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    Cindy Bonham
    Sport: Softball, 1988-91
    Now: Captain, Charlotte Fire Department ...Charlotte, N.C. ... cbonham@ci.charlotte.nc.us
    Favorite Memory: Riding in the "cool van"....our awesome junior year, winning USC's tourney....playing Georgia Tech at the Furman Tournament at about 1AM, the last of many many many many games that day....beating Florida State....like Courtney, tying Georgia Tech our last game, only remembering it was tied because of the utter downpour and tornado-like weather that occurred.
    Proudest Moment: Graduating in 4 years, and earning a Master's degree 2 years later.


    Ronnie Robinson (Basketball, 1963-65) Owner, The Wheelchair Man, Inc. ... Stanley, N.C. ... Wife Betsy; Daughter Paige, son Kyle and 4 grandchildren ...
    Favorite Memory: Winning the first Conference Championship in school history in 1965 in the Dixie Conference. We beat teams like Guilford, Belmont Abbey, Asheville-Biltmore, etc.
    Proudest Moment: Winning the Southern Senior Tennis Championship last year in the 60 and over men's singles.

    Larry McAfee (Cross-country and track, 1966-69) Retired from Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools. Currently teaching chemistry part-time at East Mecklenburg H.S. ... Charlotte, N.C. ... Married for 29 years to wife, Donna, Daughters Joy and Hope.
    Favorite Memory:I had several: Being part of the first freshman and 4 year graduating class at UNCC.
    Being a member of the first cross country and track teams at UNCC. Winning the 880 yd run at the DIAC Conference Meet three years (1967,68, & 69) and being one of the first ever Conference Champions in UNCC history (along with John Lafferty - 440 yd dash and Ben Bassinger - Triple Jump). Spending the summer building the cross country course at UNCC along with (Mike Ridge, Bill Lynch, Eddie Frias, Ed Echeverria, and coach Paul Fleming). The course was the site of the first ever athletic contest in any sport held on the UNCC campus.
    Proudest Moment: As when I was a student-athlete at UNCC, I have been fortunate enough to have several proud moments. Included in these are: Designing and building the national award winning cross country trail at McAlpine Creek Park [annual site of the Wendy's Cross Country Invitational, North Carolina High School State Championships, and the Foot Locker South Regional Championship (one of 4 qualifying races in the US for the National High School Cross Country Championships)].
    Coaching 7 State Championship Teams at East Mecklenburg High School which includes winning the first NCHSAA State Track and Field Championships held at UNCC in 1997.
    Coaching Joan Nesbit in high school...she later went on to be MVP in the ACC Track & Field Championships, win several National Cross Country titles, coach cross country at UNC, qualify for 5 US Olympic Trials and make the US Olympic Team at 10,000 meters in 1996. Watching her compete in the Olympics was a thrill beyond description!
    Being named Chemistry Teacher of the Year in 1992-93 by Ciba Chemical and the North Carolina State University School of Textiles.



    Jerry Boggs (Men's Basketball, 1971-72) Teacher-Coach, Leon County Schools ... Tallahassee, Fla. ... daughters, Summer, Shaunna and Samantha.
    FavoriteMemory : The first road trip ever under Coach Foster...we beat Middle Tennessee and Austin Peay on the road as 30 point underdogs --- found out Coach was colorblind as we went thru a red light. Very fond memories of places called Herlocker's and Gus's 49er!!!!!!!!!!!
    ProudestMoment :
    1. Graduating on time (I thought you were supposed to)
    2. Coaching a state championship team

    Bob Fogleman (Men's basketball manager, 1976-77) Supervisor - Airport Services, Delta Air Lines ... Mechancsville, Va. ... Wife, Rhonda, Daughters, Kelly, Andrea, Rachel; Sons, Steven, Michael, Daniel
    Favorite Memory: 1977 Mideast Regional at Lexington, Ky. - we were heavy underdogs against Syracuse and Michigan and beat both of them to go to the Final Four in Atlanta (Michigan was ranked number 1 when we beat them). Also, Coach Lee Rose was a class act.
    ProudestMoment : My wife gave birth to quadruplets (2 boys, 2 girls) on July 29, 1990...this has to be the proudest moment. Otherwise, my proudest moments were graduating from UNCC with Honors in 1979 and being hired by Delta Air Lines, also in 1979.

    Geoff Bommer (Men's basketball, 1972-75) President, Bommer and Associates, Inc. ... Gahanna, Ohio ... Wife, Kelly, three children: Son, Buck, Twin daughters, Brooke and Blaire.
    Favorite Memory: holding David Thompson (NC State) to 12 points in our first trip to Raleigh. Starting 78 of 79 games during my three years as a 49er. Being elected co-captain my senior year (with George Jackson). Proudest moment: Having three children in our first two years of marriage (First our son then twin daughters a year and 10 days later). Owning my business for 16 years.

    Charlie Frederick (Basketball Radio Announcer) A 1974 graduate, Charlie is the executive sports producer at WBTV, Charlotte's CBS affiliate.

    Charlie Webber (Basketball, 1971) Director of Human Resources, City of Shelby ... Shelby, N.C. ... Wife, Audrey; Children, Derrick; LaKeisha; Faith; Adam
    Favorite Memory: Travelling to such sites as Clemson and Furman and seeing such stars as Barry Parkhill (Virginia). As a walk-on, being able to play against Spartanburg Junior College and score a total of 11 points. In addition, there were two other Charles on the freshman BB team: (Rick) Dobson and (Lee) Wilson. Finally, being able to play and be a part of the Bill Foster era and to wear a uniform that said "Charlotte".
    Proudest Moment: Returning to campus in 1992 and subsequently graduating with a Master of Public Administration degree, accepting the call of the gospel ministry in 1993 and serving 18 years in the US Army Reserves.

    Sheila Swygert McCoy (Cheerleader, 1975-78) Principle Consultant, The Revere Group ... Married (Ron) with two cats ... Charlotte, N.C. ... smccoy@reveregroup.com
    FavoriteMemory: Being a member of the first co-ed cheerleading squad at UNCC. Attending the NIT games at Madison Square Garden in 1976, and watching our beloved 49ers make it all the way to the finals, and then to the NCAA Final Four in '77. The city of Charlotte was in an absolute uproar over the Niners.

    Reid Schronce (Men's golf, 1974-76) General Manager, Golf Professional, Wilmington Golf Club ... Wilmington, N.C. ... Wife, Eva (Class of '75) and children Ivan, Adam and Emily.
    Favorite Memory: Holed out from the fairway on the 18th hole at Fort Mill Golf Club (for eagle) in my final match, my senior year. My relationship with coach Floyd Kerr.
    Proudest Moment: Being picked by the NCL to work a golf cruise for 24 days in southern Europe, 1998. Seeing Wilmington Golf Club receive national recognition as a classic golf course (designed by Donald Ross, 1925).

    F. C. "Bo" Proctor, Jr. (Men's Soccer, 1976-77) President, Proctor Services, Inc. ... wife, Carolyn and daughters Connie and Nicole ... fproctor@carolina.rr.com
    Favorite Memory: Proud to say that I played on the first varsity team at UNCC. I played on the club team the prior two seasons.
    Proudest Moment: I have two great daughters that are 15 and 19 years old. This past October Carolyn and I celebrated 24 years of marriage. September 1st I started working full time with my own real estate property management firm after working in this field for 22+ years. Also effective October 1st I retired from the United States Marine Corps Reserve after serving 21 years.

    James Cuthbertson, Jr. (Men's Tennis, 1972); Disability Services Coordinator and Men's and Women's Tennis Coach; Johnson C. Smith University ... Charlotte, N.C. ... jcuthbertson@jcsu.edu

    Favorite Memory: Playing for Coach Joe Kingery at the "new tennis courts" behind the old gym in 1972 and teaming with a teammate to win a three-set doubles match that clinched a win over Greensboro College. In those days, UNCC was in transition from Division III and the NAIA to Division I. Also, winning a letter jacket that I still have in my closet. In addition serving as a varsity cheerleader in my senior year, 1971-1972.
    Proudest Moment: Winning five straight Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association (CIAA) Tennis Championships as men's tennis coach at Johnson C. Smith in 1999,2000,2001 2002 and 2003. Finished second in the first year of the conference's women's championship in 2002. Led Golden Bulls men's team to NCAA Mid Atlantic Regionals in 2002 and 2003. Also being named Coach of the Year in the CIAA in Men's tennis in 1999,2000, 2002 and 2003.


    Jim Bretz (Baseball, 1982-86) Northeast Area Scouting Supervisor, San Diego Padres Baseball Club ... Windsor, CT ... wife, Lisa, Daughter, Gina
    Favorite Memory: Getting the chance to work and play every day with the staff and teammates at UNC Charlotte. UNCC gave me the start in baseball that I still enjoy today.
    Proudest Moment: Besides the birth of my first child and my wedding day, coming back to UNCC as a coach and a scout excites me. I am also happy to see the improvement in the facilities and the pride that the players and fans still have, the same pride that I had when I put on my jersey every day as a 49er. Also, winning the 1984 Eric Barrett Award made me proud because it was presented by the team, the people who meant the most to me.

    Fieldin Culbreth (Baseball, 1984-86) Umpire, Major League Baseball ... Inman, S.C. ... Wife, Claire and son, Fieldin IV ...
    Favorite Memory: My memories are too many to name so I will just say that from Coach Robinson and Coach Pope on down to the teammates that I walked on the field with are people that I will never forget. We played because we loved the game and our University.
    Proudest Moment: Along with the birth of my child and my marriage, the proudest moment would have to be walking on a Major League Baseball field to umpire my first game.

