April 16, 2002
Contact: Stan Cole Campbell Finishes Fourth at A-Sun Men’s Golf Championship
Contact: Stan Cole Campbell Finishes Fourth at A-Sun Men?s Golf Championship

April 7, 2002
Contact: Stan Cole Campbell Finishes Fifth at Belmont Invitational Men’s Golf Tournament
Contact: Stan Cole Campbell Finishes Fifth at Belmont Invitational Men?s Golf Tournament

March 28, 2002
Campbell Ties for Fifth at ECU Bradford Creek Intercollegiate
GREENVILLE, N.C. ? Braxton Wynns placed eighth individually and Campbell University tied for fifth in the team standings at the East Carolina Bradford Creek Intercollegiate men's golf tournament on Saturday. Wynns, a junior from Buies Creek, N.C., notched his eighth-consecutive round of par or better over the first 18 holes on Friday with a two-under 70. He then shot 76-74 over the last 36 holes to finish at four-over 220, four strokes behind ECU's Jonathan Hill, who won a three-way playoff for the tournament title. UNC Wilmington shot 881 to slip past Coastal Carolina by one stroke in the team standings. East Carolina was third (894), followed by Elon, then Campbell (897), Furman and Old Dominion in a three-way tie for fifth in the 18-school field. Campbell returns to action on Apr. 7-8 at the Belmont Invitational in Franklin, Tenn.Bradford Creek IntercollegiateBradford Creek GC / Greenville, N.C.March 28-29, 2003 / Par 72, 7033 YardsFinal Team Results: 1. UNC Wilmington 286-302-293?881, 2. Coastal Carolina 289-295-298?882, 3. East Carolina 298-294-302?894, 4. Elon 297-295-303?895, T5. Campbell 296-299-302?897, T5. Furman 302-296-299?897, T5. Old Dominion 301-304-292?897, 8. Virginia Commonwealth 302-294-305?901, 9. Wofford 301-312-292?905, T10. Winthrop 307-302-302?911, T10. Marquette 305-303-303?911, 12. Charlotte 304-304-304?912, 13. UNC Greensboro 302-303-309?914, 14. Gardner-Webb 307-308-307?922, 15. Army 298-313-316?927, 16. Davidson 309-313-309?931, 17. Seton Hall 322-310-308?940, 18. Connecticut 317-314-319?950.Top Individuals: * 1. Jonathan Hill (ECU) 71-70-75?216, T2. Tony DiBitetto (UNCW) 69-76-71?216, T2. Dale Ketola (Coastal Carolina) 72-73-71?216, T4. Ted Brown (VCU) 77-70-70?217, T4. Geoffrey (ODU) 70-73-74?217.Campbell Individuals: 8. Braxton Wynns 70-76-74?220, T25. Ulf Hedlund 76-73-76?225, T25. Rickard Allard 75-73-77?225, T34. James Huffam 75-77-75?227, T78. Matt McIntyre 81-77-81?239.

March 3, 2002
Contact: Stan Cole Campbell Sweeps Lonnie D. Small Memorial Tournament
Contact: Stan Cole Campbell Sweeps Lonnie D. Small Memorial Tournament

February 24, 2002
Camels Finish Second; Two Individuals Among Top Seven at Beau Chene Golf Classic
MANDEVILLE, LA. ? Ulf Hedlund and Braxton Wynns finished among the top seven individuals and Campbell University placed second in the 15-team field at the Beau Chene Collegiate Men's Golf Classic on Tuesday.Hedlund, a junior from Borlange, Sweden, shot a four-under-par 68 in the final round to finish at seven-under (209) for the tournament. Wynns, a junior from Buies Creek, N.C., shot even-par 72 on Tuesday and finished at 210.Chris Wheeler of Tulane carded a 12-under 204 (65-70-69) to win the tournament by two strokes over Nolan Martin of Colorado State and East Carolina's Jonathan Hill.Southern Mississippi edged Campbell by one stroke for the team title. Campbell recorded the low team score of the day (286), but Southern Miss shot 288 and finished the event at 11-under 853. Campbell was 10-under as a team (854) in the 54-hole tournament.Junior James Huffam from Southampton, England, finished the event at even-par 216 (72-70-74) and tied for 18th place.CU's 854 total ranks as the third-best 54-hole team score in the program's record books and the best of the 2003-03 campaign. Hedlund's 209 is tied for the fourth-best 54-hole individual score in the program's history, while Wynns' 210 is tied with three others for the sixth-lowest. Campbell returns to action on Monday when it hosts the annual Lonnie D. Small Memorial Tournament at Keith Hills Country

