food
                                                                       and wine specialist on the Emmy-winning Bravo series Queer Eye.
and even entertainment.
                                                                     - Astronauts neIL armstrong and eugene cernan, the first
Of the more than 409,500 living Purdue alumni, 44 percent reside       to walk on the moon and the last to leave it.
in Indiana. More than 19,000 call California home, and more than
                                                                     - Former U.S. Sen. BIrch Bayh, father of former Indiana governor
12,000 reside in Texas; the Hawaiian Islands are home to 747,
                                                                       and current U.S. Sen. eVan Bayh.
while 363 live in Alaska.
                                                                     - Tellabs chairman and Purdue trustee mIchaeL BIrck.
Purdue graduates are pioneers and achievers in occupations as
diverse as being elected to the Australian Parliament, serving       - Beth Brooke, Global Vice Chairman, Ernst & Young.
as director of the National Science Foundation and heading up        - Hall of Fame quarterbacks Len dawson and BoB grIese.
Disney Studios. Others have become underwater explorers,             - Pam BIggs FaerBer, founder of national support group for
traveled the country and world as relief workers with American         survivors of ovarian cancer.
Red Cross, founded support groups for cancer survivors and
                                                                     - BrIan LamB, founder and chairman of C-SPAN.
operated the largest duckling farm in the United States.
                                                                     - marge magner, chairman and chief executive officer of
Nearly two-dozen members of the astronaut corps studied at             Citigroup’s Global Consumer Group.
Purdue. Notable among them are Neil Armstrong, Class of 1955,
                                                                     - eLwood mead, who oversaw the construction of the Hoover Dam.
and Eugene Cernan, Class of 1956. Armstrong made history in
1969 as the first man to land a craft and step on the moon; Cernan   - Purdue University is the only institution with two winners of the
was the last to leave it in 1972.                                      prestigious World Food Prize – dr. PhILIP e. neLson for his
                                                                       contributions to food processing and preservation and dr. geBIsa
                                                                       ejeta for his contributions to increasing the production and
                                                                       availability of sorghum in Africa.
  neil armstrong                                                     - george PePPard, actor best known for his role as John “Hannibal”
                                                                       Smith on The A-Team.
                                                                     - juLIan PhILLIPs, anchor of Fox & Friends Weekend on Fox News
                                                                       Channel.
                                                                     - The late popcorn king orVILLe redenBacher.
                                                                     - ruth sIems, home economist with General Foods and inventor of
                                                                       Stovestop Stuffing.
                                                                     - FaIth smIth, president of the only university to be founded and
                                                                       operated by American Indians.
                                                                     - cLIFF turPIn, who helped Orville and Wilbur Wright build and
                                                                       test their first flying machine in 1903.
                                                                     - Hall of Fame basketball coach and All-American john wooden.



               Brian Lamb                                               john wooden




                                                  Beth Brooke
       TM
                                   john purdue
                                            club
Since its inception in 1959, the John Purdue Club has been the            to lead the way as those who have chosen to make a lasting impact
home for Purdue’s most loyal and devoted fans. Today, the Club is         in perpetuity by fully endowing a scholarship.
still true to the ideal first envisioned by Fred Hovde and Guy “Red”      Today, Purdue’s Groben Society boasts 92 endowed scholarships.
Mackey: a group of fans who share a passion for the Old Gold and          Five of those are designated for women’s basketball and four more
Black and a commitment to providing a Purdue education for                rotate between women’s basketball and other sports.
student-athletes.
                                                                          The newest faction of the John Purdue Club is the Varsity P Club.
Because the Division of Intercollegiate Athletics receives no funding     Membership is available to anyone that lettered in a varsity sport
from the state or University budgets, the success of the John Purdue      at Purdue. It allows Purdue’s letterwinners the opportunity to re-
Club is critical to the overall mission of the department. Each           connect with the elite group of people that have a shared student-
year, more than 9,000 Club members generate nearly $6 million             athlete experience.
to underwrite the scholarship and academic support costs for
student-athletes at Purdue.                                               The goal of the Varsity P Club is to pull together a community
                                                                          of Boilermaker letter-winners. Through events, newsletters and
John Purdue Club members provide the foundation for success — in          the website, members will find opportunities to share memories,
the classroom, on the playing fields, and in life after graduation. And   communicate news of their life and family and keep up with the
Club members provide that foundation for Boilermaker Athletics            happenings of those who played beside them at Purdue.
by demonstrating through their generosity that cheers alone will
not support Purdue’s student-athletes.                                    For more information on the John Purdue Club call 800-213-2239.
Although all 9,000 John Purdue Club members are essential to
Purdue Intercollegiate Athletics, Life Champion members continue
                 lafayette-lafayette
                      west
West Lafayette, the location of Purdue University’s main campus, is       also are plenty of things to do. The area serves as host to numerous
the twin city of Lafayette, the county seat of Tippecanoe County. On      community events throughout the year, including the Taste of
the banks of the Wabash River, surrounded by rich, green farmlands,       Tippecanoe, ’Round the Fountain Art Fair, Dancing in the Streets,
the cities are located 60 miles northwest of Indianapolis and 120 miles   Global Fest, Feast of the Hunters’ Moon, Christmas Parade, Gus
southeast of Chicago.                                                     Macker 3-on-3 Basketball Tournament, Colt World Series and
With a population of more than 160,000, Tippecanoe County is one          Trails of Tippecanoe Bike Tour.
of the largest communities in northwestern Indiana, accessible from       West Lafayette has experienced a recent renaissance of sorts in
Interstate 65; U.S. Highways 52 and 231; and State Roads 25, 26, 38 and   an area called “the levee,” located just across the John T. Myers
43. Major bus lines and Amtrak trains stop daily. The Purdue Airport      Pedestrian Bridge from Riehle Plaza and downtown Lafayette.
opened in 1930 as the first university-owned airport in the nation.       More than $100 million worth of construction has gone into
Lafayette-West Lafayette is a regional hub for restaurants, shops,        developing Wabash Landing. The result is numerous restaurants,
museums and entertainment. The community offers three movie               shops and apartments that have made the location a focal point for
theaters with 25 screens, daily and weekly newspapers, 13 radio           locals and students alike.
stations, a television station and cable system, 150 churches of all      A diverse mixture of night spots, shopping centers, art museums
major denominations, an art museum, a historical museum, 2,100            and restaurants give Lafayette-West Lafayette a distinct and
acres of public parks and more than 30 miles of trails.                   unique flavor. Boasting the convenience of a modern city and
Nearby points of historic and scenic interest include Fort Ouiatenon,     friendly “down-home” residents, Lafayette-West Lafayette is one
a fur-trading post established in 1717 listed on the National Register    of America’s most-livable communities.
of Historic Places; Battle Ground, where William Henry Harrison                                         Indianapolis, Ind. | 60 miles
fought the Battle of Tippecanoe; and the Museum at Prophetstown and                                     Fort Wayne, Ind. | 114 miles
Prophetstown State Park, dedicated to the preservation of Woodland                                        Chicago, Ill. | 120 miles
                                                                                    midwestern cities
                                                                                    west Lafayette to




Native American agricultural and environmental heritage.                                                 Louisville, Ky. | 175 miles
                                                                                     distance From




Lafayette also is home to the Long Center for the Performing Arts,                                      Cincinnati, Ohio | 181 miles
                                                                                                        Milwaukee, Wis. | 199 miles
Clegg Botanical Garden and Columbian Park Zoo. Located on the
                                                                                                        Columbus, Ohio | 236 miles
eastern side of the Wabash River, Lafayette shares the 13-mile long
                                                                                                         St. Louis, Mo. | 265 miles
Wabash Heritage Trail with West Lafayette. Nearby Battle Ground,                                        Davenport, Iowa | 267 miles
located northwest of West Lafayette, boasts Wolf Park, where people                                      Madison, Wis. | 273 miles
can see live wolves, coyotes and foxes in their natural habitat.                                         Detroit, Mich. | 330 miles
Not only are there places to go in Lafayette-West Lafayette, but there                                  Cleveland, Ohio | 337 miles
           indiana
the crossroads of america
Indiana, “The Crossroads of America,” has something for everyone.
Whether you are in search of work, recreation or relaxation, the
Hoosier State most likely will satisfy your needs.
Located in the heart of the Midwest, Indiana is welcoming to a
variety of people because of its rich history, cultural opportunities
and fertile landscape, not to mention its place as one of the major
sports metropolises and industrial centers in the nation and world.
In the northwest corner of the state, one can traverse Indiana’s
41-mile Lake Michigan waterfront. This area, which boasts the
Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore, is good for work and play.
It is home to industries that turn out iron, steel, oil, automobile
parts and accessories, truck and bus bodies, aircraft engines and
pharmaceuticals. Indiana gives to the world from factory to field.
The state is a leader in agriculture, with corn as its main crop.
Beneath much of Indiana’s rich soil is limestone. A large amount of
the building limestone used in the U.S. is quarried in Indiana.
Those looking for a little adventure in Indiana can access more than
1.1 million acres of land available for outdoor recreation. Some of
that land can be found in southern Indiana, where Wyandotte Cave,
one of the largest caverns in the U.S., is located.
One can work and play in Indiana. But when it comes to sports
spectating, Indiana is second to none. Everything starts in
Indianapolis, home of the NFL Colts, NBA Pacers and WNBA
Fever. The Indians, a Triple-A baseball team, play at Victory Field,
while Indianapolis also is home to the Indiana Ice hockey team.
During the summer, the city plays host to the Indianapolis Tennis
Championships, a precursor to the U.S. Open. The summer starts
with the Indianapolis 500, followed by the U.S. Grand Prix Formula
One and draws to a close with the Brickyard 400, car races run at the
Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
Indianapolis has hosted one women’s basketball and five men’s
basketball NCAA Final Fours. The men’s finals return in 2010 and
the women in 2011. Additionally the city has conducted at least one
Olympic Trials each year since 1984, including those for swimming
and diving, synchronized swimming, track and field and wrestling.
Lucas Oil Stadium, the new home of the Colts, will be the site of
Super Bowl XLVI in 2012.
Whatever your pleasure is, you are sure to find it somewhere in the
state of Indiana.

                  -19th state, granted statehood on Dec. 11, 1816
    QucIk Facts




                  -Indiana means “the land of the Indians”
                  -State motto is “The Crossroads of America”
                  -State capital is Indianapolis
                  -Indiana has 35,867 square miles of land
                  -Indiana has 92 counties
                  -Estimated state population in 2005 was 6,271,973
                  -51 percent of state population is female
                  -Median age is 35.2
                  -Five largest cities are Indianapolis, Fort Wayne,
                   Evansville, South Bend and Gary
                                          Big Ten Awards And Honors



     Rick Dalpos   Eric Dutt                         Shiv Kapur                         Guy Wuollet                     Jay Smith                          Lenny Hartlage                       Lee Williamson

