March 17 – Scholarship Golf Tournament, Silent Auction and Dinner – Bay Oaks Country Club – Houston

  • 1st Place Team: Buddy Barnes ’73, Jeff Fitzgerald, Eric Potts ’73
  • 2nd Place Team: David Bradley, Jim Ivy ’78, David Nicholas, John Zok
  • 3rd Place Team: Geoff Carleton, Brad Eaves, Dan Lynch ’71, Ranney McDonough ’66
  • Ladies Longest Drive and Closest to Pin: Rosa Thompson
  • Men’s Longest Drive: Jeff Fitzgerald
  • Men’s Closest-to-Pin: Brad Eaves

Attendees included Alycia Ahrens ’01; Buddy ’73, Mary and Matthew Barnes; David Bradley; Geoff Carleton; Harold Draughton; Brad Eaves; Jeff Fitzgerald; Adil Godiwalla ’66; Kevin Hagan ’80; Bill Heimlich; Alison Ibendahl ’05; Jim Ivy ’78; Dan Lynch ’71; Ranney McDonough ’66; Jim Medlin ’67; Riley Mieth ’08; Christopher Morlier ’96; David Nicholas; Russ Pfeifel ’74; Eric ’73, Inge and Jessie Potts; Dave Reynolds; Paul Sly ’87; Karun Sreerama ’93; Nicole Talbot ’77; Fred ’74 and Rosa Thompson; Jeremy Ureche; Herman ’60 and Carol Vacca; Gary Wigginton ’68; Curt Williams ’04; and John Zok. Missouri S&T representative: Marianne Ward. Black & Gold sponsors: Montgomery and Associates, Traffic Engineering, McDonough Engineering, ESPA Corp.; Beverage sponsors: Jacobs Engineering, HVJ Associates; Hole sponsors: Landtech Consultants, Eric Potts ’73, Russ Herring ’59, Jacobs Engineering, Herman Vacca ’60, Terracon, URS Corp., Othon; Golf team sponsor: KBR.

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