2013 Program - 34th ANNUAL SCHENKEL INVITATIONAL

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					            If you can play well here, you can play well anywhere
                    The following players finished in the top-10 at the Schenkel Invitational during their collegiate careers
                   Major Wins (13)
Curtis Strange (Wake Forest)   US Open      1988, 1989
Andy North (Florida)           US Open      1978, 1985
Jerry Pate (Alabama)           US Open            1976
Jeff Sluman (Florida State)    PGA                1988
Hal Sutton (Centenary)         PGA                1983
Mark Calcevecchia (Florida)    British Open       1989
Bob Tway (Oklahoma State)      PGA                1986
David Toms (LSU)               PGA                2001
Todd Hamilton (Oklahoma)       British Open       2004
Lucas Glover (Clemson)         US Open            2009
Bubba Watson (Georgia)         The Masters        2012
      Tour ChaMpionship/Fedex Cup Wins (6)
      Curtis Strange ( Wake Forest)          1988
      Jodie Mudd (Georgia Southern)          1990
      Hal Sutton (Centenary)                 1998                 Andy North                    Bob Tway                    Jodie Mudd
      Jim Gallagher Jr. (Tennessee)          1993
      Camilo Villegas (Florida)              2008
      Bill Haas (Wake Forest)                2011                                                          u.s. aMaTeur ChaMpions (7)
                                                                                                    Jerry Pate (Alabama)                 1974
                                                                                                    John Cook (Ohio State)               1978
                                                                                                    Hal Sutton (Centenary)               1980
                                                                                                    Scott Verplank (Oklahoma St.)        1984
                                                                                                    Buddy Alexander (Georgia Southern)   1986
                                                                                                    Chris Patton (Clemson)               1989
                                                                                                    Bubba Dickerson (Florida)            2001
                                                                                                               nCaa ChaMpions (8)
                                                                                                    Curtis Strange (Wake Forest)         1974
                                                                                                    Jay Haas (Wake Forest)               1975
                                                                                                    Gary Hallberg (Wake Forest)          1979
                                                                                                    John Inman (UNC)                     1984
                                                                                                    Scott Verplank (Oklahoma St.)        1986
          John Cook                        Scott Verplank                      Chip Beck            Brian Watts (Oklahoma)               1987
                                                                                                    Matt Hill (NC State)                 2009
                         pGa Tour Wins (229)                                                        John Petterson (LSU)                 2011
Billy Andrade (Wake Forest) - 4      Billy Kratzer (Georgia) - 4
Woody Austin (Miami) - 3             Steve Lowery (Alabama) - 3
Andy Bean (Florida) - 11             Len Mattiace (Wake Forest) - 2
Chip Beck (Georgia) - 4              Jodie Mudd (Georgia Southern) - 4
Michael Bradley (Oklahoma St.) - 4   Andy North (Floridia) - 3
Bob Byman (Wake Forest) - 1          Jerry Pate (Alabama) - 8
Jonathan Byrd (Clemson) - 5          Chris Perry (Ohio State) - 1
Mark Calcevecchia (Florida) - 13     Carl Pettersson (NC State) - 4
John Cook (Ohio State) - 11          Joey Sindelar (Ohio State) - 7
Luke Donald (Northwestern) - 5       Jeff Sluman (Florida State) - 6
Jim Gallagher Jr. (Tennessee) - 5    Curtis Strange (Wake Forest) - 17
Lucas Glover (Clemson) - 3           Hal Sutton (Centenary) - 14
Ken Green (Florida) - 5              David Toms (LSU) - 13
Bill Haas (Wake Forest) - 3          D.J. Trahan (Clemson) - 2
Jay Haas (Wake Forest) - 9           Ted Tryba (Ohio State) - 2
Gary Hallberg (Wake Forest) - 3      Bob Tway (Oklahoma St.) - 8
Todd Hamilton (Oklahoma) - 2         Scott Verplank (Oklahoma St.) - 5
Scott Hoch (Wake Forest) - 11        Camilo Villegas (Florida) - 3
Mike Hulbert (ETSU) - 3              Graint Waite (Oklahoma) - 1
John Inman (UNC) - 2                 Bubba Watson (Georgia) - 4
Chris Kirk (Georgia) - 1             Willie Wood (Oklahoma St.) - 1
Kenny Knox (Florida State) - 3       Robert Wrenn (Wake Forest) - 1
                                                                                   Scott Hoch                          Billy Kratzer
Gary Koch (Florida) - 6
                                                                                                                                                              Tournament Schedule
                                 SCHEDULE OF EVENTS
                                                                                                                             What coaches are saying about the Schenkel...
Wednesday, March 13
Patrons/Georgia Southern Golf Blitz .........................................1 p.m.                              “Thank you, thank you, thank you. Everything was perfect as always.
Thursday, March 14                                                                                               It really is a privilege for our team to compete in the Schenkel. There
Practice Round ......................................................................Tee Times
                                                                                                                 is not a better collegiate event in the country.”
Coaches Meeting .................................................................9-9:15 a.m.
Lunch .........................................................................................1-3 p.m.                          - Coach Brian Craig, University of Kentucky
Phi Mu/Players Cookout
   Bishop Building, GSU Campus .........................................7-9 p.m.                                 “The Schenkel is and has always been one of my favorite events.
Patrons and Coaches Barbeque                                                                                     There aren’t many tournaments in which the town and club all get
   Hosts Biff and Adria Thompson ........................................7-9 p.m.
                                                                                                                 involved. Thanks for all the hard work.”
Friday, March 15
Breakfast ..........................................................................7:30-9:30 a.m.                                         - Coach Ernest Ross, Ole Miss
Round 1 ............................................................... Tee Times, 9-11 a.m.
Lunch .........................................................................................1-3 p.m.          “We all love coming to Statesboro and playing in the Schenkel. It is
Patrons and Coaches Reception                                                                                    Southern Hospitality at its finest. The guys talk about your event all
  Russell Union Student Center, GSU Campus ........ 6:30-7:15 p.m.
Patrons, Coaches and Players Dinner                                                                              year.”
  Russell Union Student Center, GSU Campus ........ 7:30-8:30 p.m.                                                          - Coach Scott Schroeder, University of North Florida
Saturday, March 16
Breakfast ..........................................................................7:30-9:30 a.m.               “Thank you for including us in what was, once again, a first class
Round 2 ............................................................... Tee Times, 9-11 a.m.                     tournament in every way. Your Schenkel is a highlight event.”
Patrons, Coaches and Players Cookout ................ 11:30 a.m.- 3 p.m.
                                                                                                                                       - Coach Jim Kubinski, Notre Dame
Sunday, March 17
Breakfast ................................................................. 7:30 am - 9:30 a.m.                  “I love how the community is so involved with the Schenkel, and the
Round 3 ............................................................... Tee Times, 8-10 a.m.
Lunch ...................................................... Immediately Following Play                          hospitality is second to none.”
Awards Ceremony .............................................Approximately 3 p.m.                                                 - Coach Jay Seawell, University of Alabama
*All events at Forest Heights Country Club unless otherwise noted
                                                                                                                 “The tradition of the Schenkel really is so neat. It’s a first-class tourna-
                           TOUrNamENT QUiCk FaCTS
                                                                                                                 ment that the community supports and embraces. We are honored to
Format .......................................................................................54 holes
                                                                                                                 participate.”
.....................................................(18 Friday, 18 Saturday, 18 Sunday)
Tournament Site ................................. Forest Heights Country Club                                                  - Coach Scott Limbaugh, Vanderbilt University
........................................................................................Statesboro, Ga.
                                                                                                                 “Congratulations on a job very well done at the Schenkel. Every de-
Course Dimensions .......................................................... 6, 962 yards
.......................................................................................................Par 72    tail was accounted for, and the overall atmosphere was simply second
Year Country Club Established ...................................................1947                            to none. Our players have a great time at your event.”
Tournament Inaugural Year .........................................................1971
                                                                                                                               - Coach Buddy Alexander, University of Florida
                                             2012 rECap                                                          “The Schenkel is one of the best events in college golf, and we always
Team Champion .................................................................... Alabama
......................................................................... 268-269-280=817 (-47)                  look forward to returning to such a great event.”
Individual Champion ........................................Ben Kohles, Virginia                                                - Coach Bowen Sargent, University of Virginia
................................................................................65-66-67=198 (-18)
                                                                                                                                                 TabLE OF CONTENTS
                                2013 OUTLOOk                                                                    Schedule/Quick Facts......................1 Georgia Southern/Kentucky ........10
Host School .............................................................Georgia Southern                       The Schenkel Invitational ........... 2-4 Maryland/Ole Miss .......................11
Participating Schools.......................................15 (Golweek ranking)                                Legends of the Schenkel .................5 North Florida/North Texas ..........12
Alabama (3), UAB (70), Central Florida (45), College of Charles-                                                Schenkel Champions.......................6 Notre Dame/Texas.........................13
ton (84), Florida (10), Georgia Southern (50), Kentucky (48),                                                   Rankings/Notes/Alabama ..............7 Vanderbilt/Virginia .......................14
Maryland (99), Ole Miss (69), North Florida (16), North Texas                                                   UAB/Central Florida .......................8 2012 Review ...................................15
(33), Notre Dame (122), Texas (2), Vanderbilt (36) and Virginia                                                 CofC/Florida ....................................9 All-time Schenkel Results.......16-22
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    The Schenkel Invitational

    Remembering When It All Started...
      By Pat Murphey                                                                                     with the community that he
                                                                                                         remembered so fondly. That year,
      What event first put Georgia Southern sports on a national                                         the late Charles “Cholly” Robbins
stage? Think tall pines, azaleas, and springtime. Think fairways,                                        and his family made their annual
bunkers, and greens. Think of an easy-going man with a smooth                                            springtime trip to Augusta National.
baritone voice who brought us our first vision of Arnold Palmer                                          When his good friend, Savannahian
hiking his pants as he strode down the fairways at Augusta                                               Leo Beckman, who famously called
National. There’s hardly a golfer in the Southeast who doesn’t                                           the 18th green at The Masters,
know what started it all. The Chris Schenkel E-Z-GO Collegiate                                           spotted Robbins after one of the
Invitational, which held its inaugural competition at Forest Heights                                     rounds, he invited him for a drink
Country Club in 1971, proudly holds that distinction.                                                    and introduced him to the legendary
      Today, however, few may realize that Georgia Southern’s                                            broadcaster. When Schenkel learned
pigskin revival of the 1980s was not the first time a “town and                                          that Robbins was from Statesboro,
gown” alliance brought top flight intercollegiate competition to                  Chris Schenkel         he surprised him with his knowledge
our city. For nearly 100 years, our civic and university leaders have                                    of the city as “the home of Georgia
understood how important they are to one another. Their mutual            Teacher’s College and Sweetheart Circle.”
endeavors have produced a quality of life unique for a municipality            Robbins came home inspired with a brainchild that eventually
this size, whose citizens reap the benefits of exposure to first class    would bring his hometown and Georgia Southern national
art, entertainment, scholarship, and athletics.                           recognition. A savvy businessman who recognized opportunity’s
      It all began with a couple of synchronous events. During            serendipitous knock, Cholly called his friend Ric Mandes to discuss
World War II, the U.S. Army sent a young Indiana lad to a language        ways they could get Schenkel back to Statesboro. Their first idea was
institute at the Georgia Teachers College. During his nine-month          to name the medalist’s trophy from a high school golf tournament
sojourn, while he lived in Sanford Hall overlooking beautiful             held at Forest Heights Country Club after the broadcaster, and, in
Sweetheart Circle, Chris Schenkel forged a bond with Statesboro           the spring of 1969, Schenkel flew to Statesboro to present the Chris
that, although dormant for a few years, would last a lifetime.            Schenkel Trophy to its inaugural winner, Screven County’s Pat
      After the war, Schenkel embarked on what would become               Lane. He returned the following season to crown the competition’s
perhaps the most distinguished career in the history of sports            second champion, Statesboro’s Jody Stubbs.
broadcasting, one that included a number of “firsts” and “bests.”              Then, Georgia Southern president John O. Eidson, Athletics
He was the first to cover The Masters on television (1956), the first     Director J.I. Clements, Mandes, Robbins, and community leaders
to anchor a live telecast of the Olympics (Mexico 1968), and the first    such as Bo Hook, Hal Averitt, Clem Raith, and Bill Cook, along
to call a nationally broadcast college football game. In fact, for over   with many others, saw the potential for bigger things, something
two decades, when Chris Schenkel                                                                           that might put the school and the
and ABC Television broadcast a                                                                             city on the national map.
school’s home game, it was the same                                                                              They were right. Once again,
kind of “happening” – at least for                                                                         Statesboro’s and Georgia Southern’s
that era – as when ESPN’s Gameday                                                                          visionary leaders hit one right on
visits a campus today. Schenkel                                                                            the “sweet spot.” From its inception
was truly “The Voice of College                                                                            in 1971 until a ten year hiatus that
Football.” By the time he’d finished                                                                       began in 1989, the Schenkel grew to
his lifework, he had been inducted                                                                         become one of the most prestigious
into sixteen halls of fame and had                                                                         intercollegiate golf events in the
received an Emmy for Lifetime                                                                              country.
Achievement. But during all those                                                                                Having their competition
years, he never forgot the hospitality                                                                     named for a world-class celebrity
that he’d enjoyed during his sojourn                                                                       gave it instant credibility, but it
in Sanford Hall.                                                                                           was the unique way the organizers
      During the 1968 Masters,                                                                             ran the event that made it special.
a chance encounter with one of                                                                             Beginning a tradition that continues
Statesboro’s leading citizens resulted                                                                     to this day, they made hospitality
in Schenkel becoming reacquainted                                                                          as much a part of the tournament

