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									About Georgia State University
Location:                                 Atlanta, Ga.     Affiliation:                       NCAA Division I
Founded:                                         1913      Conference:   Colonial Athletic Association (CAA)
Enrollment:                                    28,000      Nickname:                                Panthers
President:                            Dr. Mark Becker      Colors:                       Royal Blue & White
Athletics Director:                   Cheryl L. Levick     Mascot:                                    Pounce
                                                           Web Site:               GeorgiaStateSports.com


Georgia State Men’s Golf
Head Coach:                             Joe Inman
                    (1st season, Wake Forest ‘70)
Phone:                              404.413.4065
Fax:                                404.413.4001
E-mail:                    athjci@langate.gsu.edu
Assistant Coach:                        Ben Moody
                        (1st season, Alabama ‘08)
Phone:                              404.413.4065
E-mail:                         rmoody5@gsu.edu
Home Course:                  Eagle’s Landing C.C.
                                  Stockbridge, Ga.
                             EaglesLandingCC.com
Team NCAA Championship Appearances:              4
                        (2000, 2004, 2005, 2007)
Team NCAA Regional Appearances:                 10
                 (1999, 2000, 2001, 2003, 2004,
                 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009)
Individual Conference Championships:             3
                               (2001, 2006, 2008)
Team Conference Championships:                   6
           (1998, 2000, 2001, 2005, 2006, 2008)
2008-09 Record:                           70-67-4
2008-09 Conference Finish:                     2nd
Starters Returning/Lost:                       4/1
Letterwinners Returning/Lost:                  5/2
Newcomers:                                       2


Georgia State Sports Communications
Assoc. AD of Sports Communications:     Allison George
Phone:                                   404.413.4032
Cell Phone:                              678.595.7728
E-mail:                              ageorge@gsu.edu
Asst. AD of Sports Communications:        Charlie Taylor
E-mail:                               ctaylor@gsu.edu
Phone:                                   404.413.4031
Men’s Golf Sports Information Director: Cavan Fosnes
Office Phone:                             404.413.4034
Cell Phone:                             615-708-1985
Fax:                                     404.413.4035
Address:                125 Decatur Street, Suite 130
                                    Atlanta, GA 30303
2008-09 Georgia State Men’s Golf Roster
Name                 Ht.             Cl.                  Hometown/High School
Jared Cagle          6-3             Fr.-R.               Gainesville, Ga./Johnson High School
Alex Castro          5-9             So.                  Alpharetta, Ga./Alpharetta High School
Alan Fowler          5-8             So.                  Gainesville, Ga./North Hall High School
Tim Freund           6-0             Sr.                  Greensboro, Ga./Home School
Allen John           5-9             Fr.                  Mannheim, Germany/Privat Gymnasium
Stephen Oakey        6-1             Fr-R.                LaGrange, Ga./LaGrange High Schol
Brent Paul           5-8             So.                  Columbus, Ga./Hardaway High School
Tobias Rosendahl     6-1             So.                  Haljarp, Sweden/Univ. of West Florida
Tom Sherreard        6-1             Jr.                  Maidstone, England/Maplesden Noakes School

Head Coach: Joe Inman (1st year, Wake Forest ‘70)
Assistant Coach: Ben Moody (1st year, Alabama ‘08)

                                              Panther Pronunciations
                                              Jared Cagle .............................................. KAY-gull
                                              Tim Freund ...............................................FROYnd
                                              Tobias Rosendahl ........... Toe-BIAS ROSE-en-doll
                                              Tom Sherreard .........................................SHA-rard



  2008-09 Schedule and Results
  Date                Tournament                                                                   Location
  Sept. 12-14         Carpet Capital Collegiate                                                    Dalton, Ga.
                      T15th of 18
  Sept. 28-30         Hartford Invitational                                                        North Falmouth, Mass.
                      3rd of 23
  Oct. 13-14          Jerry Pate National Intercollegiate                                          Birmingham, Ala.
                      7th of 12
  Nov. 3-4            Rees Jones Intercollegiate                                                   Daufuskie Island, S.C.
                      2nd of 12
  Feb. 14-15          SunTrust Gator Invitational                                                  Gainesville, Fla.
                      10th of 14
  Feb. 22-24          John Hayt Collegiate                                                         Ponte Vedra, Fla.
                      5th of 15
  Mar. 20-22          Schenkel “E-Z-GO” Invitational                                               Statesboro, Ga.
                      15th of 18
  Mar. 29-31          Hootie at Bulls Bay                                                          Awendaw, S.C.
                      12th of 15
  Apr. 3-5            Administaff Augusta State Invitational                                       Augusta, Ga.
                      8th of 17
  Apr. 17-19          CAA Conference Championship                                                  Callaway Gardens, Ga.
                      2nd of 11
  May 14-16           NCAA Southeast Regional                                                      Sorrento, Fla.

  May 28-31           NCAA Championship                                                            Toledo, Ohio
2009 NCAA Regional Fields
Northeast Regional                         Southwest Regional                           West Regional
Galloway National Golf Club                University of Texas Golf Club                Lake Merced Golf Club
Galloway, N.J.                             Austin, Texas                                Daly City, Calif.

Teams:                                     Teams:                                       Teams:
1. Clemson                                 1. Stanford                                  1. Southern California
2. Alabama                                 2. Florida                                   2. Texas A&M
3. Illinois*                               3. Texas Tech                                3. Arizona State
4. Tennessee                               4. Texas                                     4. San Diego State
5. Wake Forest                             5. UNLV                                      5. UC Davis*
6. Colorado State                          6. California                                6. Oregon
7. Kent State*                             7. Lamar*                                    7. New Mexico
8. Coastal Carolina*                       8. Michigan                                  8. Colorado
9. Virginia                                9. Texas-Arlington                           9. UC Irvine
10. Penn State                             10. Virginia Tech                            10. Kansas State
11. Minnesota                              11. Mississippi State                        11. Oregon State
12. VCU*                                   12. New Mexico State*                        12. San Diego
13. Columbia*                              13. Jackson State*                           13. San Francisco*
14. Sacred Heart*
                                            Individuals:                                 Invidividuals:
Individuals:                                1. Glenn Northcutt, Auburn                   1. Grant Doverspike, Fresno State
1. Kevin O’Connell, North Carolina          2. Ken Looper, New Orleans                   2. Brady Johnson, Brigham Young
2. Dan Woltman, Wisconsin                   3. Cole Moreland, Auburn                     3. Nick Delio, Cal State Northridge
3. Robert Karlsson, Liberty                 4. Adam Cornelson, New Orleans               4. Scott Smith, Nevada
4. Peter Williamson, Darthmouth             5. Cedric Scotto, Southeastern Louisiana     5. Geoff Gonzalez, Cal Poly
5. Eric Hawerchak, Central Conn.            6. Jeff Gerlich, Texas State                 6. Robbie Fillmore, Brigham Young
                                            7. Mattew Carvell, Southeastern Louisiana    7. Mark Hubbard, San Jose State
                                            8. Corey Roberson, Texas State               8. Kevin Tucker, Washington State
                                            9. Fergal Rafferty, Sam Houston              9. Bhavik Patel, Fresno State
                                            10. Gonzalo Berlin, Jacksonville State       10. Greg Moss, Loyola Marymount
Southeast Regional                         Central Regional                             South Central Regional
RedTail Golf Club                          The Club at Olde Stone                       Karsten Creek Golf Club
Sorrento, Fla.                             Bowling Green, Ky.                           Stillwater, Okla.

Teams:                                     Teams:                                       Teams:
1. Georgia*                                1. Washington*                               1. Oklahoma State*
2. Indiana                                 2. Georgia Tech*                             2. Arkansas
3. South Carolina                          3. North Carolina State                      3. TCU*
4. Central Florida*                        4. UCLA                                      4. LSU
5. Florida State                           5. Mississippi                               5. Chattanooga*
6. Arizona                                 6. East Tennessee State                      6. Pepperdine
7. Augusta State                           7. Duke                                      7. Michigan State
8. Kentucky                                8. Louisville*                               8. Baylor
9. Georgia Southern                        9. Ohio State                                9. Northwestern
10. Georgia State                          10. Vanderbilt                               10. Tulsa
11. Iowa                                   11. Middle Tennessee*                        11. Denver
12. Charlotte*                             12. Austin Peay State *                      12. Wichita State*
13. Campbell*                              13. Cleveland State*                         13. Oral Roberts*
14. Loyola (Maryland)*                     14. Bucknell *
                                                                                        Invidividuals:
Individuals:                               Individuals:                                 1. Trent Peterson, South Dakota State
1. Zach Sucher, UAB                        1. Mike Van Sickle, Marquette                2. Peter Malnati, Missouri
2. M. Etienne Bussierres, South Alabama    2. Sebastian MacLean, Xavier                 3. Tom Whitney, Air Force
3. Josh Brock, North Carolina-Wilmington   3. Trey Bowling, Eastern Kentucky            4. Kelly Kraft, SMU
4. Bill Jones III, Mercer                  4. Tyler Duncan, Purdue                      5. Eric Onesi, Old Dominion
5. Kelly McHugh, Florida Atlantic          5. John Montgomery, Alabama State            6. Chris Ross, Eastern Michigan
                                                                                        7. Roger Sloan, UTEP
*- Denotes Conference Champion                                                          8. Nate Page, Southern Utah
                                                                                        9. Devin Carrey, Louisiana-Lafayette
                                                                                        10. James Kwon, SMU
Joe Inman
Head Coach
Wake Forest, ‘70 (First Year)
Long-time professional golfer Joe Inman, who
has enjoyed success on the PGA and Champions           Inman has been heavily involved in community
Tours, begins his first year as head coach of the       and charitable activities, particularly in the At-
Georgia State men’s program. Named on Aug. 4,          lanta area. He serves on the board of directors of
2008, Inman takes over a program that has reached      First Tee Atlanta, and he founded the Larry Nel-
the NCAA Regionals nine of the last 10 years.          son-Joe Inman Foundation to support youth golf
                                                       initiatives.
Spanning more than 25 years, Inman’s pro play-
ing career includes four victories, one on the PGA     As a collegian, Inman was a three-time all-Amer-
Tour and three on the Champions Tour. He had           ica at Wake Forest, earning first-team honors in
nearly 100 top 25 finishes on each circuit, and his     1969 following third-team accolades in 1968 and
career earnings total over $5 million.                 honorable mention recognition in 1967. Playing
                                                       on powerhouse teams under legendary coach Jes-
Inman’s career on the PGA Tour saw him play in         se Haddock, Inman helped the Demon Deacons
329 events, highlighted by a victory in the 1976       to three straight Atlantic Coast Conference titles
Kemper Open. He also posted three runner-up fin-        and top-three NCAA finishes in 1968 and 1969.
ishes and four third-place showings on the PGA         His college teammates included future PGA Tour
Tour, along with 32 top 10 performances and 98         standouts Lanny Wadkins and Leonard Thomp-
finishes in the top 25.                                 son.

After working as a sales representative for PING       He graduated from Wake Forest in 1970 with a
from 1989-97, Inman began playing on the Cham-         bachelor’s degree in history and turned pro in
pions Tour in 1998. He owns three tournament           1972.
titles, winning the Pacific Bell Open in 1998 and
1999 and the SBC Open in 2000. He also com-            Inman, 60, and his wife, Nancy, reside in Mari-
piled two runner-up finishes, three third-place         etta, Ga., and have three children: Craig, Sally
efforts, 33 top-10 showings and 88 top-25 per-         and Kate. His younger brother, John Inman, is a
formances while missing only seven cuts in 276         two-time winner on the PGA Tour who is now the
events on the senior circuit.                          head coach at North Carolina.


 Ben Moody
 Assistant Coach
 Alabama, ‘08
 Ben Moody begins his first season as the assisant      Moody graduated from Central High in Tusca-
 golf coach for the Georgia State men’s golf team.     loosa in 2003, leading Central to back-to-back
 Moody, a native of Tuscaloosa, Ala., recently fin-     second place finishes at the Alabama State Cham-
 ished his collegiate golf career at the University    pionships.
 of Alabama. Moody will assist in all aspects of the
 men’s program under first-year coach Joe Inman.        He graduated from Alabama with a degree in hu-
                                                       man environmental science, while aspiring to be
 The 2006 Alabama State Amateur Champion won           a college golf coach. Throughout his collegiate
 the title in his hometown at the NorthRiver Yacht     experience, Moody always played a large role
 Club. Moody shot 11-under (69-69-69-66) on his        in the community. He was a part of the First Tee
 way to the title.                                     program, as well as Read Across America for two
                                                       years. Moody also participated as a P.A.R.A Bas-
 Prior to transferring to Alabama, Moody played        ketball coach.
 at former Georgia State A-Sun rival Troy Univer-
 sity.                                                 Ben married the former Beth Newman on August
                                                       9, 2008. His father Rick was the head coach of the
 At Troy, Moody competed in nine tournaments,          Alabama women’s basketball team from 1990-
 accumulating a 75.5 scoring average during his        2005 (retired), reaching the Final Four in 1994.
 freshman and sophomore seasons. His career low        He is now an assistant coach at Syracuse.
 came at the Emerald Coast Collegiate in 2005,
 shooting a 69. He had a career best finish of fifth
 at the Southern Showdown hosted by Birming-
 ham Southern.
                                Tim Freund
                                Senior • Height: 6-0 • Swings: Right
                                Greensboro, Georgia • Home School

                              2008-09: Competed in two events for the Pan-           2004-05: Made collegiate debut in season-
                              thers, once as an individual.                          opener at the Radrick Farms Intercollegiate...
                                                                                     Finished 75th with a score of 236.
                              2007-08: Competed in six events during the sea-
                              son…Placed 22nd at the Fairfield Spring Invita-         Amateur: Freund was a 2003-04 International
                              tional in a field of 56…Named to the Dean’s List        Junior Golf Tour All-American...Was also the
                              (3.5 GPA or above) for Fall academic work.             Junior Tour All-American in 2002...Shot a ca-
                                                                                     reer-best 67 to qualify for the U.S. Junior Ama-
                              2006-07: Sat out the season as a redshirt, retaining   teur in 2002...Came from nine strokes down at
                              two years of eligibility.                              the start of the final round to win the Interna-
                                                                                     tional Junior Golf Tour at Williamsburg, Va....
                              2005-06: Competed in six events in his second          Competed in the 2007 Daikin Spirit of America
                              year at State...Recorded a career-best finish at the    Championship.
                              Mercedes-Benz Intercollegiate, tying for 11th-
                              place with a total of 226 (76-73-77)...Set a new       Personal: Born June 19, 1986 in Smithtown,
                              personal-low with a 70 in the third-round, also        N.Y...His parents are Steven and Lisa Freund...
                              marking a new third-round low score at the Shoal       Is the oldest of nine children...Has four broth-
                              Creek Intercollegiate.                                 ers, Steven, Jr., Peter, Lucas and Ben...Has four
                                                                                     sisters, Jaimie, Sarah, Christie and Faith...Was
                                                                                     home schooled...Majoring in marketing.


