SEASON REVIEW: UT Tyler excels throughout 2015-16 season

Thursday, July 14, 2016
by Wes Bloomquist |

TYLER – Celebrate and file the 2015-16 collegiate athletic year as one of continued domination by the University of Texas at Tyler’s 17 athletic programs with two NCAA Division III national championships, a national runner-up finish, 10 NCAA postseason appearances, eight American Southwest Conference Championships, 17 ASC individual champions, nine all-Americans, four academic all-Americans, 20 all-region performers, 93 all-conference selections and 106 academic all-conference honors.

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In total, UT Tyler competed in 328 games, meets and tournaments from Sept. 1, 2015 to May 30, 2016 when the softball team swept No. 11 Messiah College with a pair of 3-0 and 7-0 wins to earn the 2016 NCAA DIII National Championship just two days before Whitney Simmons unleashed a 59.13 mark to win the NCAA DIII National Championship in the hammer throw. The Patriot team sports amassed a staggering 210-68-5 record throughout the year while there were eight cross country meets won and eight golf tournament titles. Along the way, UT Tyler student-athletes gained national notoriety with Simmons earning a pair of all-American honors with superior performances at the NCAA DIII Indoor and Outdoor Championships, while Morgan Monzingo (women’s soccer), Chestley Strother (women’s soccer), Michelle Obach (women’s basketball), Stephanie Tutt (women’s golf), Laura Lindsey (women’s golf), Raven Rodriguez (softball) and Kelsie Batten (softball) securing all-America status. Batten and Lindsey became the first two student-athletes in UT Tyler history to earn all-America honors in all four years with Batten closing out her career with an ASC record of 118 wins and being named the National Softball Player of the Year. Simmons, who will return for her senior season next year, has already secured five all-America honors in her career.

UT Tyler won ASC team titles in men’s and women’s cross country, women’s basketball, men’s track & field, men’s and women’s tennis, women’s golf and baseball while individual championships were won by Morgan Loth (golf), Simmons (field), Brittany Brunson (track, cross country), Krista Painter (track), Conner Benson (track), Keiundas Wade (field), Matt Godwin (field), Aaron Hurd (track), Miles Zeolrlin (track), Ali Yazdanshenas (field) and Matthew Markert (cross country).

Coined, and proven, as Champions Territory, the UT Tyler campus hosted a total of 176 events throughout the year which includes nine postseason tournaments and 37 neutral-site contests. The Patriots were an astonishing 119-18-2 in team sports at home, while the men’s and women’s cross country teams won ASC titles on their home course and the women’s basketball team won the ASC Championship on the Herrington Patriot Center court. The basketball team, which ran through the ASC with a 15-0 record and had a program-record 22-game winning streak, also hosted the regional tournament and advanced to the Sweet 16 with an 80-58 win over Claremont-Mudd-Scripps in their final home game of the year.

Home domination was highlighted by the women’s basketball team which went 16-0 on its home court and finished the season with a program-best 30-2 record and the first trip to the Elite 8 in program history after earning an 81-77 overtime win over No. 2 George Fox in the Sweet 16. The men’s soccer team was 8-0-2 at home and won the ASC regular-season championship, while the women’s soccer team went 11-0 at home and secured the program’s first-ever ASC regular-season championship and finished the year at 17-1-2 and its second straight trip to the NCAA tournament. The Patriot softball team was 22-2 at home, including five NCAA tournament wins at Suddenlink Field en route to a 49-5 overall record and the national championship. The final game played at home came with the Patriots dogpiling after earning a 2-0 win over Linfield to win the NCAA DIII Tyler Super Regional. The men’s and women’s golf teams both won their home tournament in the fall and would advance to the national tournament, while the men’s basketball team was 8-3 at home and volleyball went 6-4 in a season where they would go 20-12 and advance to the postseason.

The women’s golf team won six of 10 tournaments that it played in throughout the year and would finish as the national runner-up for the second time in program history at the NCAA DIII National Championship on May 12. The team, which included four-time all-America selection Laura Lindsey, was led at the national tournament by Stephanie Tutt who finished fifth and earned all-America honors in her sophomore season after also winning the UT Tyler Al Jones Memorial Invitational in the fall. Morgan Loth won the ASC individual championship in mid-April to lead the Patriots to their third straight conference title, while the men’s and women’s tennis teams both won their third straight ASC title. The men would clinch their eighth title in program history on the Texas Dallas courts, while the women’s team won its eighth ASC championship on its home court to compete a year where it went 15-0 at home.