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as chip shots and birdie putts. In fact, it was as much social affair         announcements, and tidings of new births.
as athletic contest – not that the competition wasn’t fierce – with                  But the ingredient most vital to the Schenkel’s success is the
an agenda that provided the golfers with a welcome break from the             level of competition. With Chris Schenkel’s name and endorsement,
“strictly business” atmosphere of big time college athletics.                 the tournament began drawing championship caliber teams to
      From the beginning, a local family hosted each team, a tradition Statesboro from the outset. A call to then Florida coach Buster
that lives. Some clans have entertained the same school for years             Bishop secured a commitment from the Gators and another to his
and have established relationships that extend far beyond the 18th            friend Arnold Palmer helped convince Coach Jessie Haddock to
green; for example, Billy and Hilda                                                                                 bring traditional collegiate golfing
Rushing with Ohio State; Wayne                                                                                      power Wake Forest into the fold.
and Kristen Akins with Georgia;                                                                                     Then, Clements, Robbins, and Don
Walter and Dottie Garvin with                                                                                       McDougald flew to the NCAA
South Carolina; and Alan and                                                                                        golf championships and hand
Debbie Tyson with Florida. A                                                                                        delivered invitations to the 1971
typical weekend begins with the                                                                                     competition. Over the years, the
host family providing a welcome                                                                                     very best teams in the Southeast,
basket or goodies for their team as                                                                                 along with a sprinkling of such
they check-in to the hotel. Then                                                                                    national powers as Oklahoma
formal festivities open with a BBQ                                                                                  State, Ohio State, The University
on Thursday night for patrons and                                                                                   of Southern California, and
coaches, and a banquet on Friday                                                                                    Northwestern, made the Schenkel
night that every team attends.                                                                                      an annual stop. Head coaches from
                                            Former GSU President Dr. Dale Lick (left) with the Wake Forest team.
      But, what is Southern                                                                                         these schools consistently ranked
hospitality without Southern belles? Among the players favorite               the Schenkel among the top three NCAA events.
Schenkel amenities are the Phi Mu sisters who help host the event.                   In addition to drawing great programs, the Schenkel has been a
The sorority assigns a hostess to each team. They add an extra sweet          proving ground for some of the game’s best players. Jay Haas, Andy
touch to the golfers’ weekend by baking cookies or cakes for them             Bean, Jerry Pate, Andy North, Bob Tway, Scott Verplank, Curtis
and then cheering them on during play. Like all athletes, golfers             Strange, Mark Calcavecchia and Georgia Southern greats Jody Mudd,
enjoy performing in front of appreciative spectators, especially those        Gene Sauers, Mike Donald, and Buddy Alexander are just a few who
who enhance an already beautiful environment.                                 went on to star on the PGA tour.
      Often these relationships don’t end when the last putt drops                   It’s no mystery why the tournament grew in popularity over the
into the cup. Like the family hosts, many a Phi Mu has formed                 years. Lured by the chance to participate in one of the NCAA’s most
a lasting friendship with the players they’ve hosted, keeping up              celebrated events and the fact that the Eagles received reciprocal
with one another through birthday and Christmas cards, wedding                invitations to play in other prestigious competitions, some of the
                                                                                                        best junior golfers in the U.S. chose Georgia
                                                                                                        Southern during the glory years of the
                                                                                                        Schenkel. Consequently, the Eagles developed
                                                                                                        a top-level program.
                                                                                                              But, suddenly, in 1989, a scheduling
                                                                                                        conflict with the ACC Tournament forced
                                                                                                        it to shut down, a misfortune that almost
                                                                                                        destroyed the Georgia Southern program
                                                                                                        in the process. With the demise of the
                                                                                                        tournament, recruiting and funding pipelines
                                                                                                        dried up. GSU golf spent the next decade on
                                                                                                        life support.
                                                                                                              That situation lasted until 1999, when,
                                                                                                        once again the community and the school
                                                                                                        came together to resurrect a great local
                                                                                                        tradition. Mike Perpich called Ric Mandes,
                                                                                                        and together they arranged to meet with
                                                                                                        Robbins and Phil Morris. This group, along
                                                                                                        with businessman Billy Griffis, GSU Athletic
                                                                                                        Director Sam Baker, and a host of other civic
                                                                                                        leaders joined forces to restart the Schenkel.

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      Crucial to their efforts was securing a sponsor. With such                  The Eagles’ golf program has undergone resurgence as well.
prestige on the line, Augusta’s E-Z-GO golf cart company stepped in         One half of each tournament’s net proceeds go to a scholarship fund,
to add its name and financial support. So, on March 27-28, 1999, one        money that has helped current Coach Larry Mays restore the team to
of Statesboro’s, Bulloch County’s, and Georgia Southern’s proudest          its rightful place among the nation’s elite. They won the school’s first
traditions teed off on a course that had only gotten better during the      Southern Conference title in 2003, and the Eagles have again become
hiatus. Forest Heights general Manager Stacy Webb had overseen a            a fixture in NCAA postseason play. In addition, recent alum Aron
1993 Bob Cupp redesign of the course that had made its undulating           Price won his professional debut when he finished first in the 2005
fairways and greens even more beautiful and challenging.                    Grey Goose Tournament held in Port St. Lucie, Florida. None of
      It was as if the Schenkel had never gone away. Ten years had          these accomplishments would have been possible without the efforts
not been enough to make coaches – many of whom had played                   of those who brought championship golf back to Statesboro.
here as undergraduates – and athletic directors forget what a fine                And so, some order has been restored to the college golfing
tournament it had been. Griffis, Baker, and the others had no trouble       world. Thanks to the civic-minded men and women who love
securing commitments from ten teams that had finished in the top 25         Statesboro and its hometown university, our city can once again
the previous year and whose rosters included eight individuals who          boast of an event as fine as any in the country.
made All American that season. In fact, the field was so impressive               On Sept. 11, 2005, Chris Schenkel, an unassuming pioneer in
that The Rolex Collegiate Golf Tour added the Schenkel to its list          sports broadcasting, passed away at the age of 82. In the years since
of tournaments used to determine NCAA individual and team                   his 1999 appearance, unable to travel, Schenkel always kept in touch
rankings. When Griffis first called to inquire about getting on the list,   with his Statesboro friends and, of course, eagerly awaited the results
Rolex told him that he’d have to go to the end of a long waiting list.      of the Schenkel E-Z-GO Invitational each March.
“But once I told them who we had coming, they moved us up and
put us in immediately,” Griffis recalls.
      Schenkel traveled to Statesboro in 1999 when E-Z-GO                   Credits: This article originally appeared in the March/April 2006
committed to sponsor the Invitational. The tandem of Schenkel and           issue of Statesboro Magazine, Statesboro, Georgia, and cannot be
Coach Erk Russell at that year’s banquet, along with Michael Braz           reproduced in any media without written permission. For reprint
at the piano, produced one of the most memorable events ever.               permission, send an e-mail to
Just months later, Schenkel would deliver the eulogy for Robbins,           editor@statesboromagazine.com or call (912) 489-2181.
his friend and fellow catalyst for one of the best collegiate golf
tournaments in the nation.




                                                                                                                              Oklahoma State holds
                                                                                                                              the most team titles at
                                                                                                                              the Schenkel Invitation-
                                                                                                                              al, claiming six crowns.




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                                                                                                         Legends of the Schenkel
For 33 years, the Schenkel Invitational has attracted the top teams and                              Keep an eye on...
players around the country. Taking a look back in history, there are
                                                                            name         School     Won Schenkel   Turned pro   pGa Tour events Top-10s
several individual champions of the Schenkel that have gone on to have      Chris Kirk   Georgia       2004          2007             68          10
outstanding careers on the PGA Tour.                                        Matt Every   Florida       2007          2006             59           8
                                                                            Ben Kohles   Virginia      2012          2012             5            0
               bubba Watson - bagdad, Fla. - Georgia
                       Won the Schenkel in 2000                                                                                    bubba Watson
Won The Masters in 2012 and has posted four PGA Tour Wins and
28 top-10 finishes in 173 events during his 12-year career. Watson
represented the United States in the Ryder Cup in 2010 and 2012 and in
the Presidents Cup in 2011. He posted a 2-2 record in the 2012 Ryder
Cup and a 1-3 mark in 2010.

          Scott Verplank - Dallas, Texas - Oklahoma State
                      Won the Schenkel in 1984
While a collegiate student-athlete, Verplank became the first amateur
to win a PGA Tour event since 1956 when he took the title at the
Western Open. Verplank has five PGA Tour wins and two Ryder Cup
appearances in 2002 and 2006. He has recorded top-10 finishes in every
Major Championship and has earned 27 top-3 and 94 top-10 finishes
since he turned pro in 1986.

        bob Tway - Oklahoma City, Okla. - Oklahoma State
                     Won the Schenkel in 1981
Tway turned professional in 1981, recorded eight PGA Tour victories
and spent 25 weeks in the top-10 of the Official World Golf Rankings.
He won the PGA Championship over Greg Norman in 1986 off a
greenside bunker on the 18th hole of the final day. Tway was named the
PGA Player of the Year in 1986.

          Hal Sutton - Shreveport, La. - Centenary College
                       Won the Schenkel in 1980
Sutton won his first PGA Tour event at the 1982 Walt Disney World
Golf Classic in a playoff with Bill Britton. His first and only major win
came a year later at the PGA Championship. Sutton was ranked in the
top-10 of the Official World Golf Rankings for over 50 weeks from
1986-87 and then again from 1999-2001. He played on four United
States Ryder Cup teams and was named non-playing captain of the
team in 2004. Sutton played in 646 PGA Tour events since turning
professional in 1981, earning 14 first-place finishes and 124 top-10
placings.
                                                                                 Hal Sutton (left) and former GSU president Dr. Dale Lick
                  andy bean - Lafayette, Ga. - Florida
                        Won the Schenkel in 1977
Bean took his career to the professional ranks in 1975 and played on
the United States Ryder Cup team in 1979 and 1987. After competing in
343 PGA Tour events, he currently plays on the Champions Tour. Bean
has 11 first-place finishes in his career and holds three Champions Tour
victories.

              Curtis Strange - Norfolk, Va. - Wake Forest
                       Won the Schenkel in 1974
A member of the World Golf Hall of Fame, Strange spent over 200
weeks in the top-10 of the golf rankings. He is considered one of the
best golfers of the 1980s, when he won 16 of his 17 PGA Tour titles. He
won back-to-back U.S. Opens in 1988 and 1989 and topped the tour
money list in 1985 and 1987. In 1988, he became the first player to win
a million dollars on the Tour in a single season. Strange played in 596
PGA Tour events, winning 17 and finishing in the top-10 129 times.
                                                                                  Former GSU aD J.i. Clements and Curtis Strange (right)