                                                                              Career Tournament Results
                                                                  2008-09
                                                                  Carpet Capital Collegiate         86-77-75--238 88th/90
                                                                  State Farm Laker Collegiate*      81-81-82--244 T81st/84
                                                                  Tournaments: 2, Rounds: 6, Strokes: 482, Season Average: 80.33

                                                                  2007-08
                                                                  PING/Golfweek NCAA Preview 77-86-81--244 75th of 75
                                                                  John Hayt Collegiate Invitational 80-78-82--240 77th of 81
                                                                  Fairfield Spring Invitational      83               T22nd of 56
                                                                  Linger Longer Invitational        73-74-81--228 T46th of 75
                                                                  U.S. Collegiate Championship      81-76-82--239 74th of 78
                                                                  Tournaments: 5, Rounds: 13, Strokes: 1034, Season Average: 79.54
                                                                  2005-06
               Career Highlights                                  Shoal Creek Intercollegiate       72-76-70--218 14th of 75
Lowest Score: 70 (2005 Shoal Creek Intercollegiate)               Gary Koch Invitational            77-80-72--229 51st of 60
Best Finish: 11th (2006 Mercedes-Benz Intercollegiate)            Mercedes-Benz Intercollegiate     76-73-77--226 11th of 77
Low Tournament Score (2 Rds): N/A
Low Tournament Score (3 Rds): 218 (2005 Shoal Creek
                                                                  SunTrust Gator Invitational       76-74-79--229 52nd of 75
          Intercollegiate)                                        Hyatt Plantation Club Inter.      75-78-77--230 53rd of 59
Best 1st Round: 72 (2005 Shoal Creek Intercollegiate)             Linger Longer Invitational        80-77-76--233 T59th of 69
Best 2nd Round: 72 (2004 Troy University Invitational)            Tournaments: 6, Rounds: 18, Strokes: 1365, Season Average: 75.83
Best 3rd Round: 70 (2005 Shoal Creek Intercollegiate)
1st-5th Finishes: 0                                               2004-05
6th-10th Finishes: 0                                              Radrick Farms Intercollegiate     84-75-77--236 75th of 78
11th-20th Finishes: 2                                             Troy University Invitational (JV) 79-72-80--231 39th of 70
Total Top-20 Finishes: 2
Tournaments: 18
                                                                  Hyatt Plantation Club Inter.      73-78-76--227 40th of 58
Rounds: 52                                                        Conrad Rehling Spring Invit.      81-79-75--235 43rd of 69
Strokes: 3553                                                     Billy Hitchcock Intercollegiate   74-74-77--225 24th of 63
Career Stroke Average: 77.59                                      Tournaments: 5, Rounds: 15, Strokes: 1154, Season Average: 76.93
                                 Tom Sherreard
                                 Junior • Height: 6-1 • Swings: Right
                                 Maidstone, England • Maplesden Noakes School
                                                                                          Career Highlights
                                                                        Lowest Score: 67 (2008 Hartford Invitational)
                                                                        Best Finish: T3rd (2008 CAA Championships)
                                                                        Low Tournament Score (2 Rds): 141 (2008 Hartford Invitational)
                                                                        Low Tournament Score (3 Rds): 211 (2007 Jerry Pate National
                                                                                  Intercollegiate, 2008 CAA Championships)
                                                                        Best 1st Round: 70 (2006 Carpet Capital, 2007 Administaff/Augusta
                                                                                  State Invite, 2007 Jerry Pate Intercollegiate, 2009 Schenkel
2008-09: Named Second-Team All-CAA... Posted one top-10 and                       E-Z-GO Invitational, 2009 Administaff/Augusta State
seven top-25s... Fired a career-best 67 at the Hartford Invitational              Invitational)
                                                                        Best 2nd Round: 67 (2008 Hartford Invitational)
and simultaneously posted his career-best finish, third.                 Best 3rd Round: 68 (2007 CAA Championships, 2008 CAA Champi-
                                                                        onships)
2007-08: Earned PING All-Southeast Regional honors...Named              1st-5th Finishes: 2
First-Team All-CAA…Named CAA Scholar Athlete of the Year...             6th-10th Finishes: 2
Garnered All-Tournament honors for finishing fourth in the 2008          11th-20th Finishes: 11
CAA Championship (73-70-68 – 211), his career-best finish and ty-        Total Top-20 Finishes: 15
ing his career-best three-round score… Named to the Dean’s List         Tournaments: 32
(3.5 GPA or above) for Fall academic work.                              Rounds: 94
                                                                        Strokes: 6884
                                                                        Career Stroke Average: 73.23
2006-07: Competed in all 11 events...Totaled five top 20 finishes...
Recorded best finish with a tie for 11th-place at the John Hayt Col-              Career Tournament Results
legiate Invitational (77-75-71--223), the Administaff Augusta State    2008-09
                                                                       Carpet Capital Collegiate             77-73-69--219      T26th/90
Invitational (70-71-74--215) and the Linger Longer Invitational (73-
                                                                       Hartford Invitational                 74-67--141         T3rd/118
71-69) with a 213 total…Tied for 56th (71-76-78--225) at NCAA          Jerry Pate National Inter.            71-69-72--212      T20th/60
East Regional, helping the Panthers advance to their fourth NCAA       Rees Jones Intercollegiate            75-76-77--228      T19th/60
Championship appearance...Carded 220 (75-72-73) at the NCAA            SunTrust Gator Invitational           72-69-75--216      T35th/75
Championships...Received the CAA Commissioner’s Academic               John Hayt Collegiate Invit.           75-77-73--225      T13th/84
Award... Member of the Dean’s List both semesters for academic         Schenkel E-Z-GO Invitational          70-77-79--226      T62nd/96
excellence.                                                            Hootie at Bulls Bay                   79-73-70--222      T54th/96
                                                                       Administaff/Augusta St. Invit.        70-70-72--212      T18th/96
                                                                       CAA Championship                      74-73-76--223      T12th/55
Amateur: Became the fourth Panther in school history to qualify        Tournaments: 10; Rounds: 29; Strokes: 2124; Season Avg.: 73.2
for the 2008 British Open...Tied for 19th at The Open, shooting 77-
69-76-72--294... Was tied with the likes of Phil Mickelson, Trevor     2007-08
Immelman, Davis Love III and U.S. Open runner-up Rocco Me-             Carpet Capital Collegiate             76-75-72--223      T40th/88
diate...Reached the semi-finals of the English Amateur Champi-          PING/GolfWeek Preview                 75-71-75--221      T19th/75
onship, an event that has been played since 1925 and starts with       Jerry Pate National Intercollegiate   70-71-70--211      T23rd/60
                                                                       Club Glove Intercollegiate            78-78-75--231      T8th/62
281 competitors...Qualified for his second straight British Amateur     Callaway Match Play                   0-1-1 (2&1, Halved)
Championship (2008)...Was captain of the England Boys’ Golf            SunTrust Gator Invitational           70-71-74--215      T28th/75
Home International Squad in 2005...Earned Player of the Tourna-        John Hayt Coll. Invitational          75-73-77--225      T36th/81
ment in Boys’ Home Internationals in 2005...McEvoy Trophy Win-         Linger Longer Invitational            71-72-73--216      T9th/75
ner in English U18 stroke play in 2005...Won the Boys’ Home In-        U.S. Collegiate Champ.                78-76-73--227      T45th/78
ternationals in 2005...Kent Boys’ Nationals runner-up in 2002 and      Administaff/ASU Invitational          74-71--145         T27th/90
                                                                       CAA Championships                     73-70-68--211      4th/55
2003...Advanced to the second round of match play after making
                                                                       NCAA East Regional                    73-70-71--214      T47th/141
the cut following two qualifying rounds of the 2007 British Amateur    Tournaments: 11*; Rounds: 32; Strokes: 2334; Season Avg.: 72.93
Championships... Competed in Local Final Qualifying rounds for         *Statistics exclude match play
the 2007 British Open...Selected to compete for Great Britain at the
2007 World University Games where he finished 35th.                     2006-07
                                                                       Carpet Capital Collegiate             70-69-78--217      32nd/90
Prep: Attended Maplesden Noakes School for four years.                 Jerry Pate Nat. Intercoll.            74-72-71--217      44th/58
                                                                       Isleworth Intercoll. Invit.           77-74-76--227      36th/90
                                                                       SunTrust Gator Invit.                 75-73-77--225      T52nd/74
Personal: Born Thomas Charles Sherreard on July 31, 1987...His         John Hayt Col. Invit.                 77-75-71--223      T11th/77
parents are Nigel and Debbie Sherreard...Has one older brother         Administaff/ASU Invit.                70-71-74--215      T11th of 90
Ben...Currently is majoring in Psychology.                             U.S. Collegiate Champ.                77-75-73--225      T20th of 79
                                                                       CAA Championships                     75-76-68--219      T12th of 55
                                                                       Linger Longer Invit.                  73-71-69--213      T11th of 80
                                                                       NCAA East Regional                    71-76-78--225      T56th of 141
                                                                       NCAA Championship                     75-72-73--220
                                                                       Tournaments: 11; Rounds: 33; Strokes: 2426; Season Avg.: 73.51
                                  Alex Castro
                                  Sophomore • Height: 5-9 • Swings: Right
                                  Alpharetta, Georgia • Alpharetta High School

                                 2008-09: Appeared in five events for the Pan-           Prep: Castro graduated from Alpharetta High
                                 thers... Matched his career best, 70, at the 2008      School with honors in 2007 where he lettered in
                                 Carpet Capital Collegiate.                             golf for four seasons.

                                 2007-08: Appeared in nine events as a fresh-           Personal: Alex Alberto Castro was born April
                                 man…Posted a career-best finish of 23rd at the          18, 1989 in Baton Rouge, La. ... His parents are
                                 2008 CAA Championships where he tied his ca-           Alberto and Annie Franco ... He has two broth-
                                 reer-low round with a second-round 70 (77-70-76        ers, Franco and Roberto ... Roberto played golf at
                                 -- 223)…Fired a final round 70 at the Jerry Pate        Georgia Tech ... His aunt, Jenny Lidback, played
                                 Intercollegiate, on his way to a 54th place finish...   on the LPGA tour for 17 years and won a major
                                 Set a career best three-round score of 223 at the      championship, the 1995 du Maurier Classic and
                                 2007 Jerry Pate National Intercollegiate (78-75-       served as the volunteer assistant coach for Geor-
                                 70--223), which he would later tie at the CAA          gia State’s women’s golf team...Alex also enjoys
                                 Championships...Opened the Linger Longer In-           working in the community, volunteering for Habi-
                                 vitational with a 71…Fifth on the team in stroke       tat for Humanity.
                                 average (77.23)…Finished in the top 60 in four
                                 tournaments.

                                 Amateur: During the summer, Castro finished
                                 19th at the Georgia State Amateur Championship,
                                 shooting 73-73-71-71--287...Castro won the 2005
                                 Black Creek Junior Classic (SJGT) after shooting
                                 an opening round 69 ... Recorded eight Top Five
                                 finishes on the SJGT during a two-year stretch,
                                 including a pair of third place finishes at the 2005
                                 Jennings Mill Junior Classic and 2006 Bartram
                                 Trail Junior Classic.