The baseball team won its second straight ASC Championship and fifth in program history after rolling through the ASC tournament as the fourth seed, culminating in a 5-2 finals win over Hardin-Simmons on May 14 on the Cowboys’ home field. UT Tyler would earn a 4-3 win over No. 14 Cal Lutheran and a 6-4 victory over No. 18 Whitworth in the Spokane Regional before seeing their magical postseason run end. The men’s golf program advanced to its fifth straight NCAA DIII national tournament after earning an at-large bid and securing all-region selections from seniors Buddy Hallman and Alex Trivanovich - who finished tied for fourth at the ASC tournament.

Simmons was named the region’s Field Athlete of the Year after winning nine meets in the hammer throw, culminating with a personal record and national championship throw of 59.13 meters in Waverly, Iowa. Simmons also won the Marc Randle Classic, War Hawk Classic, Trinity Open, SFA Carl Knight Invitational, East Texas Invite, ASC Championship, Longhorn Invitational, North Central College Dr. Keeler Invitational and before the NCAA DIII National Championship. The softball team’s national championship season included a program-record 33-game winning streak and 27 shutouts. Led by a cast of seven seniors who went 187-22 over their four years in Tyler, the Patriots outscored their opponents by a 362-59 margin throughout the 2016 season.

UT Tyler’s long list of success also includes securing six regular-season ASC championships in men’s and women’s soccer, men’s and women’s tennis, women’s basketball and softball. Development of the programs doesn’t just happen and leadership was rewarded with Dr. Howard Patterson being named the Under Armour DIII Athletics Director of the Year, Chris Bizot earning ASC Men’s Tennis Coach of the Year, Kendra Hassell being recognized as the South Region Coach of the Year and ASC Coach of the Year, Bob Hepler earning ASC Men’s Track & Field and Cross Country Coach of the Year honors, Grant Spencer securing ASC Women’s Golf and Cross Country Coach of the Year, Kenny Jones winning ASC Men’s Soccer Coach of the Year and Stefani Webb earning NSCAA West Region and ASC Coach of the Year honors. Mike Reed, who led the UT Tyler softball team to the NCAA DIII Championship, was named the ASC Coach of the Year and then the NFCA National Coaching Staff of the Year.

Historically speaking, UT Tyler has eight national championships on its resume, 139 ASC titles and 127 all-Americans. Not a single program had a losing season in 2015-16 and we’re already looking forward to more success in 2016-17 season.

Below are quotes from UT Tyler head coaches reflecting on last season and looking ahead to next year’s potential.


Mike Reed – Softball (Entering 13th season)
“I will never forget the joy on the faces of the players when they made that last out to win a national championship. To see them get validation for all their hard work was what every coach wishes for their team. This team showed so much growth from the beginning to to end. We started the season with the number 1ranking and all the pressure that comes with that. We didn't play well early but the team continued to work and come together as a group and not individuals.  Winning the NFCA lead-off Classic was when we really saw how special this team could be. Their growth on then field came from their growth as a team. Our program goals and expectations have been the same for several years and will not change for next year. I think most people will focus on the terrific seniors that graduated this year and not give enough credit to the group we have coming back. I am excited the 16-17 to start its journey.”

Grant Spencer – Women’s Golf & Cross Country (Entering 4th season)
“I am most proud of the determination of our mostly new lineup to want to continue the high level of play that we have had over the last few years.  My lasting memory will be having four girls winning individual tournaments including a conference champion. Our team did develop from some poor play in our first tournament of the year to a strong national contender by year’s end. Each individual player made personal advancements in their games over the year for this to happen. I would define our program as one of the best all around women’s golf programs in the country.  Each new year I look forward to getting to know the new players and challenging every player to keep improving.” 