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    All-Time Champions
 TEam CHampiONS aND rUNNErS-Up                                                   iNDiViDUaL CHampiONS                                                           SCHENkEL aLL-TimE rECOrDS
2012 Alabama .................................. 817 (-47)       2012 ...... Ben Kohles, Virginia ...........................198 (-18)      Team Championships
     Virginia ................................... 839 (-25)     2011 ...... Bank Vongvanij, Florida.......................207 (-9)         6 .... Oklahoma State ....................................1980, 1981, 1982,
2011 Auburn.................................... 848 (-16)       2010 ...... *Jonathan Randolph, Ole Miss ............211 (-5)              .........................................................................1983, 1984, 1987
     Florida ..................................... 848 (-16)    2009 ...... Matt Hill, NC State ................................209 (-7)   6 .... Wake Forest ..........................................1972, 1974, 1976,
2010 Auburn...................................... 862 (-2)      2008 ...... George Bryan IV, South Carolina .......208 (-8)                .........................................................................1978, 1986, 2003
     North Florida ........................... 863 (-1)         2007 ...... Chris Kirk, Georgia ...............................210 (-6)    5 .... Georgia ..................................................1971, 1977, 2000,
2009 South Carolina ........................ 865 (+1)           2006 ...... Matt Harmon, Michigan State .............207 (-9)              ................................................................................... 2001, 2007
     Tennessee, NC State ............... 867 (+3)               2005 ...... *Mark Anderson, South Carolina .......215 (-1)                 3 .... Florida ....................................................1973, 1975, 2004
2008 Alabama .................................. 849 (-15)       2004 ...... Matt Every, Florida................................207 (-9)    2 .... Clemson ........................................................... 1988, 1999
     Florida ....................................... 856 (-8)   2003 ...... Brent Wanner, Wake Forest .................207 (-9)            2 .... Alabama ........................................................... 2008, 2012
2007 Georgia.................................... 854 (-10)      2002 ...... Justin Walters, NC State .......................207 (-9)       2 .... Auburn ............................................................. 2010, 2011
     Alabama .................................... 860 (-4)      2001 ...... Nick Cassini, Georgia............................210 (-6)
2006 North Carolina ........................ 857 (-7)           2000 ...... Bubba Watson, Georgia ......................203 (-13)          Low Team Score (54 Holes)
     Florida ....................................... 859 (-5)   1999 ...... *Steve Scott, Florida ..............................211 (-5)   817 (-47) .........Alabama ................................................... 2012
2005 Duke ......................................... 868 (+4)    1989 ...... *Richie Bryant, Georgia Southern .......208 (-8)               829 (-39) .........Wake Forest ............................................. 1986
     Auburn..................................... 869 (+5)       1988 ...... Kevin Johnson, Clemson ......................209 (-7)          829 (-35) .........Georgia .................................................... 2000
2004 Florida ....................................... 859 (-5)   1987 ...... *Doug Martin, Oklahoma ....................210 (-6)            839 (-29) .........Mississippi ............................................... 1985
     Georgia..................................... 869 (+5)      1986 ...... #Chris Kite, Wake Forest ....................195 (-21)         842 (-26) .........Clemson ................................................... 1986
2003 Wake Forest ........................... 844 (-20)          1985 ...... *Eric Rebmann, Tennessee .................205 (-11)            839 (-25) .........Virginia .................................................... 2012
     Clemson .................................. 847 (-17)       1984 ...... Scott Verplank, Oklahoma State..........208 (-8)               844 (-24) .........Oklahoma State....................................... 1985
2002 Augusta State .......................... 865 (+1)          1983 ...... Tommy Moore, Oklahoma State .........210 (-6)                  844 (-20) .........Wake Forest ............................................. 2003
     Wake Forest ............................ 867 (+3)          1982 ...... Willie Wood, Oklahoma State .............212 (-4)
2001 Georgia.................................... 854 (-10)      1981 ...... Bob Tway, Oklahoma State ..................207 (-9)            Low Team Score (18 Holes)
     Georgia Southern .................... 858 (-6)             1980 ...... *Hal Sutton, Centenary.........................212 (-4)        268 (-20) .........Alabama ................................................... 2012
2000 Georgia.................................... 829 (-35)      1979 ...... Gary Hallberg, Wake Forest ...............205 (-11)            269 (-19) .........Alabama ................................................... 2012
     Clemson .................................. 846 (-18)       1978 ...... *Robert Wrenn, Wake Forest ...............211 (-5)             270 (-18) .........Georgia .................................................... 2000
1999 Clemson ................................... 869 (+5)       1977 ...... Jim Becker, Georgia.............................206 (-10)      270 (-18) .........North Carolina State .............................. 2000
     Georgia..................................... 869 (+5)      1976 ...... Phil Hancock, Florida .........................202 (-14)
1989 Louisiana State ....................... 852 (-12)          1975 ...... Andy Bean, Florida..............................199 (-17)      Highest Championship Score
     Clemson .................................. 853 (-11)       1974 ...... Curtis Strange, Wake Forest .................208 (-8)          869 (+5)...........Clemson ................................................... 1999
1988 Clemson .................................. 854 (-10)       1973 ...... Jimmy Ellis, Georgia Southern ............208 (-8)             868 (+4)...........Duke ......................................................... 2005
     Wake Forest ............................. 855 (-9)         1972 ...... Jim Simons, Wake Forest ......................207 (-9)         867 (+3)...........Georgia .................................................... 1971
1987 Oklahoma State ..................... 848 (-16)             1971 ...... Sammy Rachels, Columbus Coll..........211 (-5)                 865 (+1)...........Wake Forest ............................................. 1978
     Oklahoma ............................... 852 (-12)         * -- won in playoff                                                        865 (+1)...........Augusta State........................................... 2002
1986 Wake Forest ........................... 825 (-39)          # -- tournament record                                                     865 (+1)...........South Carolina ........................................ 2009
     Clemson .................................. 842 (-22)
                                                                       GEOrGia SOUTHErN iN THE SCHENkEL
1985 Mississippi .............................. 839 (-25)       YEar    FiNiSH        SCOrE     GSU TOp iNDiViDUaL               SCOrE     Low Individual Score (54 Holes)
     Oklahoma State ..................... 844 (-20)             2012    11th   878 (+14)        Will Evans, T27                 216 (E)    195 (-21) .........Chris Kite, Wake Forest ......................... 1986
1984 Oklahoma State ..................... 854 (-10)             2011    T7th   880 (+14)        Matt Deal, T20th              218 (+2)     198 (-18) .........Ben Kohles, Virginia .............................. 2012
     Mississippi ................................ 855 (-9)      2010    12th   883 (+19)        Logan Blondell, T6th           213 (-3)    199 (-17) .........Andy Bean, Florida ................................ 1975
1983 Oklahoma State ....................... 862 (-2)            2009     6th   876 (+12)        Drew Lethem, T11th               216 (E)   200 (-16) .........Peter Persons, Georgia ........................... 1986
                                                                2008    T5th    865 (+6)        Logan Blondell, 3rd            210 (-6)
     Ohio State ................................. 863 (-1)                                                                                 202 (-14) .........Phil Hancock, Florida ............................ 1975
                                                                2007     7th   887 (+23)        Bryan Jones, T7th                216 (E)
1982 Oklahoma State ....................... 860 (-4)            2006    T13th 890 (+26)         Bryan Jones, T25th            220 (+4)     202 (-14) .........Phil Hancock, Florida ............................ 1976
     Tennessee ................................ 873 (+9)        2005     5th   883 (+19)        Jon David Kennedy, T1st        215 (-1)
1981 Oklahoma State ....................... 861 (-3)            2004     11th  884 (+20)        Kurt Watkins, T10th              216 (E)   Low Individual Score (18 Holes)
     Wake Forest ............................ 870 (+6)          2003     11th  879 (+15)        Travis Mobley, T32nd          218 (+2)     63 (-9)..............Andy Bean, Florida ................................ 1975
1980 Oklahoma State ....................... 862 (-2)            2002     10th  885 (+21)        Travis Mobley, 8th               216 (E)   63 (-9)..............Darren Cole, Mississippi ....................... 1985
                                                                2001     2nd    858 (-6)        Travis Mobley, 7th             213 (-3)
     Florida ....................................... 862 (-2)                                                                              63 (-9)..............Chris Kite, Wake Forest ......................... 1986
                                                                2000     14th  882 (+18)        Matt Stroud, T25th            217 (+1)
1979 Florida State ........................... 854 (-10)        1999    T13th 906 (+42)         Blake Adams, T10th             218 (+2)
                                                                                                                                           63 (-9)..............Richie Bryant, Georgia Southern ......... 1989
     Georgia Southern ................... 870 (+6)              1989     3rd    860 (-4)        Richie Bryant, 1st             208 (-8)
1978 Wake Forest ............................ 865 (+1)          1988      5th   865 (+1)        Mitchell Partridge, T6th       212 (-4)    Highest Medalist Score
     Georgia................................... 874 (+10)       1987    T11th 877 (+13)         Steve Ford, T10th              214 (-2)    215 (-1)............Mark Anderson, South Carolina .......... 2005
1977 Georgia.................................... 847 (-17)      1986     12th  874 (+10)        Marion Dantzler, T41st         219 (+3)    212 (-4)............Willie Wood, Oklahoma State .............. 1982
     Georgia Southern .................... 859 (-5)             1985     12th  874 (+10)        Marion Dantzler, T17th         213 (-3)    212 (-4)............Hal Sutton, Centenary ........................... 1980
                                                                1984     12th  877 (+13)        Marion Dantzler, T30th         219 (+3)
1976 Wake Forest ......................... 1058 (-22)                                                                                      211 (-5)............Sammy Rachels, Columbus ................... 1971
                                                                1983      6th   873 (+9)        Tripp Kuhlke, T6th             215 (-1)
     Louisiana State ..................... 1061 (-19)           1982    T13th 902 (+38)         Danny Eckles, T11th            219 (+3)    211 (-5)............Robert Wrenn, Wake Forest .................. 1978
1975 Florida ................................... 1059 (-21)     1981      8th  887 (+23)        Jodie Mudd, 6th                215 (-1)    211 (-5)............Steve Scott, Florida ................................. 1999
     Wake Forest ......................... 1061 (-19)           1980     3rd    872 (+8)        Jodie Mudd, T4th               214 (-2)    211 (-5)............Jonathan Randolph, Ole Miss ............... 2010
1974 Wake Forest ......................... 1070 (-10)           1979     2nd    870 (+6)        Jodie Mudd, T4th               213 (-3)
     Florida ..................................... 1076 (-4)    1978      7th  892 (+28)        Mike Donald, T20th             221 (+5)
                                                                1977     2nd     859 (-5)       Ken Krieger, 3rd               208 (-8)
1973 Florida ....................................... 857 (-7)
                                                                1976     3rd  1065 (-15)        Gary Duren, 3rd                207 (-9)
     Georgia..................................... 867 (+3)      1975      4th   1080 (E)        Buddy Alexander, 3rd          203 (-13)
1972 Wake Forest ........................... 847 (-17)          1974      5th 1095 (+15)        Buddy Alexander, T6th           213 (-3)
     Georgia...................................... 858 (-6)     1973      4th  875 (+11)        Jimmy Ellis, 1st                208 (-8)
1971 Georgia..................................... 867 (+3)      1972      5th  879 (+15)        John Melnik, T23rd             221 (+5)
     Florida ...................................... 873 (+9)    1971     3rd   882 (+18)        Pat Lane, T6th                   216 (E)



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               SchenKel By The numBerS                                GolfWeeK/SaGarin Team ranKinGS                                       Maryland ..................................................... 106
1: Texas, North Texas, College of Charleston and Central                                                                                   Notre Dame ................................................. 112
                                                               Team                                                            Rank
Florida are all making their first appearance in the Schen-
kel Invitational this year.                                    Texas ................................................................. 2                Golf World/niKe coacheS poll
                                                               Alabama ........................................................... 3       Rank                                               Team (Points)
2: Two Georgia Southern players have won individual            Florida ............................................................ 10
medalist honors at the Schenkel Invitational - Richie                                                                                      2 .................................................Alabama (515)
Bryant in 1989 and Jimmy Ellis in 1973.
                                                               North Florida ................................................ 16           5 ...................................................... Texas (491)
                                                               North Texas ................................................... 33          Other receiving votes:
7: In the last 11 Schenkel Invitationals, seven SEC teams      Vanderbilt ...................................................... 36
have won the team crown, including the last five straight                                                                                  North Florida (22), Vanderbilt (18), Georgia South-
(2010-2011 Auburn, 2009 South Carolina, 2008 and 2012
                                                               Central Florida.............................................. 45            ern (4)
Alabama, 2007 Georgia, 2004 Florida).                          Kentucky ........................................................ 48
                                                               Georgia Southern ......................................... 50                   GolfWeeK/SaGarin individual ranKinGS
8: Of participants who have posted top-10 finishes in                                                                                      Team                                                    Rank
                                                               Virginia .......................................................... 57
the Schenkel Invitational, eight have gone on to become                                                                                    Brandon Stone - Texas ................................... 1
NCAA individual champions. Matt Hill of NC State won
                                                               Ole Miss ......................................................... 69
medalist honors at both the Schenkel and NCAA in 2009          UAB ................................................................ 70     Kevin Phelan - North Florida ....................... 7
while LSU’s John Peterson claimed individual NCAA              College of Charleston................................... 84                 Justin Thomas - Alabama .............................. 9
medalist honors in 2011 following his 10th-place individ-      Maryland ....................................................... 99         Trey Mullinax - Alabama............................. 11
ual finish at Forest Heights Country Club.                     Notre Dame ................................................. 122            Bobby Wyatt - Alabama............................... 14
13: Six U.S. Open, four PGA, two British Open and one
                                                                                                                                           Rodolfo Cazaubon - North Texas ............... 17
                                                                       GolfSTaT head-To-head ranKinGS
Masters titles are among the major wins by individuals                                                                                     T.J. Vogel - Florida ........................................ 21
                                                               Team                                                            Rank        Cody Gribble - Texas ................................... 28
who posted a top-10 finish at the Schenkel Invitational
during their collegiate careers.
                                                               Texas ................................................................. 4   Scott Wolfes - Georgia Southern ................ 29
                                                               Alabama ........................................................... 6       M.J. Maguire - North Florida ...................... 34
16: It would be hard to compare Chris Schenkel to any          Florida .............................................................. 8
sports broadcaster of today -he was truly a pioneer in the                                                                                 Greg Eason - UCF ........................................ 36
                                                               North Florida ................................................ 16           Cory Whitsett - Alabama ............................ 39
business - the first to cover the Masters on television, the
first to anchor a live broadcast of the Olympics and the       North Texas ................................................... 32          Tyler McCumber - Florida .......................... 40
first to call a nationally-televised college football game.    Vanderbilt ...................................................... 36        Denny McCarthy - Virginia ........................ 47
Not only was Schenkel presented with an Emmy for               Central Florida.............................................. 37            Toni Hakula - Texas...................................... 49
lifetime achievement in his field, he has been inducted        Georgia Southern ......................................... 53               Sean Bosdosh - Maryland ........................... 52
into 16 halls of fame for his contributions to sports and      Kentucky ........................................................ 54        JD Tomlinson - Florida................................ 54
broadcasting.                                                  Virginia .......................................................... 56      Blake Morris - Ole Miss ............................... 71
30: South Carolina leads the list of most Schenkel Invi-       Ole Miss ......................................................... 62       Julio Vegas - Texas ........................................ 78
tational appearances other than host Georgia Southern          UAB ................................................................ 76     Hunter Stewart - Vanderbilt ........................ 91
with 30, followed by LSU, Tennessee and Auburn who all         College of Charleston................................... 94
have 29 appearances. Florida (28) and Georgia (26) are                                                                                     All updated 3/6/13
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                                                                      aLabama CrimSON TiDE
Name                       Cl.      Hometown/High School/Previous School                                                                                           QuicK facTS
Lee Knox                    Sr.     Augusta, Ga./Augusta Preparatory Day                                                              Location: ..........................................Tuscaloosa, Ala.
Dru Love                    Fr.     St. Simons Island, Ga./Frederica Academy                                                          Enrollment: .......................................................33,602
                                                                                                                                      Founded: ..............................................................1831
Tom Lovelady                Fr.     Birmingham, Ala./Mountain Brook                                                                   Conference: ..........................................................SEC
Trey Mullinax               Jr.     Birmingham, Ala./Gardendale                                                                       Colors: ....................................... Crimson and White
                                                                                                                                      Nickname: ...........................................Crimson Tide
Robby Prater                Fr.     Birmingham, Ala./Spain Park
                                                                                                         Jay Seawell
                                                                                                                                      Home Course: ................ Ol’ Colony Golf Complex
William Sellers             Fr.     Montgomery, Ala./Montgomery Academy
Scott Strohmeyer            Sr.     Auburn, Ala./Auburn
Justin Thomas              So.      Goshen, Ky./St. Xavier
Cory Whitsett               Jr.     Houston, Texas/Memorial
Bobby Wyatt                 Jr.     Mobile, Ala./UMS-Wright

Head Coach: Jay Seawell, 11th season (South Carolina, 1988)
Assistant Coach: Rob Bradley