    Joe Ganote (Baseball, 1989-90) Detective Narcotics/Violent Crimes Division ... New Orleans, La. ... Wife, Melissa, Son, Jacob
    Favorite Memory: Playing with 25 guys who poured their heart and soul into the game. Field Culbreth said it best, "Because we loved the game and our university."
    Proudest Moment: There are a few. Becoming a father and realizing I am becoming just like my Dad. Risking your own life to save another human being. Living the childhood dream of playing professional baseball.

    Mike Harrison (Baseball, 1981-84) Facilities Manager; Rack Room Shoes, Inc. ... Salisbury, N.C. ... Wife, Lori and daughter, Courtney ...
    Favorite memory: My favorite memory was hanging out with my teammates and the road trips. I remember when our bus broke down on the way to South Florida for the Sun Belt Tournament and we had to rent cars and drive ourselves to Tampa in order to make it to the tournament on time (I think this was before the invention of the airplane)! The one thing that I'll never forget is all the running that Coach Robinson made us do. I sure don't miss that...but I'll never forget it either. I'm proud to say that I was a part of the 49er athletic program. It was a great time!!
    Proudest moment: My proudest moments since my days as a 49er are getting married and having a daughter.

    Jeff Johnson (Baseball, 1985-88) NC Regional Manager, Atlantic Equity Mortgage ... Matthews, N.C. ... Wife, Deirdre, Daughter Jaden Mackenzie ...
    Favorite Memory: Striking out 7 of 9 pitching in my last game ever in the 1988 Conference Tourney for the Program I helped put on the map. Watching all the players that have come since and knowing they have no idea who came before them.
    Proudest Moment: My first Major League win against the Blue Jays. Back-to-back scoreless starts in Oakland and Anaheim. Watching my daughter grow up.

    Ralph LaRosa (Baseball, 1983) General Manager, Owens & Minor ... Has a wife and two stepsons.
    Favorite Memory: The camaraderie of teamwork.
    Proudest Moment: Coaching high school and American Legion Baseball.

    Don Poplin (Baseball, 1986-89) Working with the Cleveland Indians ... Wife, Teresa and sons Chase and Alex. Favorite memory: Pitching at Florida State against Deion Sanders

    Bronce Pesterfield (Baseball, 1986-1989) President ; Pesterfield, P.A ... Asheville, NC ... Wife, Lynne and daughters, Olivia and Ashton ... bronce@pcels.com
    Favorite Memory: Playing the greatest games on earth with some of the best guys you would ever want to meet. We picked each other up, we pushed each other a step further, we were friends and team mates (Would love to hear from you guys). Other great memories are long van rides, endless games of Spades and Capucchi, ganging up on Robinson, roadtrip to Daytona.
    Proudest Moment: Starting my firm and working my rear off to make it succeed.

    Chris Reynolds (Baseball, 1985-89) Sergeant, Gaston County Police Dep't ... Cherryville, N.C. ... Wife, Erika; Daughter, Blaire, Son, Wesley ... ejfcr@aol.com
    Favorite Memory: The long road trips, standing in line to get meal money, and coming in relief at Clemson University with the bases loaded and striking out the side. Proudest Moment: Earning the team's 1989 Eric Barrett Award.

    Jason Stanford (Baseball, 1998-99) Pitcher, Cleveland Indians Organization ... Tucson, Ariz. ...
    Favorite Memory: Watching the NCAA selection show with my teammates and seeing us selected to go to College Station, TX. Traveling all over the east coast and meeting some great guys that will be my friends for life.
    Proudest Moment: Continuing my dream with baseball and being named Minor League Pitcher of the Year in 2000 for the Cleveland Indians in my first year in Pro ball. Currently in AAA for the Indians.

    Tolonda Rose (women's basketball 1985-89, assistant coach 1994-01) recently accepted the position of assistant coach at Winthrop in Rock Hill, N.C.

    Arthur Cantu (Cross Country/Track, 1987-89) Self-employed consultant ... married with a daughter ... Smyrna, Ga. ... cantua@bellsouth.net
    Favorite Memory: The team winning the Carolina Invitational in 1989, which was my last race.
    Proudest Moment: There are so many, most recently, being elected Deacon at my church.

    David Conen (Cross-country, 1989-90) Manager, International Tax Services, KPMG LLP ... Vancouver, British Clumbia, Canada
    Favorite Memory: Dodging cars while running on narrow roads around the campus at 4 pm in the afternoon when its 90 degrees, road trips, trying to explain to the fellas that NASCAR is not a sport, improving team GPA, talking about Suzy Favor.
    Proudest Moment: Breaking 30 minutes for 10,000m on the track. Travelling to Japan as part of Canadian Men's Road Racing team in 1997. Crushing the CPA exam after studying so hard in preparation for it.

    Seamus Donohoe (Cross-Country and Track, 1989-92) Senior Loan Officer, Capital Mortgage Services ... Austin, Texas ... Wife, Sarah

    Monica Garrett (Women's basketball, 1985-88) Award and Grant Programs Manager, Women's Sports Foundation ... East Meadow, N.Y.

    Barrett Hopper (Men's Cross-Country/Track, 1986-90) Rapid Change Agent, Rapid Change Specialist ... Cincinnati, Ohio ... Wife, Carla ... Rapid_Change@BarrettHopper.com
    Favorite Memory: Meeting a lot of great people and life-long friends to share that chapter of my life with.
    Proudest Moment: I would have to say hosting my first "Barrett Hopper Running, Leadership, and Team Building Retreat" for teenage boys in 2002.

    Steve McCachren (Cross-country and track, 1983-85) Buyer, Athletic Footwear, SageSport ... Shelby, N.C. ... wife, Jenifer
    Favorite Memory: Finishing 4th at the 1983 Sun Belt Championship. We had a young team that year which improved a little every meet. That 83 conference meet marked an upswing in our program.
    Proudest Moment: My marriage to Jenifer this last September.

    Mark Stultz (Cross Country/Track, 1981-82) Technical Manager/Chemist/Purchasing, Synthetics Finishing ... Granite Falls, N.C. ... Wife Robin, son Ryan, stepsons Scott, Taylor and Dillon ...
    Favorite Memory: Wondering if I would ever get through organic, analytical and environmental chemistry. The wild and crazy road trips in Cross-Country. In track breaking two minutes in the 800 meters and running 15:05 in the 5000 meters. Most of all, my most favorite memories are of my professors, classmates and fellow student athletes which gave me a lifetime of laughs and memories I'll cherish forever.
    Proudest Moment: I continued my running endeavors after UNCC. As a member of the American Athletics Racing Team I was able to travel and race extensively up and down the East Coast. I eventually started my own Race Timing Business called Precision Timing.
    My competitive running days are now just fond memories. I still dabble with the race timing as a hobby, it keeps me connected to the sport.
    My most recent fondest moments are my marriage to my wife Robin, my soul mate, and being able to watch my own son Ryan run is a dream come true. His 2:09 800 Meter time indoor as a high school freshman is impressive in his first year of competitive running. Maybe we have a future 2nd generation 49er in the making.

    Jeff Taylor (Men's Cross Country, 1981-82) Principal, H.M. Arndt Middle School; Catawba County Schools ... Wife, Valerie and Daughters Erin and Anna ... Hickory, N.C. ... jefftay@charter.net
    Favorite Memory: Roadtripping to the 1982 Sun Belt Championship at South Florida. We finished third, which at the time was the highest finish in conference competition. David Hall was in his second season and had begun to bring our program to a higher level.
    Proudest Moment : Other than my marriage and the birth of my children my work with the mens track and field and cross country teams at Bunker Hill H.S. We won a combined 20 conference titles, three regional championships, three state runner up finishes and the 1990 state 1A/2A cross country title in 15 years.

    Jim Williams (Cross Country, 1980-81) Sr. Systems Analyst/Programmer, Wachovia Bank ... Married with two children ... Lexington, N.C. ... junkmail@triad.rr.com
    Favorite Memory: The nutty things we guys used to do on the weekends.
    Proudest Moment: The day my son told me he wanted to run Cross Country.


    Gregg Cox (Golf, 1979-83) Greensboro, N.C. ...
    Favorite Memory: Traveling to the golf tournaments with my teammates. The wonderful words that coach Floyd Kerr said about me at the awards banquet my senior year. I hope he is doing well!!
    Proudest Moment: Being selected to represent the United States in the 1991 International Team matches in South America. Being selected to the Carolinas Team in the Carolinas vs Virgina team matches

    Larry Griffin, Jr. (Golf, 1980-84) Vice President, Griffin Brothers Tires, Wheel & Auto Repair ... Wife, Ginger and children Leah, Blair, Haley and Trey ... Cornelius, N.C. ... jr@griffinbrothers.com
    Favorite Memory: The relationships made with teammates, coaches & members of the Athletic Department. The good times we had traveling to tournaments and playing. Playing golf with Davis Love III for two days, his first college tournament, my junior year. (He won the tournament)
    ProudestMoment: Graduating with a degree in Business Administration, growing a family business and raising my family.

    Rick Riera-Gomez (Men's Soccer, 1986-90) Diving Safety Officer; University of Miami ... Coral Gables, Fla. ... Wife, Betsy and son, Trey ... rgomez@rsmas.miami.edu
    Favorite memory: The people I met and the friends I made.