                   All-Big Ten Selections                               (Officially Started in 1968)                     Les Bolstad Award (Low season strokes average)
                   Year                                                                                Individual       Year                                                                             Individual
                   1969................................................................................. Don Klenk      2002..........................................................................Lee Williamson
                   1969............................................................................... Jeff Radder      2007............................................................ Pariya Junhasavasdikul
                   1970................................................................................. Fred Clark
                   1970.................................................................................. Bill Hoffer   Big Ten Freshman of the Year
     Gary Gant     1971.................................................................................. Bill Hoffer   Year                                                                             Individual
                   1971...............................................................................Don Denger        2000............................................................................Chris Mayson
                   1972................................................................................. Gary Gant
                   1981...............................................................................Rick Dalpos       Big Ten Player of the Year
                   1981.................................................................................... Eric Dutt   Year                                                                             Individual
                   1981............................................................................ Mike Granger        2002..........................................................................Lee Williamson
                   1981.............................................................................. Guy Wuollet
                   1983.................................................................................. Jay Smith     Big Ten Conference Team Championships
     Don Denger    1984..........................................................................Lenny Hartlage         School                                                                     Championships
                   1985..........................................................................Lenny Hartlage         Ohio State ....................................................................................23
                   1986..........................................................................Lenny Hartlage         Purdue .....................................................................12
                   1987..........................................................................Lenny Hartlage         Michigan ......................................................................................12
                   2000............................................................................Chris Mayson         Illinois .............................................................................................8
                   2000..........................................................................Lee Williamson         Indiana ...........................................................................................8
                   2001..........................................................................Lee Williamson         Northwestern .................................................................................8
                   2002..........................................................................Lee Williamson         Minnesota ......................................................................................7
     Bill Hofer    2003..........................................................Peter Karmis (2nd Team)                Chicago .........................................................................................3
                   2004................................................................................ Shiv Kapur      Wisconsin ......................................................................................3
                   2004...................................................Peter Richardson (2nd Team)                   Michigan State ...............................................................................3
                   2005.........................................Pariya Junhasavasdikul (2nd Team)                       Iowa ...............................................................................................1
                                                                                                                        Penn State .....................................................................................0
                   2005...................................................Peter Richardson (2nd Team)
                   2006............................................................ Pariya Junhasavasdikul
                   2006...................................................Peter Richardson (2nd Team)                   Big Ten Conference Individual Championships
                   2007............................................................ Pariya Junhasavasdikul              School                                                                     Championships
                   2007...................................................Peter Richardson (2nd Team)                   Ohio State.....................................................................................18
     Fred Clark                                                                                                         Michigan ......................................................................................15
                                                                                                                        Purdue .....................................................................14
                   Big Ten Individual Champions                                                                         Illinois............................................................................................12
                   Year                                                                                Individual       Northwestern ............................................................................... 11
                   1928............................................................................ John Lehman         Minnesota ......................................................................................8
                   1948........................................................................... Fred Wampler         Indiana ...........................................................................................7
                   1949........................................................................... Fred Wampler         Chicago .........................................................................................4
                   1950........................................................................... Fred Wampler         Wisconsin ......................................................................................4
                   1951.............................................................................Gene Coulter        Iowa ................................................................................................2
                   1953................................................................................. Don Albert     Michigan State ...............................................................................1
                   1954............................................................................. Bob Benning        Penn State .....................................................................................0
                   1956............................................................................Joe Campbell
                   1957............................................................................Joe Campbell
                   1958............................................................................. John Konsek        Purdue Big Ten Team Championships
                   1959............................................................................. John Konsek                     1950                              1953                             1955
                   1960............................................................................. John Konsek                     1956                              1958                             1959
                   1967.......................................................................... Steve Mayhew                       1960                              1964                             1965
                   2007............................................................ Pariya Junhasavasdikul                           1967                              1971                             1981



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                                                          National Awards And Honors



 John Konsek                        Gene Francis                       Jerry Jackson                   Terry Winter                       Bob Zender                         Rick Radder                   Steve Mayhew



NCAA Team Championships Appearances                                                                   First Team All-America Selections
Year                                   Score                                              Place       Year                                                                                Individual
1947.................................. 634 ..................................................T-14     1958............................................................................. John Konsek
1949.................................. 600 ....................................................T-2    1959............................................................................. John Konsek
1950.................................. 577 .......................................................2   1960............................................................................. John Konsek
1951.................................. 611 .......................................................5   1962............................................................................Jerry Jackson        Jim Duffy
1952.................................. 598 ....................................................T-3    1964...............................................................................Terry Winter
1953.................................. 594 .......................................................9   1971.................................................................................. Bill Hoffer
1954.................................. 599 .....................................................10    2002..........................................................................Lee Williamson
1955.................................. 599 ....................................................T-9
1956.................................. 602 ....................................................T-2    Second Team All-America Selections
1957.................................. 619 ..................................................... 11
                                                                                                      Year                                                                                Individual
1958.................................. 602 ..................................................T-10
                                                                                                      1959............................................................................ Gene Francis
1959.................................. 571 .......................................................2
                                                                                                      1965............................................................................... Bob Zender       Tom Fox
1960.................................. 607 ....................................................T-2
                                                                                                      1967.......................................................................... Steve Mayhew
1961.................................. 584 .......................................................1
                                                                                                      1969............................................................................... Jeff Radder
1962.................................. 611 .......................................................6
                                                                                                      1970................................................................................. Fred Clark
1963.................................. 600 ..................................................T-11
1964.................................. 624 .....................................................22
1965.................................. 594 ....................................................T-4    Third Team All-America Selections
1966.................................. 618 ..................................................T-18     Year                                                                                Individual
1967.................................. 596 .......................................................4   1958............................................................................ Gene Francis
1969.................................. 632 ...............................................T-17th      1960............................................................................ Gene Francis        Jeff Radder
1970.................................. 1202 ...................................................10     1963...............................................................................Terry Winter
1971.................................. 587 .................................................22nd      1981...............................................................................Rick Dalpos
1981.................................. 902 ...............................................T-25th
2001.................................. 602 ..................................................28th     All-America Honorable Mention Selections
2002.................................. 1145 .....................................................7    Year                                                                                Individual
2004.................................. 871 ..................................................T-16     1961..............................................................................Mark Darnell
2005.................................. 893 ...............................................T-23rd      1961............................................................................Jerry Jackson
                                                                                                      1966.............................................................................. Rick Radder
NCAA Individual Champions                                                                             1967...................................................................................Jim Duffy
Year                                                                              Individual          1968................................................................................. Don Klenk
1950........................................................................... Fred Wampler          1970............................................................................... Jeff Radder
1954................................................................ Don Albert (medalist)            1974.................................................................................... Tom Fox
1955............................................................................Joe Campbell          1984..........................................................................Lenny Hartlage
1960............................................................Gene Francis (medalist)               2001..........................................................................Lee Williamson
                                                                                                      2002................................................................................ Shiv Kapur
                                                                                                      2004................................................................................ Shiv Kapur
Purdue Intercollegiate Hall of Fame Inductees
Year of Induction                                                             Individual
1995..................................................................Sam Voinoff (coach)
1997.............................................................. Fred Wampler (player)
2001.................................................Joe Campbell (player & coach)
2007....................................................................Don Albert (player)




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                                                      Championships Teams




                        1950 Big Ten Champions                                                               1956 Big Ten Champions
              (Left to right) Gene Coulter, Loomis Heston, Dwight Marsee,                  (Left to right) Front: Sam Voinoff, Joe Campbell, Art Lemmon, Bill Redding
              Fred Wampler, Dave Laflin, Norm Dunlap, Robert Buchanan                          Back: Wayne Etherton, Eddie McCallum, Tom Shaffer, Don Granger




                        1953 Big Ten Champions                                                               1958 Big Ten Champions
      (Left to right) Front: Sam Voinoff, Don Albert, Robert Krueger, Charles Houff,   (Left to right) Front: Ted Boots, Harley Drake, Gene Francis, John Konsek, Walter
     Ronald Pierce, Back: Richard Norton, Charles Bear, John Dykstra, Robert Benning                                          Samuels
                                                                                                   Back: Sam Voinoff, Bob Black, Carl Mitchell, Pete Beardsley




                        1955 Big Ten Champions                                                               1959 Big Ten Champions
              (Left to right) Front: Joe Campbell, Don Albert, Bill Redding             (Left to right) Front: Ted Boots, Carl Mitchell, Bob Black, Gene Francis, John Konsek,
            Back: Sam Voinoff, Wayne Etherton, Tom Schafer, Don Granger                Back: Sam Voinoff, John Rolston, Frank Siepker, Joe Stewart, Tom Brown, Pete Beardsley,
                                                                                                                              Ron Hronchek



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                      1960 Big Ten Champions                                                                 1967 Big Ten Champions
   (Left to right) Front: Walter Samuels, Bob Black, John Konsek, Gene Francis            (Left to right) Front: Sam Voinoff, John Robson, Brent Hartman, Steve Mayhew, Pat
   Back: Sam Voinoff, Tom Brown, Ron Hronchek, Jerry Jackson, Mark Darnell               Welch, Mike Lampsa Back: Dave Schumaker, Don Klenk, Jim Duffy, Jeff Wohlford, Bill
                                                                                                                                  Russell




                      1964 Big Ten Champions                                                                 1971 Big Ten Champions
       (Left to right) Front: John Ryan, Steve Sundstom, Mike Martin, Mike Gery                            (Left to right) Front: Jeff Radder, Fred Clark
 Back: Sam Voinoff, Bob O’Block, Jeff Radder, Chuck Hellman, Bob Zender, Terry                Back: Sam Voinoff, Gary Gant, Don Denger, Ross Biddinger, Bill Hoffer
                                          Winter




                      1965 Big Ten Champions                                                                 1981 Big Ten Champions
(Left to right) Front: Richard Bullock, Stephen Mayhew, Robert Zender, Terry Winter       (Left to right) Front: Joe Campbell, Jay Miller, Mark Dutt, Larry Gosewehr, Mike
Back: Sam Voinoff, Jim Duffy, Richard Radder, David Schumaker, Mark Shaw, Michael Gery              Granger Back: Eric Dutt, Jay Smith, Rick Dalpos, Guy Wuollet




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                                                      1961 National Champions
               he 1961 men’s golf season was supposed              State was the only university to match Purdue’s feat
      T        to be a year of rebuilding for Purdue.
               The Boilermakers were a team of all
                                                                   of two men under par. With the steady play of Steve
                                                                   Wilkinson and James Farlander, the Boilermakers
                                                                                                                                  1961 NCAA Championships
                                                                                                                                  Team Results
     underclassmen, having lost nine letter-winners in             finished day one at the top of the leaderboard with a
     the previous two years. Gone from those teams                 five-stroke advantage over Oklahoma State.                      Finish       Team                  Total Score
     were veterans Gene Francis and John Konsek, who                       By the start of the second day, Houston—down           1            Purdue                        584
     propelled the Boilermakers to three-consecutive               eight strokes to the Boilermakers—was still thought            2            Arizona State                 595
     Big Ten titles and runner-up showings at the NCAA             by many to be the best team on the course, managing            3            Southern California           596
     championships in both 1959 and 1960.                          national titles by only a single stroke in both 1956 and       4            Oklahoma State                597
             After posting a regular-season mark of 24-7,          1957.                                                          5            Texas A&M                     602
     the 1961 Boilermakers took fourth-place honors                        Darnell led the way into day two but slipped           6            Michigan State                603
     at the Big Ten Championships. Competition at the              just slightly and posted a 73 to give him 141 for the          7            Arizona                       604
     1961 collegiate championship came next, hosted by             championship. That was not quite good enough, with             T8           North Texas State             604
     Purdue on its North and South courses.                        the more consistent Jack Nicklaus shooting a 70-               T8           Minnesota                     607
             Purdue was never favored to do much at                70—140, and forcing Darnell to take a one-stroke               10           Georgia                       609
     nationals. Many considered Houston the heavy                  loss as well as runner-up honors for low individual            T11          Duke                          610
     favorite, winning five-straight crowns from 1955 to            scorer.                                                        T11          Houston                       610
     1960 and being led by two-time individual champion                    As the end of the final day neared, Arizona             T11          Ohio State                    610
     Richard Crawford.                                             State and Southern California charged up the ranks             14           Notre Dame                    611
             On the first day of competition, Purdue came           as the rest of the frontrunners fell back. Still, Purdue       15           Florida                       615
     out of the gate strong. Boilermaker Mark Darnell              finished steady with rounds of 288 and 295. Heavily             T16          Northwestern                  617
     paved the way on the South Course by posting back-            favored Houston collapsed, and the five-time national           T16          Stanford                      617
     to-back 34’s for a first round 68. He led Ohio State’s         champs finished 26 strokes behind Purdue.                       18           Ohio                          623
     Jack Nicklaus by a stroke.                                            The Boilermakers held off the last of the late         19           Ball State                    628
             The conditions were not ideal, with rain in the       surges as Jackson finished in the top 10, and both              20           Texas                         630
     forecast and winds gusting upwards of 26 miles per            Wilkinson and Farlander matched their day one efforts
     hour, making the flatter North Course much more                to secure the victory. The title, only the sixth for a Big     First Round Purdue Results
     difficult. Only 15 golfers shot par or better, including two   Ten team, was the first NCAA national championship
     Boilermakers, Mark Darnell and Jerry Jackson. Ohio            for Purdue in any sport.                                       Individual                               Score
                                                                                                                                  Mark Darnell                          34-34—68
                                                                                                                                  Jerry Jackson                         34-38—72
                                                                                                                                  Steve Wilkinson                       38-36—74
                                                                                                                                  James Farlander                       38-37—75
                                                                                                                                  Will Templin                          42-36—78

                                                                                                                                  Second Round Purdue Results

                                                                                                                                  Individual     Score                     Finish
                                                                                                                                  Darnell        68-73—141                     2nd
                                                                                                                                  Jackson        72-73—145                    T 9th
                                                                                                                                  Wilkinson      74-74—148                  T 24th
                                                                                                                                  Farlander      75-75—150                  T 37th
                                                                                                                                  Templin        78-73—151                  T 44th