                                                                                                                                           Sophomore Justin Thomas


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                                                                 Uab bLazErS
Name                 Cl.    Hometown/High School/Previous School                                                       QuicK facTS
Will Cannon          Fr.    Hoover, Ala./Hoover HS                                        Location: .......................................Birmingham, Ala.
Ryan Davies         R-Fr.   Aberdare, Wales/St. John Baptist                              Enrollment: .......................................................17,543
                                                                                          Founded: ..............................................................1969
Paul Dunne           So.    Greystones, Ireland/Blackrock College                         Conference: ....................................Conference USA
Hunter Hawkins       Sr.    Fort Payne, Ala./Fort Payne/Jacksonville St.                  Colors: ...........................Forest Green and Old Gold
                                                                                          Nickname: .......................................................Blazers
Sam Love             Jr.    Trussville, Ala./Hewitt-Trussville
                                                                           Alan Kaufman
                                                                                          Home Course: ........................................ Shoal Creek
Wilson McDonald      Jr.    Mobile, Ala./St. Paul
Conner Pratt         Jr.    Birmingham, Ala./Spain Park/Coastal Carolina
Martin Rohwer        Fr.    Natal, South Africa
Thomas Sutton       R-Jr.   Montgomery, Ala./Montgomery Catholic
Michael Ulmer       R-So. Fairhope, Ala./Fairhope

Head Coach: Alan Kaufman, 15th season (LSU, 1958)
Assistant Coach: Alan Murray




                                                                                               Sophomore Paul Dunne




                                                       CENTraL FLOriDa kNiGHTS
Name                 Cl.    Hometown/High School/Previous School                                                       QuicK facTS
McCabe Buege         So.    Rogers, Minn./Rogers                                          Location: ............................................... Orlando, Fla.
Greg Eason           Jr.    Leicester City, England/Stephenson College                    Enrollment: .......................................................59,767
                                                                                          Founded: ..............................................................1963
Ricardo Gouveia      Jr.    Almancil, Portugal/Lynn                                       Conference: ....................................Conference USA
Jose Joia            Jr.    Lagoa, Portugal/Lynn                                          Colors: ............................................... Black and Gold
                                                                                          Nickname: ..................................................... Knights
Hojin Kang           Jr.    Lake Mary, Fla./Lake Mary
                                                                           Bryce Wallor
                                                                                          Home Course: ................... Rio Pinar Country Club
Reid Martin          Sr.    Mukilteo, Wash./Kamiak
Rocco Russo          Fr.    Lake Mary, Fla./Trinity Prep
Michael Visacki      Fr.    Sarasota, Fla./Riverview
Kyle Wilshire        Jr.    Georgetown, Ky./Scott County

Head Coach: Bryce Wallor, 4th season (Rhode Island, 1998)
Assistant Coach: Bill Rankin




                                                                                                   Junior Greg Eason




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                                              COLLEGE OF CHarLESTON COUGarS
Name                 Cl.   Hometown/High School/Previous School                                                        QuicK facTS
Parker Allen         Jr.    Blythewood, S.C. /Blythewood                                  Location: ..........................................Charleston, S.C.
Alex Ellis           Jr.    Austin, Texas/Westlake                                        Enrollment: .......................................................11,649
                                                                                          Founded: ..............................................................1770
Neil Gowan           Sr.    London, England/Midland                                       Conference: .................................................Southern
John Duke Hudson     Sr.    Sonora, Texas/Sonora                                          Colors: .........................................Maroon and White
                                                                                          Nickname: .....................................................Cougars
Tim Mitchell         Sr.    Austin, Texas/Westlake
                                                                        Mark McEntire
                                                                                          Home Course: ............................Stono Ferry Center
Michael Montgomery Sr.      Hilton Head, S.C./Hilton Head Christian
Shane Rogan          So.    Blythewood, S.C./Blythewood
Zach Munroe          So.    Charlotte, N.C./North Carolina
Daniel Kim           Fr.    Atlanta, Ga./Westminster Academy
Jackson Moore        Fr.    Isle of Palms, S.C./Wando
Josh Lorenzetti      Fr.    Columbia, S.C./Blythewood

Head Coach: Mark McEntire, 7th season (Texas, 2000)
Assistant Coach: Gettys Glaze




                                                                                              Sophomore Zach Munroe




                                                              FLOriDa GaTOrS
Name                 Cl.   Hometown/High School/Previous School                                                        QuicK facTS
Billy Anderson       Jr.   DeLand, Fla./Brevard Community College                         Location: ...........................................Gainesville, Fla.
Eric Banks           So.   Truro, Canada/Cobequid Educational Centre                      Enrollment: .......................................................49,785
                                                                                          Founded: ..............................................................1853
A.J. Crouch          Fr.   Jacksonville, Fla./Bolles School                               Conference: ..........................................................SEC
Santiago Gavino     R-So. San Luis Potosi, Mexico/St. Michael’s Acad.                     Colors: .............................................Orange and Blue
                                                                                          Nickname: ........................................................Gators
Tyler McCumber       Sr.   Ponte Vedra, Fla./Nease
                                                                        Buddy Alexander
                                                                                          Home Course: ............... Mark Bostick Golf Course
James Monnerville    So.   Vero Beach, Fla./Indian River Charter
Tommy Mou            Sr.   Bradenton, Fla./IMG Academy
Conor Richardson     Fr.   West Palm Beach, Fla./Cardinal Newman
Alex Slaton         R-So. Gainesville, Fla./Bucholz
Thomas Stewar        So.   Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla./Bartram Trail
J.D. Tomlinson       So.   Gainesville, Fla./Oak Hall
T.J. Vogel           Sr.   Cooper City, Fla./Southern Cal/COAC

Head Coach: Buddy Alexander, 26th season (Georgia Southern, 1975)
Assistant Coach: John Handrigan


                                                                                                    Senior T.J. Vogel




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                                                             GEOrGia SOUTHErN
Name                 Cl.    Hometown/High School/Previous School                                                     QuicK facTS
Hayden Anderson       Jr.   Knoxville, Tenn./Farragut                                   Location: ............................................ Statesboro, Ga.
Will Evans            Jr.   McDonough, Ga./Eagles Landing Christian                     Enrollment: .......................................................20,574
                                                                                        Founded: ..............................................................1906
Drew Guffey           Jr.   Bartow, Fla./Bartow                                         Conference: .................................................Southern
Christian Humber      Jr.   Fayetteville, Ga./CACC                                      Colors: ...............................................Blue and White
                                                                                        Nickname: ........................................................ Eagles
Henry Mabbett       R-Fr.   Griffin, Ga./Griffin
                                                                          Larry Mays
                                                                                        Home Course: .......... Forest Heights Country Club
Charlie Martin       So.    LaGrange, Ga./LaGrange
Matt Mierzejewski    So.    Suwanee, Ga./South Forsyth
Caleb Morris        R-Fr.   Metter, Ga./David Emanuel
Blake Olson          Sr.    Pensacola, Fla./West Florida
Chris Sells          Fr.    Savannah, Ga./Bennidictine
Scott Wolfes         So.    St. Simons Island, Ga./Glenn Academy

Head Coach: Larry Mays, 13th season (Berry, 1997)
Assistant Coach: Carter Collins




                                                                                            Junior Hayden Anderson




                                                             kENTUCkY WiLDCaTS
Name                 Cl.    Hometown/High School/Previous School                                                     QuicK facTS
Matthew Anderson      Jr.   Tompkinsville, Ky./Monroe County                            Location: ............................................. Lexington, Ky.
Joseph Barr          Sr.    Versailles, Ky./Woodford County                             Enrollment: .......................................................28,098
                                                                                        Founded: ..............................................................1865
Will Bishop          So.    Lexington, Ky./Paul Laurence Dunbar                         Conference: ..........................................................SEC
Hager Collins        Fr.    Lexington, Ky./Lexington Christian Acad.                    Colors: ...............................................Blue and White
                                                                                        Nickname: ....................................................Wildcats
Harrison Greenberry Fr.     Devon, England/Millfield
                                                                          Brian Craig
                                                                                        Home Course: ..........................The University Club
Cody Martin           Jr.   Union, Ky./Ryle
Todd McDaniel        So.    Manchester, Ky./Clay County
Chase Parker         Sr.    Augusta, Ga./Westside
Stephen Powers        Jr.   Naperville, Ill./Neuqua Valley
David Snyder         So.    Somerset, Ky./Somerset
Ben Stow              Jr.   Salisbury, England/Gillingham Comprehensive

Head Coach: Brian Craig, 12th season (Florida, 1992)
Assistant Coach: Jessie Mudd




                                                                                                  Junior Ben Stow




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                                                          marYLaND TErrapiNS
Name                 Cl.   Hometown/High School/Previous School                                                             QuicK facTS
Sean Bosdosh         Jr.   Clarksburg, Md./Covenant Life                                       Location: .......................................College Park, Md.
Stephen Bosdosh      Sr.   Clarksburg, Md./Montgomery College                                  Enrollment: .......................................................37,361
                                                                                               Founded: ..............................................................1856
Tom Harris           Fr.   Castletown, England                                                 Conference: ........................................................ ACC
Andrew McCain        Fr.   Minneapolis, Minn.                                                  Colors: ..........................Red, White, Black and Gold
                                                                                               Nickname: ...................................................Terrapins
Andrew Stein         Sr.   Rockville, Md./Thomas S. Wotton High School
                                                                            Jason Rodenhaver
                                                                                               Home Course: .......Univ. of Maryland Golf Course
Jordan Sweet         So.   Bowie, Md./DeMatha Catholic
Eric Urda            So.   Sewickley, Pa./Pittsburgh Central Catholic
Ben Warnquist        So.   Rockville, Md./DeMatha Catholic
William Wiseman      Jr.   Salisbury, Md./Parkside

Head Coach: Jason Rodenhaver, 14th season (Maryland, 1994)
Assistant Coach: Steven Delmar




                                                                                                      Senior Sean Bosdosh




                                                              OLE miSS rEbELS
Name                 Cl.   Hometown/High School/Previous School                                                             QuicK facTS
Chad Bounds          Sr.   Meridian, Miss./Lamar                                               Location: .............................................. Oxford, Miss.
Tom Brown            Jr.   Hertfordshire, England/Sir John Lawes School                        Enrollment: .......................................................21,535
                                                                                               Founded: ..............................................................1848
Drew Comer           Fr.   Fort Smith, Ark./Southside                                          Conference: ..........................................................SEC
Connor Davis         Fr.   Olive Branch, Miss./Southern Baptist Education                      Colors: .........................Cardinal Red and Navy Blue
                                                                                               Nickname: ........................................................Rebels
Chandler Fischer     Fr.   Nicholasville, Ky./Lexington Christian Acad.
                                                                               Ernest Ross
                                                                                               Home Course: ....................... Ole Miss Golf Course
Forrest Gamble       Fr.   Birmingham, Ala./Vestavia Hills
Chris Ingham         Fr.   Miami, Fla./Gulliver Prep
Joe Lewis            So.   Savannah, Ga./Savannah Country Day
Blake Morris         So.   Waterbury, Conn./Berkeley Prep
Noah West            Fr.   Belden, Miss./Tupelo

Head Coach: Ernest Ross, 17th season (Ole Miss, 1974)
Assistant Coach: Jack O’Keefe




                                                                                                   Sophomore Blake Morris




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                                                        NOrTH FLOriDa OSprEYS
Name                 Cl.    Hometown/High School/Previous School                                                         QuicK facTS
Sean Dale            Sr.    Jacksonville, Fla./Ole Miss/Homeschooled                        Location: ......................................... Jacksonville, Fla.
Taylor Hancock      R-Fr.   Clearwater, Fla./Calvary Christian                              Enrollment: .......................................................16,621
                                                                                            Founded: ..............................................................1969
Taylor Johnson      R-Jr.   Oconomowoc, Wisc./Brevard CC                                    Conference: ............................................Atlantic Sun
Pete Kellerman       Sr.    Jacksonville, Fla./FCCJ/Bishop Kenney                           Colors: ....................................... Navy Blue and Gray
                                                                                            Nickname: ..................................................... Ospreys
MJ Maguire           So.    St. Petersburg, Fla./St. Petersburg
                                                                          Scott Schroeder
                                                                                            Home Course: ............................... Hayt Golf Center
Joey Marino          Sr.    Weston, Fla./North Broward Prep
Austin Padova        Fr.    Hudson, Fla./Fivay
Joey Petronio        So.    Orlando, Fla./Olympia
Kevin Phelan         Sr.    Waterford, Ireland/Nease
Joe Stepnes          Fr.    Pensacola, Fla./Homeschooled
Osten Waite          Fr.    Ocala, Fla. /Trinity Catholic

Head Coach: Scott Schroeder, 8th season (North Florida, 1999)
Assistant Coach: Jacob Davidson




                                                                                                     Senior Sean Dale




                                                       NOrTH TExaS mEaN GrEEN
Name                 Cl.    Hometown/High School/Previous School                                                         QuicK facTS
Rodolfo Cazaubon     Sr..    Tampico, Mexico                                                Location: ............................................. Denton, Texas
Curtis Donahoe       Sr.     League City, Texas/Clear Creek                                 Enrollment: .......................................................35,754
                                                                                            Founded: ..............................................................1890
Peter Eiler          So.     North Holland, Pa./Council Rock South                          Conference: ...................................................Sun Belt
Juan Munoz           So.     Bogota, Colombia/San Carlos                                    Colors: ............................................Green and White
                                                                                            Nickname: ............................................. Mean Green
Carlos Ortiz         Sr.     Jalisco, Mexico/Zapopan
                                                                           Brad Stracke
                                                                                            Home Course: ...................... Bridlewood Golf Club
Jason Roets          So.     Johannesburg, South Africa/Montverde Acad.
Gonzalo Rubio        Fr.     Garza Garcia, Mexico/Gary Gilchrest Acad.
Marco Scarola        Sr..    Johannesburg, South Africa/Krugersdorp
Preston Standley     Fr.     Plano, Texas/Plano West

Head Coach: Brad Stracke, 5th season (UAB, 1993)