    Jeff Paciolla (Men's Soccer, 1985-89) Manager of Network Systems; ACS, Inc. ... Wife, Christine, daughter, Tyler and Son, Kegan ... jpaciolla@carolina.rr.com.
    Favorite memory: My favorite memory would have to be the great friends I made both in and out of the Athletic Department, and beating Chapel Hill my Senior year.

    Cindy Bonham (Softball, 1988-91) ... Captain, Charlotte Fire Department ...Charlotte, N.C. ... cbonham@ci.charlotte.nc.us
    Favorite Memory: Riding in the "cool van"....our awesome junior year, winning USC's tourney....playing Georgia Tech at the Furman Tournament at about 1AM, the last of many many many many games that day....beating Florida State....like Courtney, tying Georgia Tech our last game, only remembering it was tied because of the utter downpour and tornado-like weather that occurred.
    Proudest Moment: Graduating in 4 years, and earning a Master's degree 2 years later.

    Jeff Fitch (Men's swimming, 1987-88) Technical Services Manager, Western Canada, Caterpillar, Inc. ... Calgary, Alberta, Canada ... Wife, Cheryl and sons Andrew and Ryan.
    Favorite Memory: Emory University Championship meet. Both the men's and women's teams rewrote the UNCC swimming record book during the meet. Plus, both teams finished with more wins than the men's basketball team.
    Proudest Moment: Taking our 2 1/2 year old son to swimming class and having the instructor tell us he is a natural swimmer.

    Karen Carlson Larsen (Women's swimming, 1986-89) Karen and her husband, Jim, announced the birth of their daughter, Sinclair May. Sinclair has a sister, Olivia .. Charlotte, N.C.

    Lesa Hand (Swimming, 1986-90) Advertising Manager, BellSouth Advertising ... Atlanta, Ga. ...
    ProudestMoment : Winning my Division Championship in the Women's Singles K-Swiss Tennis League.

    Brian Hester (Men's Swimming, 1986-87) Art Teacher, Charlotte Mecklenburg School System .... Charlotte, N.C. .... Wife, Michelle Newnam (former swimmer); Daughter, Kaytlin; Sons, Mason, Max
    Favorite Memory: My freshman year 1987, beating Wilmington and East Carolina at home. Something that the swim program had not done. Making some incredible friends on the team and kicking various Fraternity's asses in intramural softball and waterpolo. What a Blast!!!!!!
    Proudest Moment: Mentoring and working with Jobey Thomas as a Junior and Senior at Independence High School (1996-1998). Mentoring, teaching and developing the young Art Student Andy Thomas, (Jobey's younger brother). Andy now attends UNCC as an Art Major and is one of the most gifted art students UNCC has ever had and I have ever worked with.

    Kirby Overcash (Men's Swimming; 49ers Mascot, 1988) Executive Director, Crossroads Ministry ... Charlotte, N.C. ... overcash@jps.net
    Favorite Memory: The old saying..."Nothing could be finer than to be a 49er." wasn't fully realized until Jeff Mullins, former NBA player for the Golden State Warriors of California, became the new Athletic Director and Men's Basketball Head Coach at UNCC in the mid 1980's. He brought the "New Attitude" motto that not only spread a revival of team spirit and pride among the athletic teams but also across the entire student body. I wanted to be a part of Coach Mullins' team but I couldn't shoot a free throw if my life depended on it. Then an opportunity presented itself when his wife became the supervising coach of the cheerleading squad. I went to the try-outs and was selected to be on the squad. Then an injury during pre-season practice that resulted in a broken hand eventually sidelined me from cheerleading after the first few games of the season. The most exciting opportunity was yet to present itself. During my "red-shirt" time on the squad Mrs. Mullins approached me to consider becoming the 49er mascot. A very expensive and "heavy" caricature head of the 49er was in development. From that time in 1985 until 1988 I enjoyed the life of anonymity as the 49er mascot. Taking pictures with and passing out candy to children along with playing mascot tricks on my friends and fellow students were some of the best things about being the mascot. In 1986 I joined the varsity swim team after being encouraged by my friends to try-out. In the spirit of the "New Attitude" head coach Steve Billings of the swimming and diving team didn't cut me from the team even though I had no prior competitive swimming experience. His belief and willingness to coach me to reach my potential to become a competitive swimmer was life changing for me. A few years later I began competing in triathlons. The camaraderie of the team was outstanding. We functioned more like a close family than a bunch of students participating on a sports team. Having the privilege to be the 49er Mascot and compete on the varsity swim team was the paramount of my 49er experiences. Having recently returned to Charlotte after 11 years in California I am very proud to see that Judy Rose, successor to Jeff Mullins, has not only continued the "New Attitude" spirit in 49er athletics but has taken the 49er athletic experience to greater heights. Congratulations and blessings to the 49ers of the new millenium! It's good to be home again!
    Proudest Moment: I have spent the last 11 years living in the San Francisco Bay area, namely Marin and Sonoma counties. Seven of those years were spent in the software industry working for Autodesk, Inc. and Mindscape, Inc. Then I took a leap of faith and a 60% cut in pay to begin my life's work as an educator of people both great and small. My last four years in California were spent as a member of the North Bay Christian Academy (NBCA) academic, administration, and athletics staff. One thing about working at a private school, especially the smaller ones, you get to wear many hats whether you want to or not. My academic and athletic experiences at UNCC more than prepared me for this adventure. I have taught high school Biology, Chemistry, Physics, PE, and Spanish. In addition I have taught junior high Science, Math, PE, and elementary Science and PE. I have coached the junior high cross-country, volleyball, and track & field teams. I left NBCA as an instructor, coach, athletic director, and assistant administrator. The sacrifices were worth making simply knowing that I had the privilege of making a positive impact on the future of tomorrows leaders, heroes, and champions!

    Michelle Schouten Plunkett (Swimming, 1985-89) Estee Lauder ... Husband, Mark, Daughter, Danielle

    Rob Stewart (Swimming, 1984-88) Sr. Programmer/Analyst, Yale Security, Inc. ... Wife, Jeana and Sons Ryan and Landon ... Wesley Chapel, N.C. ... all4stewarts@netzero.com
    Favorite Memory: How do you pick a single favorite memory from four years of awesome fun. This was more than a group of men/women that formed a team, this was a family, with Coach Billings as a surrogate father to all of us.... One outstanding memory that I have is the week after Christmas, 1987 that we spent in the Cayman Islands. What better place could there be to bring in the new year? Thanks to my fellow teammate, Kirby Overcash for helping me get there.... My senior year was quite memorable also... that is the year that the outstanding freshman class arrived. Wow!!!, they were good. A great bunch of guys and girls that all fit in like it was exactly where they belonged.
    Proudest Moment: The births of my 2 boys... and then at the pool last summer, when my two-year old went under water "all by himself" as he liked to tell me...over and over again...

    Nick Farinella (Men's Tennis, 1983-84) Owner, Century 21 Camelot Realty ... Brevard County, Fla. ... married ... farinella@mindspring.com
    Favorite Memory: I would have to say it was the time we all (Edwin Caldwell, Todd Stewart,Tim Melton, my doubles partner Bill Holden and more) went up to Appalachian State and we played it seemed in front of the whole school and we went out of there with a big win.
    Proudest Moment: Opening up my third Real Estate office here in Brevard County, Florida

    Jasper Hulsebosch (Men's Tennis, 1988-99) Student law at Amsterdam ...
    Favorite Memory: The trips we made in the vans. Going to Florida to play the Conference USA Championships ... Now being proud of the results the men's tennis team have made, keep up the good work!!

    Stan Cocke (Men's Tennis, 1988-92) Energy Trader, PacifiCorp ... Portland, Ore. ... wife, Heather
    Favorite Memory: Being a student athelete. I really enjoyed being part of a team, traveling with teammates, and playing for coach Don Cline and John Gandar.
    Proudest Moment: Graduatingin 4 years, and earning a Master's degree 2 years later.

    Sheri Hall (Volleyball, 1985-89) Program manager, Boston University ... Sandwich, Mass. ... Husband, Heinz Proft and daughter, Sierra ...
    Favorite Memory: Road trips to and from the various matches and experiencing a new campus - we had a blast each and every time (except when Becky would throw her clipboard and embarrass us during the game)! I made some great friends during that time and I'm pleased to say I still have contact with some of them. Some of the best moments were watching the players that didn't get much playing time kick butt and really rise to the occasion when we needed them, having that "perfect" set, and connecting with Constance Watt for an amazing kill - ahhh, those were the days!:) And we all have to love Grady's - well, some of us more than others!
    Proudest Moment: Going to work on a small island in the Caribbean by myself shortly after graduating. Overcoming the growing pains of a young team (1985 volleyball) and sticking it out for the long term gave us all a sense of confidence that carried over into our everyday lives. I never questioned whether or not I could do it, if there were adverse situations, as there usually are in one way or another (especially on a remote island), I knew I could find a positive outcome and benefit from the experience. I ended up staying for 4 years and it was the best, and proudest, period of my life (aside from the birth of my daughter!).

    Krista (Doescher) Long (Volleyball, 1986-90) Division President, Beazer Homes ... Fort Mill, S.C. ... husband, Mike, sons Ryan and Kyle ... klong@beazer.com
    Favorite Memory: There are so many great memories - the incredible people, all with such different backgrounds, that made up our team... the team unity that came out of those crazy pre season practices - remember not being able to sit down?!; traveling all over the South in a van and I never had a clue as to where we were! But one of the best moments was beating Clemson!!
    Proudest Moment: I would have to say that watching my son hit his first homerun in Little League and seeing his excitement was an incredible moment.


