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No. 11 UO Rolls Into Santa Cruz For All-Star Showdown
Release Date: 04/13/2012
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Western Intercollegiate
Dates: Saturday-Sunday, April 14-15, 2012
Course: Pasatiempo, Santa Cruz, Calif.
Daily First Tee Time/Shotgun Start: 8:15 a.m. PT

Teams (Current Golfstat rankings): No. 1 Texas, No. 4 California, No. 5 USC, No. 6 UCLA, No. 10 San Diego State, No. 11 Oregon, No. 14 Stanford, No. 75 San Jose State, No. 93 Denver, No. 114 New Mexico State, No. 129 UC Irvine, No. 136 Kansas, No. 146 Hawai’i, Hawai’i-Hilo

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EUGENE – This week, the No. 11-ranked University of Oregon men’s golf team looks ahead to the Western Intercollegiate - its sixth of seven spring tournaments - with the Pac-12 Championships only two weeks away.

UO has enjoyed several of its finest recent performances in the event after it won team titles two of the last three years (2009, ’10), and placed third last season.

Among notable individual placings in the event, senior Eugene Wong claimed top medalist honors in ’10 and placed 10th overall in ’09. Senior Andrew Vijarro has staked three, straight top-10 efforts, (9th-’11; 10th-’10, 4th-’09), and redshirt junior Robbie Ziegler placed similarly as a freshman (6th-’09).

This tourney’s scoring format is slightly different than most collegiate tourneys – six players /count five – and the same system used for its next two stops – the Aggie Invitational (College Station, Texas, Sat.-Sun., 4/21-22) and Pac-12 Championships (Corvallis, Ore., Fri.-Sun., 4/27-29).

In this week’s Golfstat national rankings, the 14-team field features seven ranked top 14 - No. 1 Texas, No. 4 California, No. 5 USC, No. 6 UCLA, No. 10 San Diego State, No. 11 Oregon and No. 14 Stanford.

The top four players in this week’s Golfstat national rankings will also be on hand – Texas senior Dylan Frittelli (70.17) and freshman Jordan Spieth (second, 70.29, +0.003), Duck senior Eugene Wong (third, 69.96, +0.689) and Stanford freshman Patrick Rodgers (fourth, 71.13, +.741).

Four others in the field rank also top 25 nationally – San Diego State sophomore Todd Baek (ninth, 69.75) and senior J.J. Spaun (17th, 70.91), USC senior Steve Lim (20th, 71.43) and Clemson junior Corbin Mills (25th, 71.10).

Besides Wong, four other Ducks stood top 250 this week - Daniel Miernicki (28th, 70.83) and Andrew Vijarro (119th, 71.88), Robbie Ziegler (143rd, 72.48), and freshman Rak Cho (205th, 72.42).

The Ducks come off an impressive spring break two weeks ago that featured team titles in both the Oregon Duck Invitational and U.S. Intercollegiate, while seniors Andrew Vijarro and Daniel Miernicki won individual titles in each, respectively.

In the same event last year (4/16-17), the Ducks tied for third place (360-364-352-1076) after it shot the second-best round of the tourney in the last round.

Senior Andrew Vijarro led UO (ninth-tie, 71-72-70-213), and other Duck entries included redshirt junior Robbie Ziegler (15th-tie, 74-71-70-215) and seniors Jack Paton (19th-tie, 72-75-69-216) and Eugene Wong (19th-tie, 73-72-71-216), then-senior Jack Dukeminier (39th-tie, 73-74-74-221) and senior Daniel Miernicki (47th-tie, 71-79-72-222).  

Overall team-wise, UCLA (347-348-371-1066) won by eight strokes over USC (second, 352-349-363-1074), while the Ducks tied for third place with eventual NCAA champion Augusta State (355-357-364-1076). On the individual leaderboard, New Mexico State’s Timothy Madigan shot a three-under 207 (69-68-70) and won by two strokes over a second-place trio that shot one-under 209’s.

In 2010 (4/17-18), the Ducks won the team title by seven strokes after it featured the top two individuals - seniors Eugene Wong (65-70-67-202) and Jack Paton (69-71-65-205) - and four more in the top 14 overall. UO’s other entries included senior Andrew Vijarro (10th-tie, 69-70-72-211), the now-graduated pair of Jack Dukeminier (13th-, 67-74-71-212) and Isaiah Telles (14th-tie, 72-70-71-213), and senior Daniel Miernicki (14th-tie, 72-69-72-213). In the team standings, UO edged UCLA (347-347-351-1045), and UC Irvine (356-361-362-1079).