                                                                                                    Senior Carlos Ortiz




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                                                       NOTrE DamE FiGHTiNG iriSH
Name                 Cl.     Hometown/High School/Previous School                                                       QuicK facTS
Andrew Carreon        Jr.    San Antonio, Texas/Alamo Heights                              Location: .........................................South Bend, Ind.
Patrick Grahek       So.     Alpharetta, Ga./Milton                                        Enrollment: .......................................................11,733
                                                                                           Founded: ..............................................................1842
Edward Hjerpe         Sr.    Barrington, R.I./Barrington                                   Conference: ................................................... Big East
Andrew Lane           Jr.    Fairport, N.Y./McQuaid Jesuit                                 Colors: ................................................. Blue and Gold
                                                                                           Nickname: ........................................... Fighting Irish
David Lowe           So.     Scottsdale, Ariz./Brophy Prep./Arizona St.
                                                                            Jim Kubinski
                                                                                           Home Course: ..........................Warren Golf Course
Paul McNamara III     Sr.    Palos Verdes Estates, Calif./Chadwick School
Niall Platt           Jr.    Santa Barbara, Calif./Laguna Blanca School
Cory Sciupider        Fr.    Etowah, N.C./Christ School
Zach Toste            Fr.    Pembroke Pines, Fla./Archbishop McCarthy
Peyton Vitter        So.     New Orleans, La./Jesuit
Tyler Wingo          So.     Fairfax, Va./Paul VI Catholic

Head Coach: Jim Kubinski, 9th season (Springfield College ‘93)
Assistant Coach: Scott Gump




                                                                                                    Junior Niall Platt




                                                             TExaS LONGHOrNS
Name                  Cl.    Hometown/High School/Previous School                                                       QuicK facTS
Cody Gribble          Sr.    Dallas, Texas/Highland Park                                   Location: ...............................................Austin, Texas
Will Griffin         R-Fr.   Lufkin, Texas/Lufkin                                          Enrollment: .......................................................52,213
                                                                                           Founded: ..............................................................1883
Toni Hakula           Jr.    Espoo, Finland/Etela-Tapiolan                                 Conference: ...................................................... Big 12
Kramer Hickok         So.    Plano, Texas/Trinity Christian Academy                        Colors: ...............................Burnt Orange and White
                                                                                           Nickname: ................................................ Longhorns
Beau Hossler          Fr.    Mission Viejo, Calif./Santa Margarita
                                                                             John Fields
                                                                                           Home Course: ............UT Golf Club and Academy
Brax McCarthy         Jr.    Ft. Worth, Texas/Heights
Johnathan Schnitzer R-Jr.    Houston, Texas/Kinkaid
Brandon Stone         Fr.    Pretoria, South Africa/Cornwall Hill
Tayler Termeer       R-Fr.   Austin, Texas/Lake Travis
Julio Vegas          R-Sr.   Maturin, Venezuela/Cecilio Acosta

Head Coach: John Fields, 16th season (New Mexico, 1982)
Assistant Coach: Ryan Murphy




                                                                                               Freshman Brandon Stone




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     2013 Field
                                                       VaNDErbiLT COmmODOrES
Name                 Cl.    Hometown/High School/Previous School                                                     QuicK facTS
Spencer Ciesla       Fr.    Naples, Fla./Community School                               Location: .......................................... Nashville, Tenn.
Charlie Ewing        Jr.    Dallas, Texas/Highland Park                                 Enrollment: .........................................................6,738
                                                                                        Founded: ..............................................................1873
Ben Fogler           So.    Columbia, S.C./Spring Valley                                Conference: ..........................................................SEC
Carson Jacobs        Fr.    Hendersonville, Tenn./Hendersonville                        Colors: ............................................... Black and Gold
                                                                                        Nickname: ........................................... Commodores
Jordan Janico        Jr.    Duluth, Ga./Mount Pisgah Christian
                                                                       Scott Limbaugh
                                                                                        Home Course: ..................Vanderbilt Legends Club
Zach Jaworski        Fr.    Alpharetta, Ga./Milton
Mills Rendell        Jr.    Winnetka, Ill./New Trier
Will Snipes          Sr.    Dalton, Ga./McCallie
Hunter Stewart       So.    Lexington, Ky./Lexington Christian
Ryan Thornton        Sr.    Chattanooga, Tenn./Baylor School
John Voetsch         Fr.    New Vernon, N.J./Delbarton School

Head Coach: Scott Limbaugh, 1st season (Huntingdon, 2003)
Assistant Coach: Dusty Smith




                                                                                          Sophomore Hunter Stewart




                                                             VirGiNia CaVaLiErS
Name                 Cl.    Hometown/High School/Previous School                                                     QuicK facTS
Kyle Kochevar        Fr.    Glen Ellyn, Ill./Glenbard West                              Location: ..................................... Charlottesville, Va.
Alex Lloyd           Fr.    Virginia Beach, Va./Kellam                                  Enrollment: .......................................................21,106
                                                                                        Founded: ..............................................................1819
Denny McCarthy       So.    Rockville, Md./Georgetown Prep                              Conference: ........................................................ ACC
Mac McLaughlin       Sr.    Shaker Heights, Ohio/University School                      Colors: .............................................Blue and Orange
                                                                                        Nickname: ...................................Cavaliers, Wahoos
Nick McLaughlin      Fr.    New Castle, N.H./St. John’s Prep
                                                                       Bowen Sargent
                                                                                        Home Course: ..................... Birdwood Golf Course
Gregor Orlando       Sr.    Erie, Pa./Cathedral Prep
Ji Soo Park          So.    Clifton, Va./Chantilly
David Pastore        So.    Greenwich, Conn./Greenwich
Benjamin Rusch*      Sr.    Weinfelden, Switzerland
Nick Tremps         R-Fr.   Williamsburg, Va./Jamestown

Head Coach: Bowen Sargent, 9th season (NC State, 1992)
Assistant Coach: John Scott Rattan




                                                                                         Sophomore Denny McCarthy




14
                                                                                                                        2012 in Review
      Alabama closed the 33rd annual         Schenkel Invitational individual honors,               2012 TOUrNamENT rESULTS
Schenkel Invitational the same way it        shooting 198 (-18) for the weekend. His       Team                                            Score
started - by breaking a tournament re-       score set the University of Virginia 54-      1. Alabama                      268-269-280=817 (-47)
cord. The Crimson Tide shot 817 (-47) for    hole tournament scoring record as well        2. Virginia                     283-275-281=839 (-25)
the tournament, topping Wake Forest’s        as the school scoring record in relation to   T3. Auburn                      282-277-288=847 (-17)
previous record of 825 (-39), which had      par for a 54-hole tournament.                     Florida                     280-285-282=847 (-17)
                                                                                           5. UAB                           286-279-290=855 (-9)
stood since 1986. Alabama ran the table,           Blayne Barber of Auburn placed
                                                                                           6. Mississippi                   280-286-292=858 (-6)
leading the field from day one.              second, shooting a 201 (-15) for the tour-    7. North Florida                 286-285-291=862 (-2)
      The Crimson Tide saw just one play-    nament. Alabama placed four players in        8. South Carolina                 293-277-294=864 (E)
er shoot a round over par for the entire     the top six, with Justin Thomas and Cory      9. Kentucky                      286-286-298=870 (+6)
tournament. With the win, the Schenkel       Whitsett tying for third (-12) and Hunter     10. Vanderbilt                  304-289-282=875 (+11)
Invitational title remains in the state of   Hamrick and Bobby Wyatt tying for fifth       11. Georgia Southern            296-292-290=878 (+14)
Alabama, as the Crimson Tide ended Au-       (-10).                                        12. Notre Dame                  289-293-300=882 (+14)
                                                                                           13. Minnesota                   300-284-300=884 (+20)
burn’s quest for a third straight Schenkel         Alabama kicked off the tournament
                                                                                           14. North Carolina State        301-286-298=885 (+21)
Championship. The title is the second        Friday morning with a record setting
Schenkel victory for Alabama.                performance. The Crimson Tide shot a          Individual                 School              Score
      Virginia finished the tournament       268 (-20) to set a new tournament record      1. Ben Kohles              Virginia         198 (-18)
in second (-25), followed by Auburn          for lowest score in a single round. No        2. Blayne Barber           Auburn           201 (-15)
and Florida, which tied for third (-17).     Alabama player recorded a bogey on the        T3. Justin Thomas          Alabama          204 (-12)
UAB placed fifth (-9), Ole Miss finished     day.                                               Cory Whitsett         Alabama          204 (-12)
sixth (-6), North Florida placed seventh           Kohles also led the individual field    T5. Hunter Hamrick         Alabama          206 (-10)
                                                                                                Bibby Wyatt           Alabama          206 (-10)
(-2) and South Carolina took eighth          after every round and carded a 65 on
                                                                                           T7. Blake Morris           Mississippi       207 (-9)
(E). Kentucky finished ninth (+6), and       the first day. He followed that with a             Ben Rusch             Virginia          207 (-9)
Vanderbilt moved up four spots on the        66 on the second day and finished the         9. T.J. Vogel              Florida           208 (-8)
final day to finish 10th (+11). Georgia      third round with a 67. His 198 for the        T10. Tyler McCumber        Florida           210 (-6)
Southern moved up two spots in round         tournament was the second lowest at the            Joe David             Mississippi       210 (-6)
three to finish 11th (+14), followed by      Schenkel, three strokes behind Chris Kite     12. Kevin Phelan           North Florida     211 (-5)
Notre Dame (+18), Minnesota (+20) and        of Wake Forest, who carded a 195 (-21)        T13. J.D. Tomlinson        Florida           212 (-4)
NC State (+21).                              in 1986.                                           Max Scodro            Notre Dame        212 (-4)
                                                                                                Niclas Carlsson       Auburn            212 (-4)
      Ben Kohles of Virginia won the
                                                                                           T16. Adam Hofmann          Vanderbilt        213 (-3)
                                                                                                Sam Love              UAB               213 (-3)
                                                                                                Paul Dunne            UAB               213 (-3)
                                                                                                Will McCurdy          Auburn            213 (-3)
                                                                                           20. Peter Kellerman        North Florida     214 (-2)




                                2012 Champion Alabama                                                   Individual winner Ben Kohles

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   All-Time Results
              aLL-TimE parTiCipaTiON
TEam                     YEarS TiTLES TOp-5 TEam mEDaLiSTS                                                                   Individual                      School                 Score
Alabama                   19     2         6        2                                                                        1. J. Simons                    Wake Forest              207
Alabama-Birmingham         2     0         2        0                                                                        2. E. Pearce                    Wake Forest              210
Appalachian State          1     0         0        0                                                                        T3. B. Kratzer                  Georgia                  212
Arizona                    1     0         0        0                                                                             Andy North                 Florida                  212
Auburn                    29     2         8        0                                                                        5. Lynn Lott                    Georgia                  213
Augusta State             12     1         3        0                                                                        6. Wadkins                      East Tennessee State     214
Austin Peay                1     0         0        0                                                                        7. S. Walker                    Wake Forest              216
Boston College             1     0         0        0                                                                        T8. B. Dudley                   South Florida            217
Centenary                  3     0         1        1                                                                             L. Jackson                 Wake Forest              217
Clemson                   16     2         8        1                                                                             Andy Bean                  Florida                  217
Columbus                   5     0         0        1        Schenkel Awards ceremony in 1971, the inaugural tournament.     T11. Gary Koch                  Florida                  218
Davidson                   3     0         0        0                                                                             Chris Pigott               Murray State             218
Duke                       9     1         3        0        1971 - april 23-24                                                   Wiley Ramsey               South Carolina           218
East Carolina              1     0         0        0        Team                                                   Score         Buddy Bostian              South Carolina           218
East Tennessee State      15     0         2        0        1. Georgia                                                  867 15. Lex Alexander               Wake Forest              219
Eastern Kentucky           2     0         0        0        2. Florida                                                  873
Florida                   28     4        21        5        3. Georgia Southern                                         882
Florida Atlantic           1     0         0        0        4. Memphis State                                            887
Florida State             17     1         4        0        5. North Carolina                                           888
Furman                     9     0         0        0        6. Rollins College                                          890
George Washington          1     0         0        0        7. South Carolina                                           891
Georgia                   26     5        21        5        T8. Florida State                                           902
Georgia State              1     0         0        0
                                                                  Furman                                                 902
Georgia Southern          33     0        14        4
                                                             T10. Columbus College                                       904
Georgia Tech              18     0         2        0
                                                                  South Florida                                          904
Indiana                    5     0         0        0
                                                             12. Georgia Southern Team Two                               910
Iowa                       1     0         0        0
                                                             13. Virginia Tech                                           919
Jacksonville               2     0         0        0
                                                             14. Davidson                                                925 Wake Forest won the team title in 1972.
Kentucky                  13     0         2        0
                                                             15. George Washington                                       943
Louisiana State           29     1         6        0                                                                        1973 - april 20-22
                                                                                                                      Score Team                                                    Score
Louisville                 1     0         0        0
                                                             Individual                    School
                                                                                           Rachels Columbus Coll. 212 1. Florida                                                      851
Marshall                   2     0         0        0
                                                             1. Sammy
                                                                                                                         213 2. Georgia                                               867
Maryland                   1     0         0        0
                                                             2. Mike Brelsford             Rollins College
                                                                                                                         214 3. Wake Forest                                           873
Memphis                   10     0         1        0
                                                             3. Billy Kratzert             Georgia
                                                                                                                         215 4. Georgia Southern                                      875
Miami                      9     0         0        0
                                                             T4. Lyn Lott                  Georgia
Michigan State             4     0         0        1
                                                                   Gary Koch               Florida                       215 T5. Louisiana State                                      888
Middle Tennessee State     5     0         0        0                                                                             Tennessee                                           888
                                                             T6. Ken Walsh                 Memphis State                 216
Minnesota                  6     0         0        0
                                                                   Pat Lane                Georgia Southern Tm. 2 216 7. Alabama                                                      895
Mississippi               12     1         3        1
                                                             8. Steve Morgan               Florida                       217 8. South Carolina                                        898
Mississippi State          9     0         1        0
                                                             T9. Tom Valentine             Georgia                       218 9. East Tennessee State                                  901
Murray State               7     0         0        0
                                                                   Jimmy Ellis             Georgia Southern              218 10. Middle Tennessee                                     905
New Mexico                 2     0         0        0
                                                                   Tommy Gaul              Furman                        218 11. Rollins                                              906
North Carolina            19     1         2        0
UNC-Charlotte              1     0         0        0
                                                             12. Brooks Simmons            Georgia Southern              219 12. Memphis State                                        909