                                                                                                                                A wall hanging honoring the 1961 Purdue men’s golf
                                                                                                                                team adorns a wall at the Spurgeon Training Center.
     The 1961 Boilermakers: (back row, left to right) Coach Sam Voinoff, Joe Klein, Joe Kack, Steve
     Wilkinson, Mark Darnell (front row, left to right) Bill Templin, Keith Stevens, Jim Farlander, Don
     Straszheim, Jerry Jackson

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                                     Team Championships
1927                        1971                             Badger Invitational                             1995
Indiana Intercollegiate     Illini Invitational              Big Ten Championships                           WKU/Summit Classic
                            Northern Invitational                                                            Colonial Golf Classic
1932                        Indiana Invitational             1982                                            Sultan’s Run Intercollegiate
Indiana Intercollegiate     Purdue Invitational              Notre Dame Invitational
                            Big Ten Championships                                                            1999
1941                                                         1983                                            Adams Cup
Indiana Intercollegiate     1974                             Illini Invitational                             Cobra Collegiate
                            Miami (Ohio) Invitational        Purdue Invitational
1949                                                                                                         2001
Quad Intercollegiate        1975                             1984                                            Northern Intercollegiate
Indiana Intercollegiate     Indianapolis Invitational        Indiana State Invitational                      Dr. Pepper Intercollegiate
                                                             Purdue Invitational                             NCAA Regional
1950                        1976
Big Ten Championships       Indiana State Invitational       1985                                            2002
                            Xavier (Ohio) Invitational       Indiana State Invitational                      Johnny Owens Invitational
1953                                                         Purdue Invitational                             NCAA Regional
Big Ten Championships       1977                             Indiana Invitational
                            Indianapolis Invitational                                                        2004
1955                                                         1986                                            Boilermaker Invitational
Big Ten Championships       1978                             Purdue Invitational
                            Indianapolis Invitational                                                        2005
1956                                                         1989                                            Radrick Farms Intercollegiate
Big Ten Championships       1980                             Purdue Invitational
                            Indiana State Invitational                                                       2007
1958                        Evansville Invitational          1992                                            Western Intercollegiate
Big Ten Championships       Indianapolis Invitational        Indiana Intercollegiate
                            Illini Invitational                                                              2008
1959                                                         1994                                            Rutherford Intercollegiate
Big Ten Championships       1981                             Purdue Invitational
                            Notre Dame Invitational          Butler Invitational
1960                        Indiana State Invitational
Big Ten Championships
                             By Tournament (since 1927)
1961                         Adams Cup                                                                                                         1999
Indiana Intercollegiate      Badger Invitational                                                                                               1981
NCAA Championships           Big Ten Championships                                        1950, ’53, ’55, ’56, ’58, ’59, ’60, ’64, ’65, ’67, ’71, ‘81
                             Boilermaker Invitational                                                                                          2004
1962                         Butler Invitational                                                                                               1994
OSU Invitational             Cobra Collegiate                                                                                                  1999
                             Colonial Golf Classic                                                                                             1995
1963                         Dr. Pepper Intercollegiate                                                                                        2001
Purdue Invitational          Evansville Invitational                                                                                           1980
Indiana Intercollegiate      Illini Invitational                                                                                1969, ’71, ’80, ‘83
                             Indiana Intercollegiate                                                        1927, ’32, ’41, ’49, ’61, ’64, ’65, ‘92
Big Ten Championships
                             Indiana Invitational                                                                                         1971, ‘85
                             Indiana State Invitational                                                                    1976, ’80, ’81, ’84, ‘85
1965                         Indianapolis Invitational                                                                          1975, ’77, ’78, ‘80
Northern Invitational        Johnny Owens Invitational                                                                                         2002
Indiana Intercollegiate      Miami (Ohio) Invitational                                                                                    1970, ‘74
Big Ten Championships        NCAA Championships                                                                                                1961
                             NCAA Regional                                                                                                2001, ‘02
1966                         Northern Intercollegiate                                                                                          2001
Purdue Invitational          Northern Invitational                                                                                   1965, ’67, ‘71
                             Notre Dame Invitational                                                                                      1981, ‘82
1967                         OSU Invitational                                                                                                  1962
Northern Invitational        Purdue Invitational                                                       1963, ’66, ’71, ’83, ’84, ’85, ’86, ’89, ‘94
Big Ten Championships        Quad Intercollegiate                                                                                              1949
                             Radrick Farms Intercollegiate                                                                                     2005
1969                         Rutherford Intercollegiate                                                                                        2008
Illini Invitational          Sultan’s Run Intercollegiate                                                                                      1995
                             Western Intercollegiate                                                                                           2007
1970                         WKU/Summit Classic                                                                                                1995
Miami (Ohio) Invitational    Xavier (Ohio) Invitational                                                                                        1976


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                                                           Individual Records
     Lowest Round                                                                      Low 54-Hole Tournament
     Score   Individual                                                      Date      Score             Individual                                           Date
     63      Peter Richardson, Aloha Purdue Invitational                  11/22/06     66-68-71=205      Peter Richardson, Jerry Pate National Int.      10/9-10/06
     63      Johan Edin, Boilermaker Invitational                          4/17/05     67-68-71=206      Peter Richardson, Windon Memorial                10/6-7/03
     63      Fred Wampler vs. Illinois                                     4/27/49     67-75-65=207      David Gersztein, Boilermaker Invite           4/19-20/08
     65      David Gerzstein, Boilermaker Invitational                    4/20/08      70-74-63=207      Johan Edin, Boilermaker Invitational            4/16-17/05
     65      Chris Mayson, NCAA Regional                                   5/17/02     71-68-68=207      Bobby Bennett, Alister MacKenzie              10/11-12/04
     65      Lee Williamson, First Energy                                  4/23/00     63-71-74=208      Peter Richardson, Aloha Purdue Invitational 11/22-23/06
     65      Brad Chesterman, Indiana Intercollegiate                      9/15/91     72-68-68=208      Pariya Junhasavasdikal, Jerry Pate National Int.10/9-10/06
     65      John Konsek vs. Kentucky                                      4/20/60     71-67-70=208      Lee Williamson, Badger Invitational                9/8-9/01
     65      Gene Coulter vs. Iowa                                         5/12/51     70-69-70=209      P. Junhasavasdikal, Alister MacKenzie Inv.    10/10-11/05
     66      Pariya Junhasavasdikul, Western Intercollegiate               3/20/07     67-71-71=209      Peter Richardson, Alister MacKenzie           10/13-14/03
     66      Pariya Junhasavasdikul, Western Intercollegiate               3/19/07     70-67-72=209      Lee Williamson, NCAA Regional                   5/16-18/02
     66      Pariya Junhasavasdikal, Aloha Purdue Invitational            11/22/06     72-69-68=209      John Bachman, Purdue Invitational               9/18-19/93
     66      Peter Richardson, Jerry Pate National Intercollegiate         10/9/06     72-70-67=209      Brad Chesterman, Purdue Invitational            9/18-19/93
     66      Pariya Junhasavasdikal, Big Ten Championships                 4/28/06     73-66-71=210      Pariya Junhasavasdikal, Aloha Purdue Inv. 11/22-23/06
     66      Peter Karmis, Furman Intercollegiate                          3/22/03     67-74-69=210      Lee Williamson, Conrad Rehling Invitational 3/15-17/02
     66      Lee Williamson, Puerto Rico Classic                           2/25/02     66-72-72=210      Lee Williamson, The Nelson                      9/26-28/01
     66      Peter Karmis, The Gator                                       2/10/02     70-68-73=211      Nakarintra Ratanakul, Rutherford Int. 8/31-9/2/08
     66      Lee Williamson, The Gator                                     2/10/02     71-71-69=211      Pariya Junhasavasdikul, Landfall Tradition    10/29-31/04
     66      Lee Williamson, The Nelson                                   10/26/02     73-65-73=211      Chris Mayson, NCAA Regional                     5/16-18/02
     66      Ryan Miller, Missouri Bluffs Intercollegiate                 10/11/98     72-68-71=211      Chris Mayson, Gator Invitational                 2/9-10/02
     66      Harley Drake vs. Tennessee                                    4/20/57     73-70-68=211      Rob Johnson, UK/J. Owens Invitational           3/29-30/96
     66      Eric Dutt, Indianapolis Intercollegiate                       4/10/78     70-68-74=212      Peter Richardson, Windon Memorial Classic        10/4-5/04
     66      Bob Benning vs. Western Kentucky                               4/7/53     71-69-72=212      Shiv Kapur, Boilermaker Invitational            4/10-11/04
     66      John David, Indiana State Intercollegiate                     5/27/39     75-67-70=212      Shiv Kapur, Johnny Owens Invitational           3/29-30/02
                                                                                       73-71-68=212      Shiv Kapur, Gator Invitational                   2/9-10/02
     Low 36-Hole Tournament                                                            73-68-71=212      Peter Karmis, The Nelson                        9/26-28/01
     Score        Individual                                                   Date    71-72-69=212      Lee Williamson, Cobra Collegiate                4/24-25/99
     70-66=136    Eric Dutt, Indianapolis Intercollegiate                    4/10/78   69-74-69=212      Ryan Cate, Cobra Collegiate                     4/24-25/99
     69-67=136    Don Albert, NCAA Championships                          6/20-26/54
     71-67=138    Terry Winter vs. Ball State, Indiana and Notre Dame         5/4/64
     68-70=138    Rick Radder vs. Ball State, Indiana and Notre Dame          5/4/64   Low 72-Hole Tournament
     71-68=139    Lee Williamson, Kepler Cleveland Intercollegiate       5/12-13/02    Score             Individual                                          Date
     73-69=139    Bob O’Block vs. Ball State, Indiana and Notre Dame          5/4/64   68-70-69-71=278   Rick Dalpos, Big Ten Championships                   1981
     67-73=140    Brian Glasco, Purdue Invitational                      4/13-15/84    70-67-72-71=280   Peter Karmis, Big Ten Championships              5/2-4/03
     70-70=140    Bob Black vs. Tennessee                               Spring 1960    71-72-67-71=281   Joe Campbell, Big Ten Championships           5/25-26/56
     68-72=140    Joe Campbell, NCAA Championships                      6/25-7/1/50    72-68-70-72=282   Shiv Kapur, NCAA Championships                   6/1-5/04
     72-68=140    Dave Laflin, NCAA Championships                         6/25-7/1/50   71-73-71-67=282   Shiv Kapur, NCAA Championships               5/29-6/1/02
     71-69=140    Fred Wampler, NCAA Championships                       6/25-7/1/50   68-74-71-69=282   John Konsek, Conference Club                  5/19-21/60
     74-66=140    John David, ISU Intercollegiate                            5/27/39   71-66-71-75=283   Pariya Junhasavasdikal, Big Ten Championships 4/28-30/06
                                                                                       67-71-71-74=283   Eric Dutt, Big Ten Championships                     1981
                                                                                       70-68-75-71=284   Fred Wampler, Big Ten Championships               5/16/82
                                                                                       71-70-74-70=285   Lee Williamson, NCAA Championships           5/29-6/1/02
                                                                                       70-73-72-70=285   John Haime, Big Ten Championships                 5/16/82
                                                                                       68-72-72-73=285   Mike Granger, Big Ten Championships                 1981
                                                                                       74-72-69-70=285   Guy Wuollet, Big Ten Championships                  1981
                                                                                       69-69-76-72=286   Ryan Miller, Big Ten Championships               5/4-6/01
                                                                                       75-69-69-73=286   Jay Smith, Big Ten Championships                     1981
                                                                                       68-75-69-74=286   Fred Clark, Cape Coral                           4/1-4/70
                                                                                       68-73-70-76=287   Chris Mayson, Big Ten Championships              5/3-5/02
                                                                                       70-75-70-73=288   Peter Karmis, Big Ten Championships              5/4-6/01
                                                                                       76-70-70-73=289   Lee Williamson, Big Ten Championships           5/4-6/01
                                                                                       70-72-74-73=289   Lenny Hartlage, Big Ten Championships         5/16-18/87
                                                                                       72-73-75-69=289   Jim Russell, Northern Intercollegiate         4/29-30/78
                                                                                       71-73-72-73=289   John Hare, Big Ten Championships              5/26-27/50




