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UTPA women’s golf coach fired

UTPA women’s golf coach fired

Former UTPA women’s golf Coach, Ofelia Lopez, was fired Aug. 8 after an investigation revealed that she stole $750 from the University. The money was supposed to be used for a golf tournament, but Lopez kept the money to pay off bills.

The check was made back in April by UTPA Athletics and was given to Lopez so she could pay the entry fee for the Western Athletic Conference golf tournament April 25-27.

According to The Monitor, Lopez created a fake McAllen police report shortly after the check was cashed. She claimed that her purse and money was stolen from a restaurant April 28.

UTPA asked her about the money when they received a letter for an unpaid fee from the WAC. Police questioned her and she confessed to using the money to pay unpaid bills.

Lopez was under contract until June 2015, which gave UTPA a chance to terminate her contract due to the conduct policies she violated. She can face up one year in jail for a Class A misdemeanor theft.

At the is time there is no comment from UTPA or Athletic Director Chris King on the situation.

Passing of a UTPA legend

Passing of a UTPA legend

Former UTPA women’s golf Coach, Ofelia Lopez, was fired Aug. 8 after an investigation revealed that she stole $750 from the University. The money was supposed to be used for a golf tournament, but Lopez kept the money to pay off bills.

The check was made back in April by UTPA Athletics and was given to Lopez so she could pay the entry fee for the Western Athletic Conference golf tournament April 25-27.

According to The Monitor, Lopez created a fake McAllen police report shortly after the check was cashed. She claimed that her purse and money was stolen from a restaurant April 28.

UTPA asked her about the money when they received a letter for an unpaid fee from the WAC. Police questioned her and she confessed to using the money to pay unpaid bills.

Lopez was under contract until June 2015, which gave UTPA a chance to terminate her contract due to the conduct policies she violated. She can face up one year in jail for a Class A misdemeanor theft.

At the is time there is no comment from UTPA or Athletic Director Chris King on the situation.

UTPA to host WAC Cross Country Championship in Palm View

UTPA to host WAC Cross Country Championship in Palm View

Former UTPA women’s golf Coach, Ofelia Lopez, was fired Aug. 8 after an investigation revealed that she stole $750 from the University. The money was supposed to be used for a golf tournament, but Lopez kept the money to pay off bills.

The check was made back in April by UTPA Athletics and was given to Lopez so she could pay the entry fee for the Western Athletic Conference golf tournament April 25-27.

According to The Monitor, Lopez created a fake McAllen police report shortly after the check was cashed. She claimed that her purse and money was stolen from a restaurant April 28.

UTPA asked her about the money when they received a letter for an unpaid fee from the WAC. Police questioned her and she confessed to using the money to pay unpaid bills.

Lopez was under contract until June 2015, which gave UTPA a chance to terminate her contract due to the conduct policies she violated. She can face up one year in jail for a Class A misdemeanor theft.

At the is time there is no comment from UTPA or Athletic Director Chris King on the situation.

Heading home

Heading home

Former UTPA women’s golf Coach, Ofelia Lopez, was fired Aug. 8 after an investigation revealed that she stole $750 from the University. The money was supposed to be used for a golf tournament, but Lopez kept the money to pay off bills.

The check was made back in April by UTPA Athletics and was given to Lopez so she could pay the entry fee for the Western Athletic Conference golf tournament April 25-27.

According to The Monitor, Lopez created a fake McAllen police report shortly after the check was cashed. She claimed that her purse and money was stolen from a restaurant April 28.

UTPA asked her about the money when they received a letter for an unpaid fee from the WAC. Police questioned her and she confessed to using the money to pay unpaid bills.

Lopez was under contract until June 2015, which gave UTPA a chance to terminate her contract due to the conduct policies she violated. She can face up one year in jail for a Class A misdemeanor theft.

At the is time there is no comment from UTPA or Athletic Director Chris King on the situation.

A gripping alternative

A gripping alternative

Former UTPA women’s golf Coach, Ofelia Lopez, was fired Aug. 8 after an investigation revealed that she stole $750 from the University. The money was supposed to be used for a golf tournament, but Lopez kept the money to pay off bills.

The check was made back in April by UTPA Athletics and was given to Lopez so she could pay the entry fee for the Western Athletic Conference golf tournament April 25-27.

According to The Monitor, Lopez created a fake McAllen police report shortly after the check was cashed. She claimed that her purse and money was stolen from a restaurant April 28.

UTPA asked her about the money when they received a letter for an unpaid fee from the WAC. Police questioned her and she confessed to using the money to pay unpaid bills.

Lopez was under contract until June 2015, which gave UTPA a chance to terminate her contract due to the conduct policies she violated. She can face up one year in jail for a Class A misdemeanor theft.

At the is time there is no comment from UTPA or Athletic Director Chris King on the situation.

