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					2003-04 SPRING
CENTRAL COLLEGE
                 PRESSBOOK
Founded –1853
Enrollment –1,693
Affiliation –Reformed Church in America
President – Dr. David Roe
Membership – Iowa Intercollegiate Athletic Conference, National Collegiate Athletic Association, Division III


                   Founded in 1853, Central College is a four-year coeducational liberal arts college of the Reformed Church in
America. Located 40 miles southeast of Des Moines, Central offers its 1,659 students learning opportunities not only on
the Pella campus, but international study sites in Hangzhou, China; London and Colchester, England; Paris, France;
Eldoret, Kenya; Leiden, the Netherlands; Merida, Mexico; Granada, Spain; Carmarthen, Wales; and Vienne, Austria.
                   Central is a member of the National Collegiate Athletic Association, Division III, and the lowa Intercollegiate
Athletic Conference. Men compete in baseball, football, basketball, tennis, golf, wrestling, soccer, track and cross country
while women compete in tennis, golf, track, softball, volleyball, cross country, soccer and basketball. Rugby is offered at the
club level.


The Kuyper Athletic Complex
                   The Kuyper Athletic Complex is located at the corner of Independence Street and West Fifth Street in
southwest Pella. The complex includes P.H. Kuyper Gymnasium (1970), H.S. Kuyper Fieldhouse (1987), A.N. Kuyper Field
(1977), the baseball and softball fields (1978), Ryerson Golf Driving Range (2002), cross country course (2003), tennis
courts (1992), soccer field (1992) and the Ron Schipper Fitness Center (1999). The complex also includes practice and
intramural softball diamonds and football fields. Golf meets are held at the Bos Landen Golf Resort, two miles southwest
of the campus on Highway
T-15.



Directory
Sports Information Director (Interim) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Abby Gonzales
Office. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (641) 628-5278
Home. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (641) 628-2754
Fax. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (641) 628-5340
E-mail. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . sportsinfo@central.edu
Central web page. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . www.central.edu/athletics




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                    ATHLETIC STAFF                                  Assistant football            Reid Evans—offensive line
Athletic director                            Al Dorenkamp           Assistant football       Matt Paulsen—defensive backs
Special assistant to the athletic director John Edwards             Assistant football           David Roe—kickers/punters
Director of intramurals and                 Adam Stevens            Assistant football                Jeff Sanger—stingers
  special events                                                    Assistant football          Kevin Sanger—defensive line
Assistant director of intramurals              Dan Mason            Assistant football     Jerry Southmayd—quarterbacks
Athletic office manager                     Jeffy Schuring          Assistant football                     Travis Sterling—
Head athletic trainer                        Leslie Duinink                                            strength/conditioning
Assistant athletic trainer                   Greg Gilmore           Assistant football           Emory Stewart—tight ends
Assistant athletic trainer                      Doug West          Golf--Men's                            Charlie Estabrook
Athletic training education                   John Roslien          Assistant golf                              Tom Linton
 program director                                                   Assistant golf                            Jon Hietbrink
Strength and conditioning coordinator/ Jake Anderson               Golf--Women's                             Greg Hoekstra
 Ron Schipper Fitness Center coordinator                            Assistant golf                              Dan Mason
Building and grounds manager                 Vince Guillien        Soccer--Men's                              Garry Laidlaw
Interim sports information director         Abby Gonzales           Assistant soccer                   Takis Apostolopoulos
                                                                    Assistant soccer                           Eric Boeyink
                                                                   Soccer--Women's                               Rick Burns
FACULTY ATHLETIC COUNCIL REPRESENTATIVES                            Assistant soccer                      Russell Goodman
Beverly Brand, assistant professor of education                    Softball                                   George Wares
Dr. Edmond Willis, professor of psychology                          Assistant softball                      Denise Barnard
                                                                    Assistant softball                    Teresa Thompson
                    COACHING STAFF                                 Tennis--Men's/women's                     Doug Stursma
Baseball                                    Adam Stevens            Assistant men's tennis                     Marc Hansen
 Assistant baseball                            Dan Mason            Assistant women's tennis                     Rod Braun
 Assistant baseball                         Wade Van Vark          Track and field--Men's/women’s              Kevin Sanger
Basketball--Men's                            Mike Boschee           Associate track and field                  Guy Mosher
 Assistant basketball                     Marc Pennington           Assistant track and field                    Jeff Bovee
 Assistant basketball                        Chris Roberts          Assistant track and field                  Chris Button
Basketball--Women's                             Mick Angel          Assistant track and field                  Katie Button
 Assistant basketball                          Cathy Angel          Assistant track and field                  Stephen Fyfe
 Assistant basketball                      Mark Uitermarkt          Assistant track and field            Mike Marcinkowski
 Assistant basketball                      Josh Harrington          Assistant track and field                    Eric Pingel
Cross country--Men's/women's                    Jeff Bovee         Volleyball                                 Kent Clayberg
 Assistant cross country                      Stephen Fyfe          Assistant volleyball                    Megan Clayberg
 Assistant cross country                       Guy Mosher           Assistant volleyball                   Ann Van Hemert
Football                                     Jeff McMartin          Assistant vollyeball                 Colleen Evenhouse
 Assistant football            Jeff Bollard—offensive line         Wrestling                                     Matt Diehl
 Assistant football               Dick Bowzer—receivers             Assistant wrestling                 Ryan Cummingham
 Assistant football          Darrell Brand—running backs            Assistant wrestling                    Russell Pamulak
 Assistant football                   Don De Waard—def.             Assistant wrestling                    Scott Williamson
                                    coordinator/linebackers



