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Rams Make Coaching Changes For Golf Programs

MOBILE, Ala-- The University of Mobile announced a couple of changes in the coaching ranks of the men's and women's golf programs, including the return of Hall of Famer Terry Hopper as assistant coach. Colby Odom, men's Head Coach in 2010, will serve as head coach of both programs, while Hopper will focus on the women's golf program that he started in 1993-94. Odom played golf at Mobile 2002-06 and served as a part-time coach in 2008-09, before becoming head coach of the men's golf program in 2009-10.

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Pair Of Lady Ram Golfers Honored By NAIA

KANSAS CITY, Mo-- The National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics announced the 2010 Women's Golf All-Americans and Daktronics-NAIA Scholar-Athletes Monday evening. Senior Maegan Rice was named a 1st-Team All-American for the second time in her career. She was named Honorable Mention All-American in 2008, also. Fifteen student-athletes were 1st-Team selections as selected by the All-America Committee. Taylor Lee was named Daktronics-NAIA Scholar-Athlete.

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Rice Finishes 17th At National Championships

RAPID CITY, S.D.-- The University of Mobile's Maegan Rice finished tied for 17th at the 2010 NAIA Women's Golf National Championships Friday. The senior from Florence, Ala., carded a final-round 82 to finish at 27-over 315 (71, 80, 82, 82) for the tournament. She finished in a three-way tie for 17th with British Columbia's Alyssa Human and Embry-Riddle's Beatriz Serra.

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Third Round Of Nationals Done; Rice Tied For 10th

RAPID CITY, S.D.-- The third round of the 2010 NAIA Women's Golf National Championships is in the books and the University of Mobile's Maegan Rice sits in a five-way tie for 10th place with one round left to play Friday, May 28. Rice led after Tuesday's opening round and was tied for 5th entering play today before shooting a 10-over 82. She sits at 17-over 233 (71, 80, 82) for the tournament. Sophie Henke (South Carolina Beaufort), Anna Schopp (Lubbock Christian), Jessica Smith (Lindsey Wilson) and Megan Woodland (Victoria) are also at 17-over through three rounds.

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Maegan Rice Sits Two Strokes Back At Nationals

RAPID CITY, S.D.-- The University of Mobile's Maegan Rice sits two strokes back in a tie for 5th place after the second round of the 2010 NAIA Women's Golf National Championships Wednesday. Rice led after round one after firing a 1-under 71, but the senior shot an 8-over 80 to fall to 7-over 151 for the tournament. British Columbia's Alyssa Human and Lubbock Christian's Anna Schopp are tied for 1st with 5-over 149's after finishing at +4 in the second round.

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Maegan Rice Starts Nationals With 1-Under 71

RAPID CITY, S.D.- Maegan Rice carded an opening-round 1-under 71 to take the early lead at the 2010 NAIA Women's Golf National Championships Tuesday. British Columbia's Alyssa Human and Lubbock Christian's Anna Schopp are tied for 2nd with 1-over 73's. The day did not start off great, as the senior from Florence, Ala. bogeyed the opening hole, and then carded a 6 on the par-5 hole No. 5 to put her at 2-over through the front-9.

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Rice Ready To Go At NAIA National Championships

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The 16th Annual NAIA Women's Golf National Championships are set to tee off Tuesday at Meadowbrook Golf Course in Rapid City, S.D. Mobile's Maegan Rice is competing as an individual at the event and will tee off in the first round Tuesday at 8:10 am (MDT) on hole No. 1, and then tee off Wednesday at 2:30 pm (MDT) on hole No. 10. The event will be four rounds of stroke play. The 129-player championships field is comprised of 14 automatic qualifying teams from NAIA affiliated conferences/unaffiliated groupings and 10 at-large selections, which are determined using the final Top 25 rating released on May 7.

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Mobile Finishes 2nd In Thomas Howell Cup Standings

HATTIESBURG, Miss-- The Gulf Coast Athletic Conference announced the 2010 Thomas Howell Cup winner Tuesday and Belhaven University edged out the University of Mobile to win the coveted trophy for the first time in school history. The Thomas Howell Cup is awarded to the school with the highest number of points based on the order of finish in the various sports they participate in.

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