                                                                                   Career Tournament Results
                                                                        2008-09
                                                                        Carpet Capital Collegiate         79-70-76--225 T56th/90
                                                                        State Farm Laker Collegiate       71-74-76--221 T29th/84
                  Career Highlights                                     Jerry Pate National Inter.        77-73-74--224 T51st/60
Lowest Score: 70 (2007 Jerry Pate National Intercollegiate,             SunTrust Gator Invitational       77-83-73--233 74th/75
          2008 CAA Championships, 2008 Carpet Capital                   Schenkel E-Z-GO Invitational      78-79-81--238 94th/96
          Collegiate)                                                   Tournaments: 5; Rounds: 15; Strokes: 1141; Season Avg.: 76.00
Best Finish: T23rd (2008 CAA Championships)
Low Tournament Score (2 Rds): 153 (2008 Administaff/ASU Invit.)
Low Tournament Score (3 Rds): 221 (2008 State Farm Laker                2007-08
          Collegiate)                                                   Carpet Capital Collegiate         75-86-77--238 T86th/88
Best 1st Round: 71 (2008 Linger Longer Invitational, 2008 State Farm    Jerry Pate Nat. Intercollegiate   78-75-70--223 T54th/60
          Laker Collegiate)                                             The Club Glove Intercollegiate    82-83-81--246 54th/62
Best 2nd Round: 70 (2008 CAA Championpships, 2008 Carpet Capital
          Collegiate)                                                   Callaway Match Play               0-1-0 (3&1)
Best 3rd Round: 70 (2007 Jerry Pate National Intercollegiate)           SunTrust Gator Invitational       73-75-80--228 T68th/75
1st-5th Finishes: 0                                                     John Hayt Intercollegiate         82-77-76--235 T69th/81
6th-10th Finishes: 0                                                    Linger Longer Invitational        71-77-83--231 T61st/75
11th-20th Finishes: 0                                                   U.S. Collegiate Championship      74-83-74--231 T58th/73
Total Top-20 Finishes: 0
Tournaments: 15                                                         Administaff ASU Invitational      75-78--153       T78th/90
Rounds: 44                                                              CAA Championships                 77-70-76--223 T23rd/55
Strokes: 3374                                                           Tournaments: 10*; Rounds: 29; Strokes: 2233; Season Avg.: 77.00
Career Stroke Average: 76.68                                            *Statistics exclude match play
                                 Alan Fowler
                                 Sophomore • Height: 5-8 • Swings: Right
                                 Gainesville, Georgia • North Hall High School

                                2008-09: Appeared in nine events as a sopho-          Won the 2006 TPC Junior Classic (SJGT) which
                                more... Best finish came with first career top-10 at    was played on the famed Stadium Course and Val-
                                the Rees Jones Intercollegiate... Fowler bettered     ley Course in Ponte Vedra, FL...Finished second
                                his previous best finish twice during the season...    at the 2005 Turtle Point Junior Classic (SJGT)
                                Score counted in 84% of rounds... Fired a career      and followed that up later in the summer with a
                                best round of 68 at the Administaff/Augusta State     seventh place finish at the Tour Championship ...
                                Invitational.                                         Fowler won the Hall County High School Golf
                                                                                      Championship on three occasions ... The Georgia
                                2007-08: Appeared in six tournaments in his           House of Representatives dedicated a resolution
                                first year at State…Placed in a tie for 22nd at the    to him ... He once carded seven consecutive bird-
                                Fairfield Spring Invitational, his best finish of the   ies as he recorded a 29 on nine holes.
                                year...Finished in a tie for 23rd in the Club Glove
                                Intercollegiate (78-80-78--236)…Set a career best     Prep: Fowler graduated from North Hall High
                                single-round score of 72 and three-round score        School in 2007 where he earned four letters in
                                of 220 at the Jerry Pate National Intercollegiate     golf ... His high school team won their region in
                                where he finished tied for 46th (72-74-74--220)...     2005 and again in 2007 when they went undefeat-
                                Fired a second round 73 at the SunTrust Gator In-     ed against regional opponents ... His high school
                                vitational.                                           team won three of five tournaments they entered
                                                                                      in 2007.
                                Amateur: After qualifying for the Dogwood In-
                                vitational with a 69, the sophomore shot 73,75,71,    Personal: Alan G. Fowler was born April 6, 1989
                                just missing the cut...Fowler has previously quali-   ... His parents are Mark and Joy Fowler ... In ad-
                                fied for both the Atlanta Open and the Georgia         dition to State, he was recruited by Georgia Tech,
                                State Amateur Championship...Fowler twice             Tennessee, South Carolina and UCF.
                                played in the First-Tee Open at Pebble Beach in
                                2004 and 2005 ... He was named the Atlanta Junior
                                Player of the Year in 2003 ... Fowler was named
                                the Gainesville Times Player of the Year in three
                                of his four high school seasons ... Won the 2005
                                Huntsville Junior Invitational on the Southeastern
                                Junior Golf Tour, shooting rounds of 69 and 66 ...


                                                                               Career Tournament Results
                                                                    2008-09
                                                                    Hartford Invitational             76-72--148       T25th/118
                                                                    Jerry Pate National Inter.        72-72-69--213 T23rd/60
                                                                    Rees Jones Intercollegiate        73-74-78--225 T9th/60
                 Career Highlights                                  SunTrust Gator Invitational       73-72-72--217 T45th/75
                                                                    John Hayt Collegiate Invit.       77-82-78--237 T64th/84
Lowest Score: 68 (2009 Administaff/Augusta State Invitational)      Schenkel E-Z-GO Invitational      74-74-77--225 T55th/96
Best Finish: T9th (2008 Rees Jones Intercollegiate)
Low Tournament Score (2 Rds): 148 (2008 Hartford Invitational       Hootie at Bulls Bay               75-74-73--222 T54th/96
Low Tournament Score (3 Rds): 213 (2008 Jerry Pate National         Administaff/Augusta St. Invit.    75-68-74--217 T43rd/96
          Intercollegiate)                                          CAA Championship                  71-80-74--225 T17th/55
Best 1st Round: 71 (2009 CAA Championship)                          Tournaments: 9, Rounds: 26; Strokes: 1929; Season Avg.: 74.2
Best 2nd Round: 68 (2009 Administaff/Augusta State Invitational)
Best 3rd Round: 69 (2008 Jerry Pate National Intercollegiate)
1st-5th Finishes: 0                                                 2007-08
6th-10th Finishes: 1                                                Carpet Capital Collegiate           84-76-78--238      T86th/88
11th-20th Finishes: 1                                               Jerry Pate Nat. Intercollegiate     72-74-74--220      T46th/60
Total Top-20 Finishes: 2                                            The Club Glove Intercollegiate      78-80-78--236      T23rd/62
Tournaments: 15                                                     SunTrust Gator Invitational         82-73-81--236      T73rd/75
Rounds: 42
Strokes: 3178                                                       Fairfield Spring Invitational        83                 T22nd/56
Career Stroke Average: 75.66                                        Linger Longer Invitational          76-78-82--236      T68th/75
                                 Brent Paul
                                 Sophomore • Height: 5-8 • Swings: Right
                                 Columbus, Georgia • Hardaway High School

                                2008-09: Matched his career low of 71 in the first
                                round of the 2009 CAA Championship, helping          Prep: Paul graduated from Hardaway High
                                the Panthers to a day one lead... Made six appear-   School in 2007 where he garnered four letters
                                ances for the Panthers, contributing a score in      in golf ... He was a member of the National Art
                                70% of his rounds.                                   Honors Society ... Paul was named the All Bi-City
                                                                                     Golf Player of the Year for 2006 and 2007 ... He
                                2007-08: Appeared four tournaments as a fresh-       was named to the All-Bi-City Team for each year
                                man…Finished tied for 19th in the CAA Cham-          of his high school career (2004-07).
                                pionships (76-75-71 - 222), where he posted a ca-
                                reer-best three-round score of 222 and career-best   Personal: Michael Brent Paul was born on Au-
                                low round of 71 on the final day…Posted a career-     gust 14, 1989 ... His parents are Mike and Carol
                                best fifth-place finish in the one-round Fairfield      Paul ... In addition to State, he was recruited by
                                Spring Invitational where he shot a 78…Finished      Georgia Tech, Georgia Southern and Mercer.
                                third on the team in stroke average (76.00)…Re-
                                corded two top-20 and three top-60 finishes...
                                Fired a final round 73 at the NCAA East Regional
                                in Chattanooga...Fired a second round 73 at the
                                Administaff/Augusta State Invitational.

                                Amateur: This past summer, tied for 35th at the
                                Georgia State Amateur Championship, shooting
                                rounds of 74-74-73-74...Finished tied for sixth
                                at the 2008 Chattahoochee Valley Amateur with
                                rounds of 69 and 74...Qualified for the 2008 South-
                                ern Amateur, just missing the cut after shooting
                                77 and 72...Just missed the cut at the 2008 Spirit
                                of America Classic, shooting 72-71-80...Finished
                                tied for 11th at the 2007 Spirit of America Clas-
                                sic, shooting an opening round 67...Paul won the
                                Hardaway Invitational with rounds of 67 and 70
                                ... He qualified for the 2006 Georgia Amateur.



                                                                              Career Tournament Results
                                                                   2008-09
                                                                   Hartford Invitational             77-71--148       T25th/118
                                                                   John Hayt Collegiate Invit.       80-78-74--232 T48th/84
                                                                   Schenkel E-Z-GO Invitational      76-78-77--231 T81st/96
                Career Highlights                                  Hootie at Bulls Bay               77-76-74--227 68th/96
                                                                   Administaff/Augusta St. Invit.    73-73-78--224 T73rd/96
Lowest Score: 71 (2008 CAA Championships, 2008 Hartford            CAA Championship                  71-77-77--225 T17th/55
          Invitational, 2009 CAA Championship)
Best Finish: T5th (2008 Fairfield Spring Invitational)
                                                                   Tournaments: 6; Rounds: 17; Strokes: 1287; Season Avg.: 75.7
Low Tournament Score (2 Rds): 148 (2008 Hartford Invitational)
Low Tournament Score (3 Rds): 222 (2008 CAA Championships)         2007-08
Best 1st Round: 71 (2009 CAA Championship)                         PING/GolfWeek Preview             75-83-73--231 T59th/75
Best 2nd Round: 71 (2008 Hartford Invitational)                    Callaway Match Play               0-1-0 (6&4)
Best 3rd Round: 71 (2008 CAA Championships)
1st-5th Finishes: 1
                                                                   Fairfield Spring Invitational      78               T5th/56
6th-10th Finishes: 0                                               Administaff ASU Invitational      80-73--153       T78th/90
11th-20th Finishes: 2                                              CAA Championships                 76-75-71--222 T19th/55
Total Top-20 Finishes: 3                                           NCAA East Regional                77-78-73--228 132nd/141
Tournaments: 11                                                    Tournaments: 5*; Rounds: 12; Strokes: 912; Season Avg.: 76.00
Rounds: 29
Strokes: 2199
                                                                   *Statistics exclude match play
Career Stroke Average: 75.82
                           Tobias Rosendahl
                           Sophomore • Height: 6-1 • Swings: Right
                           Haljarp, Sweden • Lunds University

                         2008-09: Named Second Team All-CAA... Fin-        Amateur: Finished T26 at the 2007 Labor Day Invi-
                         ished as top individual three times, including a  tational in Mobile, Ala. with rounds of 74-73-72=219
                         third place finish at the Rees Jones Intercolle-   (+6)...Member of the Swedish National Team...Rep-
                                                                           resented Team Sweden at the 2007 European Ama-
                         giate... Posted five top-25 finishes... Fired a career
                                                                           teur Team Championships...Holds two course records
                         best 67 at the Carpet Capital Collegiate... Finished
                         T-13th at the CAA Championship... Battled back    at Svalov Golf Club (66) and at Oresund Golf Club
                         pain for much of the season, forced to withdraw at(63)...Finished T10 at the 2007 Bidwells Scottish
                         Augusta State Invitational.                       Open Amateur Stroke Play Championship record-
                                                                           ing rounds of 68-71-71-69=279 (-1)...Won the 2006
                         2007-08 (@ West Florida): Named to the NCAA Norberg Open recording rounds of 69-74=143 (-1).
                         Division II PING All-America First Team after
                         leading West Florida to the national champion- Prep: High School did not have a golf team.
                         ship...Earned Gulf South Conference Freshman-
                         of-the-Year honor and All Conference First Team Personal: Born Tobias Hakan Rosendahl on June
                         honors after winning the conference champi- 14, 1986 in Malmoe, Sweden...Parents are Mats and
                         onship...Won the Bobcat Invitational, shooting Yvonne Rosendahl...Has one brother, Martin...Major
                         four-under par...In 12 tournaments, never finished is Undecided.
                         outside of the Top Ten, including second place
                         finishes at The McLaughlin (final round 66),
                         the Samford Intercollegiate (final round 65) and
                         a third place finish at the Argonaut Invitational
                         (opening round 66)...Shot 67-74-69 at the NCAA
                         South Regional, to place fourth.

                                                                              Career Tournament Results
                                                                2008-09
                                                                Carpet Capital Collegiate         78-82-67--227 T67th/90
                                                                Hartford Invitational             73-75--148       T25th/118
                                                                Jerry Pate National Inter.        73-72-71--216 T35th/60
                                                                Rees Jones Intercollegiate        71-70-78--219 3rd/60
                                                                SunTrust Gator Invitational       69-74-72--215 T26th/75
                                                                John Hayt Collegiate Invit.       72-80-74--226 T17th/84
                                                                Schenkel E-Z-GO Invitational      75-72-72--219 T17th/96
                                                                Hootie at Bulls Bay               73-72-76--221 T50th/96
                                                                Administaff/Augusta St. Invit.    74-WD            DNF
                                                                CAA Championship                  73-79-72--224 T13th/55
                                                                Tournaments: 10; Rounds: 27; Strokes: 1988; Season Avg.: 73.6
            Career Highlights
Lowest Score: 67 (2008 Carpet Capital Collegiate)               2007-08 (at West Florida)
Best Finish: 3rd (2008 Rees Jones Intercollegiate)              The McLaughlin                    69-70-66--205 2nd/93
Low Tournament Score (2 Rds): 148 (Hartford Invitational)       Aflac/Cougar Invitational          69-70-75--214 5th/93
Low Tournament Score (3 Rds): 215 (2009 SunTrust Gator          NSU Sharks Invitational           71-77-74--222 T8th/75
          Invitational)
                                                                Matlock Collegiate Classic        75-72-73--220 T10th/75
Best 1st Round: 69 (2009 SunTrust Gator Invitational)
Best 2nd Round: 70 (2008 Rees Jones Intercollegiate)            Argonaut Invitational             66-74-71--211 3rd/55
Best 3rd Round: 67 (2008 Carpet Capital Collegiate)             Samford Intercollegiate           74-71-65--210 T2nd/88
1st-5th Finishes: 1                                             Southeastern Intercollegiate      72-74-72--218 5th/90
6th-10th Finishes: 0                                            Bobcat Invitational               70-71-71--212 1st/93
11th-20th Finishes: 3
                                                                Emerald Coast Classic             72-72-WD
Total Top-20 Finishes: 4
Tournaments: 10                                                 Gulf South Conference Champ.      73-72-67--212 1st/64
Rounds: 27                                                      NCAA South Regional               67-74-69--210 4th/45
Strokes: 1988                                                   NCAA Championship                 DQ-70-68-69
Career Stroke Average: 73.6                                     Tournaments: 12; Rounds: 35; Strokes: 2485; Season Avg.: 71.00
                                  Jared Cagle
                                  Freshman-RS • Height: 6-3 • Swings: Right
                                  Gainesville, Georgia • Johnson High School

                                 2008-09: Made three appearances in his debut Personal: Lowell Jared Cagle was born July 28,
                                 season... Best finish came at the State Farm Laker 1989 ... His parents are Casey and Nita Cagle ... His
                                 Collegiate where he fired a 70 (-2).               father, Casey, is the current Lieutenant Governor of
                                                                                   Georgia and played football for Georgia Southern
                                 2007-08: Redshirted freshman season, retaining University ... He has two younger brothers, Grant
                                 four years of eligibility.                        and Carter.
                                 Amateur: Cagle won the Cherokee Classic with
                                 a combined score of four-under par ... He won the
                                 Walton Junior Classic with a score of three-under
                                 par ...He was the runner-up in a regional tourna-
                                 ment with a score of one-under par in 2006.

