Alan Schulte, a native of Oneonta, NY., was one of the most solid golfers for the Monarchs in the 1980's. He won two conference championships and was the first Monarch golfer to qualify for the USGA national amateur championships.
Alan captured two Sun Belt Conference individual championships, winning back- to-back titles in 1984 and 1985. As a sophomore in 1983, he placed fourth at the Sun Belt Championships.
He won the Campbell and the ODU/Seascape Collegiate tournaments in 1983-84. As a team, he helped lead the Monarchs to three straight second place finishes at the Sun Belt Conference Championships in 1983, 84 and 85. The Monarchs finished second at the 1984-85 Virginia Intercollegiate State Championships and won the State title in 1983-84.
Alan finished eighth at the Marine Intercollegiates as a freshman in 1981-82. Schulte was named the team MVP in 1984 and shared the honor in 1985 with teammate Rick Schuller. Alan recorded stroke averages of 74.1 in 1984 and 73.6 in 1985. He graduated from Old Dominion University with a degree in business in 1985.