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2008-2009 Men's Golf Roster

Chas Narramore

Class: SR
Height: 6-1
Weight: 215 pounds
Previous School: Roane County HS
Hometown: Kingston, Tenn.

2008 NCAA Championship Participant ... Named All-Sun Belt Conference in 2007 and 2008 ... Second all-time for best three-round total in program history with 206 at 207 Scenic City Invitational ... Three-time Sun Belt Conference Player of the Month selection ... Named to the 2007-08 Sun Belt Conference Honor Roll (grade point average 3.5 or above).

2008-09 (SENIOR)
2009 Spring:
Named All-SBC for third straight year after helping lead Middle Tennessee to its first SBC Championship ... Only Blue Raider ever to earn three All-SBC honors and one of three players (Brett Alexander, J.R. Wade) in program history to earn all-conference honors three times ... Named Golfweek's National Player of the Week, March 30, after helping lead Middle Tennessee to the Callaway Collegiate Match Play Championship ... Won all three match play events at Callaway Collegiate ... Turned in highest finish of spring with a fifth-place showing to lead team at SBC Championships ... Best round of spring was 3-under 69 in the final round of SBC Championships ... Early-season ankle injury kept him out of Arizona Intercollegiate and hampered play early in spring season ... Turned in best three-round total with 216 twice (USF Invitational and SBC Championships) ... Finished 30th (out of 75) at the NCAA Regional after recording an 8-over 224. 2008 Fall: Shot a pair of 68s during the second round of the Aldila Intercollegiate and the third round of the Mason Rudolph Championship in Nashville ... Finished with a 5-under 211 with the opening two rounds under par and the final round even par at the Aldila Intercollegiate to earn a 15th-place result.

2007-08 (JUNIOR)
Ranked sixth in the Sun Belt Conference with a 72.7 stroke average, which led the team ... Turned in six Top 10 and nine Top 20 finishes ...Enjoyed 20 rounds at par or better, which were 50 percent of the rounds he played and played 15 of those rounds under par.
Spring 2008: Helped lead Middle Tennessee to its first NCAA Division I Men's Golf National Championship, where the Blue Raiders made the cut and finished 15th nationally ... Helped assure Middle Tennessee's berth in the NCAA Championship with a strong showing at the NCAA East Regional, where he turned in one of his finest performances of the season, shooting under par each of the three rounds and finishing at 3-under ... Helped lead Blue Raiders to four consecutive team wins during the spring ... Named Sun Belt Conference Player of the Month in February ... Low round in spring season was 69, which he accomplished twice - The Maxwell and the NCAA East Regional ... Led team in scoring twice (GADO North Texas Classic and The Maxwell) ... Highest finish was third (out of 78 players) at the Carter Plantation Intercollegiate ... Finished fourth (out of 60) at The Maxwell ... Ten of 20 sub-par rounds occurred during the spring ... Finished seventh at the Ron Smith Invitational with a 2-under 214 ... Finished 10th at the All-American ... Finished 11th at the Aldila Intercollegiate ... Finished 14th at the Sun Belt Conference Championships ... Finished 14th at the GADO North Texas Classic.
2007 Fall: Named Sun Belt Golfer of the Month in September ... Ranked sixth in the Sun Belt with a stroke average of 72.5 in four fall tournaments ... Fired a career-low 66 in the first round at Jaguar Intercollegiate ... Finished second out of 90 players with a 7-under 206 at the Scenic City Invitational ... Finished fourth at the Jaguar Intercollegiate with a 209 ... Shot par or better in seven of 12 rounds, including first six in succession.

2006-07 (SOPHOMORE)
2007 Spring: Became the first Blue Raider to earn an at-large berth into NCAA Championships as an individual and was the No. 3 seed in the East Regional ... Named All-Sun Belt Conference ... Finished ranked 11th in Sun Belt for scoring average with a 73.29 for the year ... Enjoyed a 72.9 average in eight spring tournaments with a low round of 68 to help pace team to tournament title at South Florida Intercollegiate ... First round average was a team-best 71.2 ... Finished six out of 60 at the Sun Belt Championships with an even-par 216 ... Enjoyed four Top 10 finishes in the spring with a high of fourth out of 75 at the Carter Plantation Intercollegiate ... Had 13 rounds of par or better out of 24, including shooting 70 or better three times.
2006 Fall: Led Middle Tennessee with a 72.6 stroke average, which was fourth among Sun Belt golfers during the fall season ... Turned in three Top 10 finishes in the five fall tournaments ... Named Sun Belt's Golfer of the Month in October when he turned in finishes of third, ninth, and 15th to lead Middle Tennessee and twice posted career-best rounds ... Finished third at Mason Rudolph, seventh at Scenic City, and ninth at Sam H. Hall Invitational ... Fired a career-low 68 in the second round of the Hall Invitational ... Shot par or better in eight of 14 rounds played.

2005-06 (FRESHMAN)
2006 Spring: Played in five of seven spring tournaments with a cumulative stroke average of 74.9 ... Turned in career-best finish of second at the USA Spring Classic ... Shot a career-best 69 in the first round of the Sun Belt Conference Men's Championship ... Posted rounds of par or better five times.
2005 Fall: Played in three tournaments and had a cumulative stroke average of 77.7 ... Best finish was 51st at the Reynolds Plantation Classic ... His top round was a 74 at the Cobb/Ferrell Classic and the Sam H. Hall Invitational (228).

Lettered in golf, tennis, and basketball at Roane County High School ... Was a two-time all-state and all-region selection ... A former Tennessee State Junior champion ... Owns the Roane County record for low nine-hole match score (31) and low 18-hole match score (66) ... Stroke average of 33 as a junior when he shot par or better in all but one round of the season.

Fired a course record 58 at the Lakeside Golf Course in Kingston, Tenn., (Nov. 26, 2006) ... Chas is majoring in education ... Born on April 28, 1987 ... Son of Sam Narramore and Tammy Narramore.