TCU Hires Women's Golf Assistant Coach
Jan. 21, 2003
FORT WORTH, Texas - TCU head women's golf coach Angie Ravaioli-Larkin has announced the hiring of Nicole Harris as the program's second-ever assistant coach. Harris comes to TCU after working two years for the American Junior Golf Association (AJGA) in Braselton, Ga.
"I am very fortunate to hire such a talented assistant coach for our program," Ravaioli-Larkin said. "Nicole adds a whole new dimension to our recruiting, which will prove to be a huge benefit for the future of our program. She has already proven to be an extremely hard worker and is dedicated to helping our team reach all of its goals. The players and I are very excited to have Coach Harris on our team."
The native of Edmond, Okla., attended Western New Mexico University from 1996-1998 and Centenary College from 1998-2000. She graduated from Centenary in 2000 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communications and Professional Writing. Harris played golf all four years in college.
Following graduation, she 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, she was hired full-time as the Manager of Tournament Administration. In that role, Harris selected the AJGA national tournament and qualifier fields. She also was in charge of the college coaching membership and ultimately helped collegiate coaches find golfers to recruit.
"I was able to work with the top junior golfers in the world at the AJGA and I am very excited to begin recruiting those players for TCU," Harris said. "I am extremely eager to get started and be a part of the great golfing tradition here at TCU."