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Men’s Golf

From ace player to coach
Humans of TAMIU, Men's Golf, Sports

From ace player to coach

From ace player to coach By Cristian AlardinBridge contributing writerPublished Friday, Feb. 4, 2022 He was the 2019 Southern Texas PGA Amateur of the Year and now he’s preparing the Dustdevils golf team for victory in the upcoming spring championships. New assistant coach and former Dustdevils golf player Parker Holekamp, could be the catalyst the Dustdevils need. Phoebe Chavez | BridgeAssistant coach and former Dustdevils golf player Parker Holecamp stays with TAMIU. “[The transition from coach to player] was pretty easy,” Holecamp said. “I’ve always had an eye with what people were doing with their own golf games because I was an accomplished player. It made it easier to see what other people needed help with.” With the experience Holekamp garnered since high school g...
Golf team works to keep safe
Men's Golf, Sports, Women's Golf

Golf team works to keep safe

Golf team works to keep safe By Eric PeraltaBridge contributing writerPublished Wednesday, May 5, 2021 As pandemic concerns continue, the TAMIU golf team follows policies to keep its athletes safe. Redshirt sophomore Yuliana Yapur, of Morelos, Mexico, plays on the Texas A&M International University women's golf team. The team is led by coach Rudy Gonzalez, who oversees both golf teams. courtesy godustdevils.comGolf coach Rudy Gonzalez “For our practice, we now are separated from the men's team,” Yapur said. “This means that while the men's team goes out to play nine [or] 18 holes, the women stay, putting or at the range hitting balls and vice versa. “For competitions, we used to play with other schools in the same group. Now we play our rounds of 18 or 36 holes with ...
Sports games a no go; TAMIU athletics continue
Baseball, Men's Golf, Softball, Sports

Sports games a no go; TAMIU athletics continue

Sports games a no go; TAMIU athletics continue By David Gomez Jr.Editor-in-chiefPublished Monday, April 27, 2020 Dustdevils athletics ceased games and practices due to the coronavirus pandemic, but that is not stopping the department from continuing to recruit, train and be ready to play at any moment.  With Texas A&M International University on lock down, spring sports programs such as golf, baseball and softball were cancelled for the remainder of the semester. That speed bump did not completely stop the work the Athletics Department continues to do on a daily basis. “With the majority of our staff and coaches working from home, our coaches are spending most of their time recruiting over the phone and evaluating video of potential recruits,” Athletics Director Griz ...
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