    Frank James Anderson III (Jimmy) (Baseball, 1993-97) ... Systems Engineer (Civilian), The U.S. Air Force in Washington, D.C. ... wife, Loraine and daughter Kayla Vashea ... Brandywine, Md. ... frank.anderson@bolling.af.mil
    Favorite Memory: Winning conference championships in 94'-95'. Going Yard w/ 4 RBI's in Win against #7 Tennessee. The thrill of competition. Friendships that were made.
    Proudest Moment: I am proud of getting my degree. I am proud of getting married and having a family. I am also proud of my growing career in the world of Technology.

    Steve Ball (Baseball, 1992-94) Sales Representative, Mulvaney Homes ... Charlotte, N.C. ... Wife, Tina; Daughters, Meg and Lauren ... s.ball@mulvaneyhomesinc.com
    Favorite Memory: Getting to the game against top-five ranked South Carolina in the third inning because of my brother's wedding rehearsal, and getting in the game in the 4th. Pitched to the ninth, striking out nine and then jeff myers came in, threw one pitch, and got the win.
    Proudest Moment: Having a successful career, after swithching majors 4 times, and my beautiful family.

    Tim Collie (Baseball, 1992-95) District Sales Manager, Stone Construction Equipment ... Fort Mill, S.C. ... Wife Camille; Daughters Lauren 4; Meredith 2 ...
    Favorite Memory : breaking almost every school pitching record, playing on the first 49er baseball NCAA tourney team, winning multiple Metro Conference championships, Bourbon St, A TOWN, watching the volleyball team workout, the Pteradactyl, I could go on forever...
    Proudest Moment: Aside from my marriage and 2 children, the proudest moment since college would probably be my professional baseball experiences, and my current job as a district sales manager.

    Mickey Curry (Baseball, 1989-92) Account Manager, Cisco Systems ... Garner, N.C.
    Favorite Memory: Hanging out with teammates and friends.

    Kris Gresham (Baseball, 1998-01) Vice President of Sales, Burlan Corp ... wife, Debbie and sons Hayden and Tanner with a daughter on the way ... Charlotte, N.C. ... kgresham@burlan.com
    FavoriteMemory: The bench clearing brawls we had at our own practices. Trips in the van. Listening to Robinson tell everyone they were the worst player he has ever seen but yet he recruited them all.
    ProudestMoment: Knowing that my father was in the stands when I hit my first homerun in professional baseball.

    Jeff Edmonds (baseball assistant coach 1990-91, head coach 1992) works for Farm Bureau Insurance Companies as an agent. He, his wife, Deanna and Baby daughter, Callie, reside in Dobson, N.C. Deanna, had twin boys (Brady and Jacob), June 11, 2004.

    Eric Little (Baseball, 1991-94) General Manager, Phil Jackson Auto Sales ... Wife, Toni, Son, Braden
    Favorite Memory: Making a head first diving catch to kill a Tulane rally with the bases loaded en route to our first-ever conference championship. I must have missed that ball by a foot, but the umpire was gracious enough not to see it that way. Also, not playing on Senior Day was a good memory. It made me realize that if I couldn't play on Senior Day, I probably wouldn't have to worry about getting drafted.
    Proudest Moment: The birth of our son, Braden Austin on May 17, 1999 ... the day I married Toni ... the day my Dad was chosen to be manager of the Boston Red Sox (Grady Little, named manager at the beginning of this season).

    Mike Lovelace (Baseball, 1992-95) Married Penny Hamm ... Advance, N.C.

    Jay Matthews (Assistant Baseball Coach, 1989-98) Professional Baseball Scout, Colorado Rockies Baseball Club ... Charlotte, N.C.
    Favorite Memory: Having a chance to come back to my hometown after 71/2 years at UNC Chapel Hill and help build the baseball program here in Charlotte. The opportunity to work with great people here at Charlotte. Being a part of that 1998 team that won 40 games.

    Andy Bovender (Baseball, 1992-95) Promoted at Allen Tate Co. ... Fort Mill, S.C.

    Mark Nieters (Baseball, 1989-91) Senior consultant, Sunrise Technologies ... Clemmons, N.C. ... married to former Barbara Webb (Women's basketball, 1988-92) with two daughters: Cameron and Danielle.
    Favorite Memory: Screwing around with teammates on and off the field. The sense of closeness that is developed among athletes that spend so much time together is indescribable and can't be duplicated.
    Proudest Moment: Besides my daughters' births and watching them grow up, I guess it would be that I am able to say that I was once a student-athlete at UNC Charlotte.

    Allen Plaster (Baseball, 1988-91) Teacher, Winston-Salem Forsyth County Schools ... Kernersville, N.C. ...
    Favorite Memory: All the time spent with the other players and coaches. From the lowest points to the highest achievements. Just having the chance to do what you love (play baseball) at such a good university and in a great city.
    Proudest Moment: Recieving my degree in education and being able to coach high school baseball and give some of my baseball knowledge to the youth.

    Shane Pressley (Baseball, 1992-94) Mortgage Broker, First Summit Mortgage Corporation ... Greenville, S.C. ... Family: Ron, Doris and Travis ...
    Favorite Memory: The incredible friendships I made and the lasting memories that came from them. Also, living in #669 at Alexander town with E.Little, Chris Helms, Shelton and Hoov. I can honestly say, not a day goes by that a great thought from UNCC doesn't enter my mind.
    Proudest Moment: Getting to play my senior season of baseball with my younger brother at Appalachian State University. Receiving my diploma after years of hard work and dedication.

    Kelly Skeens (Baseball , 1992-95) Regional Sales Manager for Dana Corp, San Antonio, Texas.
    Favorite Memory: Winning the conference title in 1993. Receiving that first championship ring in 49er baseball history. But above all, the competitive nature day in and day out.

    Darren "Vaz" Vasquetelles (Baseball, 1988-92) Special Agent, United States Customs Service ... Charlotte, N.C. ... wife, the former Dee Dee Lunsford (Cheerleader) Favotite memory: All those countless hours of playing spades on those long bus rides, First baseman Rob Price taking throws off his chest during infield practice, having nine other players from Puerto Rico on the team at one time, Gary Robinson's Hell Week in the fall. Hitting for the cycle (Grand Slam included) against those hater Tar Heels my senior year, signing with the Braves along with teammate Cameron Browder, being around when those pine trees behind the wall were not tall, getting my degree and playing alongside such great competitors as Mickey Curry, Chris "Sleepy" Marien, Cam Browder, Donnie Poplin, Chris Haney, Donovan Mitchell, Allen Plaster, Mark "Guido" Nieters, Armando Rios, Sean Whiteside, Tim Collie, Kelly Skeens, Andy Bovender, Calvin Smith, Ray Hughes, Rob Price, Joe Ganote and so many others.
    Proudest Moment: Becoming a Special Agent with the U.S. Customs Service and being able to return to Charlotte to enjoy this wonderful city.

    Julia Burton (Women's basketball, 1989-93) ... Husband, Chris, with a daughter
    Proudest Moment: Getting married to my best friend, Chris

    Charlita Davis (women's basketball, 1989-93) Claims Case Manager, Liberty Mutual ... Charlotte, N.C. ... daughter, Aysa
    Favorite Memory: Receiving my 1000th-point basketball. Thanks for the fun Coach Baldwin and the entire Athletic staff.
    Proudest Moment: Purchasing my new home in 2002.

    Tammy Gilliam (Women's Basketball, 1989-93) Assistant Basketball Coach, Wofford College ... Zirconia, N.C. ... husband, David ...
    Favorite Memory: Each time I put on that 49er jersey was a very special moment for me. Coach Baldwin -- thanks for a lifetime of memories. I had a blast!
    Proudest Moment: Getting married to David and having the opportunity to do something I love to do -- Coach Basketball.

    Yolanda McArthur, a.k.a. "Gee" (Women's basketball manager, 1993-95) ...Anthropologist ... Winston-Salem, N.C.
    Favorite memories: The road trips, especially to California. Everyone that was there knows why. Also, the friends I met along the way: Charlette, Markita, Julie, some of the guys on the men's team, and last but not least, the Coaching staff: You guys are the best and I will always consider you to be family. Thanks for everything Coach B. and Coach Watson.
    Proudest Moment: Getting saved.

    Jermain Parker (Men's Basketball, 1991-95) Risk Management Analyst, Bank of America ... Wife, Glenda and children Kaissi and Yasmine ... Charlotte, N.C. ... jparker54@carolina.rr.com
    Favorite Memory: Its hard to say there's one single favorite memory with UNCC. They'd have to be broken up into these: my 1st recruiting trip to the campus, my 1st game played after injuring my knee, going to the Big Dance several times, and of course walking across that stage to say that I finally made it through.
    Proudest Moment: On several occasions, I felt so proud to say where I was from and the school I had played for during my tour of Europe playing basketball. I really felt like I help put the 49ers on the map. Go NINERS!!!

    Cross Country
    Carl Hendricks (Cross-Country, Track and Field, 1988-92) Controller, austinloan.com ... austin, Texas ... Wife, Kandis.

    Scott Burnett (Men's golf, 1991-94) Director of Golf, Head Golf Professional, Four Bridges Country Club ... Cincinnati, Ohio ... wife, Dana
    Favorite Memory: Travelling to and from events with our team. We had a great group of guys that made lasting friendships.
    Proudest Moment: Making all-Metro Conference, with my father being there to watch. Becoming a member of the Professional Golfer's Association of America.