Kendra Hassell – Women’s Basketball (Entering 2nd season)
“I am extremely proud of how quickly our team adjusted to a new system. They were very coachable and did a great job of working together to create chemistry and unity on and off the court. I am also proud of the mental toughness and maturity our team showed throughout the season. The way they fought to overcome adversity against George Fox in the Sweet 16 will be a lasting memory for me. Our team demonstrated immense growth from the start of the season to the end. The players continued to improve individually, but the team also developed more chemistry and eventually recognized their ability to play at a fast pace. We have a team that is highly motivated and they brought a great work ethic and competitiveness to practice each day. It was this consistent effort that helped us to play our best basketball at the end of the season. We have a very experienced group that is hungry and driven. I’m looking forward to seeing how they bounce back after a disappointing loss in the Elite 8. I know they have high expectations and it will be exciting to see what we are able to accomplish with this group next season.”

Kenny Jones – Men’s Soccer (Entering 15th season)
“I was most proud of our returners for really investing in the new players and helping them with their transition and understand the standards of our program.  They had a plan and executed it very well with all of the younger guys.  It definitely helped get us on the same page early in the year and propelled us to the end. I would say we are healthy.  By that I mean our culture is good.  Our guys have done a great job with upholding and enhancing our standards on and off the field. The guys really work at living out our core values and mission statement. We have strong team chemistry and our team leadership amongst the players is great.  I am looking forward to seeing our returners continue to grow and mature into manhood and influence all the incoming players in a positive and winner’s way.”

Stefani Webb – Women’s Soccer (Entering 12th season)
“I am most proud of our 2015-2016 season not just because we were so successful on the field, losing one game on the year and tying the second place team in the country twice, but more for the family we became.  This was a special group of young women that competed so hard for each other and really set a new bar for the program both on and off the field. This team really had a tremendous run all year.  We were undefeated until the last week of the season and just kept finding new ways to win throughout the season.  The team truly bought into the process of becoming great and worked every single day to get better and that truly was a key to our success. We know we graduated a lot of talent and the ASC keeps getting better and better.  Looking across the conference, it is going to be an extremely tight race all year this year.  I am excited for our newcomers and the passion they have to be here and I was so impressed with our returning players and the work they put in this spring. We combine a great wealth of young talent with a group that is hungry.” 

Bob Hepler – Cross Country/Track & Field (Entering 12th season)
“The 2015-16 track season will be remembered as the year of Whitney Simmons. The junior five time All American brought home the program's second NCAA individual championship by winning the hammer throw with the sixth longest throw in NCAA D3 history.  Her hard work combined with the passionate coaching of Chris Stonestreet, otherwise known as the best coach in the USA, lead to the victory.  The season also saw the men's team win its fourth straight ASC title with the women’s team finishing second. The team was lead by a slew of all conference athletes in Rebekah Groth, Brittany Brunson, Krista Painter, Whitney Simmons and Holly Nohavitza. The 2016-17 season promises to be even more successful as a strong incoming class combined with a ton of top returners should lead to an even more impressive year.” 

Craig McConnell – Men’s Golf (2014-16)
“We had some great performances throughout the year claiming a couple of tiles and posting the fourth best scoring average in school history. Every guy on the roster competed in the lineup for at least an event, which shows the depth our program has from top to bottom.” 

Jamon Copeland – Men’s Basketball (Entering 4th season)
“I am proud of how we protected our home court throughout the season, beating a nationally ranked opponent for the first time in program history.  My lasting memory from this past season is going to be all of the relationships that were formed throughout the year. Our growth as a team last season was attributed to our players’ ability to focus on the process of becoming the best version of themselves daily. We are a program that is hungry to do something that has never been done in program history (win a conference championship). Every season is a new journey in and of itself.  I am really looking forward to going on this journey with some great young men.”

Lyndsay Mashe – Volleyball (Entering 1st season)
“I was happy with how spring practice went. Our kids worked hard to get better and I think we accomplished a lot during that time. I am extremely excited about our incoming class and look forward to doing great things next season.”