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                      HEAD COACH DIRECTORY

Name                     E-mail                     Office phone
Angel, Mick              angelm@central.edu            628-5672
Boschee, Mike            boscheem@central.edu          628-5225
Bovee, Jeff              boveej@central.edu            628-5178
Burns, Rick              burnsr@central.edu             628-TBA
Clayberg, Kent           claybergk@central.edu    628-5139/7605
Diehl, Matt              diehlm@central.edu            628-5230
Dorenkamp, Al            dorenkampa@central.edu        628-5310
Estabrook, Charlie       estabrookc@central.edu        628-7694
Hoekstra, Greg           gwhoekstra@pella.com          628-5226
Laidlaw, Garry           laidlawg@central.edu          628-5789
McMartin, Jeff           mcmartinj@central.edu         628-7609
Sanger, Kevin            sangerk@central.edu           628-7603
Stevens, Adam            stevensa@central.edu          628-5396
Stursma, Doug            stursmad@central.edu          628-5194
Wares, George            waresg@central.edu            628-5195


Fax numbers
Athletic department                               (641) 628-5356
Sports information                                (641) 628-5340




                                   III
                                    MEN’S GOLF
2004 spring schedule
Date              Tournament                          Location
March 17          Iowa State (R,W)                    Goodyear, Ariz.
March 26-27       Central Dutch Classic (R,W)         Pella, Iowa
April 2-3         Augustana Invite (R)                Rock Island, Ill.
April 2-3         William Penn Invite (W,B)           Oskaloosa, Iowa
April 6           Simpson Invite (W)                  Indianola, Iowa
April 9-10        Wartburg Invite (R)                 Waverly, Iowa
April 13          Mount Mercy Invite (W)              Amana, Iowa
April 16-17       Buena Vista Invite (R,W)            Storm Lake, Iowa
April 20          Dubuque Invite (W)                  Dubuque, Iowa
April 23-24       IIAC (R)                            Waterloo, Iowa
April 30-May 1    IIAC (R)                            Cedar Rapids, Iowa
May 9-13          NCAA National Tournament (R)        Redlands, Calif.

R=Red
W=White
B=Blue


                                        MEN’S GOLF QUICK FACTS
                  2003 Iowa Conference finish: 1st (25th title, 2st in past 23 years)
                  2003 all-conference players: 2 (Kyle Matzen, Nick Grossman)
                  2003 GCAA all-region: Jake Pearson
                  2003 GCAA all-America Scholars: Patrick McElyea
                  Starters lost: 0
                  Starters returning: 5 (Nick Grossman, Patrick McElyea, Jake Pearson, Kyle Matzen, Blake Jones)
                  Letterwinners lost: 5
                  Letterwinners returning: 8
                  2003 captains: Nick Grossman, Kyle Matzen, Patrick McElyea




Charlie Estabrook
Head coach
      Charlie Estabrook is entering his seventh season as head of Central's nationally competitive men's golf program.
      He's guided the Dutch to five Iowa Conference championships and three NCAA Div. III tournament appearances.
He was named the 1998, 2001, 2002 and 2003 league coach of the year.
      Estabrook, a native of Davenport, has been providing private golf instruction in Pella for eight years. For three
seasons he also served as head boys' baseball coach at Pella Christian High School. Estabrook is the athletic facilities
operations coordinator at Central.