    Noah Spencer (Men's Soccer, 1994-95) Sanduski, Ohio
    Favorite Memory: Best memory was, being a soccer player you got all the girls!
    Proudest Moment: I won hula-hoop contest in Miami, and got to compete in the world championship in Hawaii.

    Bret Wyatt (Men's Soccer, 1992-93) married Yolanda Martinez. Sacramento, Calif.

    Nikki Stutts Crooks (Softball 1991-1994) Officer; Char-Meck Police Dept. ... Indian Trail, NC ... Husband, Shawn ... ncrooks@cmpd.org
    Favorite Memory: "with 2 outs bottom of the 9th inning and starting a comeback to beat Wingate. Still having great friendships with my ROOMIES."
    Proudest Moment: "My husband."

    Courtney Hankes McGovern (Softball, 1988-91) Self-employed pitching coach ... husband, Ted; daughter Samantha ...
    Favorite Memory: Last game junior year, Becker called a change-up and we struck her out, it was Karen's last game catching and her last pitch she ever caught! Junior year at South Carolina, we beat them 1-0 at their tournament, Trish scored in 7th inning on a passed ball !!! Senior year, last game of my career, tied GA TECH... riding home on I-95 in the van, looking back there was a rainbow in the sky!!!
    Proudest Moment: Incorporated my business, CHM SOFTBALL CLINICS, INC. watching my pitchers win championships and seeing them pitch with success

    Sheri Dottellis Palomaki (Softball, 1993-94) Marketing Coordinator, Spriggs and Hollingsworth ... Waldorf, Md. ... Husband, Jim Palomaki, son, Ty William
    Favorite Memory: Favorite game memory: Going 8 for 9 against Furman in a double header against their cocky pitcher. Of course, I'll always remember the road trips with the gang, reflections of the games with my two favorite roomies, Mol and Dawn, our team barbeques at Bonnie, Kelly, Nikki and Tonya's place (the hangout), the Halloween party with the baseball team AND the girl with the red lipstick.
    Proudest Moment: Crossing the finish line of the 2000 Athens to Atlanta 86-mile In-Line Skate Challenge. It took 5 months of training and 9:31:16 to do it, but... mission accomplished. That is, of course, in addition to the birth of my son.

    Josh Sugg (Swimming 1989-1992) Help Desk Administrator; Epes Carriers ... Winston-Salem, NC ... Wife, Elizabeth and Daughter, Katie

    Tom Gilley (Tennis, 1990) Owner, Carolina Pools and Spas ... Charlotte, N.C. ... Wife, Michelle, Sons, Creed and Ryan
    Favorite Memory: Making the team as a walk-on.
    Proudest Moment: Opening my business: Carolina Pools and spas on Independence Blvd. ... Shot 79 in Carolinas Amateur Championship Qualifying (Broke 80 and played by the rules)

    Graham Alig (Cross-Country, Track and Field, 1990-93) Biotechnical Legal Assistant, Pennie and Edmonds LLP ... Brooklyn, N.Y. ...
    Favorite Memory: Having the unique opportunity to be coached by my high school coach, Ed Mather, on the collegiate level. Ed retired to become an assistant coach at UNCC after more than twenty years as Head Coach at Bernards High School (NJ). In his HS coaching career he is generally regarded as the best cross country HS coach ever, possi1bly the best HS coach ever (199 straight wins). The consistency of coaching allowed me to easily make the transitions from HS success to collegiate success.
    Proudest Moment: Kicking in the last 100m of the 10,000 to win the 1992 Metro Conference Championship at Tad Gormley Stadium in New Orleans. The best part was that, in the stadium that night were all my teammates and my parents -- both my families.

    Robert Brown (Track and Field, 1992-94) History Teacher, Assistant Football Coach, Track Coach, Crest High School ... Shelby, N.C. ... Wife, Heather
    Favorite Memory: Traveling and competing with a tremendous group of people and coaches. The people I met, places that I saw, and adversity myself and teammates overcame have formed more than one lesson in my classroom. I can honestly say that athletics can be a metaphor for life and have used this analogy extensively.
    Proudest Moment: This one may sound a little corny but it is true. After six years of teaching (mostly successfully) one of my students, who is now a freshman at UNCC, told me that I was the best teacher that she had had. In one moment it made all of the preparation, and low pay, and administrative hassles worth it. I owe it all to the preparation for both teaching and succeeding to UNCC.

    Kevin Hanrahan (Men's track and field, 1995) Mathematics teacher, Sterling High School ... Mt. Laurel, N.J.
    Favorite Memory: I really enjoyed the day that the athletic department sponsored the "come watch me play" outdoor rally with all the teams represented. I thought it was a great way to get to know all the other student-athletes and generate interest in your particular sport. Proudest moment: I have moved to New Jersey after spending three years in Charlotte teaching high school. Upon my return, I was lucky in that there was a teaching position open in the high school from which I graduated. Now, I'm not only teaching in a great school, but I also have a coaching position in both soccer and track.

    Tim Southers (Trainer, 1990) Director of Public/Media Relations, United Speed Alliance Racing ... Williamson, Ga. ... usar@bellsouth.net

    Roslyn Forester Maglione (Volleyball, 1987-90) Police captain; Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department ... Concord, N.C. ... Husband, Danny; Daughter, Megan; son, Tony ...
    Favorite Memory: Making such great friends with the entire team and being exposed to diverse people and cultures. I actually enjoyed the hard work that was required of me and now appreciate the difficult times. I believe my experience at UNCC and with the volleyball team helped to shape the person I am today.
    Proudest Moment: Having the opportunity to help so many different people through my job and being promoted to captain. I am also proud of my training for and completing the 2002 Charlotte Observer Marathon in 4 hours, 2 minutes, and 35 seconds.


    Hunter Coleman (Baseball, 1993-97) General Forecaster Meteorologist; National Weather Service ... Winfield, WV ... Wife, Judy and children, Lainey and Hayes ... colemanh@ezwv.com
    Favorite Memory: I have so many great moments of being a 49er. The best were just being with a group of guys accomplishing our goal of winning on the field. I really enjoyed the road trips too.
    Proudest Moment: Getting married and having two beautiful children, and getting my masters degree from the University of Wyoming.

    Dan Donnick (Baseball 1996-99) is a senior applications developer for Bixler Incorporated in Fairfax, Va.
    Favorite Memory: Going to the NCAA Tournament my junior season and making it to the conference final two of the four years. Roadtrips. Hanging out with all the guys. Walking down Bourbon Street with the team. Intrasquad games.
    Proudest Moment: Graduating with my degree in MIS, and finding a great job.

    Joey Hammond (Baseball, 1996-98) Utility Player (2B, 3B, SS), Baltimore Orioles Organization ... Wife, Rebecca
    Favorite Memory: This submission is from Joey's Nephew, Travis - Alot of the people who played with Joey would remember me as the little bad mouth annoying bat boy that would come every so often. I decided to make this just to let you know where joey is. Some of his memorys are going to the NCAA regionals,intersquad games,and many more that i wouldn't know about.
    Proudest Moment: Joey was married on Dec. 11 1999. His proudest memory would be playin pro ball in his(my) home town of Frederick, Md. Playing in three levels in his first year (rookie,low A, and high A). He and his wife buying their first apartment in NC.

    Chris Junghans (Baseball, 1993-97) Group Sales Manager, Florida Panthers Hockey Club ... Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. ... Wife, Carolina, Daughter, Lia ... junghansc@floridapanthers.com

    Jason Hill (Baseball, 1996-99) Assistant Baseball Coach, Charlotte 49ers ... Charlotte, N.C. ... Wife, Janine and son, Matthew.
    Favorite Memory: Interacting with my teammates, traveling to all the great cities in C-USA, and the 1998 season, when we went to the NCAA regionals.
    Proudest Moment: My proudest moment has been working with this year's(2001-2002) Charlotte Baseball team, and watching their rapid improvement everyday.

    Chris Junghans (Baseball, 1993-97) Financial Sales Manager for SunTrust Banks ... Miramar, Fla. ... married and expecting a child in May 2001.
    Favorite Memory: Winning back-to-back conference championships in 1994 and 1995. Beating Tennessee (#7) in their house in 1995. Running poles in 100 degree heat.

    Kevin Horne (HorneDawg) (Baseball team mananger, 1995-96) Territory manager, Campbell Soup Company ... Mt. Pleasant, S.C.
    Favorite Memory: All the road trips with guys to all the great places. Hanging out on Bourbon Street with all the great guys and experiencing some weird things.
    Proudest Moment: Graduating and getting a good job.

    Johannes "Joe" Lopez (Baseball, 1995-97) Director of Outside Sales, Global Door Controls ... Charlotte, N.C. ... wife, Candice ... jlopez@globaldoor.com
    Favorite Memory : Having the opportunity to compete at this level and being surrounded by great guys; daily.
    ProudestMoment : Married on Nov.11th ... Since then, bought a home and ready for a family soon... Proud to be a 49er.

    James Matan (Baseball, 1996-98) Commercial Real Estate Broker; The Matan Companies ... Kensington, Md. ... Wife, Liz (married, Oct. 19, 2002) ... jmata@mataninc.com
    Favorite memory: Being apart of the 1998 team that won 40 games and making it to the College World Series. Working hour after hour in the batting cage with Shildt and all the boys (Bo, Joey, GP, Haywood, J Hill, etc.) Watching our line-up laugh at opposing pitchers.
    Proudest moment: I am proud of playing 3 years with the Cincinnati Reds and setting the single season home run record my first year. I am very proud of getting married to my girlfriend of 2 years, Liz, as well as buying our first house together.

