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2013-2014 TIGER BOOSTER CLUB

Tiger Booster Club will meet twice during the year.

Anyone interested in attending the meetings or becoming a Cowley College Booster Club member
please contact the Cowley Athletic Director at 441-5246 or the Athletic Secretary at 441-5268.

Blitz Drive expects to bring in close to $70,000

Blitz DriveRaising money for Tiger Booster Club Scholarships, Cowley College coaches, employees, and members of the community took to the streets for the school’s annual Blitz Drive on Wednesday and eclipsed $53,000 in pledges with additional funds still trickling in.

The Tiger Athletic Department plans to reach out over the next few weeks to individuals they were unable to connect with on Wednesday. Following those connections the final dollar amount raised projects to be close to, or more than, $70,000. read more

scholarshipMorgan Swisher awarded Brian Groves Memorial Scholarship

In honor of former Cowley College golfer Brian Groves, Cowley College sophomore Morgan Swisher was named this year’s Brian Groves Memorial Scholarship recipient during the 20th annual Tiger Skins/Brian Groves Memorial Golf Tournament Saturday at Winfield’s Quail Ridge Golf Course.

Cowley College interim president Tony Crouch, athletic director Shane Larson and Brian Groves’ father, Mike, were on hand to present Swisher with the award. Swisher is a member of the softball team and is majoring in psychology. She has a grade point average of 3.58.

Brian Groves (Class of 1998) was a member of the Tiger golf team before moving on to Southwestern College in Winfield. He was tragically killed in a one-vehicle accident in 2002.

With 19 teams taking part in the Tiger Skins/Brian Groves Memorial Golf Tournament, the event continues to serve as a successful fundraiser for Tiger Booster Club scholarships. Along with the 76 golfers, several area businesses helped sponsor the event.
Although there were several worthy candidates for the Brian Groves Memorial Scholarship, in the end the school could not go wrong with selecting Morgan Swisher. read more
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United Agency becomes first major corporate sponsor for Tiger Skins/Brian Groves Memorial Golf Tourney
corporate sponsorWith the Tiger Skins/Brian Groves Memorial Golf Tournament approaching, United Agency in Arkansas City recently became the first major corporate sponsor by contributing $1,000 towards the tournament which will be held Saturday, June 28 at Quail Ridge Golf Course in Winfield.
“We are very grateful to Mike (Walker) and Kevin (Campbell) of United Agency for their support of our athletic program,” Cowley College athletic director Shane Larson said. “We have had great support from businesses in the community and are continuing to actively look for any level of sponsorship.”
Four-person teams are still being accepted for the tournament as are hole sponsors. Anyone wishing to participate in the tournament, serve as a hole sponsor, or donate door prizes should contact the Cowley athletic office at 620-441-5268 or send an email to mugler@cowley.edu.
Groups of fewer than four players will be paired by the tournament director. Each person must indicate their handicap or normal score, and each team will subtract 15 percent of their team handicap from their final score.
The entry fee is $80 per golfer. The cost includes green fee, range balls the morning of the tournament, two mulligans, coffee, juice and donuts, a cookout, golf cart, logo golf ball, and drawing for prizes. There also will be on-course contests.
Each player on a team must use at least two of his or her drives. Two additional mulligans can be purchased for $10 per player.
There will be an awards presentation following the tournament.
For more information, or to reserve a spot in the tournament, contact the Cowley athletic office at 620-441-5268 or at mugler@cowley.edu. Deadline to enter is June 25.
Those pictured are, from left, Shane Larson, Kevin Campbell, and Cowley College vice president for institutional advancement Ben Schears.

Tiger Skins/Brian Groves Memorial Golf Tourney approaching at Quail Ridge
tiger skinsCowley College’s Tiger Booster Club is preparing to host the 20th annual Tiger Skins/Brian Groves Memorial Golf Tournament Saturday, June 28 at Quail Ridge Golf Course in Winfield.
The format consists of four-person teams (men and women welcome). Groups of fewer than four players will be paired by the tournament director. Each person must indicate their handicap or normal score, and each team will subtract 15 percent of their team handicap from their final score.
The entry fee is $80 per golfer. The cost includes green fee, range balls the morning of the tournament, two mulligans, coffee, juice and donuts, a cookout, golf cart, logo golf ball, and drawing for prizes. There also will be on-course contests.
Each player on a team must use at least two of his or her drives. Two additional mulligans can be purchased for $10 per player.
There will be an awards presentation following the tournament. For more information, or to reserve a spot in the tournament, contact the Cowley athletic office at 620-441-5268 or at mugler@cowley.edu. Deadline to enter is June 25.

Holman, Milton named Student Athletes of the Year; Nittler named Booster of the Year

banquetWith Cowley College athletics continuing to enjoy tremendous success, a crowd of more than 330 people attended the college’s 2014 Athletic Awards Banquet Tuesday night in the Arkansas City Agri Business Building.

Cowley College athletic director Shane Larson, along with Tiger Booster Club President James Schaefer, provided a rundown of the Tiger athletic programs. Those in attendance were then treated to a dinner and slide show prior to the awards ceremony. read more

 Blitz Drive receives pledges for more than $70,000 - September 2013

Raising money for Tiger Booster Club Scholarships, Cowley College coaches, employees, and membersBlitz 2013 of the community took to the streets for the school’s annual Blitz Drive on Thursday and eclipsed $70,000 in pledges with additional funds still trickling in.

Dave Burroughs, interim athletic director at Cowley College, was pleased with the results of the Blitz Drive.

“The money raised is a testament to the way people in this community support the College,” Burroughs said. “I appreciate all the help everyone gave to make it a successful Blitz Drive.”

During the past year, Tiger athletic teams combined for one national runner-up, 10 national tournament appearances, four conference championships, and three region titles.

In addition, several Tiger athletes were named to the 2012-2013 All-American and Academic All-American teams.

The Tiger Booster Club has six levels of membership that range from $100 to $2,500. TBC members are admitted free to all Tiger sporting events.

The Tiger Booster Club Poker Run and Tiger Skins/Brian Groves Memorial Golf Tournament preceded the Blitz Drive.

Anyone interested in becoming a Tiger Booster Club member can contact the Cowley Athletic Department at (620)441-5268.online

 

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