Hustle Points: 6/7
Published: Wednesday, June 6, 2012
Updated: Wednesday, June 6, 2012 16:06
Trimble leaves program, accepts head coaching job at Louisville
Courtney Trimble has accepted the head coaching job for future Big East-foe Louisville, ending her three-year tenure with the Knights.
“Working at UCF has been so enjoyable,” Trimble said in a release. “I am so thankful that UCF provided me with the opportunity to be a head coach for the first time.”
Trimble played a prominent role in growth for the Knights during her tenure, most recently taking UCF to an NCAA Regional in 2012.
“We appreciate Courtney’s contributions to our program and wish her well,” athletics director Todd Stansbury said in a release. “The UCF women’s golf program is poised for more success in the future.”
Trio of Knights recognized by GCAA
Brad Schneider, Ricardo Gouveia and Jose Joia have been recognized by the Golf Coaches Association of America with PING All-Southeast Region honors. Collectively, the three golfers led the way for a program that reached the NCAA Championship last week, the fifth such appearance in school history.
The three Knights are among a total of 155 players nationally that were recognized by the GCAA.
UCF rower recognized as All-American
Senior Chelsey Lauzon was recognized by the Collegiate Rowing Coaches Association on Tuesday as a second team All-American as part of the 2012 Pocock Awards. The awards recognize outstanding performances of rowers and coxswains on the national level in women’s collegiate rowing.
Lauzon is the second Knight to earn All-American honors.
The recognition is nothing new for Lauzon. At this year’s Conference USA Championships, Lauzon was named to the All-Conference team for the third consecutive year.
Trio of Knights lead U-19 team to Florida State Cup
Noel Crane, Allie Gerry and Tyler Law, all members of the UCF women’s soccer team, recently led the Clay County Soccer Club’s Sol U-19 team to the FYSA U-19 State Cup championship in Auburndale.
The victory was an experience bolstered by being able to do so with some of their UCF teammates.
Now, the club will advance to the Region III Southern Championships in June.
“I feel very honored and privileged to be able to go to a fifth region III championship and compete against some of the best players in the country,” Crane said in a release. “I can’t wait.”
—Compiled by Steven Ryzewski