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  1. NICEVILLE, Fla. - The 2004 Sun Belt Conference Men's and Women's Golf Championships will begin Monday at Bluewater Bay Resort. The tournament, which features 10 men's teams and 10 women's teams vying for the league's automatic bid to NCAA Regional play, returns to Niceville for the third straight year. Last year, the North Texas men's squad and New Mexico State's women rolled to victory. NMSU's win marked the third straight team title for the Aggies. This year's event figures to be one of the most competitive in recent memory. Four men's teams are ranked in the top 100 in the latest Golfweek/Sagarin Performance Index, while five women's teams crack the top 100. Individually, five Sun Belt men's players have a scoring average of 72.78 or better, including South Alabama All-American candidate Gareth Mabyin. Mabyin has won three individual titles this year and sports a league-best 71.29 average. On the women's side, Denver freshman Emily Hoeper paces the Sun Belt with a 75.10 average. SUN BELT CONFERENCE GOLF CHAMPIONSHIP FACTS WHAT: 2004 Sun Belt Conference Men's and Women's Golf Championships WHEN: April 19-21, 2004 WHERE: Niceville, Fla. (Bluewater Bay Resort) MEDIA RELATIONS CONTACT (on-site): Rob Broussard Director of Media Relations Cell Phone: 504-628-3895 e-mail: broussard@sunbeltsports.org COURSES: The men play the Lake and Marsh Courses (6,857 yards - par-72) The women play the Bay and Magnolia Courses (5,910 yards - par 72) TEAMS COMPETING (men): UALR, Arkansas State, Denver, UL Lafayette, Middle Tennessee, New Mexico State, New Orleans, North Texas, South Alabama, Western Kentucky TEAM COMPETING (women): UALR, Arkansas State, Denver, Florida International, Middle Tennessee, New Mexico State, New Orleans, North Texas, South Alabama, Western Kentucky 2003 Men's Team Champion: North Texas (team score 862, -2 overall) 2003 Women's Team Champion: New Mexico State (team score 891, +27) 2003 Men's Indiv Medalist: Brad Besler, North Texas (69-68-72 - 209, -7 overall) 2003 Women's Indiv. Medalist: Alena Sharp, New Mexico State (72-71-73-, E overall) How to Obtain Results: Results will be e-mailed to each school's Golf SID following the completion of play. Results should be e-mailed anywhere from 4-5 p.m. CT each day and will be posted on the Sun Belt Website (www.sunbeltsports.org). Click on the Sun Belt Conference Golf Championships page for updated information. NOTABLE SUN BELT CONFERENCE SCHOOL ALUMS: Rich Beem (2003 PGA Champion, New Mexico State) Pat Bradley (LPGA Hall of Fame, Florida International) Craig Perks (2002 Players Champion, Louisiana-Lafayette) Kenny Perry (Western Kentucky) Alena Sharp (2003 Sun Belt Conference Female Student-Athlete of the Year, New Mexico State)
  2. I hope he's more Ronnie Morgan than Thomas Gipson. RoMo could play. Gipson was a worthless, fat piece of crap. Right FFRick!!
  3. Hard hitting safety. Should still be in the League. Vladimir Guerrero?
  4. Had great advise for Nuke! Now back to the real world. Kevin Garnett?
  5. If Jimmy Tubbs had done his job as an assistant coach, he would not be the head coach and SMU would be a top 20 basketball program.
  6. My favorite was the Cedric Carson 1/2 court shot against Sam Houston State in the early 90s. It was "Paranoia in the Super Pit." Talon 90 jumped on the court and was in the middle of the celebration.
  7. "This Week in the NBDL" on NBA TV Get the latest from Fayetteville's Bryan Lucas and get the dish on what goes on at the Huntsville Wal-Mart on "This Week in the NBDL." Airing every Monday at 6 p.m. ET on NBA TV, "This Week in the NBDL" provides a round-up of the latest news, interviews and highlights from around the league. Link to Bryan Lucas video
  8. SMU to fire basketball coach 12:46 PM CST on Friday, February 27, 2004 By CALVIN WATKINS / The Dallas Morning News SMU will hold a 4 p.m. news conference today to announce the firing of men's basketball coach Mike Dement. Dement was told about his dismissal by athletic director Jim Copeland this morning, according to school officials. Dement will inform the team before today's scheduled 1 p.m. practice. An interim coach for the remainder of the season will probably be named at the news conference. Dement, who has one year remaining on his contract, had asked SMU for an extension before the start of the season. Copeland said he wanted to extend the contract, but said he would wait to evaluate his coach at the end of the season. The 39-point loss to Boise State last night, SMU's second worst at Moody Coliseum, apparently was too much to handle for Copeland. SMU has lost by double figures seven times this season, including a 35-point loss on national television to Oklahoma State and an 80-40 loss at Rice. SMU (10-15) started the season 6-3 with wins over Texas Tech and Purdue, but has lost 12 of 16 games since. The Mustangs are 4-11 in Western Athletic Conference play. Dement, in his ninth season, has a record of 138-120 at SMU. Since going 8-20 in his first season, he has won at least 15 games each year, but has failed to coach SMU to an NCAA tournament berth. SMU was 21-9 in 1999-2000, but lost in the first round of the NIT in Dement's lone postseason appearance at the school. He has a career record of 260-243.
  9. We'd be happy if ALL the cheerleaders were there!!
  10. Softball season coming up. We're always complaining about not having anything to watch after basketball. Now we have something to cheer for. I just spoke with Rebecca at the UNT Ticket office and the is NO COST to get into the games. That's right it's FREE. I work in Downtown Dallas and will have to do some rearranging of my work schedule, but I'm going to make as many games as I can. Hope everybody wjo reads this will do the same. We have a chance to help coach Segal make this program work from the get-go. I hope everyone will do there part. SOFTBALL SCHEDULE
  11. FFR and I made a sign for UTA that said Tuck Fexas Arlington. They took it down, but it was classic. Another sign we made when we played SFA, who was coahed by the guy from Tulane, when they were accused of Point shaving. UNT by 22, give or SHAVE a few. They made us take that one down as well. Aah the good ole days! GMG
  12. Just got a call at work from former UNT BB coach Tim Jankovich, who is an assistant coach at Kansas. He is in town looking at kids in the holiday tournaments. He was interested in where the SOC boys were playing. Don’t have any idea who he was wanting to see. Any ideas?? GMG
  13. Ratliff was the SI player of the week
  14. I hope it is not true, because Andrew is a great kid. But if it is, "Don't let the door knob hit ya, where the good lord split ya."
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