Tom Linton
Assistant coach
      Tom Linton is entering his third season as assistant men's golf coach.
      Linton is a native of Minneapolis, MN where he helped Central High School win the city golf crown. He received his
bachelor's degree from St. Olaf and his masters and doctoral degrees from the University of Wisconsin.
      Linton serves as assistant professor of mathematics and computer science at Central.

Jon Hietbrink
Assistant coach
       Jon is entering his first season as assistant coach.
       Jon was a four year letterwinnner for Central as well as a three time all-conference selection. He was a two-time



2                                                                                                                Men’s Golf
GCAA all American scholar, and he was an academic all-conference. Jon served as co-captain twice and graduated from
Central in 2002.
      He is now the director of Innervaristy at Central.

2003 spring season results

South Mountain Invitational, Palm Valley Golf Course
March 10, Goodyear, Ariz.
Final 18-hole standings
    1. Mobile (Ala.) 299; 2. Spring Hill (Ala.) 319; 3. Central Red 327; 4. Central White 332.

Central Dutch Classic Bos Landen Golf Resort
March 28-29, Pella, Iowa
Final 27-hole results
Team standings
    1. Central Red 475; 2. Nebraska Wesleyan 484; 3. Lawrence University 488; 4. tie, Central White, Simpson 493; 6.
Buena Vista 502; 7. Wartburg 504; 8. Loras 507; 9. Kirkwood 525; 10. Cornell 544; 11. Upper Iowa 559

Wartburg Invitational
April 12-13, Waverly, Iowa
Final 36-hole team standings
1. Gustavus Adolphus (Minn.) 291-292 – 593; 2. Central 291-299—590; 3. Mount Mercy 593; 4. Briar Cliff 594; 5. Loras
599; 6. Luther 602; 7. Wartburg Black 605; 8. St. Thomas (Minn.) 606; 9. tie, Buena Vista, Simpson 613; 11. Augsburg
(Minn.) 620; 12. Wartburg Orange 634; 13. Coe 640; 14. Clarke 654; 15. Upper Iowa 662; 16. Cornell 666; 17. Macalester
(Minn.) 674; 18. William Penn 681; 19. Grinnell 682

Amana Colonies Spring Golf Classic—Mount Mercy College
Amana Colonies Golf Course
Middle Amana, Iowa
April 15, 2003
Final 18-hole team standings
    1. Central Red 311; 2. St Ambrose University (Blue) 312; 3. St. Ambrose University (White), Simpson College 321;
5. Central White 322; 6. Mount Mercy College (Blue) 324; 7. Loras College (Purple) 333; 8. Southeastern Community
College, Mount Mercy College (Gold) 339; 10. Kirkwood Community College 342; 11. William Penn University 345; 12.
NIACC 349; 13. Upper Iowa University 350; 14. Clarke College 353; 15. Marshalltown Community College 355; 16. Loras
College (Gold) 356; 17. Iowa Lakes Community College 360; 18. Grinnell College 362; 19. Concordia College 367; 20. Coe
College 369; 21. Mount St. Clare College 375

Buena Vista Spring Invitational, Spencer/Lake Creek Country Club
April 18-19, Storm Lake, Iowa
Final 36-hole team standings
    1. Wis.-Eau Claire 590; 2. Gustavus Adolphus 594; 3. Central Red 596; 4. Buena Vista 599; 5. Mount Mercy 608; 6.
Luther 610; 7. Nebraska Wesleyan 611; 8. Central White 613; 9. Northwestern 616; 10. St. Thomas (Minn.) 620; 11.
Wartburg 623; 12. Simpson 624; 13. Augsburg (Minn.) 628; 14. Coe 631; 15. William Penn 657; 16. Cornell College
662; 17. Buena Vista Gold 669; 18. Upper Iowa 676

Iowa Conference Golf Championship-first round
Waterloo/Gates Park Golf Course
Waterloo, Iowa
April 25-26, 2003
Final 36-hole standings
    1. Central 598; 2. tie, Wartburg, Luther 607; 4. Buena Vista 608; 5. Loras 610; 6. Coe 612; 7. Simpson 613; 8. Upper
Iowa 647; 9. Cornell 665; 10. University of Dubuque, 676

Iowa Conference Golf Championship-second round
May 2-3, 2003, Pella/Bos Landen Golf Course
Final team standings
    1. Central 1232; 2. Luther 1236; 3. Loras 1240; 4 Wartburg 1242; 5. tie, Buena Vista, Simpson 1257; 7. Coe 1263; 8.
Cornell 1366; 9. Upper Iowa 1377; 10. University of Dubuque, 1406