In 2009 (4/18-19), UO (290-293-282-865) also won the event by eight strokes over Colorado (second-tie, 283-302-288-873) and Fresno State (second-tie, 278-301-294-873). The Ducks featured four top-15 individuals – senior Andrew Vijarro (fourth-tie, 71-72-71-214), redshirt junior Robbie Ziegler (sixth-tie, 72-72-71-215), and seniors Eugene Wong (10th-tie, 74-73-70-217) and Daniel Miernicki (13th-tie, 75-76-70-221) – and now-graduated Jack Dukeminier (53rd-tie, 73-79-80-232).

In the Oregon Duck Invitational (3/26-27/12) two weeks ago, senior Andrew Vijarro posted his first collegiate win (71-70-69-210) at the Eugene Country Club. The Bend, Ore., native shot three, same-tourney, under-par scores for the second time in his career. His six-under score was his third under-par tourney total this season and ninth career-wise, and only three off his career best (-9) that came in The Prestige event last fall (fifth, 68-71-68-207).

Following single strokes back in second and third place, senior teammates Eugene Wong (69-69-73-211) and Daniel Miernicki (71-69-72-212) cemented a 1-2-3 Duck sweep individually.

UO featured a fourth team entry in the top 10 overall in redshirt junior Robbie Ziegler (eighth-tie, 73-71-71-215), and three individual entries also placed top 35 overall - freshman Jonathan Woo (16th-tie, 73-73-73-219), sophomore Ben Itterman (32nd-tie, 73-76-74-223) and junior Jack Pennington (35th-tie, 77-70-77-224).

Team-wise on the par 72, 7,007-yard course, Oregon shot a 17-under team score (284-279-284-847) and held off Long Beach State (second, 280-284-285-849) by two strokes. The Ducks entered the morning with a one-stroke lead, and both teams held slim leads at various points during the finale. No. 34 St. Mary's followed in third place (287-289-287-863), just ahead of Oregon State (fourth, 295-289-296-880) and Pacific (fifth, 293-296-292-881).

UO's team victory was its seventh in the 23rd edition of the event after similar placings in 1989, '90, '93, '99 2002 and '10. Likewise, Vijarro's individual crown was Oregon's seventh in event history.

Later in the week in the U.S. Intercollegiate (3/30-4/1/12), then-No. 12 UO (272-284-285-841) held off a late run by No. 8 USC (second, 279-285-278-842) in the final round for a one-stroke win at the Stanford Golf Course, while senior Daniel Miernicki posted his fifth individual win career-wise.

The Santee, Calif., native (first, 66-72-66-204) tied the tourney low round with his four-under 66 finale and won by five strokes over the UCLA pair of Pedro Figueiredo (second-tie, 67-74-68-209) and Jay Hwang (second-tie, 70-71-68-209) and USC's Sam Smith (second-tie, 70-69-70-209).

Career-wise, the returning honorable mention All-American enjoyed his second win in the event after he won the 2010 edition (70-68-64-202). His other collegiate victories came in the Duck Invitational and U.S. Intercollegiate as a sophomore and Amer Ari Invitational and OGIO Santa Barbara Invitational as a junior. His six-under team score was also his eighth-lowest as a collegian, and he paced UO in a tourney for the first time this season and 16th time in his career.

The Ducks featured two others in the top five overall - senior Eugene Wong (fifth-tie, 69-68-73-210) and redshirt junior Robbie Ziegler (fifth-tie, 68-70-72-210). UO's other entries included senior Andrew Vijarro (25th-tie, 69-74-74-217), freshman Rak Cho (46th-t, 75-74-74-223) and redshirt senior Jack Paton (77th-tie, 81-75-75-231), and the latter competed as an individual.

Ranked top 15 nationally all season long, Oregon features one of its most talented squads ever, composed of four seniors who have led UO to team wins in five events and three individual victories in 2011-12.

Senior Eugene Wong has led the team in the final standings of four of the its eight stroke play events. His win in the Alister MacKenzie Invitational (65-63-67-195) last fall was his third career-wise, and his school-record 18-under score was a career best by eight strokes.