    John McKay (Baseball, 1997-00) Pitcher, Florida Marlins organization ... Baltimore, Md. ...
    Favorite Memory: Watching the selection show at Sandwich Construction Co. and going to the NCAA Tournament. Watching the hoops team beat Cincy. Making it to the finals of the C-USA Tourney, intrasquad games, getting out of study hall my first year.
    Proudest Moment: Graduating. Getting promoted my first year of pro ball. Graduating. Graduating.

    Nick Rhodes (Baseball 1994-97) is a team leader for American Management Systems in Arlington, Va.
    Favorite Memory: My favorite memories are being associated with a group of guys that became as close to me as brothers for the most important years of my life, and winning two conference championships. The things I learned on and off the field while at Charlotte shaped me into who I am today.
    Proudest Moment: Buying my first house in Arlington, Va.

    Jonathan Kirk (Baseball, 1992-93) Information Technology Director, JM Clipper Corporation ... Nacogdoches, Texas ... Wife, Erin ... jonathan@jmclipper.com
    Favorite Memory: Athens, GA
    Proudest Moment: Athens, GA

    Eric V. Shelton (Baseball, 1993-96) Technical Sales Representative Molding and Extrusion Compounds, CYRO Industries ... Huntersville, N.C. ... married to the former Bonnie Bell (Softball, 1992-95)

    Kirby Southerland (Baseball, 1997-2000) Farming ... LaGrange, N.C. ... wife is the former Dana Vinson (Cheerleader, 1998-2000) ...
    Favorite Memory: Hanging out with the guys, road trips, Bourbon Street!!!
    Proudest Moment: Getting out on my own, marrying Dana .

    Brian VandenHeuvel (Baseball 1993-95) is a stock broker for Morgan Stanley Dean Witter in Scottsdale, Ariz.

    Jason Stanford (Baseball, 1998-99) Major League Pitcher, Cleveland Indians ... Tucson, Ariz. ... jjstanford49@aol.com
    Favorite Memory: Going to the NCAA Central Regional and pitching against Texas A&M. Hanging out with my teammates and keeping touch with them after college.
    Proudest Moment: Getting called up to the Big Leagues last year (2003). Debut was against the Minnesota Twins.

    Brion Treadway (Baseball, 1998-2000) Major League Pitcher; San Francisco Giants ... Hamilton, OH ... wife is former Gold Duster, Julie Goebel ... tway33@hotmail.com
    Favorite Memory: Spending countless hours in gym and running with Jeff Watkinson, Super Bowl soccer parties, Saturdays after fall conditioning, going to the NCAA Regional(1998), Campus Edge and Moore Hall, Goat, and talking trash and backing it up in fall intersquads.
    Proudest Moment: Graduating while pursuing my dream of playing major league baseball.

    Lisa Cacciola (Women's Basketball, 1995-99) Personal Banker; Bank of America ... Tampa, Fla. ... unccwbb1999@aol.com.
    Favorite memory: the fun I had with my teammates while traveling. I will never forget our trip to Germany & Belgium. It was the first time I had ever been out of the country, and probably one of the best trips I had ever taken. I learned alot about those two countries, but I learned even more about my teammates.
    Proudest moment: was being the first person in my family to graduate college. I will never forget the look on my parents' face when I walked across the stage on graduation day. There were many days I thought I would never make it, but I did! None of it would have been possible without the help of my fellow teammates, the coaching & suport staff, & the many friends I made while at UNCC.

    Kelly Chavis (Men's Basketball Team Manager, 1994-96) ... Store Manager for Foot Locker ... Durham, N.C.
    Favorite Memory:My favorite memory has to be the trips to the games, with the NCAA 95 Tournament the one to remember.
    Proudest moment: I would have to say the day I graduated from college.I graduated with honors in Sociology from North Carolina Central in Durham. My experiences at UNCC were the most fun and educational memories of my life. The friends I met in Rod, DeMarco, Jimmy, Raheem, Roy Pino, Andre, Shanderic, Tremaine, Jarvis, coach Watkins, coach Mullins, coach Lutz, coach Billerman are people I will never forget because they made my dream of playing collegiate basketball come true as a manager and for that I will be forever grateful. Thank you, UNCC, for teaching me to grow up and become a man. I only wish I could have graduated as a Forty Niner. Thank you for the memories and education for a lifetime.

    Claire (Mollison) Watson (Women's Basketball, 1996-2000) Husband, Tim; Son, Aaron ... watchic34@hotmail.com
    Favorite Memory: There are so many memories from my four years, beating Alabama; our trip to Germany, but all my fondest memories are from times I spent with my teammates on and off the basketball floor.
    Proudest Moment: Graduation is one of the proudest moments, but the birth of my son in August 2002 is at the top of the list. Tim and I flew to my home in Scotland so my parents could be part of the birth.

    Nikki Richardson-Graves (Women's Basketball, 1995-99) Program Director, Boys and Girls Clubs ... Durham, N.C. ... Husband: Michael Graves ...
    Favorite Memory: My favorite memory as a forty niner was beating #3 Alabama! We worked so hard that game and I believe that success on the basketball court (that particular night) has allowed room for the success that I am having now in life. The one thing that I took from my basketball career is to never give up when things look dim, because a brighter day is soon to come!
    Proudest Moment: My proudest moment has been my marriage to my college sweetheart, Michael Graves and having an opportunity to thank the coaching staff Ed Baldwin, Tolonda Rose, and Ruth Watkins for showing me how to grow as a player and as an idividual. Best wishes to the next generations of lady forty-niners.....Take what you are taught in basketball and apply it to real life, but more importantly WORK HARD AT EVERYTHING YOU DO!

    Tremaine Gardiner (Men's Basketball, 1996-2000) Applications controller, First Union ... Charlotte, N.C. ... flyte40@yahoo.com
    Favorite memory: Among my favorite memories as an athlete, the ones that stick out would be beating #3 Cincinnati and proving it was not a fluke by beating them again en route to our first C-USA tourney championship. I am also very fond of the fact that I actually got to play in the NCAA's in my hometown in front of several family members and friends.
    Proudest Moment: My proudest moment since would have to be playing 1 year of professional basketball in Norway. Fulfilling a dream of travelling aboard before my knees gave out on me.

    Ponce D. James (Men's Basketball, 1994-96) Paralegal, Wiggins and Dana ... Norwalk, Conn. ... Wife is the former Greta Bell (another 49er alum) ...
    Favorite Memory: There where so many great times as a 49er. The accomplishment of helping the team win the last Metro title. And gaining a berth to the NCAA. The road trips, the laughs the cries all will be with me the rest of my life. The program really was close knit. I can say that all of my former teammates were like a brothers to me. Shanderic, Rod, Dre, DeMarco, Quincy, Roy, Pino, Jarvis, Bobby K, and my boys Rob Price, Kelly, Joe -- team managers that kept us with laughs. Can't forget my coaching staff, Mark C, and all the members of the womens basketball team that I became friends with. And the ones I didn't, you were great to. May God bless.
    Proudest Moment: Also I have several proud moments since graduation. First of all I found a relationship with God, which I did not have during my playing days. I got married in 1997 to Greta Bell. I played professionaly overseas, and in the CBA for a total of four years. Basketball brought me to several countries across the globe. I have met prestigous people from all aspects of life. I started a company called James Vending which, I partly operate. Vending machines are on locations in companies in New York and Connecticut. Also I am working for a large law firm in Connecticut called Wiggin & Dana. Law school is my next stop, never thought I'd be going back to school.

    Bobby Kummer (Men's Basketball, 1992-96) Assistant Men's Basketball Coach at Texas A&M University ... College Station, Texas ... is married (Nicole)
    Favorite Memory: Playing in the NCAA Tournament and winning the last Metro Conference title.
    Proudest Moment: Graduating and receiving my diploma.

    Alexander Kuehl (Men's Basketball, 1995-97) Professional Basketball Player ... Arvada, Colo. ... Wife, Angela Busch (Volleyball, 1994-98). Child, Alexia Hope, born Aug. 11, 2001 ... thekuehls@aol.com
    FavoriteMemory : First of all, my two years in Charlotte was the best time of my life. I met my wife there, and I also found many very good friends there, who I hopefully will be in touch with forever. My favorite moment as a team is playing in the NCAA Tournament my senior year and beating Georgetown in the first round. My personal favorite moment was the game against George Washington. We won the game and I won my personal battle against their Alexander Koul.
    ProudestMoment : I have just finished my fifth season as a professional basketball player, and every year (all my contracts have been one year deals) it is a great feeling to sign another contract, because that means that all the hard work I've put into it the year before, has paid off again. By the way, Byron Dinkins and I played together this season for B.C. Peristeri in Athens, Greece.

    Carmen Long (Women's Basketball Manager, 1996-2000) is a full-time student pursuing her second degree (Nursing) with plans to graduate in May 2002 and pursue a career in the nursing field in Cardiology and Emergency Medicine ... Charlotte, N.C.
    Favorite Memory: Having a fun time with the basketball team members on the road trips. I traveled with the team for 4 years and enjoyed every last bit of it. Thanks to everyone including Ed Baldwin, Ruth Watson, Tolonda Rose, and anyone else who made this opportunity for me possible. I have enjoyed this athletic program and excited about the things that they have accomplished. I wish the 2001-02 team the best.
    Proudest Moment: My proudest moment for me is graduating from UNCC on May 13, 2000, but for the team's proudest moment was when they beat University of Alabama in 1996, which at that time they were ranked #3.