No. 23 Ranking in Learfield Sports Directors Cup (323 total)

2 NCAA Division III National Championships
Whitney Simmons (Hammer Throw)

1 NCAA Division III National Runner-Up
Women’s Golf

2 NCAA Division III Regional Championships
Women’s Basketball

10 NCAA Division III Postseason Appearances
Men’s Cross Country
Men’s Tennis
Men's Golf
Women's Golf
Women’s Basketball
Women’s Cross Country
Women’s Soccer
Women’s Tennis

8 American Southwest Conference Titles
Women’s Cross Country
Men’s Cross Country
Women’s Basketball
Men’s Track & Field
Women’s Tennis
Men’s Tennis
Women’s Golf

6 ASC Regular-Season Titles
Men’s Soccer
Men’s Tennis
Women’s Basketball
Women’s Soccer
Women’s Tennis

17 ASC Individual Champions
Morgan Loth (Women’s Golf), Whitney Simmons (Hammer, Discus), Brittany Brunson (Steeplechase, 1,500 meters, Cross Country), Krista Painter (5,000; 10,000 meters), Conner Benson (5,000; 10,000 meters), Keiundas Wade (Shot Put, Discus); Matt Godwin (Javelin), Aaron Hurd (800 meters, Steeplechase), Miles Zeolrlin (1,500 meters), Matthew Markert (Cross Country)

14 ASC Championship Appearances
Women's Cross Country
Women's Tennis
Men's Golf
Women's Golf
Women's Soccer
Women's Cross Country
Men's Cross Country
Men's Soccer
Men's Tennis
Men's Track & Field
Women's Track & Field

9 All-America Honors
Whitney Simmons – Outdoor Track & Field
Hammer Throw National Champion

Morgan Monzingo – Women’s Soccer
NSCAA All-America

Chestley Strother – Women’s Soccer
NSCAA All-America

Michelle Obach – Women’s Basketball
WBCA All-America

Whitney Simmons – Indoor Track & Field
5th-Place Weight Throw

Stephanie Tutt – Women’s Golf
WGCA All-America

Laura Lindsey – Women’s Golf
WGCA All-America

Raven Rodriguez – Softball
NFCA All-America

Kelsie Batten – Softball
NFCA All-America

4 Academic All-America honors
Laurel Boyd - Women's Soccer
Raven Rodriguez - Softball
Vanessa Carrizales - Softball
Jackie Mendez - Softball

20 All-Region Performers
Melissa Miller (Women’s Soccer), Morgan Monzingo (Women’s Soccer), Chestley Strother (Women’s Soccer), Nikki Gordon (Women’s Soccer), Michelle Obach (Women’s Basketball), Buddy Hallman (Men’s Golf), Alex Trivanovich (Men’s Golf), Kelsie Batten (Softball), Raven Rodriguez (Softball), Kaylee Prather (Softball), KK Stevens (Softball), Vanessa Carrizales (Softball), Trenton Buchhorn (Baseball), Alex Bishop (Baseball), Leandro Cid-Fernandez (Men’s Soccer), Lucas Pereira (Men’s Soccer), Trevor Self (Men’s Soccer), Laura Lindsey (Women’s Golf), Daniel Budd (Men’s Tennis), Arthur Fagundes (Men’s Tennis).

NFCA National Player of the Year
Kelsie Batten – Softball

USTFCCCA West Region Field Athlete of the Year
Whitney Simmons – Field Events (Hammer)

ASC Pitcher of the Year
Kelsie Batten – Softball

ASC Player of the Year
Raven Rodriguez - Softball 
Daniel Budd - Men's Tennis (East MVP)
Michelle Obach - Women's Basketball (East)

ASC Track Championship High Point Athlete
Conner Benson – Men’s Track & Field

ASC Field Athlete of the Year
Keiundas Wade –  Men’s Track & Field
Whitney Simmons – Women’s Track & Field

5 ASC Distinguished Scholar Athletes
Conner Benson (Track & Field), Frankie Fischer (Men’s Tennis), Michelle Obach (Women’s Basketball), Krista Painter (Track & Field), Raven Rodriguez (Softball)

2 Scholar-Athlete Medal of Honor
Vanessa Carrizales – Softball
Matthew Markert – Cross Country

ASC Offensive Player of the Year
Morgan Monzingo – Women’s Soccer

ASC Defensive Player of the Year
Melissa Miller – Women’s Soccer

ASC Midfielder of the Year
Chestley Strother – Women’s Soccer
Leandro Cid-Fernandez – Men’s Soccer

ASC Freshman of the Year
Lucas Pereira – Men’s Soccer
Aaron Hurd – Men’s Track & Field
Pablo Gomez - Men's Tennis
Alexandra McKissick - Women's Tennis

ASC Newcomer of the Year
Arthur Fagundes - Men's Tennis


Leadership Honors

Dr. Howard Patterson – Athletics Director
Under Armour Athletics Directors of the Year