     Fred Wampler                            Lee Williamson

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                                                    Team Records
Low Round                                                               Low 54-Hole Tournament
Score         Tournament/Opponent                              Date     Score                   Tournament                                    Date
277           Alister MacKenzie Invitational                10/10/05    277-277-294=848         Alister MacKenzie Invitational         10/10-11/05
277           Alister MacKenzie Invitational                10/10/05    279-283-287=849         Western Intercollegiate                  3/19-20/07
277           Boilermaker Invitational                       4/10/04    283-289-280=852         Cobra Collegiate                         4/24-25/99
277           at Missouri Bluffs Intercollegiate            10/11/98    283-286-284=853         Augusta State Invitational                  4/5-6/03
277           at Big Ten Championships                          1981    283-290-281=854         Boilermaker Invitational                 4/19-20/08
278           at Big Ten Championships                          1981    287-283-284=854         Jerry Pate National Intercollegiate      10/9-10/06
278           vs. Notre Dame, Indiana, Ball State             5/4/64    285-277-293=855         Boilermaker Invitational                 4/10-11/04
278           vs. Indiana, Notre Dame                        5/22/54    279-288-289=856         Aloha Purdue Invitational              11/22-23/06
278           vs. Iowa                                       5/15/54    283-284-292=859         Alister MacKenzie Invitational         10/13-14/03
278           at Western Kentucky                             4/7/53    287-289-284=860         Big Ten Championships                       5/7-9/04
279           Aloha Purdue Invitational                     11/22/06    293-287-284=864         Gold Purdue Invitational                 9/18-19/93
279           Western Intercollegiate                        3/19/07    293-282-290=865         Gator Invitational                       2/10-11/01
280           at Alister MacKenzie                          10/11/04    286-287-294=867         Windon Memorial Classic                   10/7-8/07
280           at Kent State                                  4/25/99    289-288-291=868         Windon Memorial Classic                   10/6-7/03
280           at Kentucky                                     4/9/58    290-292-289=871         Fighting Illini Invitational             9/24-25/06
281           at Tennessee                                   3/31/61    300-287-284=871         Dr. Pepper Intercollegiate               3/25-26/01
281           at Indiana                                     4/25/53    296-283-293=872         Palmetto Intercollegiate                 3/15-16/04
281           at Illinois                                     5/1/50    300-286-289=875         Black, Purdue Invitational               9/18-19/93
                                                                        299-293-285=877         Cleveland State Invitational             9/12-13/05
                                                                        299-285-293=877         Furman Intercollegiate                   3/21-23/03
Low 36-Hole Tournament                                                  304-287-287=878         Landfall Tradition                    10/31-11/2/03
Score         Tournament/Opponent                               Date
                                                                        292-293-293=878         Colonial Golf Classic                     10/8-9/94
287-278=565   vs. IU, ND, Ball State                           5/4/64
                                                                        878                     Colonial Golf Classic                    4/11-12/81
290-284=574   Purdue Invitational                        Spring 1971
                                                                        298-289-292=879         Missouri Bluffs Intercollegiate        10/11-12/00
287-288=575   Illinois Intercollegiate                   Spring 1971
                                                                        292-292-296=880         Summit Collegiate Classic                9/16-17/94
285-294=579   Pepsi Intercollegiate                       3/18-19/00
                                                                        298-284-300=882         Big Ten/Pac-10 Challenge                  10/3-4/05
289-290=579   Mid-American Invitational                  Spring 1971
                                                                        283-297-302=882         Gator Invitational                          2/8-9/03
196-286=582   ODU/Seascape Collegiate                    10/28-29/96
                                                                        297-293-293=883         NCAA Central Regional                    5/17-19/01
283-299=582   Purdue Invitational                             4/26/69
                                                                        298-288-298=884         Landfall Tradition                        11/1-3/03
291-291=582   vs. IU, OSU, MSU                                4/16/66
                                                                        296-291-298=885         UK/Johnny Owens Invitational             3/29-30/96
292-292=584   Dr. Pepper Intercollegiate                  3/23-24/01
                                                                        291-303-292=886         NCAA Central Regionals                   5/18-20/06
294-291=585   Purdue Invitational                              4/2/89
                                                                        300-285-301=886         General Jim Hackler Invitational         3/11-12/07
297-289=586   Hoosier Invitational                        3/29-30/08
                                                                        290-307-291=888         Falcon Cross Creek Invitational          9/15-17/95
300-287=587   Adams Cup of Newport                       10/14-15/98
293-296=589   Purdue Meet                                     5/15/65
290-301=591   Badger Invitational                         9/12-14/04    Low 72-Hole Tournament
291-301=592   Xavier Invitational                             4/17/95   Score                   Tournament                                   Date
291-301=592   vs. Northwestern                                5/24/47   277-282-278-287=1,124   Big Ten Championships                         1981
                                                                        284-287-293-281=1,145   NCAA Championships                        5/29-6/01
                                                                        286-283-285-291=1,145   Big Ten Championships                      5/4-6/01
                                                                        279-289-293-296=1,157   Big Ten Championships                      5/3-5/04
                                                                        287-283-291-297=1,158   Big Ten Championships                   5/26-27/50
                                                                        294-284-289-292=1,159   Big Ten Championships                      5/2-4/03
                                                                        284-286-294-306=1,170   Big Ten Championships                   4/28-30/06
                                                                        291-295-300-290=1,176   Big Ten Championships                   5/17-19/91
                                                                        293-297-283-306=1,179   Big Ten Championships                      5/1-3/09
                                                                        300-294-302-285=1,181   Big Ten Championships                   5/14-16/99
                                                                        287-291-301-308=1,187   Big Ten Championships                   5/12-14/89
                                                                        297-297-298-299=1,191   Big Ten Championships                  Spring 1971
                                                                        301-298-291-302=1,192   Big Ten Championships                   5/16-17/69
                                                                        298-296-305-296=1,193   Big Ten Championships                      5/5-7/01
                                                                        305-289-298-303=1,195   Big Ten Championships                   5/29-30/53
                                                                        296-300-305-295=1,196   Big Ten Championships                   5/23-24/58
                                                                        299-292-296-303=1,196   Big Ten Championships                   4/27-29/07
                                                                        290-296-308-303=1,197   Big Ten Championships                   5/12-14/95
                                                                        295-296-306-301=1,198   Cape Coral                              3/29-4/5/69
                                                                        294-302-305-299=1,200   Big Ten Championships                   5/16-18/86
                                                                        293-297-308-302=1,200   Northern Invitational                      5/2-3/69
The Boilermakers at the 2001 NCAA Championships in Durham,
N.C.