North Carolina State      28     0         6        2
                                                             T13. Danny Yates              Georgia                       220 T13. Auburn                                              910
                                                                   Jimmy McQuillan Florida                               220      Georgia Tech                                        910
Notre Dame                 4     0         0        0                                                                        15. Davidson                                             914
North Florida              5     0         2        0              Ricky Armstrong         Georgia Southern              220
Northwestern               2     0         0        0              Jack Hooks              North Carolina                220 16. Columbus                                             915

Notre Dame                 1     0         0        0              John Ruby               Florida State                 220 17. Murray State                                         919
                                                                                                                             18. Jacksonville                                         921
Oklahoma                   4     0         2        0        1972                                                            19. Furman                                               922
Oklahoma State             8     6         7        5        Team                                                     Score 20. South Florida                                         924
Old Dominion               1     0         0        0        1. Wake Forest                                              847 21. Kentucky                                             925
Ohio State                18     0         5        0        2. Georgia                                                  858 22. Florida Atlantic                                     928
Purdue                     1     0         0        0        3. Florida                                                  863
Rollins                    4     0         0        0        4. South Carolina                                           876 Individual                      School                 Score
South Carolina            30     1         9        2        5. Georgia Southern                                         879 1. Bill Kratzert                Georgia                  209
South Florida              5     0         0        0        6. Murray State                                             880 2. Andy Bean                    Florida                  211
Southern California        2     0         0        0        7. Columbus                                                 883 3. Phil Hancock                 Florida                  214
Tennessee                 29     0         6        1        8. East Tennessee State                                     885 T4. Jay Haas                    Wake Forest              215
Texas A&M                  1     0         0        0
                                                             9. Middle Tennessee                                         887      Jimmy Ellis                Georgia Southern         215
Texas Christian            2     0         1        0
                                                             10. Rollins                                                 890      Pat Lane                   Georgia Southern         215
Toledo                     1     0         0        0
                                                             11. Memphis                                                 895      Mac McCormick              Tennessee                215
Vanderbilt                 4     0         0        0
                                                             12. South Florida                                           896 T8. Woody Blackburn Florida                              216
Virginia                   7     0         3        1
                                                             13. Jacksonville                                            900      Don Duncan                 Florida                  216
Virginia Tech              1     0         0        0
                                                             14. Furman                                                  906      Gary Koch                  Florida                  216
Wake Forest               22     6        15        5
                                                             15. Alabama                                                 913      Tom Case, Jr.              Wake Forest              216
Washington                 1     0         0        0
                                                             16. Georgia Tech                                            921      Shelby Houston             Louisiana State          216
William & Mary             2     0         0        0

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                                                                                                                                      All-Time Results
13. Mike Fambrough        Georgia             217        Jay Haas               Wake Forest             208        Bud Smith               Auburn                  212
14. Kevin Morris          Florida             218    7. Vance Heafner           North Carolina State    209        Gary Hallberg           Wake Forest             212
T15. David Thore          Wake Forest         219    8. Mike Holland            South Carolina          210    T8. Marlin Detweiler        North Carolina State    213
     Tony Hollifield      Alabama             219    T9. Jim Saylor             Wake Forest             211        Tom Reynolds            North Carolina State    213
                                                         Kelly Roberts          Indiana                 211        Wayne Defrancesco       Wake Forest             213
1974
                                                         Jim Holmes             Louisiana State         211        Kevin King              North Carolina          213
Team                                         Score
                                                         Kirk Bailey            Memphis State           211
1. Wake Forest                                1070                                                             1978
2. Florida                                    1076   1976 - april 23-25                                        Team                                               Score
3. Alabama                                    1084   Team                                              Score   1. Wake Forest                                       865
4. Georgia                                    1089   1. Wake Forest                                     1058   2. Georgia                                           874
5. Georgia Southern                           1095   2. Louisiana State                                 1061   3. Ohio State                                        878
T6. Auburn                                    1101   3. Georgia Southern                                1065   4. Florida                                           880
    Louisiana State                           1101   4. Georgia                                         1073   5. South Carolina                                    887
8. East Tennessee State                       1102   5. Florida State                                   1079   6. Florida State                                     888
9. Memphis State                              1110   6. Auburn                                          1081   7. Georgia Southern                                  892
10. Kentucky                                  1117   7. Alabama                                         1083   8. North Carolina                                    893
11. Indiana                                   1118   8. Florida                                         1086   9. Alabama                                           894
12. Furman                                    1119   9. East Tennessee State                            1090   10. Memphis State                                    897
13. Florida State                             1120   10. Furman                                         1091   T11. Mississippi State                               898
14. South Carolina                            1122   11. Indiana                                        1096        Auburn                                          898
15. Middle Tennessee                          1132   12. Tennessee                                      1097   13. Louisiana State                                  899
16. Tennessee                                 1137   13. North Carolina State                           1100   14. Maryland                                         900
17. Rollins                                   1143   14. Kentucky                                       1119   15. Kentucky                                         901
18. Columbus College                          1155   15. Memphis State                                  1123   16. Indiana                                          909
19. Davidson                                  1171   16. Georgia Tech                                   1135   17. Tennessee                                        912
20. Georgia Tech                              1188   17. Murray State                                   1142   18. East Tennessee State                             914
                                                     18. Middle Tennessee                               1144   19. North Carolina State                             918
Individual                School             Score                                                             20. Georgia Tech                                     923
1. Curtis Strange         Wake Forest          208   Individual                 School                 Score   21. Marshall                                         932
T2. Billy Kratzert        Georgia              209   1. Phil Hancock            Florida                  202
     Jerry Pate           Alabama              209   2. Jay Haas                Wake Forest              204   Individual                  School                 Score
4. Andy Bean              Florida              211   T3. Gary Duren             Georgia Southern         207   1. Robert Wrenn             Wake Forest             211*
5. Jay Haas               Wake Forest          212        Buddy Gardner         Auburn                   207   2. Gary Trivisonno          Alabama                  211
T6. Buddy Alexander       Georgia Southern     213   5. Curtis Strange          Wake Forest              208   3. Mark Balen               Ohio State               213
     Stan Lee             Louisiana State      213   T6. Bob Byman              Wake Forest              209   T4. Kenny Knox              Florida State            215
     Phil Small           Furman               213        Rick Karbowski        Alabama                  209        Chip Beck              Georgia                  215
     Bob Byman            Wake Forest          213        Louis Lee             Louisiana State          209   T6. Scott Hoch              Wake Forest              216
10. Gary Koch             Florida              214        Steve Waugh           Georgia Southern         209        Griff Moody            Georgia                  216
                                                     T10. Chip Beck             Georgia                  210   T8. Mike Blackburn          Florida                  218
1975
                                                          Ken Kreiger           Georgia Southern         210        Mike Holland           South Carolina           218
Team                                         Score
                                                                                                                    Gary Hallberg          Wake Forest              218
1. Florida                                    1059   1977 - may 22-24
                                                                                                               T11. Lee Cheairs            Memphis State            219
2. Wake Forest                                1061   Team                                              Score
                                                                                                                    Terry Anton            Florida                  219
3. North Carolina State                       1079   1. Georgia                                          847
                                                                                                                    Dick Maust             South Carolina           219
4. Georgia Southern                           1080   2. Georgia Southern                                 859
                                                                                                               * won on 3rd playoff hole
5. East Tennessee State                       1082   3. North Carolina State                             860
6. Alabama                                    1083   T4. Auburn                                          863   1979 - april 27-29
T7. Georgia                                   1084        Wake Forest                                    863   Team                                               Score
     Furman                                   1084   6. Alabama                                          868   1. Florida State                                     854
9. Indiana                                    1085   7. Florida State                                    869   2. Georgia Southern                                  870
10. Auburn                                    1086   8. Ohio State                                       870   3. Florida                                           871
11. Louisiana State                           1088   9. Furman                                           874   4. Wake Forest                                       876
12. South Carolina                            1099   10. Louisiana State                                 875   5. Ohio State                                        877
13. Florida State                             1101   11. Indiana                                         876   6. North Carolina State                              882
14. Memphis State                             1107   12. North Carolina                                  878   7. Louisiana State                                   884
15. Kentucky                                  1110   13. Florida                                         882   8. South Florida                                     891
16. Columbus College                          1113   14. Kentucky                                        890   9. North Carolina                                    895
17. Tennessee                                 1118   T15. Memphis State                                  892   10. Eastern Kentucky                                 896
18. Middle Tennessee                          1121        Georgia Tech                                   892   11. Auburn                                           897
19. Georgia Tech                              1125   17. East Tennessee State                            902   12. Memphis State                                    898
T20. Murray State                             1128   18. Tennessee                                       909   13. Duke                                             899
     Appalachian State                        1128                                                             14. South Carolina                                   904
                                                     Individual                 School                 Score   15. Mississippi State                                909
Individual                School             Score   1. Jim Becker              Georgia                  206   16. UNC Charlotte                                    910
1. Andy Bean              Florida              199   2. Denny Hepler            Florida State            207   17. Georgia Tech                                     911
2. Phil Hancock           Florida              202   3. Ken Kreiger             Georgia Southern         208   18. Murray State                                     915
3. Buddy Alexander        Georgia Southern     203   4. Chip Beck               Georgia                  209   19. Tennessee                                        921
4. Ken Ezell              Furman               207   4. Buddy Gardner           Auburn                   209   20. Old Dominion                                     935
T5. Curtis Strange        Wake Forest          208   T5. Lennie Barton          North Carolina State     212   21. Mississippi                                      943

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   All-Time Results
                                                           14. Alabama                                        899    T9. Kevin Janiga             Tennessee                  218
Individual                  School                 Score   15. North Carolina                                 903        Chris Perry              Ohio State                 218
1. Gary Hallberg            Wake Forest              205   16. Murray State                                   909
                                                                                                                     1983
2. Grant Turner             Florida State            210   17. Purdue                                         911
                                                                                                                     Team                                                   Score
3. Jeff Sluman              Florida State            212   T18. East Tennessee State                          912
                                                                                                                     1. Oklahoma State                                        862
T4. Wayne DeFrancesco       Louisiana State          213        Clemson                                       912
                                                                                                                     2. Ohio State                                            863
     Jodie Mudd             Georgia Southern         213   20. Miami                                          926
                                                                                                                     3. Wake Forest                                           866
T6. Tom Carlton             Georgia Southern         214   21. Augusta                                        943
                                                                                                                     4. Georgia                                               869
     Ken Green              Florida                  214   22. Georgia Tech                                   945
                                                                                                                     5. Louisiana State                                       872
T8. John Cook               Ohio State               216
                                                                                                                     6. Georgia Southern                                      873
     Allan Menne            Florida State            216   Individual                     School             Score
                                                                                                                     7. North Carolina State                                  876
     Paul Downes            Florida State            216   1. Bob Tway                    Oklahoma State       207
                                                                                                                     8. Clemson                                               878
11. Mark Balen              Ohio State               217   2. Joey Sindelar               Ohio State           211
                                                                                                                     9. Florida State                                         884
                                                           3. Willie Wood                 Oklahoma State       212
1980                                                                                                                 10. Tennessee                                            885
                                                           T4. John Salamone              Louisiana State      214
Team                                               Score                                                             11. Alabama                                              886
                                                                George MacDonald          South Carolina       214
1. Oklahoma State                                   862*                                                             12. Auburn                                               887
                                                           6. Jodie Mudd                  Georgia Southern     215
2. Florida                                           862                                                             13. North Carolina                                       891
                                                           T7. Tim Planchin               Wake Forest          216
3. Georgia Southern                                  872                                                             T14. Mississippi                                         892
                                                                Robert Wrenn              Wake Forest          216
T4. East Tennessee State                             879                                                                  South Carolina                                      892
                                                           T9. Steve Waggoner             Florida              218
     Wake Forest                                     879                                                             16. Florida                                              895
                                                                Guy Kennen                Centenary            218
T6. North Carolina State                             880                                                             17. Miami                                                897
                                                                Kirk Jones                Centenary            218
     Clemson                                         880                                                             18. East Tennessee State                                 908
                                                                Rick Stallings            Georgia Southern     218
8. Centenary                                         882
                                                                Cecil Ingram              Alabama              218
9. Ohio State                                        885                                                             Individual                   School                    Score
                                                                Chris Edholm              Murray State         218
T10. Louisiana State                                 886                                                             1. Tommy Moore               Oklahoma State              210
     Florida State                                   886   1982                                                      T2. Brian Mogg               Ohio State                  213
12. South Carolina                                   887   Team                                              Score        Chris Perry             Ohio State                  213
13. Tennessee                                        888   1. Oklahoma State                                   860        Fred Dupre              Louisiana State             213
14. Georgia                                          890   2. Tennessee                                        873   5. Chris Kite                Wake Forest                 214
15. Auburn                                           891   3. North Carolina State                             877   T6. Billy Andrade            Wake Forest                 215
16. Austin Peay                                      900   4. North Carolina                                   879        Wright Waddell          Georgia                     215
17. Eastern Kentucky                                 908   5. Georgia                                          880        Tripp Kuhlke            Georgia Southern            215
18. Duke                                             910   T6. Ohio State                                      885        Nolan Mills             North Carolina State        215
19. Memphis State                                    913        Wake Forest                                    885        Jim Gallagher           Tennessee                   215
20. Virginia                                         925   8. Miami                                            890        John Inman              North Carolina              215
21. Georgia Tech                                     933   T9. Alabama                                         895
22. Mississippi State                                949        Auburn                                         895
* won 1st playoff hole                                     11. Florida                                         896
                                                           12. Florida State                                   898
Individual                  School                 Score   T13. Georgia Southern                               902
T1. Hal Sutton              Centenary               212*        South Carolina                                 902
     Gary Hallberg          Wake Forest              212   15. Louisiana State                                 905
3. Mark Calcavecchia        Florida                  213   16. Marshall                                        911
T4. Jodie Mudd              Georgia Southern         214   17. Centenary                                       912
     Mike Hulbert           East Tennessee State     214   18. Georgia Tech                                    928
     Joey Sindelar          Ohio State               214
T7. Bob Tway                Oklahoma State           215   Individual                     School             Score
     Mike Carlisle          Clemson                  215   1. Willie Wood                 Oklahoma State       212   Oklahoma State took home the hardware again in 1984.
T9. Rafael Alarcon          Oklahoma State           216   2. Andy Dillard                Oklahoma State       213
     Willie Wood            Oklahoma State           216                                                             1984
                                                           3. Stuart Smith                Tennessee            214
T11. Rick Pearson           Florida                  217                                                             Team                                                   Score
                                                           T4. Mike Cook                  Georgia              215
     Madden Hatcher         Georgia                  217                                                             1. Oklahoma State                                        854
                                                                Steve Lowery              Alabama              215
* won on 2nd playoff hole                                                                                            2. Mississippi                                           856
                                                                Phillip Walton            Oklahoma State       215
                                                                                                                     3. Georgia                                               862
1981                                                       7. John Inman                  North Carolina       216
                                                                                                                     4. Mississippi State                                     864
Team                                               Score   8. Jerry Haas                  Wake Forest          217
                                                                                                                     5. South Carolina                                        865
1. Oklahoma State                                    861
                                                                                                                     6. Florida State                                         866
2. Wake Forest                                       870
                                                                                                                     7. Louisiana State                                       868
3. Florida                                           872
                                                                                                                     8. Clemson                                               870
4. Ohio State                                        876
                                                                                                                     9. Wake Forest                                           882
5. Centenary                                         878
                                                                                                                     10. Miami                                                884
6. Georgia                                           883
                                                                                                                     11. Auburn                                               886
7. Louisiana State                                   884
                                                                                                                     12. Georgia Southern                                     887
8. Georgia Southern                                  887
                                                                                                                     13. Tennessee                                            888
T9. South Carolina                                   889
                                                                                                                     14. Alabama                                              889
    Florida State                                    889
                                                                                                                     15. William & Mary                                       892
11. Tennessee                                        893
                                                                                                                     16. South Florida                                        900
12. Auburn                                           894
                                                                                                                     17. Georgia Tech                                         902
13. North Carolina State                             898   Oklahoma State continued its title run in 1983.