Among his 24 rounds this season, he has a team-best 15 under-par rounds (and another at par), and has paced the team in 12 rounds. In 2011-12, besides his Alister MacKenzie Invitational victory, he added two runner-up finishes in the Oregon Duck Invitational (-6) and U.S. Intercollegiate (even) and a third-place finish in the Gifford Collegiate ((-7). Nationally this week in the Golfstat rankings, the 2010 Nickalaus Award winner stands third overall and tops in the Pac-12 (69.96).
Four other Ducks have played eight stroke play events this season and rank top 250 this week - seniors Daniel Miernicki (28th, 70.83) and Andrew Vijarro (119th, 71.88) , 69th, 71.33), redshirt junior Robbie Ziegler (143rd, 72.48) and freshman Rak Cho (205th, 72.42). Miernicki jumped 41 positions the past two weeks after his win and third-place finishes, while Vijarro improved 34 spots and Ziegler made his first top-250 appearance of the campaign.

Miernicki had the team's hottest start last fall, and opened with nine straight rounds of par or better, including seven under-par. He has led the team in six rounds this year, including four of the last five. The former honorable mention All-American posted his second U.S. Intercollegiate victory in late March (66-72-66-204 (-6)) – his fifth career win – and five days after he placed third in the Oregon Duck Invitational (71-69-72-212 (-4)). He also posted top-20 placings in his first four fall events - the St. Mary's Invitational (3rd, 72-68-70-210), The Prestige (fifth, 70-69-68-207), Alister MacKenzie Invitational (12th-t, 67-68-71-206) and the Gifford Collegiate (20th-t, 73-73-72-218) – and in the Bandon Dunes Championship in early March (15th-t, 73-57-72-220).

Vijarro staked his first collegiate win in the Oregon Duck Invitational (71-70-69-210) at the Eugene Country Club in late March. The Bend, Ore., native shot three, same-tourney, under-par scores for the second time in his career, and his six-under score was his third under-par tourney total this season and ninth career-wise (and only three off his career best (-9) that came in The Prestige event last fall (fifth, 68-71-68-207)).

In other fall action, he added two more top-20 finishes in the St. Mary's Invitational (20th-t, 73-72-76-221) and Gifford Collegiate (17th, 75-74-68-217), and his other fall effort - the Alister MacKenzie Invitational - featured two under-par rounds (31st, 73-69-69-211).

Freshman Rak Cho connected on under-par scores in six of his first nine rounds for the Ducks last fall, including a season-best five-under-67 in the finale of his collegiate debut, the St. Mary's Invitational (second, 74-68-67-209). He added a third-place effort in the Alister MacKenzie Invitational (67-68-66-201) en route to a 12-under tourney score that ranks fourth all-time for UO. In the spring, he tied his season low round with his five-under 67 in the Amer Ari Invitational opener in early February. In March action, he added another under-par and par round on the par-71 Bandon Trails course en route to a third-place Bandon Dunes Championship finish and two-under tourney score (third, 72-68-71-211).

Redshirt junior Robbie Ziegler played three fall events for the Ducks in 2011 after redshirting the 2010-11 campaign. The Canby, Ore., native kicked off the season with a 15th-place finish in the St. Mary's Invitational (20th-t, 73-72-76-221) - one of four top-20 finishers for the Ducks in the event. He logged two under-par rounds among his first four of the season, including a two-under season best in the St. Mary's finale. In the spring, he led UO’s team entries in the Bandon Dunes Championship in the overall results (ninth, 70-74-72-216) for the first time this year. He added top-10 overall placings in his most recent two outings in the Oregon Duck Invitational (eighth-tie, 73-71-71-215 (-1)) and U.S. Intercollegiate (fifth-tie, 68-70-72-210 (E)).

Redshirt senior Jack Paton has played seven events and has carded three rounds at par and two more under par. The Hillsborough, Calif., native has placed top 50 in four events, with his top-two placings in his first stops of the fall - the St. Mary's Invitational (33rd-tie, 70-81-76-227) and Alister MacKenzie Invitational (31st, 71-72-77-220).