                                 Prep: Cagle graduated from Johnson High School
                                 in 2007 where he earned four letters in golf and
                                 one in basketball ... He was named to the Gaines-
                                 ville Times All-Area Team twice ... Cagle was
                                 named to the Atlanta Junior Golf All-Academic
                                 Team on four occasions ... He was named to the
                                 Atlanta Junior Golf All-AJGA Team three times.




                  Career Highlights                                                Career Tournament Results
Lowest Score: 70 (2008 State Farm Laker Collegiate)                  2008-09
Best Finish: 50th (2008 Rees Jones Intercollegiate)                  State Farm Laker Collegiate       77-70-79--226 T52nd/84
Low Tournament Score (2 Rds): N/A                                    Rees Jones Intercollegiate        81-83-82--246 50th/60
Low Tournament Score (3 Rds): 226 (2008 State Farm Laker             Administaff/Augusta St. Invit.    76-79-80--235 94th/96
          Collegiate)
Best 1st Round: 76 (2008 Administaff/Augusta State Invitational)     Tournaments: 3; Rounds: 9; Strokes: 707; Season Avg.: 78.6
Best 2nd Round: 70 (2008 State Farm Laker Collegiate)
Best 3rd Round: 79 (2008 State Farm Laker Collegiate)
1st-5th Finishes: 0
6th-10th Finishes: 0
11th-20th Finishes: 0
Total Top-20 Finishes: 0
Tournaments: 3
Rounds: 9
Strokes: 707
Career Stroke Average: 78.6
                                Stephen Oakey
                                Freshman-RS • Height: 6-1 • Swings: Right
                                LaGrange, Georgia • LaGrange High School

                               2008-09: Made one appearance as an individual        places at State in each of his four years on the
                               at the State Farm Laker Collegiate...                team.

                               2007-08: Redshirted freshman season, retaining       Personal: Stephen Louis Oakey was born August
                               four years of eligibility.                           25, 1988 in LaGrange, Ga. ... His parents are Da-
                                                                                    vid Oakey and Laura Roman ... His older brother,
                               Amateur: This past summer, Oakey finished             Derek, played golf for Georgia State (2002-07) ...
                               13th at the Pompshaker Invitational...Also got a     He has two relatives, Paul and Grahm Oakey, who
                               chance to play with the pros this summer, partici-   played professional soccer.
                               pating as an amateur on the Gateway Tour...He
                               held the low scoring average for the South Jer-
                               sey Golf Foundation in 2005 ... Won the Center-
                               ton SJGA in 2005 ... Oakey finished fourth in the
                               Huntsville Amateur where he shot rounds of 74
                               and 70 in 2006.

                               Prep: Oakey graduated from LaGrange High
                               School in 2007 where he lettered in golf each year
                               ... Won the 2007 LaGrange High School Coaches
                               Award...Oakey was a member of the LaGrange
                               High School golf team that was the 2004 State
                               runner up team ... His team finished in the top-12




                 Career Highlights                                               Career Tournament Results
Lowest Score: 78 (2008 State Farm Laker Collegiate)                 2008-09
Best Finish: 84th (2008 State Farm Laker Collegiate)                State Farm Laker Collegiate       84-88-78--250 84th/84
Low Tournament Score (2 Rds): N/A                                   Tournaments: 1; Rounds: 3; Strokes: 250; Season Avg.: 83.33
Low Tournament Score (3 Rds): 250 (2008 State Farmer Laker
          Collegiate)
Best 1st Round: 84 (2008 State Farmer Laker Collegiate)
Best 2nd Round: 88 (2008 State Farmer Laker Collegiate)
Best 3rd Round: 78 (2008 State Farmer Laker Collegiate)
1st-5th Finishes: 0
6th-10th Finishes: 0
11th-20th Finishes: 0
Total Top-20 Finishes: 0
Tournaments: 1
Rounds: 3
Strokes: 250
Career Stroke Average: 83.33
                                   Allen John
                                   Freshman • Height: 5-9 • Swings: Right
                                   Mannheim, Germany • Privat Gymnasium

                                  2008-09: Medalist at the 2009 CAA Champion-         Personal: Allen John was born August 31, 1987
                                  ship, highlighted by a second round 65... Named     in Ludwigshafen, Germany... The son of Susanne
                                  First Team All-CAA... Has four top-10 finishes...    John, Allen plans to major in business and cur-
                                  Has posted two 65s, a 66, and a 67 during his       rently calls Manheim, Germany his home.
                                  freshman season... Two-time CAA Golfer of the
                                  Week... Posted top five finishes with T-3rd at the
                                  Administaff/Augusta State Invitational and a T-
                                  4th at the Hartford Invitational... Led the team
                                  with a stroke average of 72.4.

                                  Amateur: Two time winner of the Haider Cup in
                                  2003 and ‘04... Two time State Champion in 2003
                                  and ’06... Won Club Champion in ’06... Won the
                                  Heidelberg Open Championship in ’07... Finished
                                  3rd in the French Amateur in 2008... Won the Ger-
                                  man Boys’ Amateur Championship in 2005... Won
                                  the German Matchplay Championship in 2008...
                                  Qualifying winner of the French Boys’ strokeplay
                                  in 2005.

                                  Prep: Team was the five time winner of the Ger-
                                  man Team Championship... In 2006, won the
                                  European Club Cup Trophy... Finished 3rd in the
                                  European Team Championship in 2008 with team
                                  Germany... Won the state championship three
                                  times.




                  Career Highlights                                               Career Tournament Results
Lowest Score: 65 (2008 Jerry Pate National Intercollegiate,         2008-09
          2009 CAA Championship)                                    Carpet Capital Collegiate         74-77-74--225 T56th/90
Best Finish: 1st (2009 CAA Championship)                            Hartford Invitational             75-73--148       T25th/118
Low Tournament Score (2 Rds): 148 (2008 Hartford Invitational)      Jerry Pate National Inter.        70-65-71--205 T4th/60
Low Tournament Score (3 Rds): 205 (2008 Jerry Pate National
          Intercollegiate.)                                         Rees Jones Intercollegiate        71-77-80--228 T19th/60
Best 1st Round: 70 (2008 Jerry Pate National Intercollegiate,       SunTrust Gator Invitational       72-73-67--212 T17th/75
          2009 CAA Championship)                                    John Hayt Collegiate Invit.       75-73-72--220 T7th/84
Best 2nd Round: 65 (2008 Jerry Pate National Intercollegiate,       Schenkel E-Z-GO Invitational      76-74-74--224 T50th/96
          2009 CAA Championship)                                    Hootie at Bulls Bay               78-74-65--217 T33rd/96
Best 3rd Round: 67 (2009 SunTrust Gator Invitational)
1st-5th Finishes: 3                                                 Administaff/Augusta St. Invit.    72-66-70--208 T3rd/96
6th-10th Finishes: 1                                                CAA Championship                  70-65-76--211 1st/55
11th-20th Finishes: 2                                               Tournaments: 10; Rounds: 29; Strokes: 2099; Season Avg.: 72.4
Total Top-20 Finishes: 6
Tournaments: 10
Rounds: 29
Strokes: 2099
Career Stroke Average: 72.4
Fall 2008 Team Results
Dates          Tournament                               Scores           Total        Finish
Sept. 12-14   Carpet Capital Collegiate                 308-297-285   890             T15th/18 teams
Sept. 28-30   Hartford Invitational                     298-283        581            3rd/23 teams
Oct. 12-14    Jerry Pate National Intercollegiate       286-278-283   847             7th/12 teams
Nov. 3-4      Rees Jones Intercollegiate                290-297-312   899             2nd/12 teams
Tournaments Played: 4                                   Rounds Played: 11             Fall Average: 292.45




Fall 2008 Individual Results                                 Brent Paul
Jared Cagle                                                  Event                          Scores           Finish
Event                          Scores        Finish          Hartford Invitational          77-71--148       T25th
State Farm Laker Collegiate*   77-70-79--226 T52nd           Tournaments: 1; Rounds: 2
Rees Jones Intercollegiate     81-83-82--246 50th            Strokes: 148; Stroke Average: 74.00
Tournaments: 2; Rounds: 6
Strokes: 472; Stroke Average: 78.66                          Tobias Rosendahl
                                                             Event                          Scores           Finish
Alex Castro                                                  Carpet Capital Collegiate      78-82-67--227    T67th
Event                          Scores          Finish        Hartford Invitational          73-75--148       T25th
Carpet Capital Collegiate      79-70-76--225   T56th         Jerry Pate National Inter.     73-72-71--216    T35th
State Farm Laker Collegiate*   71-74-76--221   T29th         Rees Jones Intercollegiate     71-70-78--219    3rd
Jerry Pate National Inter.     77-73-74--224   T51st         Tournaments: 4; Rounds: 11
Tournaments: 3; Rounds: 9                                    Strokes: 810; Stroke Average: 73.63
Strokes: 670; Stroke Average: 74.44
                                                             Tom Sherreard
Alan Fowler                                                  Event                          Scores           Finish
Event                          Scores          Finish        Carpet Capital Collegiate      77-73-69--219    T26th
Hartford Invitational          76-72--148      T25th         Hartford Invitational          74-67--141       T3rd
Jerry Pate National Inter.     72-72-69--213   T23rd         Jerry Pate National Inter.     71-69-72--212    T20th
Rees Jones Intercollegiate     73-74-78--225   T9th          Rees Jones Intercollegiate     75-76-77--228    T19th
Tournaments: 3; Rounds: 8                                    Tournaments: 4; Rounds: 11
Strokes: 586; Stroke Average: 73.25                          Strokes: 800; Stroke Average: 72.72

Tim Freund                                                   *- Individual
Event                          Scores        Finish
Carpet Capital Collegiate      86-77-75--238 88th
State Farm Laker Collegiate*   81-81-82--244 T81st
Tournaments: 2; Rounds: 6
Strokes: 482; Stroke Average: 80.33

Allen John
Event                          Scores          Finish
Carpet Capital Collegiate      74-77-74--225   T56th
Hartford Invitational          75-73--148      T25th
Jerry Pate National Inter.     70-65-71--205   T4th
Rees Jones Intercollegiate     71-77-80--228   T19th
Tournaments: 4; Rounds: 11
Strokes: 806; Stroke Average: 73.27

Stephen Oakey
Event                          Scores        Finish
State Farm Laker Collegiate*   84-88-78--250 84th
Tournaments: 1; Rounds: 3
Strokes: 250; Stroke Average: 83.33
SPRING 2009 TEAM RESULTS
Dates                   Tournament                               Scores          Total               Finish
Feb. 14-15    SunTrust Gator Invitational                        286-288-284    858                  T10th/14 teams
Feb. 22-24    John Hayt Collegiate Invitational                  299-308-293   900                   4th/15 teams
Mar. 20-22    Schenkel E-Z-GO Invitational                       295-297-300    892                  15th/18 teams
Mar. 29-31    Hootie at Bulls Bay                                303-293-282    878                  12th/15 teams
Apr. 4-5      Administaff/Augusta State Invitational             289-279-294    860                  8th/17 teams
Apr. 17-19    CAA Championship                                   285-294-298   877                   P2/11 teams
Tournaments Played: 6                                            Rounds Played: 18                   Spring Average: 292.50

Spring 2009 Individual Results                                        Brent Paul
Jared Cagle                                                           Event                          Scores                 Finish
Event                           Scores        Finish                  John Hayt Collegiate Invit.    80-78-74--232          T48th
Administaff/Augusta St. Invit.* 76-79-80--235 94th                    Schenkel E-Z-GO Invitational 76-78-77--231            T81st
Tournaments: 1; Rounds: 3                                             Hootie at Bulls Bay            77-76-74--227          68th
Strokes: 235; Stroke Average: 78.33                                   Administaff/Augusta St. Invit. 73-73-78--224          T73rd
                                                                      CAA Championship               71-77-77--225          T17th
Alex Castro                                                           Tournaments: 5; Rounds: 15
Event                          Scores        Finish                   Strokes: 1,139; Stroke Average: 75.93
SunTrust Gator Invitational    77-83-73--233 74th
Schenkel E-Z-GO Invitational* 78-79-81--238 94th                      Tobias Rosendahl
Tournaments: 2; Rounds: 6                                             Event                          Scores                 Finish
Strokes: 471; Stroke Average: 78.50                                   SunTrust Gator Invitational    69-74-72--215          T26th
                                                                      John Hayt Collegiate Invit.    72-80-74--226          T17th
Alan Fowler                                                           Schenkel E-Z-GO Invitational 75-72-72--219            T17th
Event                          Scores                   Finish        Hootie at Bulls Bay            73-72-76--221          T50th
SunTrust Gator Invitational    73-72-72--217            T45th         Administaff/Augusta St. Invit. 74-WD                  DNF
John Hayt Collegiate Invit.    77-82-78--237            T64th         CAA Championship               73-79-72--224          T13th
Schenkel E-Z-GO Invitational 74-74-77--225              T55th         Tournaments: 6; Rounds: 16
Hootie at Bulls Bay            75-74-73--222            T54th         Strokes: 1,179; Stroke Average: 73.68
Administaff/Augusta St. Invit. 75-68-74--217            T43rd
CAA Championship               71-80-74--225            T17th         Tom Sherreard
Tournaments: 6; Rounds: 18                                            Event                          Scores                 Finish
Strokes: 1,343; Stroke Average: 74.61                                 SunTrust Gator Invitational    72-69-75--216          T35th
                                                                      John Hayt Collegiate Invit.    75-77-73--225          T13th
Allen John                                                            Schenkel E-Z-GO Invitational 70-77-79--226            T62nd
Event                          Scores                   Finish        Hootie at Bulls Bay            79-73-70--222          T54th
SunTrust Gator Invitational    72-73-67--212            T17th         Administaff/Augusta St. Invit. 70-70-72--212          T18th
John Hayt Collegiate Invit.    75-73-72--220            T7th          CAA Championship               74-73-76--223          T12th
Schenkel E-Z-GO Invitational 76-74-74--224              T50th         Tournaments: 6; Rounds: 18
Hootie at Bulls Bay            78-74-65--217            T33rd         Strokes: 1,324; Stroke Average: 73.55
Administaff/Augusta St. Invit. 72-66-70--208            T3rd
CAA Championship               70-65-76--211            1st           *- Individual
Tournaments: 6; Rounds: 18
Strokes: 1,292; Stroke Average: 71.77