Cross-country, track looking for something new

Cross-country, track looking for something new

Former UTPA women’s golf Coach, Ofelia Lopez, was fired Aug. 8 after an investigation revealed that she stole $750 from the University. The money was supposed to be used for a golf tournament, but Lopez kept the money to pay off bills.

The check was made back in April by UTPA Athletics and was given to Lopez so she could pay the entry fee for the Western Athletic Conference golf tournament April 25-27.

According to The Monitor, Lopez created a fake McAllen police report shortly after the check was cashed. She claimed that her purse and money was stolen from a restaurant April 28.

UTPA asked her about the money when they received a letter for an unpaid fee from the WAC. Police questioned her and she confessed to using the money to pay unpaid bills.

Lopez was under contract until June 2015, which gave UTPA a chance to terminate her contract due to the conduct policies she violated. She can face up one year in jail for a Class A misdemeanor theft.

At the is time there is no comment from UTPA or Athletic Director Chris King on the situation.

Fosdick heads to rogers

Fosdick heads to rogers

Former UTPA women’s golf Coach, Ofelia Lopez, was fired Aug. 8 after an investigation revealed that she stole $750 from the University. The money was supposed to be used for a golf tournament, but Lopez kept the money to pay off bills.

The check was made back in April by UTPA Athletics and was given to Lopez so she could pay the entry fee for the Western Athletic Conference golf tournament April 25-27.

According to The Monitor, Lopez created a fake McAllen police report shortly after the check was cashed. She claimed that her purse and money was stolen from a restaurant April 28.

UTPA asked her about the money when they received a letter for an unpaid fee from the WAC. Police questioned her and she confessed to using the money to pay unpaid bills.

Lopez was under contract until June 2015, which gave UTPA a chance to terminate her contract due to the conduct policies she violated. She can face up one year in jail for a Class A misdemeanor theft.

At the is time there is no comment from UTPA or Athletic Director Chris King on the situation.

38 Broncs earn Academic All-Western Athletic Conference

38 Broncs earn Academic All-Western Athletic Conference

Former UTPA women’s golf Coach, Ofelia Lopez, was fired Aug. 8 after an investigation revealed that she stole $750 from the University. The money was supposed to be used for a golf tournament, but Lopez kept the money to pay off bills.

The check was made back in April by UTPA Athletics and was given to Lopez so she could pay the entry fee for the Western Athletic Conference golf tournament April 25-27.

According to The Monitor, Lopez created a fake McAllen police report shortly after the check was cashed. She claimed that her purse and money was stolen from a restaurant April 28.

UTPA asked her about the money when they received a letter for an unpaid fee from the WAC. Police questioned her and she confessed to using the money to pay unpaid bills.

Lopez was under contract until June 2015, which gave UTPA a chance to terminate her contract due to the conduct policies she violated. She can face up one year in jail for a Class A misdemeanor theft.

At the is time there is no comment from UTPA or Athletic Director Chris King on the situation.

First baseman goes from Broncos to Broncs

First baseman goes from Broncos to Broncs

Former UTPA women’s golf Coach, Ofelia Lopez, was fired Aug. 8 after an investigation revealed that she stole $750 from the University. The money was supposed to be used for a golf tournament, but Lopez kept the money to pay off bills.

The check was made back in April by UTPA Athletics and was given to Lopez so she could pay the entry fee for the Western Athletic Conference golf tournament April 25-27.

According to The Monitor, Lopez created a fake McAllen police report shortly after the check was cashed. She claimed that her purse and money was stolen from a restaurant April 28.

UTPA asked her about the money when they received a letter for an unpaid fee from the WAC. Police questioned her and she confessed to using the money to pay unpaid bills.

Lopez was under contract until June 2015, which gave UTPA a chance to terminate her contract due to the conduct policies she violated. She can face up one year in jail for a Class A misdemeanor theft.

At the is time there is no comment from UTPA or Athletic Director Chris King on the situation.

Beating the heat

Beating the heat

Former UTPA women’s golf Coach, Ofelia Lopez, was fired Aug. 8 after an investigation revealed that she stole $750 from the University. The money was supposed to be used for a golf tournament, but Lopez kept the money to pay off bills.

The check was made back in April by UTPA Athletics and was given to Lopez so she could pay the entry fee for the Western Athletic Conference golf tournament April 25-27.

According to The Monitor, Lopez created a fake McAllen police report shortly after the check was cashed. She claimed that her purse and money was stolen from a restaurant April 28.

UTPA asked her about the money when they received a letter for an unpaid fee from the WAC. Police questioned her and she confessed to using the money to pay unpaid bills.

Lopez was under contract until June 2015, which gave UTPA a chance to terminate her contract due to the conduct policies she violated. She can face up one year in jail for a Class A misdemeanor theft.