Chris Bizot – Tennis
ASC Men’s Tennis Coach of the Year

Kendra Hassell – Women’s Basketball
ASC Coach of the Year
D3hoops South Region Coach of Year

Bob Hepler – Cross Country/Track & Field
ASC Men’s Cross Country Coach of the Year
ASC Men’s Track & Field Coach of the Year

Kenny Jones – Men’s Soccer
ASC Coach of the Year

Mike Reed – Softball
NFCA National Coach of the Year
NFCA West Region Coach of the Year
ASC Coach of the Year

Grant Spencer – Cross Country/Women’s Golf
ASC Women’s Cross Country Coach of the Year
ASC Women’s Golf Coach of the Year

Stefani Webb – Women’s Soccer
NSCAA West Region Coach of the Year
ASC Coach of the Year

93 All-ASC Selections
Women’s Basketball:
Michelle Obach (1), Makenzi May (1), D'Onna Matthews (HM), Alex Kochner (HM); Baseball: Trenton Buchhorn (1), Cason Adams (1), Alex Bishop (2), Graham Welch (2), Sam Lane (2), Blake Wilson (HM), Reese Read (HM), Michael Blevins (HM), Brady McCoy (HM); Men's Basketball: Anthony Gonzales (2nd), Demarcus Metcalf (HM); Men’s Cross Country: Matthew Markert, Conner Benson, Steven Harvey, Justin Tokuz, Andrew Hernandez, Ryan McKelvey, Miles Zeolrlin; (Golf): Buddy Hallman, Alex Trivanovich, George Toone; Men’s Tennis: Daniel Budd, Arthur Fagundes, Ryan Elwood, Frankie Fischer, Jose McIntyre, Joey Fischer; Men’s Soccer: Trevor Self (1), Leandro Cid-Fernandez (1), Lucas Pereira (1), Chris Stamm (2), Ryan Brinda (2); Men’s Track & Field: Aaron Hurd, Conner Benson, Tyler Campbell, Logan Houser, Zach Richardson, Jake Davidson, Keiundas Wade, Ali Yazdanshenas, Matt Godwin, Gabriel Perez, Tristan Moore, Alexander Lewis; Women’s Cross Country: Brittany Brunson, Bethany Cox, Rachel Willis, Paige Maly, Lauren Halliday, Krista Painter, Amy Wyatt; Women’s Golf: Morgan Loth, Laura Lindsey, Stephanie Tutt, Taylor Denton; Women’s Soccer: Laurel Boyd (1), Melissa Miller (1), Morgan Monzingo (1), Kayla Akin (1), Chestley Strother (1), Nikki Gordon (1), Meagan Stewart (1); Softball: Raven Rodriguez (1), Kelsie Batten (1), Kaylee Prather (1), Kelsie Batten (1), KK Stevens (1), Alaina Kissinger (1), Vanessa Carrizales (1), Jackie Mendez (2), Kristin Lopez (2), Jade Green (HM); Women’s Tennis: Alexandra McKissick, Nicole Musngi, Lauren Kuhn, Kaitlyn Huskey, Mary Alice Blacketer, Tori Musngi, Janae Warren; Women’s Track & Field: Rebekah Groth, Brittany Brunson, Krista Painter, Whitney Simmons, Holly Nohavitza; Volleyball: Rebecca Floyd (E1), Courtney Criswell (E1), Brieanne Brown (E2), Samantha Lee (E2), Rachael Harvey (E2)