                         Finishes            Rounds Played                 Stroke Averages                Round Breakdown
Name           Trn. T10 11-25  HtH Rec.      Rds Cnt   Pct Strokes     Avg.    Fall  Spring 1st rd Last rd Low 60s <Par +/-
J. Cagle       3    0      0    40-193-4      9    0*    0     707     78.6     78.7     78.3    78.0    80.3    70   0    1    +59
A. Castro      5    0      0    89-299-12     15   3*   33.0   1141    76.0     74.4     78.5    76.4    76.0    70   0    1    +73
A. Fowler      9    1      4    353-322-25    26   22   84.6   1929    74.2     73.3     73.5    75.0    74.1    68   2    3    +72
T. Freund      2    0      0    4-167-1       6    2*   67.0   238     80.3     80.3     -       83.5    78.5    75   0    0    +50
A. John        10   4      7    548-205-29    29   29   100    2099    72.4     73.4     71.8    73.3    72.2    65   5    8    +26
S. Oakey       1    0      0    0-83-0        3    0*    -     250     83.3     83.3     -       84.0    78.0    78   0    0    +34
B. Paul        6    0      2    191-303-24    17   12   70.6   1287    75.7     74.0     75.9    75.7    75.2    71   0    2    +66
T. Rosendahl   10   1      4    414-249-39    27   23   85.2   1988    73.6     73.6     73.6    73.1    72.9    67   2    4    +57
T. Sherreard   10   1      6    487-244-38    29   25   86.2   2124    73.2     72.7     73.6    73.7    73.0    67   4    8    +51
TEAM           10   7      23   70-67-4       29   29          8502    293.2    292.5    293.6   293.6   291.3   65   13   27
NCAA Championship Appearances

   The Georgia State men’s golf team has appeared
   in four of the last nine NCAA Championships,
   with back-to-back appearances in 2004 and
   2005, and most recently appearing in the 2007
   event. The Panthers have finished in the top-
   15 in two of their four appearances with their
   best finish coming in 2004, as the team tied
   for 11th-place. Georgia State was one of seven
   teams to finish 15th or better at the NCAA
   Championships in 2004 and 2005. Joining
   the Panthers on that list were Georgia Tech,
   Georgia, Washington, Kentucky, Brigham              2007 NCAA Div. I Championship
   Young and Oklahoma State.                                 The Golden Horseshoe Golf Club
                                                       Williamsburg, Va.. (Virginia Commonwealth)
   In 2007, the Panthers came out and fired a first-    Place School             Scores
   round team score of 286 to finish day one tied        1 Stanford           275-278-275-281--1109
   for 17th on the par-70, 6,803-yard layout at the     2 Georgia            282-289-269-281--1121
   Golden Horseshoe Golf Club in Williamsburg,        T3 Charlotte           279-283-276-287--1125
   Virginia. Joel Sjoholm paced the team in the       T3 Lamar               285-287-278-275--1125
   first round with a two-under par 68, while            5 Coastal Carolina   277-281-272-298--1128
                                                        6 Alabama            284-283-271-291--1129
   Mark Haastrup posted an even-par 70.                 7 UCLA               283-280-283-284--1130
                                                        8 Georgia Tech       288-275-380-288--1131
   Relying on senior leadership, State surged         T9 Florida             278-290-280-285--1133
   into a tie for 11th place on the tournament’s      T9 Minnesota           278-276-294-285--1133
   second day with a team score of 282, led by        T11 South Carolina     291-278-280-287--1136
                                                      T11 Texas              278-288-284-286--1136
   Derek Oakey and Ben Taylor. Oakey shot a           T13 Duke               294-278-277-291--1140
   second-round score of 67, the lowest round by      T13 Florida State      283-288-280-289--1140
   a Panther in any NCAA Championship, while           15 Oklahoma State     287-279-285-291--1142
   Taylor posted an even-par 70.                      Missed Cut:
                                                           Tennessee         284-287-280--851
                                                           Georgia State     286-282-284--852
   The Panthers recorded a third-round team                ETSU              280-280-294--854
   score of 284, but barely missed the ‘Final              Southern Cal.     289-286-279--854
   15’ cut, finishing tied for 17th at 12-over par          Arizona State     286-290-278--854
   and only one stoke above the cut of 11-over             North Carolina    289-283-283--855
   par. Taylor and Sjoholm again posted strong             Vanderbilt        284-285-286--855
                                                           Michigan State    283-287-287--857
   scores in the Panthers’ fnal round of 2007,             Arizona           290-287-281--858
   with scores of two-under par 68 and one-under           Tulsa             284-291-284--859
   par 69 respectively.                                    Wake Forest       293-287-285--865
                                                           Louisville        288-292-288--868
                                                           Texas Tech        293-294-282--869
                                                           New Mexico        293-288-291--872
                                                           Auburn            295-291-287--873

                                                      Georgia State Results:
                                                      T23. Joel Sjoholm      68-73-69--210
                                                      T37. Ben Taylor        73-70-68--211
                                                      T92. Mark Haastrup     70-73-74--217
                                                      T109. Derek Oakey      75-67-77--219
                                                      T116. Tom Sherreard 75-72-73--220
NCAA Championship Appearances
   2005 NCAA Div. I Championship                     2004 NCAA Div. I Championship                   2000 NCAA Div. I Championship
        Caves Valley Golf Club                      Cascades Golf Course - The Homestead               Grand National - Lake Course.
   Owings Mills, Md. (Loyola-Maryland)                  Hot Springs, Va. (Virginia Tech)                   Opelika, AL (Auburn)

Place School              Scores                   Place School                  Scores           Place School                   Scores
   1 Georgia               274-284-297-280--1135      1 California          279-289-287-279--1134 T1 Oklahoma State*           281-276-275-284--1116
   2 Georgia Tech          288-281-295-282--1146      2 UCLA                289-283-275-293--1140 T1 Georgia Tech              280-282-278-276--1116
   3 Washington            289-285-303-276--1153      3 Arizona             292-281-283-292--1148    3 Arizona                 286-289-269-274--1118
   4 Brigham Young         285-290-304-275--1154      4 Texas               288-286-289-286--1149    4 Houston                 284-289-277-272--1122
   5 New Mexico            289-300-291-278--1158      5 Georgia Tech        289-285-287-290--1151    5 Texas                   272-286-277-290 --1125
   6 USC                   290-282-303-284--1159    T6 Florida              285-289-284-294--1152    6 UNLV                    286-287-277-281--1131
   7 Kentucky              291-292-294-284--1161    T6 Washington           289-282-285-296--1152    7 Clemson                 291-287-277-278--1133
 T8 Duke                   288-286-303-285--1162      8 Kentucky            283-286-283-303--1155    8 Northwestern            287-293-279-280--1139
 T8 UNLV                   284-290-302-286--1162      9 Brigham Young       280-290-291-295--1156    9 Kent State              288-283-279-291--1141
 10 Augusta State          286-289-302-287--1164    10 Pepperdine           295-276-289-300--1160  10 North Carolina           288-282-278-295--1143
T11 Arizona State          291-285-301-293--1170   T11 Georgia State        292-280-297-292--1161  11 TCU                      289-289-281-287--1146
T11 Tennessee              279-288-313-290--1170    T11 Georgia             285-302-384-290--1161  12 Minnesota                290-290-282-287--1149
T13 Georgia State          287-287-305-294--1173    13 Oklahoma State       292-289-289-294--1164  13 Fresno State             293-285-279-297--1154
T13 Georgia Southern       286-298-299-290--1173    14 Texas A&M            291-292-284-300--1167  14 Auburn                   290-288-288-295--1161
 15 Oklahoma State         292-289-301-296--1178    15 Penn State           289-291-290-300--1170  15 Wake Forest              292-290-295-292--1169
Missed Cut:                                        Missed Cut:                                    Missed Cut:
       Wake Forest        287-293-304--884                Purdue            292-285-294--871             Georgia               292-290--582
       Arizona            282-296-307--885                Southern Calif    284-298-289--871             California            300-283--583
       Stanford           296-292-300--888                Clemson           285-290-297--872             East Tennessee St.    286-297--583
       Florida            289-291-308--888                New Mexico        291-291-294--876             New Mexico            286-298--584
       Missouri           300-286-304--890                TCU               281-292-304--877             Mississippi           288-296--584
       Coastal Carolina   284-301-305--890                Arizona State     292-304-283--879             Oklahoma              294-294--584
       SMU                287-297-308--892                Auburn            283-298-298--879             Kansas                291-294--585
       Purdue             299-299-295--893                Oklahoma          286-295-298--879             Georgia State         295-292--587
       Texas              298-297-298--893                Kent State        294-288-299--881             Pepperdine            295-293--588
       San Diego State    290-297-306--893                Toledo            294-292-298--884             Virginia              299-290--589
       Texas A&M          296-296-302--894                SMU               297-288-302--887             Arizona State         299-290--589
       Arkansas           288-296-310--894                Wichita State     298-304-285--887             North Florida         294-296--590
       Alabama            291-293-313--897                Vanderbilt        294-303-294--891             BYU                   299-294--593
       Tulsa              290-302-307--899                North Carolina    294-291-307--892             Southern Cal          299-300--599
       UCLA               299-301-304--904                Rhode Island      299-311-302--912             Washington            301-312--613

Georgia State Results:                             Georgia State Results:                          Georgia State Results:
T24. Steve Tiley          71-72-76-70--289         T22. Ty Harris           75-69-73-69--286       T47. Jack Croyle             73-72--145
T45. Ty Harris            72-70-80-72--294         T22. Kasper Jorgensen    69-70-76-71--286       T62. Dave Womack             72-74--146
T47. Joel Sjoholm         73-69-77-76--295         T60. Jonathan Fricke     73-69-77-79--298       T86. Henrik Sevegran         78-70--148
T65. Darren Baynes        73-76-76-76--301         T60. Ben Taylor          77-72-76-73--298       T86. D.J. Fiese              72-76--148
T73. Ben Taylor           71-79-76-79--305         T73. Darren Baynes       75-76-72-80--303       155. Barry Briggs            80-79--159
                                                                                                   *Oklahoma State won in a playoff
NCAA Regional Appearances
Georgia State made its ninth regionals appearance in 10 years in 2008. The re-           2007 NCAA East Regional
gional took place at Council Fire Golf Club in Chattanooga, Tennessee. Although                  Golf Club of Georgia
the team did not qualify for the National Championship, senior Joel Sjoholm        Finish                     Scores
advanced shooting an 8-under par 205, finishing in fifth place.                         1 Georgia               286 288 281      855
                                                                                    T2 Florida                290 285 292      867
                                                                                    T2 Auburn                 293 284 290      867
The CAA Golfer of the Year and top-ranked player in the field led the 41st-          T2 Georgia Tech           284 294 289      867
ranked Panthers to a 17th place finish.                                                5 Florida State         300 292 281      873
                                                                                      6 Duke                  288 293 293      874
                                                                                      7 Charlotte             296 291 288      875
In addition to Sjoholm’s exciting finish, sophomore Tom Sherreard claimed a tie        8 North Carolina        305 286 286      877
                                                                                      9 Georgia State         289 304 287      880
for 47th with a final-round score of even-par 71. The 84th-ranked player nation-    T10 Coastal Carolina       300 290 294      884
ally finished with a three-round total of 214 (+1).                                 Missed Cut:
                                                                                   T10 Clemson                293 299 292      884
                                                                                    12 Virginia Tech          304 292 292      888
Rounding out State’s five-man lineup, sophomore Maurice Jordan finished tied          13 UCF                    299 294 297      890
                                                                                    14 UAB                    303 299 296      898
for 104th (222, +9), while freshmen Alex Castro and Brent Paul finished tied for     15 Eastern Michigan       300 309 290      899
121st and in 132nd respectively.                                                    16 Pann State             297 304 300      901
                                                                                    17 Mississippi            309 297 297      903
                                                                                    18 Jacksonville State     303 301 304      908
                                                                                    19 Tenn.-Chattanooga      299 306 305      910
                                                                                    20 Maryland               309 297 307      912
                                                                                    21 St. John’s             316 302 305      923
                                                                                    22 Old Dominion           314 301 311      926
                                                                                    23 Louisiana-Lafayette    309 319 309      937
                                                                                   T24 Rhode Island           321 309 310      940
                      2008 NCAA East Regional                                      T24 Hartford               321 315 304      940
                             Council Fire Golf Club                                 26 Boston College         315 316 316      947
                                                                                    27 Longwood               309 327 315      951
                Finish                        Scores
                   1 Georgia                  265 271 275     811                  Georgia State Results:
                   2 Augusta State            273 282 277     832                  T19. Joel Sjoholm          74-75-70--219
                   3 UC Irvine                283 275 278     836                  T27. Mark Haastrup         73-77-71--221
                   4 Mississippi State        278 282 278     838                  T50. Derek Oakey           71-76-77--224
                   5 UAB                      287 274 278     839                  T56. Tom Sherreard         71-76-78--225
                   6 Auburn                   281 277 282     840                  T72. Ben Taylor            78-80-69--227
                   7 Charlotte                281 282 281     844
                   8 East Tennessee State     286 283 276     845
                   9 Middle Tennessee State   278 286 282     846
                  10 Virginia
                Missed Cut:
                                              286 287 276     849                       2006 NCAA East Regional
                  11 Michigan State           285 279 287     851                              Lake Nona Golf Club
                T12 New Mexico State          280 281 292     853
                T12 UT-Chattanooga            282 281 290     853                 Finish                     Scores
                  14 North Carolina State     279 296 280     855                    1 Wake Forest           285 296 283      864
                  15 Virginia Tech            281 291 286     858                    2 Georgia               284 294 287      865
                  16 South Carolina           288 293 278     859                    3 Texas Tech            289 293 291      873
                  17 Georgia State            287 286 288     861                    4 North Carolina        294 291 289      874
                  18 North Florida            293 288 281     862                  T5 Charlotte              299 290 288      877
                  19 Duke                     286 282 295     863                  T5 Coastal Carolina       301 288 288      877
                T20 Memphis                   289 291 284     864                    7 UCLA                  292 300 286      878
                T20 Western Carolina          285 289 290     864                    8 Auburn                296 294 289      879
                  22 Coastal Carolina         285 291 289     865                    9 South Carolina        304 293 284      881
                T23 Colorado State            282 293 291     866                  10 UNLV                   287 293 304      884
                T23 SMU                       276 295 295     866                 Missed Cut:
                  25 Ole Miss                 293 291 287     871                 T11 Georgia Southern       295 307 289      891
                  26 Western Illinois         293 292 290     875                 T11 Georgia State          298 298 295      891
                  27 Jackson State            302 334 312     948                 T11 Indiana                299 305 287      891
                                                                                   14 Florida State          302 308 283      893
                Georgia State Results:                                            T15 Jacksonville           297 305 293      895
                   5. Joel Sjoholm            69-69-67--205                       T15 Southern California    298 294 303      895
                T47. Tom Sherreard            73-70-71--214                        17 Notre Dame             300 308 289      897
                T104. Maurice Jordan          73-72-77--222                        18 Tennessee              310 293 298      901
                T121. Alex Castro             72-75-78--225                        19 Rhode Island           288 313 306      907
                 132. Brent Paul              77-78-73--228                       T20 Maryland               305 312 298      915
                                                                                  T20 Western Illinois       298 315 302      915
                                                                                   22 Liberty                310 303 304      917
                                                                                   23 George Washington      307 307 308      922
                                                                                   24 Wichita State          311 315 297      923
                                                                                   25 Richmond               309 316 303      928
                                                                                   26 Binghamton             312 324 306      942
                                                                                   27 Army                   314 326 317      957
                                                                                  Georgia State Results:
                                                                                  T26. Mark Haastrup         76-75-70--221
                                                                                  T36. Steve Tiley           75-73-74--222
                                                                                  T44. Derek Oakey           74-74-75--223
                                                                                  T68. Joel Sjoholm          73-77-76--226
                                                                                  T95. Ben Taylor            79-76-76--231
NCAA Regional Appearances
   2005 NCAA East Regional                        2004 NCAA East Regional                           2003 NCAA East Regional
        The Golf Club of Tennessee                            Yale Golf Course                              Auburn University Club