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                                                                                                                                         All-Time Results
18. North Carolina State                         907    18. Murray State                                    923    5. Georgia Southern                             865
                                                                                                                   T6. Georgia                                     867
Individual                  School              Score   Individual                      School             Score        Georgia Tech                               867
1. Scott Verplank           Oklahoma State        208   1. Chris Kite                   Wake Forest          195   8. Louisiana State                              868
T2. Darren Cole             Mississippi           211   2. Peter Persons                Georgia              200   9. Ohio State                                   873
     Bob Wolcott            Georgia               211   3. Nacho Gervas                 Georgia Tech         205   T10. Auburn                                     877
     Pete Matthews          Mississippi State     211   T4. Len Mattiace                Wake Forest          207        North Carolina State                       877
     Dillard Pruitt         Clemson               211        Robert McCardle            Clemson              207   12. Virginia                                    880
T6. Andy Dillard            Oklahoma State        212        Eric Hamilton              Auburn               207   13. Florida State                               881
     Rob McNamara           Louisiana State       212   T7. Emlyn Aubrey                Louisiana State      208   14. Mississippi                                 886
     Jerrry Haas            Wake Forest           212        Doug Martin                Oklahoma             208   15. Mississippi State                           892
T9. Dave Peege              Mississippi           213   9. Rob McNamara                 Louisiana State      209   16. Alabama                                     893
     Todd Smith             Auburn                213   T10. Brad Clark                 Clemson              210   17. Miami                                       894
     Griff Rudolph          Alabama               213        E.J. Pfister               Oklahoma State       210   18. East Carolina                               912
1985
                                                                                                                   Individual                  School             Score
Team                                            Score
                                                                                                                   1. Kevin Johnson            Clemson              209
1. Mississippi                                    839
                                                                                                                   2. Tom Carr                 Tennessee            210
2. Oklahoma State                                 844
                                                                                                                   2. David Toms               Louisiana State      210
3. Georgia                                        848
                                                                                                                   T4. Eoghan O’Connell        Wake Forest          211
4. Wake Forest                                    851
                                                                                                                        Ted Tryba              Ohio State           211
5. Oklahoma                                       854
                                                                                                                        Wes Tuck               Auburn               211
6. Tennessee                                      855
                                                                                                                   T7. Chris Patton            Clemson              212
T7. Louisiana State                               857
                                                                                                                        Mitchell Partridge     Georgia Southern     212
    Auburn                                        857
                                                                                                                   9. Greg Lesher              Louisiana State      213
9. Georgia Tech                                   858
                                                                                                                   T10. Oswald Drawdy          Clemson              214
10. Miami                                         870
                                                        Wake Forest won the team title in 1986.                         Barry Fabyan           Wake Forest          214
11. Clemson                                       871
                                                                                                                        Jeff Hull              South Carolina       214
12. Georgia Southern                              874   1987
                                                                                                                        John Tighe             Florida State        214
13. North Carolina State                          875   Team                                               Score
14. South Carolina                                886   1. Oklahoma State                                    848   1989
15. Alabama                                       887   2. Oklahoma                                          852   Team                                           Score
16. Mississippi State                             897   3. Florida State                                     858   1. Louisiana State                               852
17. Florida State                                 904   4. Georgia Tech                                      863   2. Clemson                                       853
18. William & Mary                                914   5. Clemson                                           867   3. Georgia Southern                              860
                                                        T6. Wake Forest                                      868   4. Georgia                                       864
Individual                  School              Score        Georgia                                         868   5. Florida State                                 865
1. Eric Rebmann             Tennessee            205*   8. Ohio State                                        870   T6. South Carolina                               866
2. Darren Cole              Mississippi           205   9. Alabama                                           872       Wake Forest                                  866
T3. Scott Verplank          Oklahoma State        207   10. Tennessee                                        873   8. Georgia Tech                                  871
     Billy Andrade          Wake Forest           207   T11. Miami                                           877   9. Florida                                       874
5. Rob McNamara             Louisiana State       208        Georgia Southern                                877   10. North Carolina State                         878
T6. Todd Hamilton           Oklahoma              209   13. Louisiana State                                  878   11. Virginia                                     883
     Todd Smith             Auburn                209   14. Auburn                                           882   12. Ohio State                                   890
     Woody Austin           Miami                 209   15. Mississippi                                      883   13. Tennessee                                    896
T9. Duane Lorio             Mississippi           210   16. North Carolina State                             887   14. Auburn                                       897
     Robby Cole             Georgia               210   17. South Carolina                                   892   15. Alabama                                      901
     John Fridge            Auburn                210   18. Furman                                           896   16. Mississippi State                            902
* won on 1st playoff hole                                                                                          17. Miami                                        909
                                                        Individual                      School             Score   18. Mississippi                                  915
1986
                                                        1. Doug Martin                  Oklahoma            210*
Team                                            Score
                                                        2. Michael Bradley              Oklahoma State       210   Individual                  School             Score
1. Wake Forest                                    825
                                                        3. Len Mattiace                 Wake Forest          211   1. Richie Bryant            Georgia Southern    208*
2. Clemson                                        842
                                                             Eoghan O’Connell           Wake Forest          211   2. Greg Lesher              Louisiana State      208
3. Georgia                                        847
                                                        5. Brian Watts                  Oklahoma State       212   3. Kevin Johnson            Clemson              209
T4. Louisiana State                               849
                                                        6. Matt Peterson                Georgia              213   T4. Matt Peterson           Georgia              210
     Georgia Tech                                 849
                                                             Gibby Gilbert              Tennessee            213        Rick Williams          South Carolina       210
6. Miami                                          850
                                                             E.J. Pfister               Oklahoma State       213   6. Chris Patton             Clemson              211
7. Oklahoma                                       852
                                                             Grant Waite                Oklahoma             213   T7. Todd Satterfield        Georgia              213
8. Oklahoma State                                 853
                                                        10. Steve Ford                  Georgia Southern     214        Roger Winchester       Florida State        213
9. Florida State                                  867
                                                             Chris Patton               Clemson              214   T9. Fredrick Lindgren       Louisiana State      214
T10. Auburn                                       869
                                                        * won on 1st playoff hole                                       David Toms             Louisiana State      214
     Ohio State                                   869
                                                                                                                        Duke Donahue           Florida State        214
12. Georgia Southern                              874   1988
                                                                                                                   * won in playoff
13. Mississippi                                   875   Team                                               Score
14. Tennessee                                     876   1. Clemson                                           854   1999 - march 27-28
15. South Carolina                                893   2. Wake Forest                                       855   Team                                           Score
16. Mississippi State                             895   T3. Tennessee                                        859   1. Clemson                                      869*
17. Michigan State                                902       South Carolina                                   859   2. Georgia                                       869
                                                                                                                   3. South Carolina                                871

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   All-Time Results
4. Florida                                          877    9.    Duke                                           881    14. Duke                                          887
T5. Duke                                            885    10.   North Carolina State                           884    15. Ohio State                                    899
      Texas Christian                               885    11.   Auburn                                         886
7. Augusta State                                    886    12.   Tennessee                                      888    Individual                 School                Score
8. East Tennessee State                             888    13.   Louisiana State                                890    1. Brent Wanner            Wake Forest             207
9. Georgia Tech                                     890    14.   North Carolina                                 891    T2. Jack Ferguson          Clemson                 210
10. Ohio State                                      892    15.   Ohio State                                     900         Bill Haas             Wake Forest             210
11. Furman                                          895                                                                     Kevin Kisner          Georgia                 210
12. Wake Forest                                     902    Individual                   School                 Score        D.J. Trahan           Clemson                 210
T13. North Carolina State                           906    1. Nick Cassini              Georgia                  210   T6. John Humphries         Louisiana State         211
      Georgia Southern                              906    2. Erik Compton              Georgia                  211        Stuart Moore          Auburn                  211
15. Virginia                                        907    T3. D.J. Trahan              Clemson                  212        Richard Treis         North Carolina          211
* playoff winner                                                Bubba Dickerson         Florida                  212   T9. Will Claxton           Auburn                  212
                                                                Chris Wisler            East Tennessee State     212        Ari Savolainen        Florida                 212
Individual                  School                 Score        Bryant Odom             Georgia                  212   11. Eirik Johansen         South Carolina          213
1. Steve Scott              Florida                 211*   7. Travis Mobley             Georgia Southern         213
                                                                                                                       2004 - march 20-21
2. Michael Morrison         Georgia                  211   T8. Justin Kolumber          Georgia Southern         214
                                                                                                                       Team                                             Score
3. Kyle Thompson            South Carolina           213        David Sanchez           North Carolina State     214
                                                                                                                       1. Florida                                         859
T4. Scott Volpitto          Texas Christian          214        Lucas Glover            Clemson                  214
                                                                                                                       2. Georgia                                         869
      Jonathon Byrd         Clemson                  214   T11. Luke Donald             Northwestern             215
                                                                                                                       3. South Carolina                                  871
      Robert Duck           Augusta State            214        Jamie Elson             Augusta State            215
                                                                                                                       4. Duke                                            872
7. Chris Emanuel            Ohio State               215        Dustin Bray             North Carolina           215
                                                                                                                       5. Augusta State                                   876
8. Eamonn Brady             East Tennessee State     216        John Bloomfield         South Carolina           215
                                                                                                                       6. Clemson                                         878
9. Gary Girard              Texas Christian          217
                                                           2002 - march 23-24                                          7. Louisiana State                                 879
T10. Blake Adams            Georgia Southern         218
                                                           Team                                                Score   T8. Southern California                            881
      Michael Capone        Wake Forest              218
                                                           1. Augusta State                                      865       Wake Forest                                    881
      Mike Christensen      Duke                     218
                                                           2. Wake Forest                                        867   10. Ohio State                                     882
* playoff winner
                                                           3. North Carolina State                               871   11. Georgia Southern                               884
2000 - march 25-26                                         4. Florida                                            872   12. North Carolina State                           890
Team                                               Score   5. Georgia                                            874   13. North Carolina                                 892
1. Georgia                                           829   T6. Clemson                                           876   14. Tennessee                                      893
2. Clemson                                           846       Duke                                              876   15. Auburn                                         895
3. North Carolina State                              852   8. Louisiana State                                    878
T4. Florida                                          861   9. Tennessee                                          880   Individual                 School                Score
    Duke                                             861   10. Georgia Southern                                  885   1. Matt Every              Florida                 207
6. Augusta State                                     865   11. Washington                                        886   2. Bill Haas               Wake Forest             209
7. South Carolina                                    869   12. East Tennessee State                              888   3. Chris Kirk              Georgia                 212
8. Texas Christian                                   870   13. Auburn                                            893   4. Nathan Smith            Duke                    213
9. Northwestern                                      872   14. North Carolina                                    897   T5. Colin Biles            Ohio State              214
10. North Carolina                                   873   15. South Carolina                                    901        Scott Oxandaboure     Southern California     214
11. Louisiana State                                  876                                                                    Camilo Villegas       Florida                 214
12. East Tennessee State                             879   Individual                   School                 Score   T8. Jessie Mudd            Florida                 215
13. Tennessee                                        880   1. Justin Walters            North Carolina State     207        Martin Ureta          North Carolina          215
14. Georgia Southern                                 882   2. Bryant Odom               Georgia                  212   T10. Alex Hamilton         South Caorlina          216
15. Ohio State                                       886   T3. Michael Webb             Augusta State            214        Major Manning         Augusta State           216
                                                                Oliver Wilson           Augusta State            214        Stephen Poole         Clemson                 216
Individual                  School                 Score   T5. Ari Savolainen           Florida                  215        Kurt Watkins          Georgia Southern        216
1. Bubba Watson             Georgia                  203        D.J. Trahan             Clemson                  215
                                                                                                                       2005 - march 19-20
2. Max Harris               North Carolina           205        Camilo Villegas         Florida                  215
                                                                                                                       Team                                             Score
3. Nick Cassini             Georgia                  207   8. Travis Mobley             Georgia Southern         216
                                                                                                                       1. Duke                                            868
4. Matt Krauss              Duke                     208   T9. Nathan Goulding          Louisiana State          217
                                                                                                                       2. Auburn                                          869
T5. Carl Pettersson         North Carolina State     210        Adam Riddering          East Tennessee State     217
                                                                                                                       T3. Tennessee                                      882
     Luke Donald            Northwestern             210        Chris Yoder             Wake Forest              217
                                                                                                                           Georgia                                        882
     Erik Compton           Georgia                  210
                                                           2003 - march 22-23                                          5. Georgia Southern                                883
     Lucas Glover           Clemson                  210
                                                           Team                                                Score   6. South Carolina                                  885
     Michael Maness         South Carolina           210
                                                           1. Wake Forest                                        844   7. Minnesota                                       886
     John Engler            Clemson                  210
                                                           2. Clemson                                            847   8. Augusta State                                   888
11. Michael Morrison        Georgia                  211
                                                           3. Georgia                                            854   9. North Carolina                                  889
2001 - march 24-25                                         4. Florida                                            858   10. Florida                                        890
Team                                               Score   5. Auburn                                             860   11. Louisiana State                                901
1. Georgia                                           854   6. North Carolina State                               861   12. Clemson                                        903
2. Georgia Southern                                  858   7. South Carolina                                     869   13. Ohio State                                     904
3. Clemson                                           859   8. North Carolina                                     872   14. Southern California                            909
4. Augusta State                                     867   9. East Tennessee State                               873   15. North Carolina State                           917
5. Florida                                           870   10. Augusta State                                     877
6. Northwestern                                      873   11. Georgia Southern                                  879   Individual           School                      Score
7. East Tennessee State                              876   12. Louisiana State                                   880   1. Mark Anderson     South Carolina               215*
8. South Carolina                                    880   13. Tennessee                                         883   2. Jon David Kennedy Georgia Southern              215