Mens Golf                                                                                                             3
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             2003 spring season scores
             Names                   Ariz.   Cen.    Wart.   MM   BV      IIAC          NCAA
             Ryan Boone
             Clint Brown
             Trent Drake             80      46-84           78   82-74
             Clint Driftmier
             Nick Grossman           76      37-83   80-78   81   75-70   77-75-78-78   81-75-71-76
             Jason Guliford                  44-93
             John Hall                       45-85
             Tom Hubers                                      87
             Adam Jackson
             Eric Johnston           81      43-88                87-74
             Blake Jones             76      42-89                81-79
             Ryan Kinneberg
             Andrew Kinney           79      41-80           80   74-78
             Greg Lister
             Kyle Matzen             84      37-80   71-76   74   77-70   76-77-71-81   77-73-74-78
             Patrick McElyea         72      41-75   72-78   79   81-71   78-75-82-83   75-74-79-76
             Justin Mescher
             Jeff Osby               78      41-83   80-72   79   80-72   70-81-80-85   72-86-79-77
             Jake Pearson            73      39-76   68-73   79   81-72   75-73-78-85   80-72-75-82
             Todd Rausch
             Joe Schafer
             Alex Schenfeld          81      40-85           78   75-75
             Loren Sherman
             Jason Snyder
             Andrew Toivonen
             Theron Vanderflute
             Bret Van Riesen                                 86
             Micah Vermeer
             Aaron Wolfswinkel               46-81




Men’s Golf
NCAA Division III Championship
Delaware, Ohio/Dornoch Golf Club
May 12-15, 2003
Final team standings
    1. Averett University 1175; 2. Wesley College 1180; 3. tie, Ohio Wesleyan University, St. John’s University (Minn.)
1184; 5. Methodist College 1188; 6. tie, Oglethorpe University, Gustavus Adolphus College, 1190; 8. Univeristy of
Redlands1191; 9. Denison University 1193; 10. Wisconsin-Eau Claire 1199; 11. Central College 1204; 12. Greensboro
College 1207; 13. Muskingum College 1208; University of Dallas, Texas 1209; 15. Emory University, 1214

Individual placewinners
Iowa Conference                                                    NCAA Div. III
6. Kyle Matzen               76-77-71-81--305                      39. (tie) Kyle Matzen              77-73-74-78--302
9. Nick Grossman             77-75-78-78--308                      43. (tie) Nick Grossman            81-75-71-76--303
13. Jake Pearson             75-73-78-85--311                      48. (tie) Patrick McElyea          75-74-79-76--304
18. Jeff Osby                70-81-80-85--316                      65. (tie) Jake Pearson             80-72-75-82--309
21. (tie) Patrick McElyea    78-75-82-83--318                      88. (tie) Jeff Osby                72-86-79-77--314

2003 fall results
Nebraska Wesleyan Fall Invite, Wilderness Ridge
Sept 11-12, Lincoln, Neb.
Final Scores
      1. Nebraska Wesleyan 602; 2. Wisconsin-Eau Claire 611; 3. Central College 614; 4. Neb. Wesleyan (brown) 616;
5. Coe College 636; 6. Wartburg College 644; T7. Luther College, Loras College 645; 9. Augsburg #2 648; T10. Simpson
College, Midland Lutheran Co. 651; 12. Kansas Wesleyan U. 652; 13. Webster U. 655; 14. Augsburg College 658; 15. York
College (Neb.) 677; 16. Hastings College 680

William Penn Invite
Sept. 12, Oskaloosa, Iowa
Final Results
      1. Mt. Mercy College 290; 2. Central College (white) 295; T3. William Penn (blue), Marshalltown CC 298;
5. Central College (blue) 301; 6. Wartburg 303; 7. Graceland 305; 8. Simpson 320; 9. William Penn (gold) 322;
10. Upper Iowa 335; 11. Clarke 337

Clarke Invitational, Timberline
Sept. 16, Peosta, Iowa
Final Results
      1. UW-Platteville 345; 2. Loras College 382; 3. Central College (white) 426; 4. Edgewood College 430; 5. Dubuque
434; 6. Coe College 446