At the is time there is no comment from UTPA or Athletic Director Chris King on the situation.

Street makes the majors

Street makes the majors

Former UTPA women’s golf Coach, Ofelia Lopez, was fired Aug. 8 after an investigation revealed that she stole $750 from the University. The money was supposed to be used for a golf tournament, but Lopez kept the money to pay off bills.

The check was made back in April by UTPA Athletics and was given to Lopez so she could pay the entry fee for the Western Athletic Conference golf tournament April 25-27.

According to The Monitor, Lopez created a fake McAllen police report shortly after the check was cashed. She claimed that her purse and money was stolen from a restaurant April 28.

UTPA asked her about the money when they received a letter for an unpaid fee from the WAC. Police questioned her and she confessed to using the money to pay unpaid bills.

Lopez was under contract until June 2015, which gave UTPA a chance to terminate her contract due to the conduct policies she violated. She can face up one year in jail for a Class A misdemeanor theft.

At the is time there is no comment from UTPA or Athletic Director Chris King on the situation.

Year one in the WAC

Year one in the WAC

Former UTPA women’s golf Coach, Ofelia Lopez, was fired Aug. 8 after an investigation revealed that she stole $750 from the University. The money was supposed to be used for a golf tournament, but Lopez kept the money to pay off bills.

The check was made back in April by UTPA Athletics and was given to Lopez so she could pay the entry fee for the Western Athletic Conference golf tournament April 25-27.

According to The Monitor, Lopez created a fake McAllen police report shortly after the check was cashed. She claimed that her purse and money was stolen from a restaurant April 28.

UTPA asked her about the money when they received a letter for an unpaid fee from the WAC. Police questioned her and she confessed to using the money to pay unpaid bills.

Lopez was under contract until June 2015, which gave UTPA a chance to terminate her contract due to the conduct policies she violated. She can face up one year in jail for a Class A misdemeanor theft.

At the is time there is no comment from UTPA or Athletic Director Chris King on the situation.

Teaching the Bronc way

Teaching the Bronc way

Former UTPA women’s golf Coach, Ofelia Lopez, was fired Aug. 8 after an investigation revealed that she stole $750 from the University. The money was supposed to be used for a golf tournament, but Lopez kept the money to pay off bills.

The check was made back in April by UTPA Athletics and was given to Lopez so she could pay the entry fee for the Western Athletic Conference golf tournament April 25-27.

According to The Monitor, Lopez created a fake McAllen police report shortly after the check was cashed. She claimed that her purse and money was stolen from a restaurant April 28.

UTPA asked her about the money when they received a letter for an unpaid fee from the WAC. Police questioned her and she confessed to using the money to pay unpaid bills.

Lopez was under contract until June 2015, which gave UTPA a chance to terminate her contract due to the conduct policies she violated. She can face up one year in jail for a Class A misdemeanor theft.

At the is time there is no comment from UTPA or Athletic Director Chris King on the situation.

Beating the beast

Beating the beast

Former UTPA women’s golf Coach, Ofelia Lopez, was fired Aug. 8 after an investigation revealed that she stole $750 from the University. The money was supposed to be used for a golf tournament, but Lopez kept the money to pay off bills.

The check was made back in April by UTPA Athletics and was given to Lopez so she could pay the entry fee for the Western Athletic Conference golf tournament April 25-27.

According to The Monitor, Lopez created a fake McAllen police report shortly after the check was cashed. She claimed that her purse and money was stolen from a restaurant April 28.

UTPA asked her about the money when they received a letter for an unpaid fee from the WAC. Police questioned her and she confessed to using the money to pay unpaid bills.

Lopez was under contract until June 2015, which gave UTPA a chance to terminate her contract due to the conduct policies she violated. She can face up one year in jail for a Class A misdemeanor theft.

At the is time there is no comment from UTPA or Athletic Director Chris King on the situation.

Street strikes again

Street strikes again

Former UTPA women’s golf Coach, Ofelia Lopez, was fired Aug. 8 after an investigation revealed that she stole $750 from the University. The money was supposed to be used for a golf tournament, but Lopez kept the money to pay off bills.

The check was made back in April by UTPA Athletics and was given to Lopez so she could pay the entry fee for the Western Athletic Conference golf tournament April 25-27.

According to The Monitor, Lopez created a fake McAllen police report shortly after the check was cashed. She claimed that her purse and money was stolen from a restaurant April 28.

UTPA asked her about the money when they received a letter for an unpaid fee from the WAC. Police questioned her and she confessed to using the money to pay unpaid bills.

Lopez was under contract until June 2015, which gave UTPA a chance to terminate her contract due to the conduct policies she violated. She can face up one year in jail for a Class A misdemeanor theft.