    Tamika Mackey (Women's Basketball, 1995-99) Professional Basketball Player in Europe with OBBK.

    Bruce Patterson (Men's Basketball, 1995-96) Finance Director; General Motors ... Kansas City, Mo. ... Wife, Dawn and children Tyler and Kennedy ... tyler5@prodigy.net
    Favorite memory: Growing up a responsible and accomplished young man.
    Proudest moment: Marrying my college sweetheart, and building a life grounded in the love of god together.

    Katinka Stecina (Women's Basketball, 1994-98) Ph.D student and assistant women's basketball coach, University of Manitoba ... Winnipeg, Canada ...
    Favorite Memory: At the beginning of every season we had to run the 1 mile under 7 min!! It was fun... always...just like every other moment I spent at UNCC.. Thanks to you Coach Baldwin, Ruth and Tolonda and ALL OF MY TEAMMATES throughout the years, and our support staff including managers, and Tom and Lisa and so on...but most of all to my host-family, the Fields.
    Proudest Moment: Standing hand-in-hand with my parents who just made their first visit ever to the USA and watching my brother receiving his college diploma in Savannah, GA.

    Shemika Turner (Women's basketball, 1996-99) Professional Basketball Player (Europe, Portugal), Clube Portugal Telecom ... College Park, Ga. ... son, Justin.
    Proudest Moment: The day I signed my contract to play professional basketball in Portugal.

    Kedric Smith (Men's Basketball, 1996-2000) Head Boy's Basketball Coach, Bolton High School
    FavoriteMemory: In four years having the chance to play in the post-season four times(3 NCAA and 1 NIT). Winning the C-USA Championship in 1999 and beating Cincy twice that year was fun. All the coaches and teammates who dedicated time, effort,and energy so that our program would be respected yearly on a national level. Getting the chance to play college basketall with my childhood friend Charles Hayward was truly special.
    ProudestMoment : The local kids that I coached this summer (2003) from Alexandria, La are now ranked #6 in the country by USA/Today. Becoming the youngest (4A) High School Head Coach in the state of Louisiana.

    Dana Vinson Southerland (Cheerleading, 1998-2000) Owner, Bridal Shop (Goldsboro, N.C.) ... LaGrange, N.C. ... married to former 49er baseball star Kirby Southerland ...
    Favorite Memory: Our crew at Campus Edge, NCA Nationals, Cincinnati Basketball Games, Conference Tournaments and definetely all of the Baseball games!
    Proudest Moment: My proudest moments would have to be beginning my life with Kirby and buying the Bridal Gallery that I worked in when I was in High School! I am also very proud to keep in touch with the great people I met while being a 49er!!

    Cross Country
    Molly Kerin Kitashima (Cross Country/Track, 1992-96) Accounts Payable Processor, Wellbridge ... Husband, Matt ... mollykerin@yahoo.com.
    Favorite Memory: There are just too many to list! The four years spent at UNCC were some of the best of my life! (:

    Lorin McAllister (Men's Cross-Country and Track and Field, 1997-2001) Financial Litigation Agent; United States Attorney's Office ... lorinmac@hotmail.com.
    Favorite memory: All Conference Athlete, Winning Indoor Track Championship, Going to Junior Nationals, Running twice at Penn Relays

    Dance Team
    Jennifer Cozart (Dance Team, 1994-98) Staff Accountant for Magazines Division, The Hearst Corporation ... Charlotte, N.C. ...
    Favorite Memory: Definitely winning a National Championship my last year on the team and receiving that Championship ring will be something I will carry with me forever. It's an amazing feeling, obtaining a goal as a team ... when you are doing your best not only for yourself, but because you want the person next to you to have that ring more than yourself. There were many life lessons learned from the experience itself...as well as from an amazing coach...and many lasting friendships made along the way. Being a 49er, supporting the basketball teams, and traveling to conference and NCAA tournaments was a great experience.
    Proudest Moment: Graduating and getting a wonderful job here in Charlotte. Also, being Assistant Coach of the Dance team and seeing another talented group of girls succeed in winning another National Championship in 2001.

    Julie (Goebel) Treadway (Dance Team, 1998-2002) Permanent Building Substitute, Hamilton City Schools ... Husband, Brion ... Hamilton, Ohio ... GoebelUNCC@aol.com
    Favorite Memory: My favorite memories of being a Goldduster at UNC-Charlotte were going to the Conference Tournament, NCAA Tournament, winning NDA Nationals and running many, many miles with the girls!!
    Proudest Moment: Marrying Brion Treadway, a former 49er baseball player, and buying our first house together....

    Mark Colone (Sports Information Director, Ass't A.D. for Media Relations, 1979-1998) A 1983 graduate, Mark and his wife Susan had a daughter, Olivia Grace, June 16, 2000. Olivia has a brother, Logan ... Mark is working as Vice President for Signature Sports Group in Charlotte ... Belmont, N.C.

    Blair Angell (Women's soccer, 1994-97) getting MBA at Florida State University ... Charlotte, N.C.
    Favorite Memory: Winning the first C-USA Soccer Championship in 1995. It was 1-0 double OT over Evansville in Cincinnati, Ohio. Snow, underdogs, camaraderie.

    Mikel Bass (Women's Soccer, 1999-2003) Administration, CrossLife Ministries ... Husband, Daniel ... Raleigh, N.C. ... danandmikel@yahoo.com
    Favorite Memory: Getting up really early to run - just kidding...spending time with my friends!
    Proudest Moment: Can it please be marriage? After dating Daniel for six years everyone knew it would happen. Praise the Lord!

    Dana Erato (Women's Soccer, 1994-97) Graduate Assistant, Charlotte 49ers ... pursuing Master's in Instructional Systems Technology ... will graduate in May ... Charlotte, N.C.
    Favorite Memory: I have such wonderful memories as a student-athlete for UNCC. My favorite memories of soccer was definitely the friendships I made from players, coaching staff and the athletic department. Of course the highlight of my career as a soccer player was scoring the game-winning goal in (the championship of) our first Conference USA Tournament -- it's too bad we didn't get a bid to the NCAA Playoffs! I'll never forget all the different, unique and wonderful personalities all the girls possessed and most of all I will never forget the best coach I ever had, Robbie Church.

    Jonathan J. Mabee (Men's Soccer, 1995-99) Financial Advisor, VALIC Financial Advisors ... Schenectady, N.Y.
    Favorite Memory: Going after a dream of being the best college soccer team in the land and coming so close to making it come true. After playing soccer, baseball and basketball since birth I am glad I was able to support my fellow athletes. Freshman year -- our men's team cheering on our women's soccer team to victory one night in Ohio (I think we were the difference). It was tough going to school 800 miles away from loved ones but the people I met at Charlotte have given me some memories I will never forget.
    Proudest Moment: Playing for the Utah Freezz in the World Indoor Soccer League in Salt Lake City, Utah. Playing against the legendary Tatu of the Dallas Sidekicks.

    Julie Miller (Women's Soccer, 1995-98) Analyst; Blue Shield of California ... julie.miller@blueshieldca.com.
    Favorite memory: Pre-season (yah right), summer camp pranks, the Mayor, UTNorth, Colville Crawl, Tony Valentino, "right, right," the Beep Test, Santa, 8AM College Algebra 1st semester freshmn yr (ouch), Eye of the Tiger, small jog, hosting recruits.
    Proudest moment: Beating Marquette in PKs (go Dawn Geyer) to get 1st ever NCAA Tourney bid after 4 longgggggg years... then 1st round to play UNC and... let's just leave it at that.

    Ann Robatin (Women's soccer, track and field, 1994-96) Client Services, Systems and Computer Technology Corp. ... Downingtown, Pa.
    Favorite Memory: I'll never forget all of the opportunities UNCC provided for me. As a walk-on on both the soccer and track teams, I was a humble athlete who simply enjoyed competition and being a part of the team. The people I met through sports at UNCC remain some of my best friends to this day (even cheerleaders -- Damianne!). Thanks to UNCC for so many opportunities to sing the national anthem at basketball games.
    Proudest Moment: Will be graduating from Temple University with a master's in Education and Adult Organizational Development, May, 2001.

    Chris Schmalz (Men's Soccer, 1996-99) Q.A. Engineer for Paytrust.com ... Hightstown, N.J.

    Daniel M. Westwater (Nunes) (Men's Soccer, 1992-94) Global Strategic Account Manager, Memec United LLC ... San Jose, Ca. ... Wife, Lisa and three kids: Taylor, Danielle and Ian ...
    Favorite Memory: North Carolina as a whole. The athletic department and all of the smiles. Winning 2 conference championships and celebrating all night. (Can't do that anymore).
    Proudest Moment: Success at work and the rewards that come with it for my family.

    Stephen Pugliese (Men's Soccer, 1996-2000) High Yield Bond Trader, Goldman Sachs ... New York, N.Y. ... spugliese11@bloomberg.net
    FavoriteMemory: Getting a hug from John Tart after hitting the game-winning goal with one second left in sudden death overtime to beat N.C. State. Wow, what a hug!
    Proudest Moment: Everyday, just making it in an extremely tough industry, while still being able to relax and enjoy all that life has to offer in the city.

    Ashley Kelly (Softball, 1994-98) Teacher; Charlotte-Mecklenburg School System ... Cornelius, N.C. ... ak1niner@hotmail.com
    Favorite memory: Its hard to narrow it down because there are so many! I guess I was always the clown! Hanging out with the baseball team as a freshman and staying in A_town with the girls on the team! Living with Sonya and Tiffany was great. Getting into trouble with Brooks! Any moments we got to hang out as a team was special! We had a great time no matter what! Roadtrips, conditioning, partying, studying...it all was special.
    Proudest moment: I guess I would have to say making it through school and doing what I wanted to do! I am a happy teacher and successful coach to a group of amazing girls! I own a home and that is big for me!

