What Did We Accomplish?

We broke down what each program accomplished with the class of 2020


Class of 2020: Harrison Ray, Ty Duvall

143 total victories
Three NCAA Tournament appearances
Three NCAA Super Regional appearances
2019 College World Series champions
2019 SEC champions
2019 SEC Tournament champions
Back-to-back NCAA Clemson Regional champions
Set SEC record with 59 overall wins in 2019
Closed careers winning 17 straight midweek games (March 2019-present)
51 victories vs. top-25 opponents (2017-20)

Men’s Basketball

Class of 2020: Jon Jossell, Matthew Moyer

Win over No. 18 LSU on Feb. 5, 2020
Jon Jossell earned a roster spot as a walk-on in his senior season after serving as a manager the previous three seasons
2017 NCAA Tournament appearance
Defeated two nationally-ranked teams in Arizona State and LSU

Women’s Basketball

Class of 2020: Mariella Fasoula, LeaLea Carter, Sarah Gordon

Doubled win total in senior season
Leaders of a dramatic and improved culture change within the program
Graduating with degrees in communications (Fasoula), economics (Gordon) and sociology (Carter)
Continuously involved in community events throughout careers
Defeated Tennessee in Knoxville, Tenn., 76-69 in 2019
Upset No. 15 Kentucky on senior night marking the program’s first ranked victory since 2016


Class of 2020: Bryanna Leyen, Emily Rigney, Maria Bulanova, Adel Wahner

10 regular-season titles
2018-19 NCAA runner-up
2017-18 National Champions
2016-17 NCAA third-place finish and Southland Conference Championship

Cross Country, Track & Field
Denk, Ollinger, Lofstead

Class of 2020: Kristen Denk, Caroline Pietrzyk, Sara Tsai, Kacie Breeding, Reagan Bustamante, Kendall Derry, Caleigh Lofstead, Lauren Moffett, Margaret Ollinger, Becca Schulte, Mailin Struck, Andrew Irvine, Harrison Thomas

Two first-team All-Americans as well as multiple SEC scorers and NCAA qualifiers
Two All-SEC women’s cross country honorees and several all-region selections
Men’s cross country finished 2020 SEC’s with program-best score in the 12-team era
Men’s cross country finished 2020 SEC’s with program-best score overall since 1980
Sponsored Miracle Child, Gabee, as seniors led numerous community service initiatives


Ke'Shawn Vaughn

Class of 2020: Cody Markel, Josiah Sa’O, Ke’Shawn Vaughn, Andre Mintze, Jared Pinkney, Riley Neal, Austin Quillen, Braden Kopp, Cameron Tidd, Carlton Lorenz, Deuce Wallace, Drew Birchmeier, Elijah Hamilton, Gil Barksdale, Jamauri Wakefield, Kenny Hebert, Mo Hasan, Ryley Guay, Saige Young, Justice Shelton-Mosley, Samuel Oram-Jones, Devin Cochran, Caleb Peart, Joejuan Williams

2018 Texas Bowl
2016 Independence Bowl
Three straight victories over Tennessee
Win over No. 22 Missouri (Oct. 19, 2019)
More than 5,000 hours of community service
Community service legacy includes Turner’s Heroes, Dancing Dores, Second Spoon
Four All-Southeastern Conference recipients
One SEC Newcomer of the Year
Two NFL Draft picks
Four NFL rookie free agents
49 SEC Academic Honor Roll selections
Five NFF Hampshire Honor Society recipients
One two-time CoSIDA Academic All-District member
One Arthur Ashe Jr. Scholar-Athlete Award honoree


Men’s Golf

Class of 2020: John Augenstein, Mason Greenberg

2017 SEC Championship
Four NCAA Championship appearances
Three appearances in NCAA match play with two semifinal appearances
Two SEC Players of the Year
Four first-team All-Americans in the last four years, the only team in the nation to accomplish that
John Augenstein has three of 11 All-SEC selections
John Augenstein is one of eight GCAA All-America Scholar members
John Augenstein has two of seven individual championships
13 team championships

Women’s Golf

Abbey CarlsonClass of 2020: Abbey Carlson

Nine tournament team trophies
Single-season record of six team titles (2019)
NCAA Championship appearance (2019)
NCAA Regional team champions (2019, Auburn, Alabama)
NCAA Regional individual champion (2019)
Nine tournament team trophies
Single-season record of six team titles (2019)
Three individual tournament champions
Three All-Southeastern Conference selections
One All-America recipient
One WGCA All-America Scholar

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Class of 2020: Mattern Burnett, Gwyn Devin, Emily Mathewson, Madison Foglio, Lily Argyle

All four seniors headed to grad school
Won 28 games in three-plus seasons
Improved win total every season (six in 2017,  eight in 2018, 10 in 2019)
10 wins in 2019 was fifth-most in school history and most in nine years
Win over No. 10 Denver in 2020 was the program’s first win over a ranked opponent in six seasons

Soccer SEC Champions

Class of 2020: Nia Dorsey, Grace Jackson, Lauren Demarchi, Taiana Tolleson, Hannon Eberts, Caroline Saltmarsh, Leila Azari

2019 SEC East Division Championship is program’s first since 1997
2018 SEC Championship is program’s first since 1994
Three-straight NCAA Tournament Appearances
Hosted the first round of the NCAA Tournament for the first time since 2005
Two NCAA Tournament victories
Four-straight SEC Tournament appearances
Four-straight wins over Tennessee
Tied the third most wins in a season in 2018 with 16
Undefeated at home in 2018 (10-0-1)
Longest winning streak in program history with 13 (2018)
Longest unbeaten streak in program history with 16 (2018)
Most consecutive home wins in program history with 17 (2017-2018)
Set an attendance record Sept. 22, 2019 against Tennessee (1,193)
Highest national ranking in program history, No. 7 (10.23.18)
52 wins and 33 shutouts


Class of 2020: Nemo Sanchez, Sophie Halper, Paige Hamilton, Selah Peacock, Bre Thorne

Two SEC Community Service Team members
Four SEC Championship appearances
Program record in the 500 freestyle
12 total nods to SEC Academic Honor Roll
Active volunteers at Buena Vista Elementary School
Graduating with degrees in neuroscience (Halper), cognitive studies (Hamilton), communications (Peacock), Cinema and Media Arts (Sanchez) and human and organizational development (Thorne)

Men’s Tennis

Class of 2020: Billy Rowe, Panu Virtanen

Both seniors will be pursing grad school following graduation
All-American status
SEC Community Service Team
8x SEC Academic Honor Roll
Dean’s List Members
2018 and 2019 SEC Tournament Quarterfinals
Two NCAA Tournament appearances
55 team victories
Graduating with degrees in economics

Women’s Tennis

Class of 2020: Christina Rosca, Emma Kurtz

Back-to-back 2017 and 2018 SEC regular season and tournament champions
Three NCAA Tournament appearances
2018 NCAA Championship runner-ups
2017 NCAA Final Four appearance
All-American status
All-SEC honors
2019 and 2020 SEC Community Service Team
8x SEC Academic Honor Roll
77 team victories
Graduating with degrees in neuroscience (Rosca) and economics (Kurtz)