Blue/Gold Collegiate Tournament, Eau Claire GC
Sept 21- 22, Eau Claire, Wis.
Final Scores
       1. Wisconsin-Eau Claire 583; 2. Gustavus Adolphus 593; 3. St. John’s (Minn.) 602; 4. Central College 604;
5. Nebraska Wesleyan 615; 6. Wartburg College 620; 7. St. Thomas, U of Minn. 623; 8. Illinois Wesleyan 624; 9. Luther
College 633; 10. Augsburg College 639; 11. Milwaukee Sch of Eng. 650; 12. Marian College (Wis.) 686; 13. Concordia
Univ. (Wis.) 703; 14. Wisconsin Lutheran 716

William Jewell Invite (B, W)
Sept 22, Liberty Mo.
Final Scores
      1. Kansas City Kansas 309; 2. Rockhurst University 310; 3. Coe 311; 4. Missouri Valley 312; 5. Ottawa 318;
6. Central College (blue) 320; 7. Evangel 322; 8. Central College (white) 327; 9. William Jewel 328; 10. Simpson 332;
11. Culver Stockton 334; 12. Missouri Valley JV 340; 13. Friends 341; 14. Simpson JV 343; 15. Graceland 350; 16. Baker
352; 17. Kansas City Kansas JV 357

Outback Steakhouse Classic, Hunter’s Ridge GC
Sept. 27-28, Marion, Iowa
Final Scores
      1. Marion College (Ind.) 303; T2. Lindenwood Univ., St. Ambrose U. 307; T4. Mount Mercy College, Simpson
College 313; 6. Lindenwood Gold 316; 7. Central White 317; 8. Wartburg College 318; 9. St. Francis, U. of Ill. 324;



Men’s Golf                                                                                                                5
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             2003 fall season score
             Name             Neb.    WP   Wis.    WJ   Minn       Mt.M   Ryerson   GC      Avg.
             Ben Biersner                                                 80-106            93
             Alvaro De Cosio          75           81                82   75-83             79.2
             Emory Dease                                                  74-89             81.5
             Corey Grace                           76                77   76-87             79
             Nick Grossman                 72-78        76-75-86          75-82     69-77   76.7
             John Hall                                                    81-87             84
             Nick Holm                                                    80-86             83
             Ryan Kinneberg           76           81                                       78.5
             Andrew Kinney            71                             79   79-81             77.5
             Zach Massey                                                  72-93             82.5
             Kyle Matzen      76-76        75-80        76-75-85          75-77     75-81   77.4
             Patrick McElyea 77-73         75-74        74-81-78          75-80     76-75   76.2
             Justin Mesche            81                                                    81
             Brett Meyer                           78                79   72-79             77
             Jeff Millet      86-79                                                         82.5
             Josh Noonan              83                                                    83
             Jeff Osby        79-80                79                82   73-82             79.2
             Jake Pearson     83-70        77-76        75-75-80          83-77     73-78   77
             Cole Reiman      90-81                                                         85.5
             Isaac Rodenberg          75                                  72-87             78
             Joe Schafer              83                                                    83
             Alex Schenfeld                76-78        76-75-78          71-75     72-80   75.7
             Jason Snyder             77                                  78-86             80.3
             Andrew Toivonen                                              92-91             91.5
             Micah Vermeer            79                                  77-84             80
             Brett Van Riessen        83                                                    83




Men’s Golf
10. Quincy Univ. 328; 11. Hastings College 335; 12. Edgewood College 337; T13. Kirkwood CC, Cornell College 342;
15. Mount Mercy Gold 343; 16. Coe College 349; 17. Clarke College 351; 18. Francisian Colege 352; 19. Concordia Univ.
(Wis.) 368

All-time records
INDIVIDUAL
Best Iowa Conference score, 18 holes — 67, Joe Jaspers, Pheasant Ridge GC, Cedar Falls, 1988
Best Iowa Conference score, 36 holes — 67-70--137, Joe Jaspers, Pheasant Ridge GC, Cedar Falls, 1988
Best Iowa Conference score, 72 holes — 71-75-75-75--296, Tim White, 296
Best 18 hole score, dual — tie, 67, Bill Spurbeck, vs Alumni, Pella GC, 1986; Steve Kimball, vs. Wartburg, Waverly GC,
   1988; Payson Moreland, vs. William Penn, Edmundson GC, 1988
Best 18 hole score, tournament — 65, Jeff Woods, Great Plains tournament, Lincoln, Neb., 1988
Best 27 hole score, tournament — 105, John Bermel, Central Invitational, Pella GC,1982
Best 36 hole score, tournament — 67-70--137, Joe Jaspers, Iowa Conference, Pheasant Ridge GC, Cedar Falls, 1988
Best 54 hole score, tournament — 65-72-72--209, Jeff Woods, Great Plains Tournament, Lincoln, Neb., 1988
Best 18 hole score, NCAA tournament— 70, tie, Dan Dursky, Willow Creek GC, Des Moines, 1980; Brian Goldsworthy,
   Monroe GC, Pittsford, N.Y., 1985 (twice)
Best 72 hole score, NCAA tournament — 70-70-77-80–297, Brian Goldsworthy, Monroe GC, Pittsford, N.Y., 1985
Best seasonal competitive stroke average — 74.38, Pat Jackson, 1988