At the is time there is no comment from UTPA or Athletic Director Chris King on the situation.

End of the line

End of the line

Former UTPA women’s golf Coach, Ofelia Lopez, was fired Aug. 8 after an investigation revealed that she stole $750 from the University. The money was supposed to be used for a golf tournament, but Lopez kept the money to pay off bills.

The check was made back in April by UTPA Athletics and was given to Lopez so she could pay the entry fee for the Western Athletic Conference golf tournament April 25-27.

According to The Monitor, Lopez created a fake McAllen police report shortly after the check was cashed. She claimed that her purse and money was stolen from a restaurant April 28.

UTPA asked her about the money when they received a letter for an unpaid fee from the WAC. Police questioned her and she confessed to using the money to pay unpaid bills.

Lopez was under contract until June 2015, which gave UTPA a chance to terminate her contract due to the conduct policies she violated. She can face up one year in jail for a Class A misdemeanor theft.

At the is time there is no comment from UTPA or Athletic Director Chris King on the situation.

Top three

Top three

Former UTPA women’s golf Coach, Ofelia Lopez, was fired Aug. 8 after an investigation revealed that she stole $750 from the University. The money was supposed to be used for a golf tournament, but Lopez kept the money to pay off bills.

The check was made back in April by UTPA Athletics and was given to Lopez so she could pay the entry fee for the Western Athletic Conference golf tournament April 25-27.

According to The Monitor, Lopez created a fake McAllen police report shortly after the check was cashed. She claimed that her purse and money was stolen from a restaurant April 28.

UTPA asked her about the money when they received a letter for an unpaid fee from the WAC. Police questioned her and she confessed to using the money to pay unpaid bills.

Lopez was under contract until June 2015, which gave UTPA a chance to terminate her contract due to the conduct policies she violated. She can face up one year in jail for a Class A misdemeanor theft.

At the is time there is no comment from UTPA or Athletic Director Chris King on the situation.

Street makes the second cut

Street makes the second cut

Former UTPA women’s golf Coach, Ofelia Lopez, was fired Aug. 8 after an investigation revealed that she stole $750 from the University. The money was supposed to be used for a golf tournament, but Lopez kept the money to pay off bills.

The check was made back in April by UTPA Athletics and was given to Lopez so she could pay the entry fee for the Western Athletic Conference golf tournament April 25-27.

According to The Monitor, Lopez created a fake McAllen police report shortly after the check was cashed. She claimed that her purse and money was stolen from a restaurant April 28.

UTPA asked her about the money when they received a letter for an unpaid fee from the WAC. Police questioned her and she confessed to using the money to pay unpaid bills.

Lopez was under contract until June 2015, which gave UTPA a chance to terminate her contract due to the conduct policies she violated. She can face up one year in jail for a Class A misdemeanor theft.

At the is time there is no comment from UTPA or Athletic Director Chris King on the situation.

Back-to-back losses end season

Back-to-back losses end season

Former UTPA women’s golf Coach, Ofelia Lopez, was fired Aug. 8 after an investigation revealed that she stole $750 from the University. The money was supposed to be used for a golf tournament, but Lopez kept the money to pay off bills.

The check was made back in April by UTPA Athletics and was given to Lopez so she could pay the entry fee for the Western Athletic Conference golf tournament April 25-27.

According to The Monitor, Lopez created a fake McAllen police report shortly after the check was cashed. She claimed that her purse and money was stolen from a restaurant April 28.

UTPA asked her about the money when they received a letter for an unpaid fee from the WAC. Police questioned her and she confessed to using the money to pay unpaid bills.

Lopez was under contract until June 2015, which gave UTPA a chance to terminate her contract due to the conduct policies she violated. She can face up one year in jail for a Class A misdemeanor theft.

At the is time there is no comment from UTPA or Athletic Director Chris King on the situation.

UTPA 2014-2015 cheer tryouts

UTPA 2014-2015 cheer tryouts

Former UTPA women’s golf Coach, Ofelia Lopez, was fired Aug. 8 after an investigation revealed that she stole $750 from the University. The money was supposed to be used for a golf tournament, but Lopez kept the money to pay off bills.

The check was made back in April by UTPA Athletics and was given to Lopez so she could pay the entry fee for the Western Athletic Conference golf tournament April 25-27.

According to The Monitor, Lopez created a fake McAllen police report shortly after the check was cashed. She claimed that her purse and money was stolen from a restaurant April 28.

UTPA asked her about the money when they received a letter for an unpaid fee from the WAC. Police questioned her and she confessed to using the money to pay unpaid bills.

Lopez was under contract until June 2015, which gave UTPA a chance to terminate her contract due to the conduct policies she violated. She can face up one year in jail for a Class A misdemeanor theft.

At the is time there is no comment from UTPA or Athletic Director Chris King on the situation.

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