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                                                                      All-Time Roster
                     -A-                  Deets, Nick            1986-87, ‘89   Huffman, Colby         1996-2000     Mitchell, Grant           1982-84    Smith, Bernie              1983-85
     Ainsworth, Scott             1983    Deneau, Brian                  1993   Huffman, Dennis           1967-71    Moehring, David               1998   Smith, Bob                 1935-37
     Albert, Don               1952-55    Denger, Don                1969-71    Hughes, Bob                   1980   Moore, Jeremy                 1990   Smith, Bret                    1991
     Aldinger, A.H.            1925-27    Dinka, W.P.                1930-32    Hughes, Jim                   1984   Moore, Kent               1976-78    Smith, Dave                1986-89
     Allen, Sam                   1975    Dirks, Dennis                  1973                   -J-                  Mortell, David            1984-87    Smith, Grant                   1986
     Anderson, Bob                1988    Dmitrenko, Eric            1990-91    Jackson, Jerry            1960-62    Mortell, Mike                 1982   Smith, Jay                 1981-83
     Anderson, Gene            1937-38    Dobelbower, Ken            1934-36    Jacoby, Brian                 1983   Mote, Tommy                   1986   Smith, Jeff                1975-77
                     -B-                  Douglas, Steve                 1976   Jezek, Jason              1989-92    Muessing, J.L.                1931   Smith, Mike                    1987
     Bachman, John            1994-97     Drake, Harley              1957-59    Johnson, Rob              1994-96    Murphy, C.E.              1923-26    Smith, Phil                    1982
     Baer, Charles               1954     Duffy, Jim                 1965-67    Johnston, Erich            2008-     Murray, Dick              1975-77    Solomon, J.T.              1992-94
     Banning, Andy               1989     Duncan, Tyler               2009-     Jones, Bert            1996-2000                       -N-                Stackhouse, Bob                1949
     Barauskas, Ryan          2000-03     Dunlap, Norm              1950, ‘52   Jones, Chad            1998-2001     Nadeau, Vince                2006-   Stackhouse, Dick               1946
     Barkett, Rob             1983-86     Durniak, John                  1949   Jugovic, Pat                  1984   Nelson, Garry             1982-85    Steele, J.M.               1976-77
     Barrett, John            1989-92     Durst, Brad                1993-96    Junhasadasdikul, Pariya 2004-07      Nemeth, Gene          1946-47, ‘49   Stewart, Joe              1957, ‘59
     Baske, Royal                1938     Dutt, Eric                 1978-81                    -K-                  Newman, R.T.                  1933   Strauss, Jeremy                1993
     Bassett, Bill            1930-32     Dutt, Mark                 1979-81    Kack, Joe                     1988   Nicolet, Larry           1969, ‘71   Sudac, Jim                 1995-98
     Beardsley, Pete          1957-59     Dye, Charles                   1951   Kack, Joe                 1961-62    Noble, Eric                   1972   Suja, Rick                     1976
     Bechtold, Paul           1986-87                      -E-                  Kanute, Malcom                1985   Norton, Dick              1952-54    Sundstrom, Steve          1963, ‘65
     Bennett, Bobby             2004-     Epp, Luke               1999-2004     Kapur, Shiv            2000-2004                       -O-                                 -T-
     Benning, Bob             1952-54     Edin, Johan             2004-2006     Karmis, Peter          1999-2003     O’Block, Bob             1963, ‘65   Templin, Bill              1961-63
     Biddenger, Ross          1970-71     Etherton, Wayne            1954-56    Karski, Mark              1986-87    O’Neal, John              1973-76    Thomas, George             1949-50
     Bixler, Jack             1922-24     Everson, Mark              1986-89    Kaufman, Clayton              1993   O’Neil, George                1944   Thomas, R.W.                   1929
     Black, Bob               1958-60                      -F-                  Kaufmann, Craig               1988   Oliver, Tom               2006-09    Thomas, Ryan                  2006-
     Blank, E.J.                 1937     Farlander, Jim             1961-62    Keaffaber, Kirk               1991                     -P-                Thorington, John           1960-61
     Bliss, Roger                1983     Fennimore, Gary                1976   Keaffaber, Kurt               1994   Parker, L.O.             1930, ‘32   Todd, Doug                 1972-73
     Boocher, Dan                1992     Ferguson, Brian                1996   Kelley, Andy              1991-94    Pescatore, Tony               1988   Toepel, John                   1966
     Boone, Mickey            1982-83     Fesko, Don                     1992   Kessler, Eric                 1978   Peterson, Bill                1938   Traut, Ken                     1992
     Boots, Ted               1958-59     Finger, Charles            1973-74    Kim, Arthur                2010-     Piatek, Jerome                1972   Truman, Dave                   1966
     Bostwick, Jason          1989-91     Fitzpatrick, Mike              1983   King, Mike                    1978   Piatek, Joe               1973-75    Turner, John                   1975
     Boucher, Dan             1991-92     Ford, Ryan              1997-2001     Kintz, Jim                1976-77    Pierce, Ron               1953-55                    -U-
     Brackmann, David         1997-98     Fox, Tom                   1972-74    Klein, Howard                 1961   Placido, Steve                1987   Utterback, Al              1989-90
     Brewer, H.B.             1934-36     Francis, Gene              1958-60    Klenk, Don                1967-69    Plager, Henry              2010-                     -V-
     Brocious, William        1985-87     Freeze, Karl               1936-38    Knipp, Wade               1941-42    Plawecki, Jeff            1982-83    Valainis, Andy                 1987
     Brouse, Brent          1998-2000     Fridlin, Charles           1925-27    Koehler, Arnold               1947   Plothow, Chad             1990-93    Vandoski, Adam           2004-2005
     Brown, Tom                  1960                      -G-                  Komansky, Greg                1992   Pugh, Dave            1992, ‘94-95   Vaughn, Charlie                1976
     Brown, V.B.              1921-23     Gallippi, Gabe                 1994   Konsek, John              1958-60    Pulley, Jason                 1999   Vidimos, Dan           1983, ‘85-86
     Brynes, A.E.             1921-22     Gant, Gary                 1971-72    Kopp, Maximo               2008-     Pulliam, Mike                 1992   Von Kleeck, Brian              1983
     Buchanon, Bob               1950     George, Cary                   1976   Kroft, F.C.                   1942                     -R-                               -W-
     Bukowski, Jason        1999-2002     Gersztein, David            2008-     Krueger, Bob              1953-55    Radacich, John                1944   Walkey, Jeff       1998, 2001-2002
     Bullock, Dick            1963-65     Gery, Mike                 1964-66    Krutzfeldt, Roberto    2002-2004     Radder, Jeff              1969-71    Walsh, Kevin               1990-93
     Busch, Scott              2009-      Gibson, Kurt                   1988   Kuc, Dave                     1989   Radder, Rick              1964-66    Wampler, Fred              1948-50
     Bykowski, Bob               1992     Gillam, Doug               1969-71                    -L-                  Rainford, Steven              1989   Ward, Jim                      1976
                     -C-                  Glasco, Brian              1982-85    Laflin, Dave               1950-51    Randle, Michael           2005-08    Watermire, Jack                1958
     Campbell, Joe             1955-57    Goldapske, Eric                1993   Lamb, Charles         1943-44, ‘47   Ratanakul, Nakarintra 2008-          Weatheron, G.P.            1921-23
     Chalfant, Ryan            1995-96    Goldberg, Greg                 1990   Lampsa, Mike              1967-68    Redding, Bill             1955-57    Welch, Pat                 1967-68
     Channon, Harry            1995-98    Goldstein, Hyman               1940   Lawson, Brandon              2005-   Reitemeier, J.R.          1933-34    Weldy, Sam                 1939-40
     Cate, Ryan             1997-2000     Gosewehr, Larry            1980-81    Lehman, John              1926-28    Richardson, Peter         2004-07    Wescott, Doug                  1989
     Chesterman, Brad          1992-95    Gowin, Andy                    1990   Lemmon, Art                   1957   Robison, John             1967-68    White, Jeff                1984-85
     Chinworth, Jim                1979   Granger, Don               1955-57    Lernihan, Tom             1975-76    Roney, Pete C.                1996   White, Tom                 1972-74
     Clark, Fred               1969-71    Granger, Mike              1978-81    Lockwood, Art             1934-36    Rousseau, Bob             1931-33    Wibel, Dick                1951-52
     Cleary, John              1946-49    Gring, Ron                 1976-78                    -M-                  Russell, Bill                 1968   Wiley, Eric                    1979
     Connaughton, Ed           1982-85                     -H-                  MacWhinnie, Bob           1972-74    Russell, Jim          1974, ‘77-78   Wilkinson, Steve           1961-62
     Cone, Dustin              2001-05    Haime, John                1982-85    Makowski, Bob            1970, ‘72   Russi, Santiago        2005-2006     Williams, Jeff             1986-89
     Conrad, Rob                   1989   Hampshire, Travis       2001-2002     Marcinko, Tom             1991-92    Ryan, John                1963-64    Williamson, Lee          1998-2002
     Cook, Ken                1928, ‘30   Hare, John                 1948-50    Marshall, T.O.                1939                     -S-                Williamson, R.L.               1925
     Cooper, Jack          1983, ‘85-87   Harrison, Jim                  1944   Marsee, Dwight            1947-48    Samuels, Wally           1958, ‘60   Williard, Jim                  1992
     Cosler, Steve             1976-77    Hartlage, Lenny            1984-87    Martin, Mike              1962-64    Schaefer, Tom             1955-57    Wilson, Jeff                   1984
     Coulter, Gene             1949-51    Hartman, Brent             1967-69    Massey, David                 1976   Schmidt Brent             1990-92    Windlan, Tod               1986-89
     Craig, G.H.                   1934   Hauner, Larry                  1968   Masuda, Ryan              2000-05    Schultz, Jonathan      2004-2005     Winter, Terry              1963-65
     Craig, John           1976, ‘78-79   Hayes, Michael                 1993   Maudlin, Matthew          1995-96    Schultz, Scott            1989-91    Wise, Jack                     1976
     Crowder, Brent            1992-93    Heglin, Andy           1984, ‘86-88   Mayhew, Steve             1965-67    Schumaker, Dave           1965-67    Wohlfred, Jeff                 1968
     Cue, Jim                      1976   Hellman, Charles           1962-64    Mayson, Chris          1999-2003     Schutt, Roger             1941-42    Wolfe, Donny               1995-96
     Culp, Jack                    1944   Hendricks, Bryan          1984, ‘86   Marc Mazza             2002-2003     Senk, Jeremy              1993-96    Wolfe, Jason                   1998
     Curran, Turner            1940-41    Hesler, Jack        1947-48, ‘51-52   McCallum, Ed              1954-56    Shannon, Richard              1992   Wrasse, H.V.                   1925
                     -D-                  Hicks, Todd                1987-90    McDaniel, Bill                1975   Sharp, Doug                   1976   Wright, Troy               1987-89
     Dahl, Bill                1946-48    Hildebrande, Jim               1956   McDaniel, Doug            1940-42    Shaw, Mark                    1966   Wuollet, Guy               1979-81
     Dahl, George              1939-42    Hill, Ralph                    1939   McEvoy, Pat               1976-77    Shidler, Greg                 1995   Wymer, Fred                    1927
     Dale, Alan                   1974    Hobbs, R.M.                    1933   McKenzie, Bob             1939-41    Shildmyer, Bill               1992                   -Y-
     Dalpos, Rick                 1981    Hoffer, Bob                1939-41    Mead, James           1989, ‘91-92   Shulha, Bill              1970-72    Young, R.K.                    1931
     Darnell, Mark             1960-62    Hoffer, Bill               1969-71    Meier, Brad                   1976   Sicklesmith, Bill             1973                   -Z-
     David, John               1937-39    Houff, Charles             1951-53    Miller, Jess              1979-80    Sjaichudin, William 2009-            Zender, Bob                1964-65
     David, Tim                   1936    Hough, Kevin               1990-92    Miller, Ryan           1997-2001     Skinner, Bill             1933-34    Zesiger, John              1992-94
     Decker, Tom                  1983    Howell, Clarence               1945   Mitchell, Carl            1958-59    Skinner, Bill                 1940   Zito, Matthew                  1989


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                                                 Year-By-Year Results
                  1921                                     1930                                     1937                                    1942
Michigan                       W, 8-3    DePauw                          W, 9-3    Detroit                       W, 17-1     Notre Dame                    L, 19-8
Illinois                       T, 6-6    Wabash                     W, 16.5-1.5    Iowa                       L, 10.5-7.5    Northwestern              L, 14.5-9.5
                                         Michigan                       L, 14-4    Notre Dame                    W, 15-3     Ohio State                    L, 18-6
                  1922                   Indiana                        L, 14-4    Michigan                       L, 12-6    Detroit                       W, 11-7
Michigan                        L, 5-1   Northwestern                     T, 9-9   DePauw                        W, 18-0     Michigan                     L, 13-11
Illinois                       W, 7-5    Illinois                       L, 10-8    Illinois                   L, 10.5-7.5    Indiana                       L, 16-8
Chicago                       L, 20-2    Indiana Intercollegiates    3rd Place     Indiana                        L, 10-8    Big Ten Championships         8th of 9
Big Ten Championships         6th of 8   Big Ten Championships          8th of 9   Chicago                    W, 18.5-2.5
                                                                                   Ohio State                    W, 17-4                    1943
                                                           1931                    Big Ten Championships        7th of 10    Detroit                   L, 11.5-6.5
                  1923
Chicago                      L, 12-10    Michigan                        T, 9-9
Northwestern                 W, 14-4     DePauw                        L, 10-8                      1938                                    1944
Illinois                      L, 18-3    Northwestern                  L, 10-8     Detroit                       W, 14-3     Northwestern                 W, 16-2
Michigan                     W, 14-8     Chicago                       W, 13-5     Notre Dame                  L, 9.5-8.5    Indiana                   W, 11.5-.5
Indiana                      W, 20-2     Illinois                      L, 15-3     Michigan                       L, 16-5    Notre Dame                W, 9.5-8.5
Big Ten Championships         6th of 7   Indiana Intercollegiate     2nd Place     Indiana                       W, 12-9     Detroit                      W, 12-0
                                         Big Ten Championships         7th of 8    Chicago                     L, 9.5-8.5    Ohio State                 L, 7.5-4.5
                                                                                   Ohio State                    W, 10-8     Illinois                      W, 9-3
                  1924                                                             Indiana                         L, 7-5
Northwestern                  L, 16-8                      1932                                                              Indiana                 W, 17.5-12.5
                                         Michigan                       L, 17-1    Indiana Intercollegiate     2nd Place     Illinois                    L, 24-12
Michigan                      L, 22-2
                                         Notre Dame                    W, 10-8     Big Ten Championships        8th of 10    Chantue Field                 L, 28-8
Illinois                      L, 21-3
Chicago                       L, 21-1    Indiana                    W, 12.5-5.5                                              Big Ten Championships       2nd of 7
Indiana                       L, 14-9    Illinois                       L, 15-3                     1939
                                         Indiana Intercollegiate     1st Place     Vanderbilt                 L, 10.5-7.5                   1945
                                                                                   Alabama                         L, 14-4   Northwestern                 L, 21-3
                  1925                                                             Tennessee                      W, 14-4
Northwestern                 W, 18-4                       1933                                                              Illinois                    L, 17-13
                                         Wabash                     W, 16.5-1.5    Indiana                    W, 11.5-6.5    Indiana                     W, 12-6
Illinois                      L, 20-3
                                         Notre Dame                     L, 15-3    Michigan                     L, 9.5-8.5   Illinois                 L, 11.5-6.5
Chicago                      L, 11-10
                                         Indiana                        L, 16-2    Detroit                        W, 11-7    Ohio State                   L, 15-3
Michigan                     L, 14-10
                                         Chicago                    W, 11.5-6.5    Notre Dame                     W, 14-3    Indiana                 W, 17.5-12.5
Indiana                      W, 19-5
                                         Illinois                       L, 10-8    Butler                         W, 15-3    Illinois                    L, 19-11
                                         Indiana                        L, 14-4    Chicago                    W, 10.5-7.5    Notre Dame               L, 17.5-6.5
                  1926                   Indiana Intercollegiate     3rd Place     Ohio State                W, 14.5-12.5    Big Ten Championships        8th of 8
Northwestern                  L, 17-4                                              Indiana Intercollegiate     2nd Place
Chicago                       L, 11-9                                              Big Ten Championships      T-7th of 10
Illinois                      L, 21-1                      1934                                                                             1946
Indiana                      W, 19-5     Wabash                     W, 15.5-2.5                                              Northwestern             L, 28.5-7.5
Michigan                  L, 22.5-1.5    Detroit                    W, 11.5-6.5                     1940                     Illinois                W, 22.5-12.5
                                         Notre Dame                 L, 15.5-2.5    Tennessee                     W, 16-11    Indiana                     W, 16-11
                                         Chicago                    W, 14.5-3.5    Georgia Tech                    L, 22-5   Illinois                     L, 20-7
                  1927                   Indiana                    W, 10.5-7.5    Georgia Tech               L, 26.5-1.5    Ohio State                   L, 26-1
DePauw                    W, 19.5-4.5                                              Notre Dame                     W, 26-7
                                         Illinois                         T, 9-9                                             Notre Dame              L, 15.5-11.5
Wabash                    W, 17.5-6.5                                              Butler                          L, 11-7
                                         Michigan                       L, 15-6                                              Michigan                     L, 20-7
Michigan                    W, 13-11                                               Michigan                        L, 16-8
                                         Indiana                    L, 11.5-9.5                                              Indiana                     T, 18-18
Northwestern              W, 17.5-6.5                                              Illinois                        L, 24-3
                                         Indiana Intercollegiate     2nd Place                                               Michigan State               W, 18-9
Chicago                       L, 19-5                                              Ohio State                      L, 19-8
                                         Big Ten Championships          5th of 9                                             Detroit                   W, 14.5-.5
Illinois                      L, 19-6                                              Michigan State                  L, 12-8   Big Ten Championships        8th of 9
Indiana                      W, 18-6                                               Chicago                      L, 9.5-8.5
Indiana Intercollegiate    1st Place                       1935                    Indiana                   L, 12.5-11.5
Big Ten Championships         4th of 6   Notre Dame                 L, 11.5-6.5                                                             1947
                                                                                   Big Ten Championships          9th of 9
                                         Michigan                       L, 16-0                                              Ohio State              T, 13.5-13.5
                                         Chicago                    W, 14.5-3.5                                              Indiana State               W, 35-1
                  1928                   Indiana                        W, 11-7                     1941                     Indiana                    W, 28-14
DePauw                    L, 14.5-9.5                                              Detroit                        W, 16-5
                                         Illinois                   L, 12.5-5.5                                              Notre Dame                 W, 20-16
Illinois                      L, 12-0                                              Notre Dame                      L, 19-8
                                         Indiana                    W, 11.5-6.5                                              Indiana                 W, 22.5-4.5
Butler                    W, 16.5-4.5                                              Illinois                        T, 22-5
                                         Big Ten Championships        9th of 10                                              Illinois                W, 20.5-6.5
Northwestern                  L, 12-4                                              Ohio State                     L, 14-13   Detroit                   W, 17.5-.5
Chicago                       L, 13-4                                              Indiana                     L, 12.5-5.5
                                                           1936                                                              Michigan State              W, 19-8
Indiana                   L, 10.5-7.5                                              Michigan                        L, 19-8
                                         Indiana                         T, 9-9                                              Illinois                    L, 21-15
Indiana Intercollegiate    3rd Place                                               Butler                         W, 17-7
                                         Michigan                   L, 16.5-4.5                                              Michigan                W, 26.5-9.5
                                                                                   Chicago                         W, 11-0   Northwestern             W, 18.5-14
                                         Detroit                    L, 13.5-4.5
                  1929                                                             Indiana Intercollegiate      1st Place    Michigan                W, 477-490
                                         Notre Dame                     L, 14-4
DePauw                    W, 14.5-9.5                                              Big Ten Championships         9th of 10   Iowa                    W, 477-492
                                         Illinois                       L, 11-7
Butler                       W, 24-0                                                                                         Big Ten Championships       3rd of 9
                                         Indiana                    L, 10.5-7.5
Illinois                      L, 18-0                                                                                        NCAA Championships      T-14th of 39
                                         Big Ten Championships        9th of 10
Michigan                      L, 18-0
Chicago                   L, 12.5-5.5
Indiana                       L, 12-6
Northwestern                  L, 11-1