TEAM
Best Iowa Conference score, 72-hole format — 1,157, 2001, Gates Park GC, Waterloo; Waverly GC, Waverly; (Roger
   Dortch 288, Tim White 290, Eric Johnston 290, Matt Cress 296, Jon Hietbrink 299).
Best 18-hole score — 276, Ryerson Fall Classic, Pleasantville GC, 1992; (John Guenther 66, Todd Isley 68, Bill Conger
   68, Scott Retzlaff 74)
Best score, 27-hole tournament — 439, Central Invitational, Pella GC, 1981; (Dan Klatt 106, Dan Dursky 109, John
   Bermel 111, Ron Peterson 113, Jeff Austin 113)
Best score, 36-hole tournament — 575, tie, Great Plains Tournament, 1983 (Darren Stanek 143, Brian Goldsworthy 145;
   John Bermel 146, Phil Wistrom 147, Jamie Bermel 151, Jeff Cave 153); Buena Vista Invitational, 1997 (Darren
   Fisher 143, Matt Jones 143, Rob Akers 144, Brad Wuhs 145, Brad Dutler 152)
Best score, 54-hole tournament — 889, tie, Great Plains Inv., 1984 (Phil Wistrom 218, Brian Goldsworthy 224, Rob
   Wilson 225, Bill Spurbeck 231, Jeff Cave 234); Nebraska Wesleyan Inv., 1992 (Todd Isley, John Guenther, Chad
   Hoekstra, Bill Conger, Brent Peterson)
Best score, NCAA Div. III tournament — 1216, Saratoga Spa State Park GC, Saratoga Springs, N.Y., 1996; (Rob Akers
   298, Matt Jones 307, Darin Fisher 308, Brad Wuhs 317, Kevin Lucken 317)

NCAA Division III national finishes
1976 – 19th        1989 – 14th, tie
1977 – 20th        1990 – 18th
1978 – 18th        1991 – 21st
1980 – 14th        1992 – 17th
1981 – Ninth       1993 – 11th
1982 – 10th        1994 – 15th
1983 – Sixth       1995 – 7th, tie
1984 – Sixth       1996 – 10th
1985 – Fifth       1997 – 7th
1986 – 12th        2001 – 20th
1987 – Sixth       2002 – 9th, tie
1988 – 14th, tie   2003 – 11th

Central’s Iowa Conference championships
1969 (tie)         1984               1991          1999
1976               1985               1992          2001
1977               1986               1993          2002
1978               1987               1994          2003
1981               1988               1995
1982               1989               1996
1983               1990               1998




Men’s Golf                                                                                                           7
Iowa Conference team champions
1947              St. Ambrose                    1975    Dubuque
1948              St. Ambrose                    1976    Central
1949              St. Ambrose                    1977    Central
1950              St. Ambrose                    1978    Central
1951              Loras                          1979    Buena Vista
1952              Parsons                        1980    Buena Vista
1953              Loras                          1981    Central
1954              Loras                          1982    Central
1955              Wartburg                       1983    Central
1956              Dubuque                        1984    Central
1957              Dubuque                        1985    Central
1958              Buena Vista                    1986    Central
1959              Parsons                        1987    Central
1960              Luther, Wartburg               1988    Central
1961              Iowa Wesleyan                  1989    Central
1962              Luther                         1990    Central
1963              Luther                         1991    Central
1964              Iowa Wesleyan                  1992    Central
1965              Luther                         1993    Central
1966              Luther                         1994    Central
1967              Simpson                        1995    Central
1968              Simpson                        1996    Central
1969              Central, William Penn          1997    Luther
1970              Simpson                        1998    Central
1971              Wartburg                       1999    Central
1972              Wartburg                       2000    Luther
1973              Luther                         2001    Central
1974              William Penn                   2002    Central
                                                 2003    Central