February 17, 2002
Matlock Collegiate Classic Grasslands G & CC / Lakeland, Fla. Par 72, 7065 Yards Final Team Results:
Matlock Collegiate Classic Grasslands G & CC / Lakeland, Fla. Par 72, 7065 Yards Final Team Results:

January 31, 2002
Kylie Pratt Leaving Campbell for Pro Golf Career
BUIES CREEK, N.C. -- After serving three seasons as assistant coach for the Campbell University golf teams, Kylie Pratt will leave the program at the end of May to embark on a professional playing career. In each of her three years on the coaching staff, the former All-American helped lead CU to NCAA Regional play as well as two women's Atlantic Sun Conference championships. Pratt plans to begin her professional career during the summer of 2002. In November, she tied for 53rd at the qualifying school of the Futures Tour, the Official Development Tour of the Ladies Professional Golf Association (LPGA). Pratt received a Status II exemption on the tour that has scheduled 20 events this year throughout the United States. Futures' Tour graduates include Karrie Webb, Beth Bauer, and Laura Diaz.

January 22, 2002
Campbell Leads Atlantic Sun Men's Golf Championship After 18 Holes
Atlantic Sun Conference Men's Golf Championship Vanderbilt Legends Club / Franklin, Tenn. Apr. 18-20, 2005 / Par 71, 6759 Yards First Round Team Results: 1. Campbell 276

January 19, 2002
Campbell Looks to Halt Georgia State Run at A-Sun Men’s Golf Championship
Campbell Looks to Halt Georgia State Run at A-Sun Men?s Golf Championship

January 15, 2002
Jenny Bruun Named Assistant Golf Coach at Campbell University
Jenny Bruun Named Assistant Golf Coach at Campbell University

January 6, 2002
Simon Dunn Named Atlantic Sun Player of the Year; Wynns Earns All-League Honor
BUIES CREEK, N.C. -- Simon Dunn of Campbell University has been named Atlantic Sun Conference Men's Golf Player of the Year in voting by league head coaches. Sophomore Braxton Wynns also was selected to the A-Sun all-conference second team. Dunn capped an outstanding senior season by earning Atlantic Sun Men's Player of the Year and first-team all-conference honors. The Loughborough, England native stands 47th nationally in the latest Golfstat Cup listing with a 72.04 stroke average. He placed second at the Atlantic Sun Championship on Apr. 24 after shooting a seven-under-par 209 (66-70-73). He notched five top-10 individual finishes during the 2001-02 campaign, including a record-breaking victory at the UCF Rio Pinar Invitational in October. In that event, Dunn set a school record by finishing the 54-hole event at 15-under-par (201). Included in that stellar performance was a school-record breaking eight-under 64 in the second round. He shot par or better in 13 of the 24 rounds he played during the campaign. Dunn was a second-team all-conference choice as a junior. Sophomore Braxton Wynns from Buies Creek, N.C., was a second-team all-conference choice following a season when he ranked second on the team in stroke average (74.2) and was the only Camel to play in all 26 rounds.

January 5, 2002
Campbell Golf Teams Set For Run at Atlantic Sun Crowns
With 12 NCAA Regional Appearances and 11 conference titles in 13 years under the direction of head coach John Crooks, the Campbell University golf teams again look to challenge for a league title and berths in the NCAA Regional events in both the men's and women's programs. Campbell narrowly missed a sweep of Atlantic Sun golf championships in 2002. The Lady Camels won their seventh conference title and second in a row, and made the program's ninth NCAA Regional appearance in the last 10 years. The men led the A-Sun tournament for the first 51 (of 54) holes before finishing third. Senior Simon Dunn earned an at-large NCAA Regional individual berth. 'One of the things that we stress with both of our teams is the importance of five people pulling together and getting better as a team throughout the year,' says Coach Crooks, whose men's and women's programs have accounted for 63 tournament championships in 13 seasons.