Top-20 Teams               Scores              Top-20 Teams                Scores              Top-20 Teams                 Scores
   1 Wake Forest           271 283 281   835      1 Clemson                288 291 277   856      1 Clemson                 277 277 277   839
   2 Tennessee             282 276 279   837      2 Penn State             290 285 287   862      2 Georgia Tech            281 286 281   848
   3 Georgia               275 283 285   843     T3 Georgia Tech           291 288 285   864      3 Florida                 290 288 281   859
  T4 Georgia State         279 291 275   845     T3 Georgia                287 293 284   864      4 Tennessee               281 291 291   863
  T4 Florida               287 270 288   845      5 Florida                286 290 290   866      5 Duke                    286 292 288   866
  T6 Alabama               280 287 280   847      6 Auburn                 294 286 287   867      6 Wake Forest             290 288 290   868
  T6 Georgia Tech          285 283 279   847      7 Georgia State          288 300 283   871     T7 Augusta State           290 290 293   873
  T8 Coastal Carolina      284 289 276   849      8 Rhode Island           292 289 296   877     T7 South Carolina          296 285 292   873
  T8 Duke                  287 272 290   849      9 Vanderbilt             299 291 290   880      9 Vanderbilt              293 289 293   875
  10 Georgia Southern      281 288 281   850    T10 North Carolina         294 283 305   882     10 Auburn                  292 290 295   877
Missed Cut:                                    Missed Cut:                                     Missed Cut:
  11 Clemson               285 287 280   852    T10 North Carolina St.     299 290 293   882     11 Georgia Southern        303 289 286   878
  12 Virginia              290 284 279   853    T12 Duke                   294 295 294   883     12 East Tennessee State    297 296 293   886
  13 East Tenneessee St.   281 285 289   855    T12 LSU                    304 292 287   883    T13 Georgia State           292 292 303   887
  14 North Carolina        276 298 286   860    T12 Wake Forest            296 288 299   883    T13 College of Charleston   295 292 300   887
  15 Louisville            285 282 299   866     15 Georgia Southern       302 292 291   885    T15 UNC-Wilmington          300 299 289   888
  16 UCF                   278 302 289   869     16 Jacksonville St.       306 282 299   887    T15 Jacksonville State      302 287 299   888
  17 Charlotte             291 289 292   872     17 South Carolina         299 293 297   889     17 Penn State              305 286 305   896
 T18 Indiana               294 292 289   875     18 Tennessee              297 292 302   891     18 Rhode Island            310 293 297   900
 T18 Towson                293 294 288   875     19 Augusta State          304 292 301   897     19 Virgina Tech            302 301 301   904
  20 Penn State            293 299 293   885     20 Maryland               306 298 301   905     20 Alabama                 310 298 303   911

Georgia State Results:                         Georgia State Results:                          Georgia State Results:
T21 Darren Baynes          69-74-68--211       T17 Jonathan Fricke         72-73-70--215       T7th Ty Harris               70-68-72--210
T25 Joel Sjoholm           68-70-74--212       T31 Kasper Jorgenson        71-71-77--219       T69th T.J. Washburn          71-74-80--225
T25 Steven Tiley           72-70-70--212       T41 Ben Taylor              71-79-70--220       T76th Jonathan Frickie       74-75-77--226
T48 Ty Harris              70-80-66--216       T54 Darren Baynes           75-78-69--222       T92nd Kasper Jorgenson       77-75-77--229
T96 Ben Taylor             76-77-71--224       T74 Ty Harris               74-78-74--226       99th Darren Baynes           77-77-77--231


    2001 NCAA East Regional                       2000 NCAA East Regional                          1999 NCAA East Regional
  The Golden Horseshoe - Green Course                 Glenmaura National Golf Club                      Rhode Island Country Club

Top-20 Teams               Scores              Top-20 Teams                Scores              Top-20 Teams                 Scores
   1 East Tennessee St.    274 278 276   828      1 Clemson                292 289 290   871      1 Georgia Tech            283 280 282   845
   2 North Carolina St.    281 274 281   836      2 North Florida          297 297 289   883      2 South Carolina          286 292 276   854
   3 Florida               276 284 277   837      3 Georgia Tech           297 296 291   884      3 Florida                 297 288 274   859
   4 Clemson               285 284 273   842      4 East Tennessee St.     291 305 292   888      4 Georgia                 294 284 285   863
  T5 Georgia               278 290 275   843     T5 Georgia State          296 303 290   889      5 East Tennessee St.      297 286 286   869
  T5 Virginia Tech         282 282 279   843     T5 Georgia                296 303 290   889     T6 Duke                    293 288 289   870
   7 Georgia Tech          285 279 282   846      7 Mississippi State      293 306 292   891     T6 North Carolina          293 293 284   870
   8 Georgia Southern      287 283 279   849      8 Auburn                 304 302 288   894      8 Richmond                296 290 285   871
   9 UAB                   287 280 288   855     T9 North Carolina         301 293 301   895      9 Ole Miss                292 289 294   875
 T10 Duke                  284 284 288   856     T9 Virginia               293 309 293   895    T10 Clemson                 291 282 303   876
Missed Cut:                                      11 Wake Forest            294 308 294   896    T10 Augusta State           300 293 283   876
 T10 Ole Miss              285 291 280 856     Missed Cut:                                     Missed Cut:
  12 Charleston Southern   283 291 283 857       12 South Carolina         306 295 297   898    T10 Mississippi State       299 292 285   876
  13 Auburn                294 287 279 860       13 Tennessee              303 300 297   900     13 Georgia State           293 299 285   877
  14 VCU                   295 289 282 866      T14 Duke                   306 302 293   901     14 South Alabama           295 288 295   878
  15 Rhode Island          297 287 287 871      T14 North Carolina State   294 301 306   901     15 North Florida           300 289 294   883
  16 Penn State            286 300 289 875       16 Augusta State          314 294 301   909     16 Penn State              302 292 294   888
  17 Yale                  290 305 292 887       17 UAB                    305 303 305   913    T17 Maryland                300 292 297   889
  18 Georgia State         299 299 290 888       18 Middle Tennessee St.   296 311 307   914    T17 Seton Hall              302 291 296   889
 T19 LSU                   304 299 287 890       19 Florida                300 304 311   915    T19 North Carolina St.      304 295 291   890
 T19 Seton Hall            302 284 304 890                                                      T19 Rhode Island            299 299 292   890
 T19 Xavier                293 303 294 890 Georgia State Results:
                                           T17th D.J. Fiese                74-74-73--221       Georgia State Results:
Georgia State Results:                     T21st Jack Croyle               73-76-73--223       T24th Jack Croyle            75-72-70--217
T63rd D.J. Fiese           74-72-71--217 34th Barry Briggs                 75-80-70--225       T37th Dave Womack            74-74-71--219
T78th Jack Croyle          75-75-72--222 T43rd Henrik Sevegran             74-73-79--226       T43rd Chad Stapp             72-78-70--220
88th Brad Beverly          76-76-71--223 80th Dave Womack                  76-82-74--232       T53rd Allen Thompson         72-75-74--221
112th Dave Womack          77-76-76--229                                                       107th Henrik Sevegran        76-78-77--231
119th Allen Thompson       74-77-80--231
2008-09 Tournament Recaps
Carpet Capital Collegiate Classic
9/14/2008
Panthers Finish Strong in Dalton
                                                                                  RESULTS
Sophomore Tobias Rosendahl turned in the tournament low score of
                                                                         Carpet Capital Collegiate Classic
the day with a five-under par 67 in Sunday’s final round as the Georgia
State men’s golf team finished 15th at the Carpet Capital Collegiate at
                                                                         The Farm G.C. - Par 72
The Farm in Rocky Face, Ga.                                              Rock Face, Ga.
                                                                         1. Chattanooga          291-283 -290--864
Junior Tom Sherreard finished as the low Panther for the tournament       2. Tennessee            294-288-287--869
with a three-under 69 today, earning him a 26th place finish at three-    3. South Carolina       294-291-285--870
over par for the three-day, 54-hole event hosted by Georgia Tech.        4. Clemson              291-287-294--872
                                                                         5. Florida              304-285-284--873
Georgia State survived a tough opening round Friday but finished          6. Alabama              295-297-283--875
with four players carding their best rounds of the tournament Sunday.    7. Georgia              299-286-291--876
State’s 285 total for Sunday’s final round equalled the second-lowest
                                                                         8. Mississippi          290-295-292--877
team score of the day, tying South Carolina (285) and bettered only by
Alabama’s final round 283.
                                                                         8. Texas Tech           298-293-286--877
                                                                         10. Wake Forest.        296-290-293--879
Panther freshman Allen John tied his tournament low with a 74, and se-   11. Georgia Tech        299-295-286--880
nior Tim Freund improved with a 75. Sophomore Alex Castro followed       T12. Auburn             296-301-286--883
his second-round 70 with a 76, finishing at +9 to tie with John in 56th   T12. East Tennessee St. 287-290-306--883
place overall. Rosendahl began his first tournament at Georgia State      14. UCF                 289-301-299--889
with rounds of 78 and 82 before recovering with his 67, which included   T15. Georgia State      308-297-285--890
six birdies and just one bogey. He posted Sunday’s low score, along      T15. Mississippi State  299-295-296--890
with Georgia Tech’s Cameron Tringale.                                    T15. UAB                299-289-302--890
                                                                         18. North Carolina      300-291-309--900
“I’m very encouraged after today,” said Georgia State head coach Joe
Inman, coaching his first tournament at the helm of the Panthers. “We
had a really tough start Friday, but then we improved about 10 shots     Georgia State Results
each day. Today we had one of the best rounds of the tournament with     T-26 - Tom Sherreard      77-73-69 - 219
two players in the 60s. This gives us something to build on.”            T-56 - Alex Castro        79-70-76 - 225
                                                                         T-56 - Allen John         74-77-74 - 225
In an event that annually features many of the top teams in the South-   T-67 - Tobias Rosendahl   78-82-67 - 227
east, the Panthers finished 10 strokes ahead of North Carolina, coached   88 - Tim Freund           86-77-75 - 238
by Inman’s brother, John Inman.

Kyle Stanley of Clemson finished on top of the leaderboard with a
scorching eight-under par tournament. Stanley fired a 66 in the second
round and added a 69 today to win the individual medal by five strokes.

Tennessee-Chattanooga won the event with an even-par tournament
(291-283-290=864), five shots ahead of Tennessee.