- Daniel Miernicki, Sr., Santee, Calif.
Led UO Rounds 53 (Sr. 5, Jr. 13, So. 20, Fr. 15) /  Tourneys 15 (Sr. 1,Jr. 4, So. 6, Fr. 4)
Under-Par Rounds 54 (Sr. 11, Jr. 13, So. 19, Fr. 11)
Rounds at Par 21 (Sr. 4, Jr. 6, So. 8, Fr. 6)
Career Best Round 62 (-10) (Sr. 67/68 (-4), Jr. 62 (-10), So. 64 (-7), Fr. 67 (-5))
Career Best Tourney Place 1st-5 Times (Sr. 1st, Jr. 1st x2, So. 1st x2, Fr. 3rd)
Career Best Tourney Score 203 (-13) (Sr. 207 (-9), Jr. 203 (-13), So. 274 (-10), Fr. 209 (-7))

- Eugene Wong, Sr., North Vancouver, B.C.
Led UO Rounds 39 (Sr. 11, Jr. 5, So. 15, Fr. 8) / 11 Tourneys (Sr. 4, Jr. 2, So. 4, Fr. 1)
Under-Par Rounds 56 (Sr. 15, Jr. 5, So. 26, Fr. 10)
Rounds at Par 16 (Sr. 1, Jr. 4, So. 5, Fr. 6)
Career Best Round 63/64 (-8) (Sr. 63/64 (-8), Jr. 68 (-4), So. 64 (-7), Fr. 65 (-7))
Career Best Tourney Place 1st x3 (Sr. 1st, Jr. 5th, So. 1st x2, Fr. 10th)
Career Best Tourney Score 195 (-18) (Sr. 195 (-18), Jr. 214 (-2), So. 203 (-10), Fr. 208 (-8))

- Jack Paton, RSr., Canby, Ore.
Led UO Rounds 6 (Sr. 1, Jr. 1, So. 4, Fr. 0)  / 0 Tourneys
Under-Par Rounds 8 (Sr. 2, Jr. 2, So. 4, Fr. 0),
Rounds at Par 7 (Sr. 3, Jr. 3, So. 1, Fr. 0)
Career Best Round 65 (-5) (Sr. 70 (-2), Jr. 68 (-2), So. 65 (-5), Fr. 70 (-2))
Career Best Tourney Place 2nd (Sr. 31st, Jr. 8th, So. 2nd, Fr. 12th)
Career Best Tourney Score 208 (-8) (Sr. 218 (+2), Jr. 216 (E), So. 208 (-8), Fr. 220 (+6))

- Andrew Vijarro, Sr. Bend, Ore.
Led UO Rounds 23 (Sr.4, Jr. 6, So. 8, Fr. 5) / 10 Tourneys (Jr. 5, So. 3, Fr. 2)
Under-Par Rounds 39 (Sr. 11, Jr. 8, 15 So., 5 Fr.)
Rounds at Par 10 (Sr. 2, Jr. 4, So. 3, Fr.  1)
Career Best Round 66 (-5) (Sr. 68 (-4), Jr. 68 (-4), So. 66 (-5), Fr. 68 (-4))
Career Best Tourney Place 1st (Sr. 1st, Jr. 4th, So. 3rd, Fr. 4th)
Career Best Tourney Score  207 (-9) (Sr. 207 (-9), Jr. 214 (-1), So. 135 (-7), Fr. 209 (-1))

- Robbie Ziegler, RJr., Canby, Ore.
Led UO Rounds 18 (Jr. 1, So. 5, Fr. 12) / 5 Tourneys (Jr. 1, So. 1, Fr. 3)
Under-Par Rounds 19 (Jr. 2, So. 7, Fr. 10)
Round at Par 4 (So. 2, Fr. 2)
Career Best Round 66 (-6) (Jr.68/ 70 (-2), So. 66 (-6), Fr. 69 (-3))
Career Best Tourney Place 2nd  (Jr. 5th, So. 3rd, Fr. 2nd)
Career Best Tourney Score  (Jr. 215 (-1), So. 213 (-3), Fr. 213 (-3))

- Ben Itterman, So., Carlsbad, Calif.
4 Under-Par Rounds (So. 1, Fr. 3)
1 Round at Par (Fr. 1)
Career Best Round: 69 (-2), 70 (-2) x2 (So. 69 (-2), Fr. 70 (-2) x2)
Career Best Tourney Place: 8th (So. 30th, Fr. 8th)
Career Best Tourney Score: 216 (+1) (So. 223 (+12), Fr. 216 (+1)

