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Odessa College (Texas) head golf coach Paul Chavez was officially inducted into the Western Junior College Athletic Conference (WJCAC) Hall of Fame Monday evening at a home Wrangler basketball game vs. South Plains College. Coach Chavez is currently in his 16th season at Odessa and has led the program to two NJCAA national golf championships and multiple top five finishes. Coach Chavez joins James Segrest, Larry Johnson, Kathy Whitworth and Julian Pressley as past Odessa College honorees into the WJCAC Hall of Fame.
Photo Courtesy of the Odessa American Newspaper and photo editor Mark Sterkel
Thanks to Wayne Baker of Odessa College for passing along this report
ODESSA, Texas - Odessa College Golf Coach, Paul Chavez, has been selected by the NJCAA Golf Coaches Association to coach Team USA at the 2014 World University Golf Championships in Crans-Montana, Switzerland.
"I am truly honored to be selected as the Team USA coach for the 2014 World University Golf Championships," Chavez said.
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BURLINGTON, IOWA Odessa College's golf team took full advantage of its sneak peek of the NJCAA National Championship venue, using a strong second day to win the NJCAA National Preview at the Spirit Hollow Golf Course.
Thanks to Forrest Allen for this report
The Midland College golf team won their second team title of 2013 when they defeated a very small field at the 2013 Wes-Tex/New Mex Invitational Tournament. The one day event was played at the Gaines County Golf Course in Seminole, TX (par 72, 6615 yards).
Competing teams included New Mexico Junior College, New Mexico Military Institute and Western Texas College as well as the Midland College gold and Midland College green teams.
In their second appearance of the semester, the Midland College golf team played consistently well and came away with the team title in the 2013 High Country Shootout. The tournament was played at the Links @ Sierra Blanca (par 72, 6757 yards) in Ruidoso, NM.
The Chaparrals shot a 54-hole total score of 830 with scores of 272-275-283 (-34) to win the tournament championship over an eleven team field. The runner up was New Mexico Junior College who shot 278-280-281--839 who was followed by Ranger College, Odessa College and Dodge City Community College.