Highlighting the week for the Panthers both Tobias Rosendahl and Al-
len John recorded eagles during the event.
2008-09 Tournament Recaps
Hartford Invitational
9/30/2008
Panthers Third in Rain-Shortened Event
                                                                                       RESULTS
Georgia State men’s golf finished      tition by shooting rounds of 66
                                                                             Hartford Hawks Invitational
third at the rain-shortened Hawks     and 65 to clear the field by nine
Invitational at Ballymeade Coun-      strokes. Sherreard’s third place       Ballymeade C.C. - Par 72
try Club in Bolton, Mass. Tuesday.    finish was one shot behind Colton       North Falmouth, Mass.
Junior Tom Sherreard led the          Williams of Baylor.                    1. Baylor                284-282--566
Panthers charge up the leaderboard                                           2. North Carolina State 293-283--576
with a final round of 67 (-5).         By finishing third, the Panthers        3. Georgia State         298-283--581
                                      (No. 58, Golfweek) were able to        4. TCU                   292-292--584
Sherreard finished third, indi-        defeat both conference foes that       5. Sacramento State      296-293--589
vidually, of the 118 golfers with a   took part in the tournament, Wil-      6. Rhode Island          292-298--590
74-67 141 (-3), marking the best      liam & Mary and Drexel. Also fin-       7. Mercer                296-295--591
finish of his collegiate career.       ishing behind the Panthers, in-state
                                                                             8. SMU                   307-287--594
                                      rivals Mercer finished in seventh.
The Panthers finished third out                                               9. William & Mary        299-297--596
of 23 teams at the Hawks Invita-      Due to inclement weather, golf         10. Cal Poly             302-298--600
tional. Baylor (No. 5, Golfweek       was cancelled for the weekend and      11. USC Upstate          306-296--602
poll) took home team honors with      the tournament shortened to 36         12. Rutgers              301-304--605
a 10-under total of 566. Georgia      holes.                                 13. Loyola College       310-296--606
State posted a 581, five shots                                                T14. Bryant              312-295--607
behind North Carolina State (No.      Georgia State opened the tourna-       T14. Seton Hall          311-296--607
32, Golfweek poll). TCU (No. 46,      ment by posting a 298 (+10) for        16. Hartford             303-305--608
Golfweek poll) claimed the fourth     the first round, good for eighth        17. Northern Colorado 316-293--609
spot.                                 place. Today’s round of 283 (-5)
                                                                             18. Texas Pan American 311-300--611
                                      helped the Panthers climb five
Sophomore Tobias Rosendahl            spots up the leaderboard.              19. Weber State          310-303--613
finished his tournament with a 75                                             20. Connecticut          305-314--619
(+3) to finish in 25th place with      Tom Sherreard’s third place finish      21. Binghamton           311-309--620
the rest of his teammates. Rosend-    comes after ending day one in 24th     22. Drexel               318-314--632
ahl, Allen John, Alan Fowler, and     place with a 74.                       23. Utah Valley          319-315--634
Brent Paul all recorded identical
scores of 148 to tie for 25th.        Brent Paul, Allen John, and Alan       Georgia State Results
                                      Fowler all improved their positions    T-3 - Tom Sherreard       74-67 - 141
Brent Paul went the lowest on the     on the leaderboard markedly on         T-25 - Alan Fowler        76-72 - 148
final day of all his Panther team-     day two. Paul fought through a 42
                                                                             T-25 - Allen John         75-73 - 148
mates at 148 by posting a 71 (-1).    on the first nine of the tournament
                                      to play the final 27 holes 2-under      T-25 - Tobias Rosendahl   73-75 - 148
Alan Fowler fired a 72 (E), while      par.                                   T-25 - Brent Paul         77-71 - 148
Allen John carded a 73 (+1).

Matt Hill of North Carolina State
dominated the individual compe-
2008-09 Tournament Recaps
Jerry Pate National Intercollegiate
10/14/2008
John Leads Men’s Golf at JPNI
                                                                             RESULTS
     Georgia State men’s golfer Allen John shot a final round 71
                                                                     Jerry Pate National Intercollegiate
     to finish fourth at the Jerry Pate National Intercollegiate on
     Tuesday. The freshman’s third career event was highlighted
                                                                     Old Overton G.C. - Par 70
     by a second round 65 as he led the No. 53-ranked Panthers       Birmingham, Ala.
     to a seventh place finish.                                       1. Alabama              278-271-281--830
                                                                     2. Auburn               287-268-281--836
     Sophomore Alan Fowler fired a career-best 69 in the final         3. SMU                  278-269-291--838
     round, as the Panthers shot 283 (3-over) on the day. After      4. Baylor               285-277-277--839
     opening with a pair of 72’s on Monday, Fowler finished the       5. UNLV                 282-276-283--841
     event tied for 23rd.                                            6. North Carolina       283-276-284--843
                                                                     7. Georgia State        286-278-283--847
     Junior Tom Sherreard continued his consistent play with a
                                                                     T8. North Florida       285-282-288--855
     final round 72 and finished the event tied for 20th at 2-over.
     Sophomore Tobias Rosendahl finished tied for 35th after a
                                                                     T8. UAB                 287-282-286--855
     final round 71, while sophomore Alex Castro tied for 51st        10. Memphis             289-281-288--858
     after a final round 74.                                          11. UNC Wilmington       300-279-286--865
                                                                     12. Samford             302-294-292--888
     Host Alabama (No. 10) took home the team title, shooting
     10-under par for the event. Auburn (No. 39) finished second      Georgia State Results
     at 4-under, while first day leader Southern Methodist fin-        T-4 - Allen John         70-65-71 - 205
     ished third at 2-under. No. 5-ranked Baylor (1-under) and       T20 - Tom Sherreard      71-69-72 - 212
     No. 8-ranked UNLV (1-over) rounded out the top five. State       T23 - Alan Fowler        72-72-69 - 213
     finished the 54-hole event at 7-over with wins over No. 46
                                                                     T35 - Tobias Rosendahl   73-72-71 - 216
     UAB and No. 52 Memphis, both ranked ahead of them in
     the Golfweek poll.
                                                                     T51 - Alex Castro        77-73-74 - 224

     SMU’s Kelly Kraft shot a final round 69 to take home low
     medalist honors at 6-under par. Auburn’s Glenn Northcutt
     and UNLV’s Eddie Olson tied for second at 5-under. John
     tied with UNLV’s Derek Ernst at 4-under par.
2008-09 Tournament Recaps
Rees Jones Intercollegiate
11/4/2008
Rosendahl Posts Third Place Finish, Leads Panthers to Second
                                                                                    RESULTS
 Sophomore Tobias Rosendahl
                                                                           Rees Jones Intercollegiate
 finished in third place overall        Jared Cagle finished the tourna-
 as the 49th-ranked (Golfweek)         ment in 50th with scores of 81-     Haig Point G.C. - Par 72
 Georgia State men’s golf team         83-81--245 (+29).                   Daufuskie Island, S.C.
 placed second out of 12 teams at                                          1. South Carolina        291-290-298--879
 the Rees Jones Intercollegiate at     South Carolina won the team         2. Georgia State         290-297-313--900
 Haig Point on Daufuskie Island,       event with a 291-290-298--879       3. San Diego State       294-299-308--901
 S.C. Tuesday.                         (+15) finish. South Carolina is      4. Michigan State        298-298-309--905
                                       ranked 20th in the nation by        5. Eastern Michigan      304-298-306--908
 Georgia State was unable to make      Golfweek.                           6. Tulsa                 304-305-302--911
 up a six shot deficit to South                                             7. Troy                  304-310-306--920
 Carolina in the third round, fin-      Georgia State finishes second,
                                                                           8. Methodist             311-305-320--936
 ishing second by 21 strokes with      while San Diego State (+37)
 a 290-297-313--900 (+36).             finished third. 23rd-ranked (Golf-   9. Idaho                 304-315-321--940
                                       week) Michigan State finished        10.Tennessee State       327-312-314--953
 Rosendahl entered the third round     fourth at +41, while Eastern        11. SC-Beaufort          318-314-327--959
 with a three shot lead on the field,   Michigan rounded out the top five    12. Jackson State        335-327-346--1008
 but South Carolina’s Wesley Bry-      a +44.
 an and Paul Woodbury were able                                            Georgia State Results
 to best Rosendahl by one stroke       George Bryan IV of South Caro-      3 - Tobias Rosendahl    71-70-78 - 219
 with a 73-71-74 218 (+2) and 72-      lina finished fourth with 74-74-     T9 - Alan Fowler        73-74-78 - 225
 72-74 218 (+2), respectively, to      72 220 (+4). Jack Newman of         T19 - Allen John        71-77-80 - 228
 tie for the medalist position.        Michigan State and Christopher
                                                                           T19 - Tom Sherreard     75-76-77 - 228
                                       Ross of Eastern Michigan round
 Rosendahl finished the tourna-         out the top five plus ties at +5.    50 - Jared Cagle        81-83-82 - 246
 ment in third, individually, with a
 71-70-78 219 (+3).

 Alan Fowler finished the tour-
 nament in ninth place with a
 scorecard of 73-74-78--225 (+9).
 Allen John finished 19th with a
 71-77-80--228 (+12).

 Tom Sherreard moved up the lea-
 derboard on a tough scoring day
 by turning in a 77. He finished
 the tournament in 19th place after
 rounds of 75-76-77--228 (+12).
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  SunTrust Gator Invitational
  2/15/2009
  John’s 67 Leads Panthers Through Tough Test
                                                                                      RESULTS
The 47th ranked Georgia State men’s      Sophomore Alex Castro struggled on
                                                                              SunTrust Gator Invitational
golf team finished the SunTrust           day one with rounds of 77 and 83 for
Gator Invitational in 10th of 14         a 74th place position at +20. Castro
                                                                              Mark Bostick G.C. - Par 70
after recording rounds of 286-288-       found a way to bounce back on Sun-   Gainesville, Fla.
284--858 (+18) at the par 70, 6,701      day with a 73 to finish at +23 in 74th1. Florida              269-276-279--824
yard Mark Bostick Golf Course in         with rounds of 77-83-73--233.        2. Mississippi          274-281-287--842
Gainesville, Fla.                                                             3. UCF                  281-285-280--846
                                         Host Florida ran away with the team 4. Florida State         288-282-277--847
Georgia State’s final round was led       competition by shooting 269-276-     5. Duke                 279-284-285--848
by freshman Allen John’s 67 (-3)         279--824 (-16). Florida’s closest    T6. Coastal Carolina    279-286-285--850
which ties the second best round of      competitor was Mississippi who       T6. LSU                 285-288-277--850
the year for the Panthers. John’s 65     finished the tournament with 274-
                                                                               8. Chattanooga          280-288-283--851
in the second round of the Jerry Pate    281-287--842 (+2). Florida has now
National Intercollegiate is the lowest   won the SunTrust Gator Invitational
                                                                               9. North Florida       285-284-287--856
of the season.                           six times in a row.                  10. Georgia State       286-288-284--858
                                                                              11. Mississippi St.     290-287-289--866
John finished the tournament as the       Following Mississippi were UCF       12. Wake Forest         288-292-287--867
low Panther at 72-73-67--212 (+2) in     (+6), Florida State (+7), Duke (+8), 13. Georgia Southern    289-293-290--872
17th place.                              LSU (+10), Coastal Carolina (+10), 14. UAB                   292-296-291--879
                                         Chattanooga (+11), and North
The first round belonged to sopho-        Florida (+16), two shots in front of Georgia State Results
more Tobias Rosendahl whose round        Georgia State.                       T-17 - Allen John         72-73-67 - 212
of 69 (-1) was good for 12th place.
                                                                              T-26 - Tobias Rosendahl   69-74-72 - 215
Rosendahl responded by carding a         Georgia State finished in front of
74 in the second round to put him        Mississippi State (+26), Wake Forest
                                                                              T-35 - Tom Sherreard      72-69-75 - 216
at +3 and in 30th place. The third       (+27), Georgia Southern (+32), and T-45 - Alan Fowler          73-72-72 - 217
round saw Rosendahl post a 72 com-       UAB (+39).                           74 - Alex Castro          77-83-73 - 233
pleting his tournament of 69-74-72-
-215 (+5) and granting him a 28th        In the individual competition,
place finish.                             Florida’s Billy Horschel and Toby
                                         Ragland battled through the first day,
Junior Tom Sherreard finished the         exchanging the lead between team-
tournament with a 75 to go 72-69-        mates, before UCF’s Simon Ward
75--216 (+6) and finish in 35th.          took advantage on Sunday with a 67
Sherreard charged up the leader-         to move to -5 and gain a share of the
board during the Saturday afternoon      lead. Ragland shot a 72 (+2) to give
round on the back of a 69 (-1),          up a two shot lead on Horschel, who
climbing as high as 14th.                shot 70 (E), and a five shot lead on
                                         Ward.
Sophomore Alan Fowler’s first
round of 73 (+3) placed him 48th.        In the three man playoff, Toby Rag-
In the second round, Fowler saw a        land prevailed on the seventh playoff
slight move up the leaderboard to        hole to win the individual competi-
42nd by shooting a 72 and moving         tion at the SunTrust Gator Invitation-
to +5 on the day. Fowler capped his      al. Simon Ward was eliminated on
tournament on Sunday with a 45th         the third playoff hole before Ragland
place finish and a 72 for a 73-72-72-     ultimately defeated his teammate
-217 (+7).                               Billy Horschel.
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John Hayt Collegiate Invitational
2/24/2009
Allen John Leads the Way Again, Panthers Fourth
                                                                                      RESULTS
Freshman Allen John’s 72 (E) and      with a round of 70 (-2) that in-
                                                                            John Hayt Collegiate Invitational
seventh-place finish led the way,      cluded six birdies to win the John
the second day in a row, for the      Hayt by two strokes with a three      Sawgrass C.C. - Par 72
49th-ranked (Golfweek) Georgia        day total of 71-73-70—214.            Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla.
State men’s golf team as they                                               1. LSU                  296-295-294--885
finished fourth of 15 teams in the     Arizona State’s James Byrne and       2. Arizona State        290-303-300--893
John Hayt Collegiate Invitational     Coastal Carolina’s Zack Byrd held     3. Georgia Southern     298-302-295--895
at the par 72, 6,895 yard Sawgrass    the lead at the end of Monday’s       4. Georgia State        299-308-293--900
Country Club in Ponte Vedra, Fla.     round, but shot 77 and 75, respec-    5. Tennessee            299-311-291--901
Tuesday.                              tively, to make way for Peterson.     6. UAB                  298-306-301--905
                                                                            7. Alabama              307-305-295--907
John’s performance also marks         For Georgia State, Allen John
                                                                            8. TCU                  302-317-290--909
the second time this spring that he   finished seventh with rounds of
has finished as the lowest Georgia     75-73-72—220 (+4).                    9. Coastal Carolina     301-308-301--910
State golfer. John finished 17th at                                          10. UNC Wilmington      305-316-297--918
the SunTrust Gator Invitational.      Junior Tom Sherreard recovered        11. North Florida       305-307-307--919
                                      from a triple-bogey at the ninth      12. Tulsa               304-305-312--921
John’s seventh place finish at         with birdies at 11, 14, and 16 to     T13. Chattanooga        303-317-307--927
+4 puts him one shot in front of      finish in 13th place by record-        T13. Furman             310-312-305--927
nationally-ranked players Stephan     ing a 75-77-73—225 (+9) for the       15. Duke                314-317-301--932
Gross (#26), Chris Paisley (#15),     tournament.
and Zack Sucher (#48). John                                                 Georgia State Results
finished six shots in front of 13th-   Tobias Rosendahl also moved up
                                                                            T-7 - Allen John          75-73-72 - 220
ranked Bud Cauley.                    the leaderboard with a 74 (+2) that
                                      was a product of an up-and-down       T-13 - Tom Sherreard      75-77-73 - 225
Georgia State finished with a 293      round which included five birdies,     T-17 - Tobias Rosendahl   72-80-74 - 226
(+5) in the final round, moving        five bogeys, and a double bogey.       T-48 - Brent Paul         80-78-74 - 232
them from +31 to +36 for the          Rosendahl finished with scores         T-64 - Alan Fowler        77-82-78 - 237
tournament.                           of 72-80-74—226 (+10) in 17th
                                      place.
The Panthers managed to finish
in front of nationally-ranked #4      Sophomore Brent Paul fired his
Alabama, #17 TCU, #19 Tennes-         best round of the tournament,
see, and #21 Chattanooga. Georgia     Tuesday, with a 74 (+2). Paul
State’s final score at the John Hayt   struggled on day one with an 80
is 299-308-293—900.                   (+8), and carded a 78 during tough
                                      wind conditions on day two to fin-
Louisiana State passed Arizona        ish 80-78-74—232 (+16) in 48th.
State in the team competition
on Monday and held off the Sun        Alan Fowler finished his trip to
Devils by finishing at +21, after      the John Hayt with a 78 (+6) that
carding a team total of 296-295-      leaves him in 64th place after
294—885.                              scores of 77-82-78—237 (+21).

