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Nicole Harris is in her fourth year as the assistant coach for the TCU women's golf program.
During her tenure on campus, the Horned Frogs have produced annual NCAA postseason appearances, an All-American (Brooke Tull), three Academic All-Americans and five All-Conference selections.
Harris came to TCU in January 2003 after working two years for the American Junior Golf Association (AJGA) in Braselton, Ga.
"Coach Harris has been a tremendous asset to our women's golf program, TCU coach Angie Ravaioli-Larkin said. "It has been awesome watching her confidence grow as a coach. She is definitely a 'go getter' and loves to create new and fun things for our players and recruits. Her enthusiasm for this team and for TCU shines everyday through her hard work, commitment and dedication."
Harris assists in recruiting both in the office and on the road, organizing day-to-day office operations and helping with team practices and workouts. Harris also served as assistant tournament director for the successful 2004 Conference USA Women's Golf Championships in Fort Worth.
In the 2005 spring season, Harris coached the TCU J.V. team to a pair of tournament titles as the Frogs won the Lady Rattler Hill Country Classic and the Hardin-Simmons Spring Golf Invite.
The native of Edmond, Okla., attended Western New Mexico University from 1996-1998 and Centenary College from 1998-2000. She graduated cum laude from Centenary in 2000 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in communications and professional writing. Harris lettered in golf all four years in college.
Following graduation, Harris received an internship opportunity with the American Junior Golf Association. Some of her job responsibilities included traveling to and setting up tournaments and acting as an on-site rules official.
Following her internship, Harris was hired full-time as the Manager of Tournament Administration. In that role, she selected the AJGA national tournament and qualifier fields. She was also in charge of the college coaching membership and helping coaches find golfers to recruit.
"This has been a great experience so far at TCU," Harris said. "I think what truly makes the TCU women's golf team unique is the bond that is formed between players."