Gordin Div. III Classic finishes
1993 – rain
1995 – tie, 6th
1996 – 4th
1997 – tie, 9th
2000 – 7th
2003 – tie, 6th

Central’s Iowa Conference MVPs
1969 – Don Ver Meer               1990 – Pat Jackson
1981 – Ron Peterson               1993 – Chad Hoekstra
1982 – Ron Peterson               1994 – Todd Isley
1985 – Brian Goldsworthy          2001 – Roger Dortch
1987 – Bill Spurbeck              2002 – Tim White
1988 – Joe Jaspers

Central’s all-Americans
1985 – Brian Goldsworthy*         1995 – Kevin Lucken
1986 – Joe Jaspers                1996 – Rob Akers
1987 – Joe Jaspers                1997 – Darin Fisher
1988 – Pat Jackson                2002 – Tim White
1993 – John Guenther
*NCAA Div. III champion




8                                                                      Men’s Golf
Ryerson MVP Award
1969 – Don Ver Meer         1986 – Bill Spubeck
1970 – Nick Neumann         1987 – Bill Spurbeck
1971 – Dick Fisher          1988 – Joe Jaspers
1972 – Tim Ettelson         1989 – Pat Jackson
1973 – Pat McMahon          1990 – Pat Jackson
1974 – Gary Slight          1991 – Mark Smith
1975 – Tim Esbeck           1992 – Jason Brown
1976 – Mark Urbanek         1993 – Chad Hoekstra
1977 – Tim Esbeck           1994 – Todd Isley
1978 – Tim Esbeck           1995 – Kevin Lucken
1979 – Dan Klatt            1996 – Rob Akers
1980 – Dan Dursky           1997 – Darin Fisher
1981 – Ron Peterson         1998 – Chris Huston
1982 – Ron Peterson         1999 – Tyler Brooks
1983 – Brian Goldsworthy    2000 – Mike Sustad
1984 – John Bermel          2001 – Roger Dortch
1965 – Brian Goldsworthy    2002 – Tim White
                            2003 – Kyle Matzen

2003-04 Central College men’s golf roster
Name                  Yr.   Hometown                High school
Russell Allen         Sr.   Wilton, Iowa            Wilton
Ben Biersner          Fr.   Dike, Iowa              Dike-New Hartford
Kevin Clemens         Fr.   Omaha, Neb.             Millard West
Keegan Davis          Fr.   Charles City, Iowa      Charles City
Alvaro De Cosio       Fr.   Pueblo, Mexico          Coyola
Emory Dease           Fr.   Stilwell, Kan.          Blue Valley Northwest
Daniel Delaney        Fr.   Lake Park, Iowa         Harris-Lake Park
Jim Dingeman          Fr.   Pella, Iowa             Pella
Corey Grace           Fr.   Cambridge, Minn.        Cambridge Isanti
**Nick Grossman       Sr.   Carroll, Iowa           Kuemper
John Hall             Jr.   Charles City, Iowa      Charles City
Andy Hartwig          So.   Long Grove, Iowa        North Scott
Ben Hodge             Jr.   Cedar Rapids, Iowa      Cedar Valley Christian
Nick Holm             Fr.   West Union, Iowa        North Fayette
***Blake Jones        Sr.   Manchester, Iowa        West Delaware
Ryan Kinneberg        Jr.   Maxwell, Iowa           Collins-Maxwell
*Andrew Kinney        So.   Lake Villa, Ill.        Antioch
Zach Massey           Fr.   Grand Junction, Colo.   Central
*Kyle Matzen          Sr.   Indianola, Iowa         Indianola
**Patrick Mc Elyea    Sr.   Elmhurst, Ill.          Timothy Christian
Justin Mescher        Sr.   Edgewood, Iowa          Edgewood-Colesburg
Brett Meyer           Fr.   Mendota, Ill.           Mendota Township
Jeff Millet           Fr.   Newton, Iowa            Newton
Josh Noonan           Fr.   Richfield, Minn.        Richfield
**Jeff Osby           Jr.   West Des Moines, Iowa   Valley
**Jake Pearson        Jr.   Cambridge, Minn.        Cambridge-Isanti
Todd Rausch           Sr.   Van Horne, Iowa         Benton
Cole Reiman           Fr.   Carroll, Iowa           Kuemper Catholic
Isaac Rodenberg       Fr.   Elkader, Iowa           Central
Joe Schafer           Sr.   Mt. Ayr                 Mt. Ayr
*Alex Shenfeld        Sr.   Indianola               Indianola
Loren Sherman         Jr.   Lake Mills, Iowa        Lake Mills
Jason Snyder          So.   Brimfield, Ill.         Brimfield
Andrew Toivonen       Sr.   Central City            Central City
Bret Van Riessen      Jr.   Sioux Center, Iowa      Sioux Center
Micah Vermeer         Jr.   Sioux Center, Iowa      Sioux Center
*letters earned