    Sara F. Swilling (Softball, 1997-2000) Sports Information Intern, University of Houston Athletics ... Houston, Texas ...
    Favorite Memory: My favorite memory are the days when the team played ultimate football for conditioning. I used to drop all of the passes, but Girls! I have been practicing. The team I wish to remember is the one from my freshman year(spring 1997) BG, Brooks, Erika, Klinger. Everyone was mature enough to be able to put differences behind them and play the game. There was never a problem that we couldn't conquer as a team. I remember all of us getting together at the end of the year - everyone, freshman through seniors and we all had the best time!
    Proudest Moment: My proudest moment would be my senior year versus Winthrop in the Rock Hill tournament. We were struggling as a team through the third game of the day with one pitcher (Poor Amy Morse and her raw underarms) Everyone was frustrated. At the beginning of the game some frustration was diverted to me. I redirected this energy on Winthrop and Batted a circuit that included a long home run over the center field fence. Some players said that I was done running by the time the ball hit the ground. I was excited I guess!

    Hillary Hollister (women's tennis, 1995-99) Owner, Errands, Etc. ... Charlotte, N.C. ...
    Favorite Memory: Away games and tournaments, having fun with my teammates.
    Proudest Moment: no children or marriage, so probably starting my own business.

    Amy Howie (Women's tennis, 1995-97) E-Commerce Manager, Verbatim Corporation ... Charlotte, N.C.
    Favorite Memory: I had a lot of fun at UNCC. Our team efforts were coupled with university support which helped everyone achieve their dreams both on and off the court. Being a student and athlete at UNCC has instilled school spirit and pride in me for future generations.
    Proudest Moment: Will be when I graduate again, Summer, 2001, with my MBA.

    Aleksandar "Sasha" Parc (Men's Tennis, 1996-2000) Line umpire, ATP Tour.
    Favorite Memory: Of course, the wins over the #1 seed in the C-USA Tournament of 1997 against UAB that got us into the semis. Also I often think back when the men's B-Ball team beat the #3 team in the country the Cincinnati Bearcats.

    Hillary Hollister (women's tennis, 1995-99) Owner, Errands, Etc. ... Charlotte, N.C. ...
    Favorite Memory: Away games and tournaments, having fun with my teammates.
    Proudest Moment: no children or marriage, so probably starting my own business.

    Jan Pollmuller (Tennis, 1996-1999) Assistant; Allianz ... Frankfurt, Germany ...
    Favorite Memory: "Holy moly...it has been a while since I last visited this homepage! Attending UNC Charlotte and playing tennis for the men's tennis team under Coach Boykin for five semesters (1996-1999) was definitely the best thing I have done so far - I think back quite often, especially after starting work in December 2002. Studying and playing tennis was so much more fun! "Tennis-wise", my favorite memory is still our quarter final victory against UAB at the conference tournament in New Orleans - even we sucked in the semis. But most of all I remember all the "9ers" I got to know. Special greeting to my former team mates, Coach Boykin, Coach Gandar and "the ladies from next door". Hope ya'll doing great! THE POLLE"

    Lisa Graft (Women's Tennis, 1994-98) Tennis Pro, Raintree Country Club ... Charlotte, N.C. ... lisagraft@hotmail.com
    Favorite Memory: Just being part of 49er athletics was enough

    Wendy Stephenson (Women's Tennis, 1995-96) Administrative Assistant, Homecomings Financial Network ... Charlotte, N.C. ... wendy.stephenson@hfwholesale.com

    Shelton Harrison (Track and Field, 1995-97) Product Engineer, Solectron Technology ...
    Favorite Memory: My favorite memory as a 49er was when the athletic department showcased all of the student athletes by sport, at Midnight Madness '99.
    Proudest Moment: My proudest moment since was when after 5 1/2 years I finally was the first person in my family to earn a degree from an accredited institution.

    Tonya Chavis (Trainer, 1994-97) Public Health Educator; Mecklenburg County ... Charlotte, N.C. ... lmchavis@hotmail.com
    Favorite memory: Wow! Where do I begin! The trip to Biloxi, Mississippi for the Men's Conference Title was the beginning of many life-long relationships. I had many laughs and wonderful learning experiences with Bret Wood, Royce Kincaid-Martin, Carlton Anderson, Angie Guggino and Matt. Since I was the athletic trainer for the women's basketball and volleyball teams, I have countless memories. I heard everything! I got an ear-full about everything from physical pain to break-ups with boyfriends to school pressures to family issues etc. etc. etc. Travelling with the Women's Basketball team was my favorite time. It taught me how to balance my responsibilities as a student and as a trainer. The bonds that were created during those years with Coach Baldwin, Coach Watson, Coach Rose, Nikki Richardson-Graves, and all the girls still remain. To this day, I still can't eat at Sonny's Barbecue(smile)!
    Proudest Moment: My proudest moment was studing abroad and receiving my Master's Degree in Health Promotion and Kinesiology in 1999.

    Stacie Bratton (Trainer, 1993-98) Surgical Tech, Presbyterian Hospital ... Concord, N.C. ... st23st@yahoo.com
    Favorite Memory: Definitely one my favorite memories was traveling with men's soccer to the Final Four in the NCAA tournament in Richmond, Va. I had a blast with all the teams I traveled with and will never forget the hug I got from a *very* muddy Jimmy "Vicious" after a last second goal to win and propel us to the next game in the NCAA tournament.
    Proudest Moment: recieving my bachelor's degree, FINALLY!

    Erin Eldridge(Volleyball, 1995-98) International Sales Representative for TTI Inc. ... Arlington, Texas. Favorite Memory: The most fond memories that I have of being as athlete are the ones that built life long friendships. The people that I met and the relationships that I built are invaluable, fellow athletes and coaches, trainers, etc. alike. These are the people who helped us get through the tough times, and who made our experience a good one.
    Proudest Moment Since Leaving School: Rather than a proudest moment, I would say that the overall best experience that I have had since I graduated was the year following graduation. I studied abroad in Paris for a year, and I traveled a great deal. This will hopefully open up doors for more travel and potential work overseas in the future.


    Michael Park (Baseball, 2000-01) Community Marketing Coordinator, Charlotte Market; DICK'S Sporting Goods ...Morresville, N.C. ... Wife, Mary
    Favorite Memory: Spending time with the guys, road trips, games at Southern Miss, Memphis in the year 2000, learning from my peers and coaches ... meeting Mary at the Hospital and married three and a half years later ... New Orleans trip and the competition of Division I baseball.
    Proudest Moment: Being able to pitch again afer told by doctors that I would never pitch again after a blood clot in my throwing shoulder in 99. Getting 2 wins in a span of five days, my senior year.

    Men's Basketball
    Johnathan Shaw (Men's Basketball Manager, 1996-2000) Internal Wholesaler/Annuity Sale; Wachovia ... Charlotte, NC ... FiancÃffÃ,© Carmen Long (Women's Basketball Manager 1996-99) ...
    Favorite Memory: "Being a part of 3 NCAA tournament teams in 4 years was amazing. The trips we had to Malibu, CA, San Juan, Puerto Rico, and Hawaii were mind blowing. Thanks for all the fun and the memories. The lifetime relationships I have made during my tenure made it all worth while."
    Proudest Moment: "Along with my fiancÃffÃ,© we are purchasing our first home together. We plan an October 11th, 2003 wedding, and I have to thank the UNC Charlotte Athletic family giving me the opportunity to meet my future wife."

    Rodney White (Men's Basketball, 2001) Detroit Pistons
    Favorite Memory: I would have to say when we won the conference championship and it was more the joy of seeing the crowd and my teammates jumping around dancing and seeing everyone so happy.
    Proudest Moment: Being drafted in the lottery, it was a sigh of relief. I know fans wanted me to stay but when I went high it was something that I felt everyone would understand, and all my life I wanted to take care of my mother and I am able to do that.

    Dance Team
    Shannon (Shea) McMillan (Dance Team) Knicks City Dancer Co-Captain/Team Coordinator ... Jersey City, N.J. ... sheamc@hotmail.com
    Favorite Memory: Where to begin! Winning Nationals as a member and Asst. Coach; traveling with the Basketball team to NCAA and Conference Tournaments to cheer them on!; making friendships that still last today (Cozart, Floyd, Michelle, Kammi, Amanda A., Melissa G., ...everybody!); having the greatest coach/boss/mentor for 6 years who encouraged me to pursue my dancing career!! Thanx VERONICA!!
    Proudest Moment: Graduating with TWO degrees!! Making it on my own in New York!! Being ASKED BACK to the Knicks City Dancers as co-captain and being offered the office position as Team Asst. Coordinator. Staying with John despite the distance for 2 years!!

    John McDonough (Men's Soccer, 1997-00) Financial Professional; AXA Advisors
    Favorite Memory: "My favorite memory was hanging out with the boys."

    Megan Marie Mosness (Volleyball, 2000-2002) Marketing and Promotions Assistant; Colorado State University ... Fort Collins, Colo. ... meganmosness@hotmail.com
    Favorite Memory: Beating Cincinnati my Junior year when they were ranked 17th in the Nation.
    Proudest Moment: Getting my job at CSU as the Marketing and Promotions Assistant where I oversee women's athletics

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