In the individual competition,
91st-ranked John Peterson of LSU
made a charge up the leaderboard
2008-09 Tournament Recaps
Schenkel E-Z-GO Invitational
3/22/2009
Panthers Struggle at E-Z-GO
                                                                               RESULTS
     Sophomore Tobias Rosendahl paced the Georgia State men’s
                                                                      Schenkel E-Z-GO Invitational
     golf team with his second consecutive round of even par as
     the Panthers finished 15th at the Schenkel E-Z-Go Invita-
                                                                      Forest Heights C.C. - Par 72
     tional.                                                          Statesboro, Ga.
                                                                      1. South Carolina        291-288-286--865
     Georgia State shot a final round 300, after opening rounds of     T2. North Carolina State 295-287-285--867
     295 and 297.                                                     T2. Tennessee            287-293-287--867
                                                                      4. Florida               292-287-291--870
     Rosendahl’s round included a pair of birdies as the sopho-       5. Kentucky              297-287-291--875
     more finished in a tie for 26th.                                  6. Georgia Southern      291-293-292--876
                                                                      7. North Carolina        302-284-293--879
     Freshman Allen John fought off a tough start to shoot a final
                                                                      8. Mississippi           295-293-293--881
     round 2-over par, 74. John started with a pair of double bo-
     geys on his first two holes and at one point reached 7-over for
                                                                      9. Auburn                294-301-287--882
     the round, however he finished 5-under his final five holes,        10. North Florida        290-297-297--884
     including three birdies and an eagle to tie for 50th place.      11. Virginia             296-294-295--885
                                                                      T12. LSU                 296-292-298--886
     Sophomore Alan Fowler shot a final round 77 to tie for 55th       T12. Vanderbilt          296-294-296--886
     place, while sophomore Brent Paul scored a final round 77 as      14. Iowa                 302-294-293--889
     well, tying for 81st.                                            15. Georgia State        295-297-300--892
                                                                      16. Oklahoma             293-297-306--896
     Junior Tom Sherreard, who had fired an opening round 2-           17. Augusta State        298-293-309--900
     under, 70 and tie for fifth place, struggled to a final round 79
                                                                      18. Notre Dame           311-298-303-- 912
     and tied for 62nd.

     Sophomore Alex Castro, who competed as an individual this        Georgia State Results
     week, shot a final around 81 and tied for 94th.                   T-17 - Tobias Rosendahl   75-72-72 - 219
                                                                      T-50 - Allen John         76-74-74 - 224
     #16 South Carolina took home the team title and firing a 2-       T-55 - Alan Fowler        74-74-77 - 225
     under, 286, in the final round. #15 Tennessee and #14 North       T-62 - Tom Sherreard      70-77-79 - 226
     Carolina State tied for second place, just two strokes back at   T-81 - Brent Paul         76-78-77 - 231
     3-over par. #9 Florida finished fourth with Kentucky round-       94* - Alex Castro         78-79-81 - 238
     ing out the top five.

     North Carolina State’s Matt Hill took home low medalist
     honors after firing a final round 3-under par, 69, finishing
     7-under for the tournament. South Carolina’s George Bryan
     IV, who won the event last season finished second, with Ole
     Miss’ Jonathan Randolph finishing alone in third.
2008-09 Tournament Recaps
Hootie at Bulls Bay
3/31/2009
Allen John Shoots Final Round 65
                                                                               RESULTS
  Freshman Allen John fired a six-under-par 65 and junior Tom
                                                                     Hootie at Bulls Bay
  Sherreard also shot under par with a one-under 70 to lead the
  Georgia State men’s golf team in the final round of the Hootie      Bull’s Bay G.C. - Par 71
  at Bulls Bay in Awendaw, S.C.                                      Awendaw, S.C.
                                                                     1. Augusta State          286-272-277--835
  John’s round, which featured seven birdies and just one bogey,     2. Virginia               288-278-277--843
  is the lowest score ever by a Georgia State freshman and           3. South Carolina         291-279-276--846
  equaled two other players for the low round of the tournament.     4. UCF                    291-274-283--848
  The Mannheim, Germany native recovered from an opening-            5. North Carolina State 289-279-282--850
  round 78 to post a 54-hole total of four-over-par 278, tied for    6. LSU                    289-275-287--851
  33rd place.                                                        T7. Clemson               294-274-287--855
                                                                     T7. Wake Forest           293-278-284--855
  The 46th-ranked Panthers carded a two-under 282 as a team for
  Tuesday’s final 18, shaving 11 strokes off their second round       9. Kentucky               300-273-283--856
  293 to place 12th in the 15-team field that competed at the par-    10. Chattanooga           292-285-284--861
  71, 7,282 yard Bulls Bay Golf Club.                                11. North Carolina        299-282-285--866
                                                                     12. Georgia State         303-293-282--878
  Sherreard, the junior from Maidstone, England, also finished        13. College of Charleston 307-286-291--884
  strong, following his second-round 73 with a 70. For the           14. South Carolina-Aiken 307-296-286--889
  tournament, he tied for 54th at 222 (+9). Also at 222 is Georgia   15. Maryland              304-293-296--893
  State sophomore Alan Fowler, who shot 73 Tuesday.

  Sophomore Tobias Rosendahl, who was the low Panther in
                                                                     Georgia State Results
  rounds one and two, finished at eight-over-par 221, tied for
  50th, after shooting 76 Tuesday.                                   T-50 - Tobias Rosendahl   73-72-76 - 221
                                                                     T-33 - Allen John         78-74-65 - 217
  Augusta State captured the team title with a three-day score of    T-54 - Alan Fowler        75-74-73 - 222
  835, 17 strokes under par and eight shots better than second-      T-54 - Tom Sherreard      79-73-70 - 222
  place Virginia. The Jaguars’ Janne Kaske won the individual        68 - Brent Paul           77-76-74 - 227
  medal at 14-under par, including a final-round 65. Runnerup
  George Bryan of South Carolina also shot 65 Tuesday but
  finished two shots off the lead.
2008-09 Tournament Recaps
Administaff/Augusta State Invitational
4/5/2009
John’s Career Best Finish Takes Panthers to Eighth
                                                                              RESULTS
       Freshman Allen John led the way, with a third place finish,
                                                                     Administaff/Augusta State Invitational
       for the 46th-ranked (Golfweek) Georgia State men’s golf
       team in the final round of the Administaff Augusta State In-
                                                                     Forest Hills G.C. - Par 72
       vitational Sunday at the par 72 Forest Hills GC in Augusta,   Augusta, Ga.
       Ga.                                                           1. Augusta State          278-273-277--828
                                                                      2. Chattanooga           273-286-282--841
       John pushed his way near the top of the leaderboard with a     3. Kent State            286-275-282--843
       final round 70 on Sunday, helping the Panthers to an eighth    T4. Coastal Carolina      279-283-287--849
       of 17 finish. John finishes the tournament with scores of       T4. UCF                   282-275-292--849
       72-66-70—208 (-8).                                             6. Duke                  284-280-289--853
                                                                      7. Tennessee             291-281-287--859
       Georgia State wrapped up the team competition in eighth
                                                                      8. Georgia State         289-277-294--860
       place with scores of 289-277-294—860 (-4). The Panthers
       finished a full 14 strokes in front of conference rival VCU
                                                                      9. Virginia Tech         288-286-288--862
       as they look toward a rematch at the CAA Championships        10. South Carolina-Aiken 289-282-293--864
       beginning April 17th.                                         11. Georgia Southern      288-279-298--865
                                                                     12. Lamar                 294-287-285--866
       Junior Tom Sherreard finished on a positive note, carding a    13. Charlotte             298-283-292-873
       72 to finish 70-70-72—212 (-4), in 18th place.                 14. VCU                   289-281-304--874
                                                                     15. Houston               290-287-298--875
       Rounding out the scoring for the Panthers were Alan Fowl-     16. Minnesota             287-285-306--878
       er with a 75-68-74—217 (+1) in 44th place, Brent Paul         17. North Carolina        297-287-303--887
       with a 73-73-78—224 (+8) in 73rd place, and Jared Cagle’s
       76-79-80—235 (+19) in 94th position as an individual.
                                                                     Georgia State Results
       Sophomore Tobias Rosendahl withdrew on the final day of        T-3 - Allen John        72-66-70 - 208
       competition after opening with a pair of 74s on day one.      T-18 - Tom Sherreard    70-70-72 - 212
                                                                     T-43 - Alan Fowler      75-68-74 - 217
       In the individual competition, USC Aiken’s Roberto Diaz       T-73 - Brent Paul       73-73-78 - 224
       lost his grip on the top spot by shooting a 75 on the final    94* - Jared Cagle       76-79-80 - 235
       day after opening the tournament with a 64 and 69 on          DNF- Tobias Rosendahl   74-WD - WD
       Saturday. Taylor Floyd of Augusta State took advantage of
       Diaz’s slip, and earned the medalist honor with a 68-67-
       67—202 (-14).

       The team competition was won by host Augusta State with
       scores of 278-273-277—828 (-36).
2008-09 Tournament Recaps
CAA Championship
4/19/2009
John Medalist, Panthers Second in Playoff
                                                                                        RESULTS
Freshman Allen John captured the       that Georgia State has been in the
                                                                              CAA Championship
individual medal, but the Georgia      league. He follows Joel Sjoholm
State men’s golf team fell on the      (2008) and Mark Haastrup (2006)        Callaway Gardens G.C. - Par 72
first playoff hole to VCU at the        as a CAA champions, as well            Pine Mountain, Ga.
CAA Golf Championships Sunday          as conference champion Allen           T1. Georgia State*      285-294-298--877
on the Callaway Gardens Moun-          Thompson (2001 TAAC).                  T1. VCU*                290-301-286--877
tain View Course in Pine Moun-                                                3. William & Mary       300-291-293--884
tain, Ga.                              The Panthers carded a 10-over-         T4. James Madison       293-294-304--891
                                       par total of 298 for Sunday’s          T4. Old Dominion        311-293-287-- 891
With the win, VCU earns an auto-       round. Tobias Rosendahl turned in      T4. UNC Wilmington      304-297-290-- 891
matic berth in the NCAA Region-        Georgia State’s low round of the       7. Delaware             321-307-298--926
als, while Georgia State, ranked       day with an even-par 72, despite
                                                                              8. George Mason         318-304-306-- 928
57th nationally, must await the        battling a back injury.
at-large selections to be announced                                           9. Drexel               309-308-315--932
in just over two weeks.                Alan Fowler posted a 74 for the        10. Towson              315-322-315--952
                                       Panthers, followed by John and         11. Hofstra             342-351-337--1030
Georgia State entered Sunday’s         Tom Sherreard at 76 and Brent          *- VCU wins on first playoff hole.
final round eight shots ahead of        Paul with a 77.
James Madison and 12 strokes bet-                                             Georgia State Results
ter than VCU, but the Rams posted      “Congratulations to VCU; they          1    - Allen John         70-65-76 - 211
a two-under-par 291 on the final        played great today,” said Georgia      T-12 - Tom Sherreard      74-73-76 - 223
day to force the playoff.              State head coach Joe Inman. “We        T-13 - Tobias Rosendahl   73-79-72 - 224
                                       played beautifully the first day, but
                                                                              T-17 - Alan Fowler        71-80-74 - 225
On the first playoff hole, Rafael       we just did not perform well the
Campos and Mark Jargren birdied        last two days. We let everybody        T-17 - Brent Paul         71-77-77 - 225
for the Rams to give VCU the title.    back into the tournament when we
                                       should have put it away.”
John, the freshman from
Mannheim, Germany, fired a 65
on Saturday to take command of
the individual leaderboard. He
came back to the field after shoot-
ing a 76 Sunday, but still won by
two shots over Eric Onesi of Old
Dominion.

John, who sank a six-foot par putt
on the 18th green to ensure the
playoff, is the second straight Pan-
ther to capture the CAA individual
title and third in the four years

								
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