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Outlook
     The Dutch will be in contention not only for another Iowa Conference title but also for one of their highest finishes at
the national level.
     With all five starters returning from last year’s squad, coach Charlie Estabrook feels good about his team’s chances
both in the league and at the national level.
     “We saw some good things out of those five last year,” said Estabrook. “Although at times we weren’t as consistent
as I would have liked, we just have a great group of guys this year and I see big things coming for them.”
     The Dutch won its 25th Iowa Conference championship and finished 11th at the NCAA Div. III national tournament. A
powerhouse in the conference for the past two decades, Central has won 25 of the last 28 league championships. The
Dutch are also looking for their 10th top-10 national team finish this season. Estabrook, in his seventh season, thinks this
team has the potential to have the school’s best showing at the national meet. The Dutch placed fifth in 1985, but
Estabrook has high hopes for this crew.
     “I think we’ll be able to finish in the top-10,” Estabrook said. “We’re really even capable of hanging with the top five in
the nation if we play up to our potential. If we learn to play more consistently, we’ll be right there.”
     Central ended the fall season with a strong sixth place finish at the Wilscon/Gordin Collegiate Div. III Classic, a
tournament that features the top finishers in last season’s NCAA tourney. Central enters the spring season rated 11th in
Div. III.
     Central’s top five returning players from last year’s conference and national lineup are comprised of seniors Kyle
Matzen, Patrick McElyea and Alex Schenfeld, and juniors Nick Grossman and Jake Pearson. Matzen and Grossman were
members of the all-conference team last season and Pearson was named to the PING GCAA all-Central region team.
McElyea earned a spot on the Cleveland Golf All-America Scholar squad.
     “Alex had our top scoring average this fall,” Estabrook said. “He worked hard through the summer and stayed focus
last year after not making varsity as a sophomore. It just shows what hard work and dedication can do for you.”
     Estabrook mentioned seniors Matzen and McElyea bring a special aspect to the team. Matzen is full of energy and a
lot of fun to be around while McElyea brings a positive perspective to the unit.
     “This is just a great group of guys and there’s a lot of success headed their way,” he said.
     Those top five will be pushed by junior Jeff Osby.
     “I look for Jeff to step up and make my job difficult,” said Estabrook. “Even though we have a solid group returning,
we also have a lot of depth and there’s a lot of talent on our team this year. A lot. We’ve got some guys working their tails
off.”
     Estabrook said senior Blake Jones is a hard worker for him and also Pearson is working harder than ever.
     “Jake could make some noise this year at the national level,” he said. “He didn’t have a great fall, but I think that has
motivated him to work that much harder so that he will have a good spring.”
     Along with these key players, Estabrook is also excited about six others—all freshmen. Estabrook said the future of
the Dutch team is bright with the six who stood out early this fall. Alvaro De Cosio (Pueblo, Mexico), Corey Grace
(Cambridge, Minn.), Brett Meyer (Mendota, Ill.), Jeff Millet (Newton), Cole Reiman (Carroll) and Isaac Rodenberg
(Elkader) make up the strong group of freshmen.
     “They really stood out this fall and played very well coming into a squad that has seasoned veterans,” said Estabrook.
“Meyer played at a consistent level throughout the fall. I think this is going to be a great group of young players to watch
later on.”
     The Iowa Conference will again push the Dutch and Eastabrook sees this year’s league as a challenge again but feels
that Central should be able to handle league competition.
     “Loras has some great kids, but they’ll need some help from their four and five guys,” Estabrook said.
     Estabrook also noted that if Wartburg plays like they are capable, they could be tough.
     “Wartburg will be able to make some noise this year in the conference,” said Estabrook. “I also think that Coe has
some pretty good individuals and are capable to compete for the conference title.”
     Estabrook also said that Simpson is probably one of the most feared opponents with the league’s MVP returning.
     “They have one of the top guys in the conference and also have a couple of other good players,” he said. “And,
they’ve got a coach who is working hard to improve the program and I see them as a threat.”




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