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                                                      Year-By-Year Results
                      1948                     Notre Dame                 W, 19-17     Michigan                    L, 19-17    Kentucky                 W, 24.5-2.5
     Detroit                    W, 14.5-3.5    Wisconsin                  W, 24-12     Indiana                      W, 27-9    Illinois                W, 23.5-12.5
     Indiana                       L, 16-11    Detroit                    W, 21-15     Ohio State               L, 26.5-9.5    Detroit                      W, 24-0
     Notre Dame                W, 14.5-12.5    Iowa                        W, 31-11    Michigan                 W, 27.5-8.5    Wabash                       W, 34-2
     Illinois                  L, 19.5-16.5    Ohio State              L, 19.5-16.5    Illinois                   W, 30-18     Indiana                 L, 25.5-10.5
     Ohio State                W, 16.5-10.5    Michigan                    W, 25-11    Ohio State                 W, 20-16     Ohio State              W, 23.5-12.5
     Ohio State                    L, 16-11    Ohio State               W, 26.5-9.5    Michigan                W, 23.5-18.5    Michigan                   W, 29-13
     Illinois                  W, 16.5-10.5    Northwestern                 W, 31-5    Indiana                      W, 29-9    Indiana                 W, 24.5-11.5
     Indiana                       W, 16-11    Indiana                      W, 21-6    Notre Dame                   W, 25-7    Ohio State                 W, 25-17
     Illinois                     W, 26-10     Ohio State              L, 23.5-12.5    Illinois                W, 33.5-14.5    Michigan                     W, 28-8
     Big Ten Championships         2nd of 9    Indiana                 W, 20.5-15.5    Indiana                  W, 28.5-7.5    Western Illinois             W, 25-2
                                               Illinois                   W, 32-10     Northwestern                 W, 29-7    Ohio State              W, 21.5-14.5
                      1949                     Big Ten Championships      2nd of 10    Wisconsin               W, 23.5-12.5    Illinois                     W, 15-9
     Indiana                      W, 15-12     NCAA Championships       T-3rd of 24    Big Ten Championships       1st of 10   Michigan                   W, 29-19
     Northwestern               W, 18.5-8.5                                            NCAA Championships       T-9th of 33    Ohio State                  L, 21-15
     Notre Dame                    L, 17-10                     1953                                                           Notre Dame              W, 20.5-15.5
     Illinois                   W, 29.5-6.5    Evansville                   W, 23-4                   1956                     Indiana                    W, 20-16
     Michigan                   W, 18.5-8.5    Camp Breckenridge        W, 20.5-6.5    Tennessee                  W, 17-10     Big Ten Championships       1st of 10
     Illinois                     W, 19-17     Evansville                W, 17.5-.5    Tennessee               W, 15.5-11.5    NCAA Championships      T-10th of 34
     Minnesota                     W, 18-9     Western Kentucky             W, 23-3    Vanderbilt              W, 15.5-11.5
     Iowa                       W, 21.5-5.5    Detroit                      W, 23-4    Illinois                     W, 28-8                    1959
     Illinois                  W, 18.5-17.5    Wabash                       W, 27-0    Michigan State             W, 24-12     Tennessee                W, 21.5-5.5
     Quad Intercollegiate          1st, 888    Indiana                 W, 16.5-10.5    Detroit                  W, 34.5-1.5    Kentucky                   W, 17-10
     Indiana Intercollegiate      1st Place    Illinois                L, 18.5-17.5    Indiana                  W, 27.5-8.5    Tennessee                W, 21.5-5.5
     Big Ten Championships         3rd of 9    Ohio State                  L, 23-13    Notre Dame               W, 29.5-6.5    Illinois                 W, 33.5-2.5
     NCAA Championships         T-2nd of 31    Michigan                 L, 19.5-6.5    Ohio State              L, 27.5-14.5    Wabash                       W, 35-1
                                               Illinois                W, 20.5-15.5    Michigan                L, 21.5-14.5    Indiana                 W, 21.5-14.5
                                               Ohio State                  L, 23-13    Indiana                  W, 29.5-6.5    Illinois                   W, 23-13
                      1950                     Michigan State               W, 30-6    Michigan                   W, 23-19     Wisconsin               W, 22.5-13.5
     Indiana                    W, 20.5-6.5    Michigan                    L, 19-17    Ohio State                  L, 23-13    Ohio State              W, 22.5-13.5
     Notre Dame                    W, 24-3     Notre Dame                  L, 14-13    Northwestern             W, 28.5-7.5    Indiana                 W, 22.5-13.5
     Illinois                      W, 30-6     Northwestern            W, 15.5-11.5    Ohio State                   W, 29-7    Michigan                     L, 28-8
     Butler                         W, 11-7    Wisconsin                     L, 18-9   Michigan                 W, 19.5-6.5    Ohio State                 W, 22-14
     Michigan State                W, 18-9     Big Ten Championships       1st of 10   Notre Dame                  W, 25-11    Indiana                    W, 24-19
     Michigan                  W, 14.5-12.5    NCAA Championships          9th of 19   Detroit                      W, 33-3    Western Illinois           W, 17-12
     Ohio State                W, 21.5-14.5                                            Wisconsin                  W, 24-12     Michigan                L, 21.5-20.5
     Indiana                   W, 23.5-12.5                     1954                   Northwestern             W, 29.5-9.5    Ohio State              W, 23.5-12.5
     Illinois                   W, 29.5-6.5    Detroit                      W, 24-3    Illinois                   W, 24-12     Northwestern                 W, 29-7
     Ohio State                L, 14.5-12.5    Tennessee                  W, 14-13     Indiana                  W, 29.5-9.5    Indiana                     T, 18-18
     Illinois                     W, 26-10     Tennessee                  W, 17-10     Big Ten Championships       1st of 10   Big Ten Championships       1st of 10
     Big Ten Championships          1st of 9   Vanderbilt                  L, 15-12    NCAA Championships       T-2nd of 31    NCAA Championships         2nd of 20
     NCAA Championships           2nd of 23    Louisville                   W, 19-8
                                               Michigan                   W, 24-12                    1957                                     1960
                                               Ohio State              L, 25.5-10.5    Tennessee                 L, 14.5-12    Kentucky                   W, 26-10
                      1951                     Indiana                    W, 32-13     Tennessee                W, 21.5-5,5    Tennessee                    W, 25-2
     Indiana                        W, 27-9    Illinois                   W, 26-10     Vanderbilt                  W, 11-10    Tennessee                    W, 27-0
     Michigan                        L, 29-7   Michigan                     W, 27-9    Kentucky                 W, 36.5-9.5    Vanderbilt                   W, 19-8
     Ohio State                    L, 24-12    Ohio State              W, 19.5-16.5    Detroit                  W, 17.5-6.5    Kentucky                  W, 9.5-8.5
     Illinois                   W, 26.5-9.5    Northwestern                  L, 21-6   Michigan                W, 22.5-13.5    Illinois                     W, 30-6
     Michigan                       W, 18-9    Northwestern            W, 25.5-10.5    Illinois                     W, 24-8    Indiana                 W, 22.5-13.5
     Notre Dame                T, 13.5-13.5    Michigan                   W, 19-17     Indiana                      W, 30-6    Notre Dame                  L, 20-16
     Indiana                        W, 24-3    Iowa                    T, 13.5-13.5    Ohio State              W, 20.5-15.5    Indiana                 L, 25.5-22.5
     Illinois                       W, 29-7    Illinois                W, 32.5-15.5    Ohio State                   W, 28-8    Indiana                  W, 11.5-6.5
     Iowa                      W, 15.5-11.5    Indiana                    W, 23-13     Michigan                 W, 29.5-6.5    Michigan                   W, 26-10
     Northwestern                  L, 17-10    Notre Dame              W, 23.5-12.5    Illinois                   W, 31-17     Indiana                     T, 18-18
     Ohio State                 W, 26.5-9.5    Big Ten Championships       4th of 10   Michigan State           W, 26.5-9.5    Ohio State                  T, 18-18
     Illinois                   W, 30.5-5.5    NCAA Championships        10th of 20    Michigan                L, 22.5-13.5    Ohio State               W, 26.5-9.5
     Indiana                        W, 34-2                                            Ohio State              L, 20.5-15.5    Indiana                    W, 25-10
     Big Ten Championships        2nd of 10                                            Indiana                      W, 30-6    Western Illinois             W, 30-6
     NCAA Championships            5th of 23                                           Notre Dame                 W, 26-10     Michigan State             W, 22-14
                                                                                       Northwestern            W, 26.5-12.5    Big Ten Championships       1st of 10
                      1952                                      1955                   Big Ten Championships       5th of 10   NCAA Championships         2nd of 34
     Butler                        W, 16-5     Tennessee                  W, 17-10     NCAA Championships        11th of 26
     North Carolina             L, 18.5-8.5    Vanderbilt                 W, 21-15                                                             1961
     Wake Forest               W, 15.5-11.5    Tennessee               W, 23.5-12.5                   1958                     Memphis State               L, 24-12
     Ohio State                   W, 22-14     Michigan State           W, 28.5-7.5    Tennessee                W, 26.5-9.5    Vanderbilt                 W, 19-17
     Michigan                  L, 23.5-12.5    Detroit                     W, 30-6     Tennessee                   W, 31-5     Tennessee                   W, 20-7
     Illinois                      W, 28-8     Ohio State               W, 26.5-9.5    Vanderbilt               W, 20.5-9.5    Louisville               W, 26.5-9.5