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                                                                                                                                            All-Time Results
T3. Patton Kizzire         Auburn                  216    T4. Baker Elmore                South Carolina      215    2009 - march 20-22
      Ross McGowan         Tennessee               216         Matt Harmon                Michigan State      215    Team                                        Score
      Stuart Moore         Auburn                  216         Adam Mitchell              Georgia             215    1. South Carolina                             865
T6. Ryan Blaum             Duke                    217    T7. Jamie Bowen                 Auburn              216    T2. Tennessee                                 867
      David Denham         Georgia                 217         Bronson Burgoon            Texas A&M           216         NC State                                 867
      Scott Jamieson       Augusta State           217         Bryan Jones                Georgia Southern    216    4. Florida                                    870
      Nathan Smith         Duke                    217         Major Manning              Augusta State       216    5. Kentucky                                   875
      Emmett Turner        Augusta State           217    T11. Brian Harman               Georgia             217    6. Georgia Southern                           876
11. Bronson LaCassie       Minnesota               218         Tim McKenney               Florida             217    7. North Carolina                             879
* playoff                                                      Pete Oriol                 Arizona             217    8. Mississippi                                882
                                                               Steve Saunders             New Mexico          217    9. Auburn                                     882
2006 - march 18-19
                                                               Matthew Swan               Alabama             217    10. North Florida                             884
Team                                              Score
                                                               Martin Ureta               North Carolina      217    11. Virginia                                  885
1. North Carolina                                   857
                                                                                                                     T12. Vanderbilt                               886
2. Florida                                          859
                                                                                                                          LSU                                      886
3. Kentucky                                         865
                                                                                                                     14. Iowa                                      889
4. Auburn                                           871
                                                                                                                     15. Georgia State                             892
5. Alabama                                          875
                                                                                                                     16. Oklahoma                                  896
T6. Michigan State                                  876
                                                                                                                     17. Augusta State                             900
    Minnesota                                       876
                                                                                                                     18. Notre Dame                                912
    North Carolina State                            876
9. Tennessee                                        877
                                                                                                                     Individual               School             Score
10. Augusta State                                   880
                                                                                                                     1. Matt Hill             NC State             209
11. South Carolina                                  883
                                                                                                                     2. George Bryan IV       South Carolina       212
12. Louisiana State                                 887
                                                                                                                     3. Jonathan Randolph     Mississippi          213
13. Georgia Southern                                890
                                                          Alabama won its first Schenkel title in 2008.              T4. Darren Blair         NC State             214
13. Ohio State                                      890
                                                                                                                          Taylor Floyd*       Augusta State        214
15. Toledo                                          915   2008 - march 14-16                                              Billy Horschel      Florida              214
                                                          Team                                               Score
                                                                                                                          Tim McKenney        Florida              214
Individual                 School                 Score   1. Alabama                                           849
                                                                                                                          Kevin O’Connell     North Carolina       214
1. Matt Harmon             Michigan State           207   2. Florida                                           856
                                                                                                                          Sang Yi             LSU                  214
2. Robert Riesen           North Carolina           209   3. South Carolina                                    859
                                                                                                                     10. Glenn Northcutt      Auburn               215
T3. Brad Doster            Kentucky                 211   4. Tennessee                                         865
                                                                                                                     T11. Sam Braver          South Carolina       216
     Major Manning         Augusta State            211   T5. Georgia Southern                                 870
                                                                                                                          Brad Hopfinger      Iowa                 216
     Stephen Lewton        North Carolina State     211        UAB                                             870
                                                                                                                          Drew Lethem         Georgia Southern     216
T6. Martin Ureta           North Carolina           213   7. Louisiana State                                   871
                                                                                                                     T14. Joe David           Mississippi          217
     Matt Every            Florida                  213   8. Kentucky                                          877
                                                                                                                          David Holmes        Tennessee            217
8. Mark Harrell            Alabama                  214   9. North Florida                                     881
                                                                                                                          James Kania         Kentucky             217
9. Ted Smith               North Carolina           215   10. North Carolina                                   885
                                                                                                                          Chris Paisley       Tennessee            217
T10. Andy Winings          Kentucky                 216   11. Augusta State                                    886
                                                                                                                          Darren Renwick      Tennessee            217
     Erik Johansen         South Carolina           216   T12. Auburn                                          888
                                                                                                                          Andy Winings        Kentucky             217
     James Vargas          Florida                  216        Notre Dame                                      888
                                                                                                                     T20. Logan Blondell      Georgia Southern     218
     Josh Persons          Minnesota                216   14. Michigan State                                   890
                                                                                                                          Jon Curran          Vanderbilt           218
     Stuart Moore          Auburn                   216   15. Minnesota                                        891
                                                                                                                          Cole Moreland       Auburn               218
                                                          16. North Carolina State                             892
2007 - march 17-18                                                                                                        Henrik Norlander    Augusta State        218
Team                                              Score   17. New Mexico                                       901
                                                                                                                          Conrad von Borsig   Virginia             218
1. Georgia                                          854   18. Boston College                                   937
                                                                                                                     2010 - march 19-21
2. Alabama                                          860
                                                          Individual                      School             Score   Team                                        Score
3. Auburn                                           868
                                                          1. George Bryan IV              South Carolina       208   1. Auburn                                     862
4. South Carolina                                   874
                                                          2. Michael Thompson             Alabama              209   2. North Florida                              863
5. Florida                                          881
                                                          3. Logan Blondell               Georgia Southern     210   3. Virginia                                   865
6. Texas A&M                                        886
                                                          T4. Billy Horschel              Florida              211   4. Alabama                                    868
7. Georgia Southern                                 887
                                                               Matthew Swan               Alabama              211   T5. Tennessee                                 871
8. Augusta State                                    888
                                                          T6. Josh Sandman                Notre Dame           212       Ole Miss                                  871
9. New Mexico                                       889
                                                               Brad Smith                 UAB                  212   7. N.C. State                                 872
10. Tennessee                                       890
                                                               Manuel Villegas            Florida              212   8. Florida                                    875
11. Arizona                                         891
                                                          T9. Tyler Brown                 Florida              214   9. LSU                                        877
12. North Carolina                                  896
                                                               Kevin O’Connell            North Carolina       214   10. South Carolina                            878
13. Louisiana State                                 897
                                                               Michael O’Neal             North Florida        214   11. Vanderbilt                                881
14. Michigan State                                  898
                                                          12. Clayton Rotz                Louisiana State      215   12. Georgia Southern                          883
15. Ohio State                                      903
                                                          T13. Patrick Cunning            South Carolina       216   13. North Carolina                            888
16. Kentucky                                        907
                                                               Andrew Loupe               Louisiana State      216   14. Kentucky                                  889
17. Minnesota                                       910
                                                               Joe Monte *                Georgia Southern     216   15. Louisville                                898
18. North Carolina State                            911
                                                               Philip Pettitt             Tennessee            216
                                                               Robin Wingardh             Tennessee            216   Individual               School             Score
Individual                 School                 Score
                                                                                                                     T1. Jonathan Randolph    Ole Miss            211*
1. Chris Kirk              Georgia                  210
                                                                                                                          Jordan Gibb*        North Florida        211
2. Brendon Todd            Georgia                  212
                                                                                                                          Hunter Hamrick      Alabama              211
3. Michael Thompson        Alabama                  213

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     All-Time Results
T4. Kevin Phelan         North Florida                212   10. John Peterson          LSU                   213      iNDiViDUaL CHampiONS
     J.C. Horne          North Florida                212   T11. Andres Echavarria     Florida               215
T6. Logan Blondell*      Georgia Southern             213        Sang Yi               LSU                   215
     Bank Vongvanij      Florida                      213   T13. Zach Primavera        Mississippi           216
     Will Collins        Virginia                     213        Michael McGowan       North Carolina        216
     Kyle Kopsick        Auburn                       213   T15. Joe David             Mississippi           217
T10. Will McCurdy        Auburn                       215        Ben Rusch             Virginia              217
     Ben Kohles          Virginia                     215        Joe Byun              North Florida         217
T12. Garrick Porteous    Tennessee                    216        Mitchell Sutton       NC State              217
     John Peterson       LSU                          216        Austin Gutgsell       LSU                   217
     Hudson Johnson      Vanderbilt                   216
                                                            2012 - march 16-18
T15. Riley Wheeldon      Louisville                   217
                                                            Team                                            Score
     George Bryan IV     South Carolina               217
                                                            1. Alabama                      268-269-280=817 (-47)        Ben Kohles of Virginia in 2012.
     Ben Fuqua           Kentucky                     217
                                                            2. Virginia                     283-275-281=839 (-25)
     Paul Woodbury       South Carolina               217
                                                            T3. Auburn                      282-277-288=847 (-17)
     Cole Moreland       Auburn                       217
                                                                Florida                     280-285-282=847 (-17)
T20. Josh Jones*         LSU                          218
                                                            5. UAB                           286-279-290=855 (-9)
     Tyson Alexander     Florida                      218
                                                            6. Mississippi                   280-286-292=858 (-6)
     David Holmes        Tennessee                    218
                                                            7. North Florida                 286-285-291=862 (-2)
     Michael McGowan North Carolina                   218
                                                            8. South Carolina                 293-277-294=864 (E)
     Austin Gutsgell     LSU                          218
                                                            9. Kentucky                      286-286-298=870 (+6)
     Billy Brozovich     Ole Miss                     218
                                                            10. Vanderbilt                  304-289-282=875 (+11)
     Adam Hogue          NC State                     218
                                                            11. Georgia Southern            296-292-290=878 (+14)
     Hunter Slatton      Alabama                      218
                                                            12. Notre Dame                  289-293-300=882 (+14)
     Matt Hill           NC State                     218
                                                            13. Minnesota                   300-284-300=884 (+20)
     Steven Rojas        Virginia                     218
                                                            14. North Carolina State        301-286-298=885 (+21)
*Jonathan Randolph won the individual title in a playoff                                                                Florida’s Bank Vongvanij in 2011.
                                                            Individual                 School              Score
                                                            1. Ben Kohles              Virginia         198 (-18)
                                                            2. Blayne Barber           Auburn           201 (-15)
                                                            T3. Justin Thomas          Alabama          204 (-12)
                                                                 Cory Whitsett         Alabama          204 (-12)
                                                            T5. Hunter Hamrick         Alabama          206 (-10)
                                                                 Bibby Wyatt           Alabama          206 (-10)
                                                            T7. Blake Morris           Mississippi       207 (-9)
                                                                 Ben Rusch             Virginia          207 (-9)
                                                            9. T.J. Vogel              Florida           208 (-8)
                                                            T10. Tyler McCumber        Florida           210 (-6)
                                                                 Joe David             Mississippi       210 (-6)
Auburn won the team title in 2010.
                                                            12. Kevin Phelan           North Florida     211 (-5)
                                                                                                                    Jonathan Randolph from Ole Miss in 2010.
2011 - march 18-20                                          T13. J.D. Tomlinson        Florida           212 (-4)
Team                                               Score         Max Scodro            Notre Dame        212 (-4)
T1 Auburn*                                           848         Niclas Carlsson       Auburn            212 (-4)
     Florida                                         848    T16. Adam Hofmann          Vanderbilt        213 (-3)
3. Virginia                                          858         Sam Love              UAB               213 (-3)
4. LSU                                               862         Paul Dunne            UAB               213 (-3)
5. North Florida                                     863         Will McCurdy          Auburn            213 (-3)
6. North Carolina State                              865    20. Peter Kellerman        North Florida     214 (-2)
T7. North Carolina                                   880
     Minnesota                                       880
     Georgia Southern                                880
10. Tennessee                                        881
11. Mississippi                                      883
12. Notre Dame                                       888                                                                  NC State’s Matt Hill in 2009.
T13. Vanderbilt                                      896
     Kentucky                                        896
15. Mississippi State                                916

Individual                     School              Score
1. Bank Vongvanij              Florida               207
T2. Kevin Aylwin               North Florida         208
     Kyle Kopsick              Auburn                208
4. Phillip Choi                Florida               210
T5. Ben Kohles                 Virginia              211
     Blayne Barber             Auburn                211
T7. Amory Davis                Virginia              212
     Albin Choi                NC State              212
                                                                                                                    South Carolina’s George Bryan IV in 2008.
     Niclas Carlsson           Auburn                212

22
 The Schenkel Invitational would like to thank
   all the local patrons and sponsors for their
support through the years. Anyone interested in
  becoming a patron for 2014, please contact
 Shenkel Invitational Chairman Wes Brunn at
               wes.brunn@fmins.com

				
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