106 ASC All-Academic

(Baseball): Travis Payne, Connor Green, Sam Lane, Tyler Stallings, Cason Adams, Ben Romines, Cade Suggs, Alex Bishop, Nate Imig, Chris Stodolka; (Men’s Basketball): Demarcus Metcalf, Joey Cuervo, Latigo Collins, Dadrian Taylor; (Men’s Cross Country): Matthew Markert, Conner Benson, Steven Harvey, Justin Tokuz, Andrew Hernandez, Ryan McKelvey, Miles Zeolrlin; (Men’s Golf): Buddy Hallman, George Toone, Ben Perkins; (Men’s Tennis): Frankie Fischer, Jacob Van Der Schans, Daniel Budd, Jack Puckey, Cameron McCarthy, Alexander Free, Joey Fischer; (Men’s Track & Field): Conner Benson, Brian Funderburke, Matt Roe, Greg Cawthon, Ali Yazdanshenas; (Women’s Track & Field): Whitney Simmons, Brittany Brunson, Bethany Cox, Mari Rodriguez, Katherine Barthel, Kara Bradshaw, Holly Nohavitza, Morgan Carevic, Krista Painter, Amy Wyatt; (Women’s Tennis): Janae Warren, Nicole Musngi, Tori Musngi; (Softball): Jackie Mendez, Mel Hinojosa, Vanessa Carrizales, Kelsie Batten, Raven Rodriguez, KK Stevens, Lexi Ackroyd, Emilee Burkhardt; (Women’s Golf): Laura Lindsey, Morgan Loth, Stephanie Tutt; (Women’s Basketball): Michelle Obach, Khadijah Evans, Makenzi May, Hunter Woolridge, Gerardo Viera, Conner Benson, Matthew Markert; (Men’s Soccer): Austin Fletcher, Trevor Self, Cody Fielden, Leandro Cid-Fernandez, John McGuffin, Jason Weed, Sebastian Delgado; (Women’s Cross Country): Brittany Brunson, Bethany Cox, Krista Painter, Morgan Carevic, Kara Bradshaw, Lauren Halliday, Holly Nohavitza, Rachel Willis, Amy Wyatt; (Women’s Soccer): Melissa Miller, Meagan Stewart, Morgan Monzingo, Nikki Gordon, Kayla Akin, Laurel Boyd, Kelly Van Heule, Alex Yzaguirre, Shelby Valdepena, Devyn Martin, Brittany Matthews, Caroline Williams, Caitlyn Mortus, Hanna Fischer, Taylor Tarsi, Jessica L’Hoste, Carly Choate; (Volleyball): Courtney Criswell, Shabronda Prox, Rebecca Floyd, Rebekah Maner, Amanda Colegrove, Brianne Brown.

71 ASC Player of the Week Selections

Women’s Basketball: Michelle Obach (11/23, 12/21, 1/4, 2/22); Makenzi May (11/30, 1/18, 2/1, 2/8); Baseball: Cason Adams (3/21), Nate Imig (3/28), Trenton Buchhorn (2/29), Alex Bishop (5/2); Men’s Basketball: Anthony Gonzales (12/7); Demarcus Metcalf (1/4); Men’s Cross Country: Conner Benson (9/7, 9/14); Men’s Golf: Buddy Hallman (10/14); Brandon Rougeau (10/14); Men’s Soccer: Brandon Morris (10/5 - Offensive); John McGuffin (10/12 - Defensive); Leandro Cid-Fernandez (10-26 - Offensive); Leandro Cid-Fernandez (11/2  - Offensive); Men’s Tennis: Daniel Budd (2/10, 3/29), Arthur Fagundes (2/23, 4/19), Jose McIntyre (3/15), Ryan Elwood (4/5), Joey Fischer (4/12); Men’s Track & Field: Keiundas Wade (2/23, 3/8, 3/29); Jake Davidson (4/12); Matt Godwin (4/19); Women’s Cross Country: Brittany Brunson (9/7), Brittany Brunson (9/14), Brittany Brunson (9/21); Women’s Golf: Laura Lindsey (9/16, 10/14, 2/24, 4/6); Stephanie Tutt (9/30); Taylor Denton (4/13); Women’s Soccer: Chestley Strother (9/14 - Offensive); Brittany Matthews (9/21 - Offensive); Shelby Valdepena (9/21 - Defensive); Melissa Miller (10/5 - Defensive); Caroline Williams (10/12 - Defensive); Melissa Miller (11/2 – Defensive); Softball: Kelsie Batten (2/19, 2/16, 2/29, 3/7, 3/28, 4/4); Alaina Kissinger (3/14), Raven Rodriguez (3/7), Kristin Lopez (3/21), Jade Green (4/25); Women’s Tennis: Mary Alice Blacketer (2/10, 3/29), Lauren Kuhn (2/23), Nicole Musngi (3/1), Janae Warren (3/8), Alexandra McKissick (4/5); Women’s Track & Field: Whitney Simmons (2/23, 3/8, 3/29, 4/12, 4/19); Volleyball: Courtney Criswell (10/27 - Defensive)