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                                                        Year-By-Year Results
Ball State                         W, 25-11                       1964                    Western Illinois                W, 744-814     Illini Invitational               7th of 11
Quad Meet                           1st, 912   Tennessee                     W, 21-18     Tri Meet                         1st, 1089     Northern Invitational             4th of 15
Northern Illinois                 W, 24-12     Tennessee                       W, 25-2    Illinois                        W, 752-770     Purdue Invitational               4th of 10
Eastern Illinois               W, 31.5-4.5     Tennessee                       W, 27-0    Tri Meet                           1st, 905    Big Ten Championships             7th of 10
Quad Meet                          3rd, 467    Indiana                         W, 18-6    Tri Meet                         1st, 1066
Quad Meet                           1st, 917   Indiana                    L, 12.5-11.5    Northern Invitational             1st of 14                       1973
Notre Dame                     L, 18.5-17.5    Kentucky                        W, 18-9    Big Ten Championships             1st of 10    Seminole Invitational           19th of 24
Ball State                         W, 25-11    Kentucky                   W, 16.5-10.5    NCAA Championships                4th of 39    Kentucky Invitational            7th of 10
Indiana                           W, 23-13     Western Illinois           W, 19.5-16.5                                                   Illini Invitational              6th of 10
Indiana Intercollegiate             1st of 4   Southern Illinois             W, 23-13                       1968                         Kepler Invitational              7th of 20
Big Ten Championships              4th of 10   Butler                          W, 32-4    Wofford                             L, 11-10   Purdue Invitational              6th of 12
NCAA Championships                1st of 28    Quad Meet                       1st, 376   Georgia                           L, 13.5-.5   Northern Invitational           11th of 15
                                               Michigan State                W, 32-16     South Carolina                   L, 12.5-8.5   Spartan Invitational             5th of 34
                   1962                        Quad Meet                       1st, 765   Georgia                          L, 29.5-6.5   Big Ten Championships            4th of 10
North Carolina                 W, 21.5-14.5    Indiana                     W, 861-899     Georgia Tech                        W, 21-6
Wake Forest                        W, 16-11    Ohio State                  W, 782-824     Tennessee                        L, 28.5-7.5                      1974
Ball State                     W, 24.5-11.5    Michigan                    W, 943-966     Tennessee                           L, 19-17   Florida Invitational              6th of 40
Southern Illinois               W, 26.5-9.5    Illinois                  W, 1075-1104     Indiana                       L, 1065-1099     Kepler Invitational               4th of 16
Eastern Illinois                W, 32.5-3.5    Northwestern                W, 765-773     Michigan State                L, 1085-1099     Illini Invitational              2nd of 12
OSU Invitational                  1st Place    Indiana Intercollegiate         1st of 4   Michigan                        W, 780-789     Miami (Ohio) Invitational         1st of 17
Notre Dame                     W, 23.5-12.5    Big Ten Championships          1st of 10   Marshall                        W, 788-792     Northern Invitational            2nd of 14
Ohio State                          W, 27-9    NCAA Championships           22nd of 41    Illinois                      W, 1108-1131     Quad Meet                          1st, 755
Western Illinois                    W, 28-8                                               Ohio State                    L, 1174-1108     Indiana Invitational               6th of 9
Indiana                        W, 19.5-11.5                       1965                    Notre Dame                       T, 770-770    Big Ten Championships             6th of 10
Northwestern                   W, 21.5-15.5    Georgia                    L, 19.5-16.5    Indiana                       L, 1074-1108
Ball State                          W, 28-8    Georgia                        L, 22-14    Michigan State                   L, 915-928                       1975
Michigan State                 W, 23.5-12.5    Tennessee                     W, 20-16     Ohio State                       L, 911-928    Tennessee                    L, 1559-1595
Ohio State                        W, 26-10     Tennessee                     W, 26-10     Northern Invitational             10th of 13   Miami (Ohio)                 W, 1106-1129
Illinois                            W, 29-7    Tennessee                   W, 26.5-9.5    Purdue Invite                       2nd of 5   Xavier (Ohio) Invitational         2nd of 5
Michigan                          W, 26-10     Cincinnati                  W, 28.5-7.5    Big Ten Championships              4th of 10   Illini Invitational               6th of 14
Ohio State                     W, 18.5-17.5    Southern Illinois          W, 24.5-11.5                                                   Indianapolis Invitational         1st of 15
Michigan                       W, 19.5-16.5    Ohio State                 W, 30.5-17.5                                                   Kepler Invitational              23rd of 24
                                                                                                            1969
Indiana Intercollegiate            2nd of 4    Michigan State             W, 24.5-11.5                                                   Purdue Invitational               3rd of 12
                                                                                          Florida Invitational              6th of 40
Big Ten Championships             2nd of 10    Indiana                       W, 20-16                                                    Mid-America Invitational          8th of 15
                                                                                          Kepler Invitational              2nd of 14
NCAA Championships                 6th of 31   Tri Meet                      1st, 1242                                                   Big Ten Championships           T-5th of 10
                                                                                          Illini Invitational               1st of 13
                                               Quad Meet                       1st, 788   Purdue Invitational                3rd of 6
                   1963                        Purdue Invite                   3rd of 5   Michigan State Invitational      2nd of 25
                                                                                                                                                            1976
                                               Ohio State                  L, 914-915                                                    Notre Dame Invitational          2nd of 5
Florida                              L, 11-7                                              Big Ten Championships            2nd of 10
                                               Northern Invitational           1st of 7                                                  Indiana State Invitational      1st of 17
Florida                              L, 12-6                                              NCAA Championships             T-17th of 37
                                               Indiana Intercollegiate         1st of 4                                                  DePauw                        W, 604-658
Auburn                          W, 13.5-4.5
                                                                                                                                         Xavier (Ohio) Invitational        1st of 8
Auburn                               L, 14-4   Big Ten Championships          1st of 10                     1970                         Ball State Invitational        2nd of 14
Florida State                   W, 10.5-7.5    NCAA Championships          T-4th of 33    Florida Invitational               6th of 40   Illini Invitational             7th of 15
Louisville                          W, 14-7                                               Kepler Invitational                4th of 16   Indianapolis Invitational       3rd of 14
Michigan State                  W, 11.5-6.5                       1966                    Illini Invitational               2nd of 12    Kepler Invitational            21st of 22
Quad Meet                           1st, 788   Florida Invitational           7th of 20   Miami (Ohio) Invitational          1st of 17   Purdue Invitational             3rd of 15
Michigan State                      W, 14-4    DePauw                          W, 32-4    Northern Invitational             2nd of 14    Mid-America Invitational       2nd of 15
Western Illinois                  W, 20-16     Cincinnati                      W, 35-1    Quad Meet                           1st, 755   Northern Invitational          13th of 16
Ohio State                        W, 19-17     Ball State                  W, 29.5-6.5    Indiana Invitational                6th of 9   Western Michigan Invitational    2nd of 8
Illinois                          W, 22-14     Michigan State              W, 744-772     Big Ten Championships              5th of 10   Big Ten Championships            3rd of 9
Michigan State                  W, 14.5-3.5    Indiana                     W, 893-924     NCAA Championships                      10th
Indiana                           W, 21-15     Ohio State                W, 1050-1065                                                                       1977
Hoosier Open                      2nd of 12    Indiana                     W, 888-933                                                    Notre Dame Invitational           4th of 9
Wisconsin                          L, 24-18
                                                                                                            1971
                                               Purdue Invitational             1st of 6   Florida Invitational              7th of 39    Indiana State Invitational       3rd of 17
Michigan State                     L, 16-14    Northern Invitational         2nd of 13                                                   Illini Invitational              8th of 15
                                                                                          Kepler Invitational               3rd of 19
Illinois                       W, 25.5-16.5    Iowa Invitational               3rd of 7                                                  Indianapolis Invitational        1st of 16
                                                                                          Illini Invitational                1st of 12
Northwestern                       W, 25-11    Big Ten Championships          7th of 10                                                  Kepler Invitational             12th of 23
                                                                                          Miami (Ohio) Invitational         4th of 15
Butler National                    7th of 18   NCAA Championships         T-18th of 31                                                   Purdue Invitational              6th of 14
                                                                                          Northern Invitational              1st of 17
Purdue Invitational                 2nd of 8                                                                                             Mid-America Invitational         5th of 15
                                                                                          Indiana Invitational                1st of 9
Central Florida Invitational      2nd of 10                                                                                              Northern Invitational            7th of 16
                                                                  1967                    Northern Invitational              3rd of 11
Illini Invitational               2nd of 11                                                                                              Big Ten Championships          T-8th of 10
                                               Florida Invitational          7th of 20    Purdue Invitational                 1st of 8
Purdue Invitational                1st of 11
                                               DePauw                      W, 31.5-4.5    Big Ten Championships              1st of 10
Kepler Invitational                9th of 24
                                               Illinois                    W, 26.5-9.5    NCAA Championships               22nd of 37                       1978
Mid-America Invitational          2nd of 20
                                               Indiana State                 W, 24-12                                                    DePauw                         W, 595-656
Northern Intercollegiate           5th of 15
                                               Quad Meet                      1st, 769                      1972                         Tri Meet                          1st, 451
Big Ten Championships             3rd of 10
                                               Tri Meet                      1st, 1081    Tennessee Invitational             4th of 9    Colonial Classic                11th of 19
NCAA Championships             T-11th of 30
                                               Ohio State                L, 1096-1103     Kepler Invitational               3rd of 19    Illini Invitational              8th of 13
                                               Tri Meet                       1st, 946    Michigan Invitational             5th of 10    Indianapolis Invitational        1st of 14
                                               Tri Meet                       1st, 788    Miami (Ohio) Invitational         5th of 16    Kepler Invitational             12th of 23