- Jonathan Woo, Fr., Singapore
Career Best Round  68 (-3) (Fr. 68 (-3))
Career Best Tourney Place 7th (Fr. 7th)
Career Best Tourney Score 215 (+2)  (Fr. 215 (+2))

- Tyler Parker, Jr., Portland, Ore.
Rounds at Par 1 (Fr. 1)
Career Best Round 72 (+1)(Jr. 72 (+1), So. 75 (+3), Fr. 72 (E))
Career Best Tourney Place  17th (Jr. 61st, So. 55th, Fr. 17th)
Career Best Score  227 (+11) (Jr. 231 (+15), So. 227 (+11), Fr. 228 (+12))

- Jack Pennington, Jr., Eugene, Ore.
Career Best Round 70 (-2) (Jr. 70 (-2))
Career Best Tourney Place 35th-t (Jr. 35th, Fr. 20th)
Career Best Tourney Score  224 (+10) (Jr. 224 (+10), Fr. 155 (+12))

- Tye Gabriel, Fr., Portland, Ore.
Career Best Round 71 (-1) (Fr. 71 (-1))
Career Best Tourney Place  58th-t (Fr. 80th)
Career Best Tourney Score 229 (+13) (Fr. 229 (+13))

This week, No. 11 Oregon is one of six Pac-12 teams ranked top 14 nationally by Golfstat with No. 4 California, No. 5 USC, No. 6 UCLA, No. 13 Washington and No. 14 Stanford.

One other league team was just shy of the top 50 - Arizona (54) – and the league’s other members are Oregon State (52), Colorado (72), Arizona State (82), Washington State (117) and Utah (207).

Individual-wise, senior Eugene Wong (third, 69.96) is the top Pac-12 player in the national individual rankings, and others ranked top 25 include Stanford freshman Patrick Rodgers (fourth, 71.13), Washington junior Chris Williams (sixth, 70.54) and freshman Cheng-Tsung Pan (15th, 70.92), USC senior Steve Lim (20th, 71.43) and California junior Max Homa (24th, 71.00).

In last June's NCAA Championships, the ‘Conference of Champions’ featured one team in the quarterfinals (UCLA), and the Bruins led the stroke play scoring (872) by three strokes. Three other league members placed in the opening three rounds - USC (12th-t, 895), Arizona State (18th, 899) and California (19th-t, 902).

On the individual front, the Pac-12 featured the national runner-up - UCLA's Patrick Cantlay (72-69-71-212), and two four more top-20 finishers in California's Michael Weaver (eighth-tie, 71-71-74-216) and Max Homa (17th-t, 73-74-72-219), USC's Jeffrey Kang (20th-t, 72-73-75-220) and UCLA's Gregor Main (20th-t, 72-70-78-220).

Historically, five different Pac-10 teams (Stanford (7 - 1938, 39, 41, 42, 46, 53, 94), Arizona State (2 - 1990, 96), UCLA (2 - 1988, 208), Arizona (1 - 1992) and California (1 - 2004) have combined for 13 team titles since the first collegiate championship in 1897.

League individuals have claimed 14 championships in the same span courtesy of Stanford's Frank Tatum (1942) and Tiger Woods (1996), USC's Scott Simpson (1976, '77), Ron Commons (1981) and Jamie Lovemark (2007), Arizona State's Jim Carter (1983), Phil Mickelson (1989, '90, '92), Todd Demsey (1993) and Alejandro Cañizares (2003),Washington's James Lepp (2005) and UCLA's Kevin Chappell (2008).

Over the course of this season, the Ducks will set their sights on their 25th NCAA Championships trip and fourth under the guidance of head coach Casey Martin, with the 2012 finale set for May 29-June 3 at the Riviera Country Club in Los Angeles, Calif.

The postseason kicks off three weeks prior with the first-ever Pac-12 Championships, Fri.-Sun., April 27-29 at Trysting Tree Golf Club in Corvallis, Ore.. Two weeks later, six 14-team NCAA Regionals will be held Thu.-Sun., May 17-19 in Ann Arbor, Mich., Bowling Green, Kent., Athens, Ga., Greensboro, N.C., Norman, Okla. and Stanford, Calif.