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                                                          Year-By-Year Results
     Purdue Invitational            3rd of 17     Mid-America Invitational            2nd of 20    Big Ten Championships              6th of 10    Iowa Hawkeye Invitational          5th of 12
     Northern Invitational          2nd of 16     Northern Intercollegiate             5th of 15                                                   Kepler Invitational               16th of 16
     Michigan Invitational           5th of 6     Big Ten Championships                4th of 10                     1990                          Big Ten Championships             11th of 11
     Big Ten Championships          5th of 10                                                      Johnny Bench Invitational         18th of 22
                                                                     1985                          Indiana Intercollegiate            2nd of 13                      1995
                       1979                       Indiana State Invitational           1st of 17   Northern Illinois Invitational    11th of 16    WKU/Summit Classic                  1st of 15
     Indiana State Invitational     2nd of 16     Badger Invitational                  4th of 11   Eastern Kentucky Invitational     16th of 18    Marquette Intercollegiate          4th of 18
     Illini Invitational             5th of 15    Butler National                    11th of 18    Kentucky Invitational             23rd of 25    Northern Intercollegiate          18th of 19
     Indianapolis Invitational       4th of 13    Illini Invitational                 2nd of 12    Purdue Invitational                 9th of 12   Colonial Golf Classic               1st of 18
     Kepler Invitational             5th of 23    Purdue Invitational                  1st of 15   Akron Invitational                36th of 36    Fripp Island Invitational         17th of 24
     Northern Invitational          11th of 15    Indiana Invitational                  1st of 8   Kepler Invitational               23rd of 23    Sultan’s Run Intercollegiate        1st of 18
     Purdue Invitational             4th of 16    Mid-America Invitational           12th of 21    Spartan Invitational              15th of 16    Johnny Owens Invitational          8th of 13
     Big Ten Championships           9th of 10    Kepler Invitational                  12 of 24    Big Ten Championships             10th of 10    Ball State Invitational            2nd of 22
                                                  Northern Invitational                5th of 24                                                   Indiana Intercollegiate            6th of 18
                       1980                       Big Ten Championships               2nd of 10                      1991                          Xavier Invitational                4th of 18
     Indiana State Invitational      1st of 18                                                     Northern Iowa Invitational        11th of 17    Kepler Intercollegiate              5th of 23
     Evansville Invitational          1st of 8                       1986                          Johnny Bench Invitational         18th of 20    Kent Invitational                   9th of 19
     Indianapolis Invitational       1st of 15    Badger Invitational                 6th of 12    Indiana Intercollegiate            2nd of 16    Big Ten Championships              2nd of 11
     Illini Invitational             1st of 11    Butler National                     7th of 18    Northern Intercollegiate          11th of 22
     Kepler Invitational             5th of 24    Michigan State Invitational        11th of 11    Eastern Kentucky Invitational     18th of 21                      1996
     Purdue Invitational             4th of 16    Purdue Invitational                   1st of 8   Kentucky Invitational             23rd of 25    Falcon Cross Creek Invitational    9th of 24
     Big Ten Championships           4th of 10    Illinois State                    W, 391-428     Indianapolis Invitational         11th of 18    Wolverine Invitational             4th of 21
                                                  Purdue Invitational                 6th of 14    Indiana Invitational              11th of 13    Northern Intercollegiate           2nd of 18
                       1981                       Marshall Invitational               7th of 18    Akron Zip Invitational            13th of 17    ODU/Sea Scape Collegiate            8th of 20
     Notre Dame Invitational        1st of 119    Kepler Invitational                11th of 21    Kepler Invitational               23rd of 23    Fripp Island Intercollegiate      15th of 24
     Indiana State Invitational       1st of 19   Kentucky Invitational               5th of 12    Wolverine Invitational            15th of 17    Johnny Owens Invitational         2nd of 16
     Colonial Classic                3rd of 23    Mid-America Invitational           10th of 21    Big Ten Championships               9th of 10   Shootout at the Legends             6th of 18
     Kepler Invitational             2nd of 24    Northern Intercollegiate            3rd of 22                                                    Xavier Invitational                4th of 18
     Northern Invitational           2nd of 18    Big Ten Championships               7th of 10                                                    Kepler Intercollegiate            10th of 18
     Schenkel Invitational          17th of 22                                                                       1992
                                                                                                   Butler                           W, 356-375     King Cobra Intercollegiate          6th of 19
     Badger Invitational               1st of 5
                                                                                                   Indiana Intercollegiate            1st of 18    Fossum Invitational                7th of 19
     Big Ten Championships            1st of 10                      1987                                                                          Big Ten Championships               8th of 11
     NCAA Championships           T-25th of 31    U. of Indianapolis Invitational    2nd of 22     Cincinnati Collegiates             7th of 21
                                                  Butler National                    17th of 18    Northern Intercollegiate          17th of 17
                                                  Stetson Invitational                2nd of 16    Buckeye Fall Classic               7th of 12                      1997
                       1982                       Central Florida Invite              3rd of 12    Bradley Fall Classic               8th of 15    Falcon Creek Invitational         24th of 24
     Indiana State Invitational     2nd of 16                                                      Oak Meadow Intercollegiate         6th of 16    Wolverine Invitational            14th of 18
                                                  Purdue Invitational                 3rd of 16
     Notre Dame Invitational         1st of 12                                                     Purdue Invitational                6th of 14    Northern Intercollegiate           5th of 15
                                                  Marshall Invitational               6th of 18
     Purdue Fall Classic              4th of 9                                                     Indiana Invitational              12th of 14    Kroger Invitational               10th of 18
                                                  Kepler Invitational                14th of 23
     Butler National                17th of 19                                                     Firestone Intercollegiate         23rd of 35    Seascape Invitational              9th of 21
                                                  Kentucky Invitational              10th of 18
     SE Intercollegiate             24th of 26                                                     Kepler Invitational               18th of 18    William and Mary Invitational      5th of 22
                                                  Midwestern Invitational             6th of 14
     Kepler Invitational            11th of 24                                                     Wolverine Invitational            15th of 19    The Citadel Invitational           4th of 15
                                                  Northern Intercollegiate             4th of 11
     Michigan Invitational          2nd of 10                                                      Big Ten Championships             11th of 11    Dr. Pepper Intercollegiate        14th of 20
                                                  Big Ten Championships                7th of 10
     Xavier Invitational             7th of 12                                                                                                     Shootout at the Legends           11th of 18
     Northern Invitational          13th of 15                                                                                                     Bruce Fossum Invitational         17th of 21
                                                                     1988                                            1993
     Big Ten Championships         T-3rd of 10                                                                                                     Cobra Intercollegiate              8th of 18
                                                  Indianapolis Invitational           3rd of 20    Indiana Intercollegiate            3rd of 15
                                                                                                   Cincinnati Invitational            7th of 16    Big Ten Championships              8th of 11
                                                  Butler National                    15th of 18
                       1983                       Stetson Invitational                8th of 18    Northern Intercollegiate          19th of 20
     Indiana State Invitational     2nd of 18                                                      Bradley Fall Classic               3rd of 15                      1998
                                                  Eastern Kentucky Classic           10th of 20
     Butler National                 5th of 18                                                     Persimmon Ridge Invitational      18th of 18    ReliaStar Collegiate              12th of 12
                                                  Purdue Invitational                  5th of 8
     Badger Invitational              3rd of 9                                                     Wisconsin                        L, 300-303     Northern Intercollegiate            8th of 17
                                                  Marshall Invitational               9th of 18
     Dixie Invitational              9th of 26                                                     Purdue Invitational                7th of 16    Shootout at the Legends           15th of 18
                                                  Kepler Invitational                10th of 23
     Colonel Invitational           11th of 20                                                     Indiana Invitational              13th of 13    Kroger Intercollegiate            11th of 18
                                                  Zip Invitational                   12th of 18
     Illini Invitational             1st of 15                                                     Bradley Spring Invitational        4th of 20    Seascape Collegiate               12th of 21
                                                  Midwestern Invitational            10th of 15
     Kepler Invitational             6th of 23                                                     Kepler Invitational               20th of 20    Dr. Pepper Intercollegiate        12th of 18
                                                  Northern Intercollegiate           10th of 15
     Xavier Invitational            2nd of 10                                                      Bruce Fossum Invitational         12th of 20    Johnny Owens Invitational          7th of 20
                                                  Big Ten Championships               9th of 10
     Purdue Invitational             1st of 11                                                     Big Ten Championships             11th of 11    Kepler Intercollegiate             7th of 16
     Northern Invitational           9th of 15                                                                                                     Kroger Invitational                2nd of 15
     Badger Invitational              3rd of 8                       1989                                                                          Cobra Collegiate                  10th of 19
                                                  Badger Fall Classic                 6th of 14                      1994
     Big Ten Championships         T-8th of 10                                                                                                     Wolverine Invitational            18th of 18
                                                  Butler National                    18th of 18    Purdue Invitational                1st of 12
                                                                                                   Indiana Intercollegiate            3rd of 11    Big Ten Championships               9th of 11
                                                  Purdue Invitational                 4th of 11
                       1984                       Budget/UCFGolf Classic              8th of 18    Butler Invitational                1st of 11
     Indiana State Invitational      1st of 15                                                     Northern Intercollegiate          18th of 24                      1999
                                                  Eastern Kentucky Invitational       6th of 17
     Butler National                 7th of 18                                                     Persimmon Ridge Invitational      16th of 18    The Ridges Intercollegiate      14th of 14
                                                  Purdue Invitational                  1st of 7
     Purdue Invitational              2nd of 8                                                     Fripp Island Invitational         10th of 19    Missouri Bluffs Intercollegiate  9th of 15
                                                  Kepler Invitational                14th of 22
     Central Invitational           2nd of 10                                                      Sultan’s Run Intercollegiate       5th of 15    Adams Cups                       1st of 18
                                                  Zip Invitational                   10th of 18
     Illini Invitational            2nd of 11                                                      Ball State Invitational            3rd of 23    Mauna Kea Resort Invitational    3rd of 12
                                                  Midwestern Invitational            13th of 15
     Purdue Invitational             1st of 11                                                     Indiana Invitational              11th of 13    San Jose Shoot Out              16th of 18
                                                  Northern Intercollegiate           12th of 15
     Kepler Invitational             9th of 24                                                     Indiana Intercollegiate           12th of 18    UNC Charlotte Birkdale Classic 16th of 18

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                                                      Year-By-Year Results
Pepsi Intercollegiate            11th of 25                     2004                          Adidas Hoosier Invitational   T-3rd of 15
Dr. Pepper Intercollegiate        8th of 19   Badger Invitational                4th of 9     Boilermaker Invitational        7th of 18
Marshall Invitational             7th of 20   Northern Intercollegiate         11th of 15     Big Ten Championships         T-8th of 11
Kepler Intercollegiate          13th of 15    Windon Memorial Classic        T-2nd of 17
Cobra Collegiate                  1st of 19   Alister MacKenzie Invitational    8th of 16                       2009
Big Ten Championships            11th of 11   Landfall Tradition                7th of 12     Wolf Run Intercollegiate     12th of 17
NCAA Regional                   19th Place    Gator Invitational             T-11th of 15     Olympia Fields Invitational  15th of 15
                                              Puerto Rico Classic              13th of 18     Wolverine at Radrick Farms    8th of 14
                  2000                        Palmetto Intercollegiate          6th of 14     Windon Memorial Classic     T-8th of 15
The Ridges Intercollegiate       15th of 15   Boilermaker Invitational          1st of 18     UNCG Bridgestone Collegiate 10th of 15
Northern Intercollegiate          5th of 13   Robert Kepler Intercollegiate     8th of 18
Windon Memorial Classic          11th of 15   Big Ten Championships             4th of 11
Purina/Missouri Classic          11th of 17   NCAA Regional                     7th of 27
Mauna Kea Resort Invitational     3rd of 11   NCAA Championships             T-16th of 30
San Jose Shoot Out               12th of 15
Birkdale Collegiate              13th of 18                     2005
Pepsi Intercollegiate             4th of 21   Radrick Farms Intercollegiate T-1st of 14
Dr. Pepper Intercollegiate       14th of 18   Windon Memorial Classic         T-3rd of 18
Kepler Invitational              12th of 17   Alister MacKenzie Invitational    2nd of 15
Big Ten Championships             2nd of 11   Big Ten/Pac-10 Challenge           9th of 14
                                              Landfall Tradition                3rd of 12
                  2001                        Gator Invitational               10th of 15
PSINET Invitational               3rd of 12   Puerto Rico Invitational         10th of 18
Northern Intercollegiate          1st of 18   General Jim Hackler Invitational 3rd of 12
Pepperdine Intercollegiate        3rd of 11   Hall of Fame Invitational          7th of 19
Duke Classic                    10th of 18    Boilermaker Invitational          2nd of 12
Stanford Invitational           12th of 19    Big Ten Championships              5th of 11
Gator Invite                    13th of 15    NCAA Regional                  T-10th of 27
Puerto Rico Classic             15th of 15    NCAA Championships             T-23rd of 30
Seminole Intercollegiate          7th of 18
Dr. Pepper Intercollegiate        1st of 17                     2006
Kepler Intercollegiate            6th of 17   Cleveland State Invitational     T-4th of 14
First Energy Collegiate           3rd of 19   Gopher Invitational              T-3rd of 11
Big Ten Championships            2nd of 11    Big Ten/Pac-10 Challenge           9th of 14
NCAA Regional                   T-1st of 27   Alister MacKenzie Invitational     3rd of 14
NCAA Championships              28th of 30    Landfall Tradition                 9th of 12
                                              Gator Invitational               T-8th of 15
                  2002                        Puerto Rico Classic              T-7th of 18
Badger Invitational               3rd of 15   Hall of Fame Invitational        T-6th of 17
Purina Classic                    3rd of 15   Boilermaker Invitational          2nd of 12
Nelson Invitational               7th of 15   Robert Kepler Intercollegiate      5th of 15
Golf World Invitational         12th of 15    Big Ten Championships              3rd of 11
Gator Invitational               2nd of 15    NCAA Central Regionals            12th of 27
Puerto Rico Classic               3rd of 15
Johnny Owens Invitational         1st of 18                     2007
Conrad Rehling Invitational     10th of 14    Fighting Illini Invitational        3rd of 12
Kepler Intercollegiate            3rd of 17   Jerry Pate Nat’l Intercollegiate 12th of 12
Big Ten Championships             3rd of 11   Landfall Tradition                  3rd of 12
NCAA Regional                   T-1st of 21   Aloha Purdue Collegiate             3rd of 12
NCAA Championships                7th of 30   Gator Invitational                 14th of 14
                                              Puerto Rico Classic                15th of 18
                  2003                        Gen. Jim Hackler Invitational T-12th of 18
Carpet Capital Classic          18th of 18    Boilermaker Invitational           2nd of 12
NCAA Fall Preview               15th of 15    Western Intercollegiate             1st of 18
Landfall Tradition                5th of 12   Morris Williams Intercollegiate 13th of 14
Hooters Match Play       Consolation Finals   Boilermaker Invitational         T-2nd of 15
The Gator                         3rd of 16   Robert Kepler Invitational        T-8th of 16
Puerto Rico Classic             15th of 18    Big Ten Championships               3rd of 11
Conrad Rehling Invitational     10th of 13    NCAA Central Regional              19th of 27
Furman Intercollegiate            3rd of 22
Augusta State Invitational        9th of 12                     2008
Kepler Intercollegiate            7th of 16   Rutherford Intercollegiate    1st of 12
Big Ten Championships             5th of 11   Wolf Run Intercollegiate      8th of 14
                                              Fighting Illini Invitational 14th of 15
                                              Mason Rudolph Men’s Champ. 11th of 17
                                              Windon Memorial Classic       6th of 15
                                              Puerto Rico Classic          14th of 15
                                              Linger Longer Invitational    7th of 13

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