Oregon has made three of their 24 NCAA appearances under the guidance of fifth-year head coach Casey Martin. In that span, the team's third-place tie in 2010 was its best-ever in program history, and one place better than its showing in 1959. His other youth-laden squads in '09 and '08 placed 22nd and 27th, respectively.

UO's all-time finishes in order of placing follow: third - 2010 (Stroke Play-861), fourth (1959 - 574), seventh (197 - 1228), 10th (1976 - 1194), 11th (1978 - 1188), 14th (1948 - 616; 1956 - 620; 1970 - 1208), 15th (1957 - 632), 16th (1960 - 628; 1975 - 1215), 17th (1947 - 638), 18th (1950 - 619; 1986 - 1192; 1999 - 614), 22nd (1983 - 907; 2003 - 924; 2009 - 897); 23rd (1990 - 1206), 27th (1981 - 904; 1998 - 590; 2008 - 935), 30th (1987 - 926) and 32nd (1964 - 640)

Oregon’s runner-up finish last year was its second under head coach Casey Martin, and tied its best-ever placing that it had posted four times before (1985, '86, '97, '09). In prior Pac-8 Championships between 1965-78, UO had also finished second twice before, and won the North Division in 1976 and '77.

UO’s all-time Pac-10/12 finishes follow: 1979 5th, 1980 6th, 1981 3rd, 1982 4th, 1983 5th, 1984 7th, 1985 2nd, 1986 2nd, 1987 4th, 1989 T4th, 1990 6th, 1991 6th, 1992 5th, 1993 6th, 1994 T6th, 1995 5th, 1996 10th, 1997 2nd, 1998 7th, 1999 3rd, 2000 4th, 2001 8th, 2002 5th, 2003 7th, 2004 7th, 2005 5th, 2006 10th, 2007 8th, 2008 9th-t, 2009 2nd, 2010 6th-t, 2011 2nd (1st-t regulation)

Sixth-year Duck head coach Casey Martin has established himself as one of the nation's most respected coaches after an equally noteworthy collegiate and pro playing career.

The Eugene native was tabbed the Pac-10 Coach of the Year in 2010 - his fourth season at the helm - after he led the Ducks to a school-record five tournament victories, including Oregon’s first-ever NCAA Regional title. UO followed with a school-best tie for third place in the NCAA Championships in Chattanooga, Tenn., thanks to a fifth-place effort in stroke play, and quarterfinal match play win over league rival Washington, 3-2.

That same 2009-10 season, then-sophomore Eugene Wong was tabbed the co-Pac-10 Golfer of the Year, won the Jack Nicklaus Award as the Division I player of the year and was named a first-team PING All-American. Wong's tie for ninth at the NCAA Championships is believed to be the best finish ever by a UO golfer.

Other highlights his first few seasons included, wins in the 2006 Northwest Collegiate Classic - his second event at the Duck helm - and the 2007 Thunderbird Invitational in Tempe. Prior to becoming head coach, he served as a volunteer assistant for the Ducks during the 2005-06 season.

Before that he was one of the nation's most recognized professionals since the start of his pro career in 1998. He earned his PGA Tour card in 2000 - the same season he recorded five top-50 finishes. His best showing was a tie for 17th in the 2000 Tucson Open, and he also placed 23rd in the the 1998 U.S. Open.

A graduate of South Eugene High School, Martin was a three time all-conference selection and a two-time All-American while golfing at Stanford. In 1995, he received academic All-American honors while graduating from Stanford with a degree in economics. He was a member of the 1994 Stanford team that won the NCAA championship.

The Oregon men's golf team welcomed Brad Lanning to the program this past summer as a first-year assistant coach. In his recent work as a highly successful high school golf coach, head coach Casey Martin also welcomes his former Stanford teammate from three seasons, including the Cardinal's 1994 NCAA Championship squad.

After college, Lanning spent six years playing professionally with stints on the Hooters Tour, South American Tour and Canadian PGA, and also worked as a stock broker before entering the coaching ranks.

Success came quickly for Lanning as a high school assistant coach with a state title and runner-up finish in two years at St. Stephen’s Episcopal School in Bradenton, Fla. After relocating to Colorado to enter a master’s program at Denver Seminary, Lanning assisted Valor Christian High School to a pair of state championships in his three seasons at the helm.

A 1994 Stanford graduate with a degree in Political Science, Lanning, 40, earned his master’s in Counseling at Denver Seminary in 2011.

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