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The return of Kirakossian

The return of Kirakossian

The University announced Aug. 18 that UTPA alumnus Armen Kirakossian has been hired as the new men’s golf head coach.

“I am very excited to take over the program that I played for,” Kirakossian said. “I am looking forward to building a strong culture of competition with the players, competing in the Western Athletic Conference and making major accomplishments with this program in the near future.”

Kirakossian has taken the place of former UTPA men’s golf coach Josh Fosdick. Fosdick left the Broncs in July after two seasons for another coaching position at Rogers State University in Claremore, Okla.

After taking over his predecessors position, Kirakossian is not at a loss. He has previous coaching experience spending the better part of the 2012-13 academic year as a volunteer assistant coach at UTPA.

Although Kirakossian coached at UTPA for a short time he was formerly a member of the Bronc golf team from 2006-2010. During his time with the Broncs Kirakossian performed well during his senior year. He won an individual medal at the Professional Golfers’ Association of America Minority Collegiate Golf Championships, and earned the America Sky First Team All-Conference honors.

Kirakossian also did well his junior year, taking first at the Great West Conference Championship and earning First Team All-Conference. As a former UTPA Male Student-Athlete of the Year in 2009 Kirakossian still holds the second lowest single-round score in UTPA program history at 66. He scored the program record at the PGA Minority Collegiate Golf Championships, shooting a 204 (67, 66, 71).

Chris King, the UTPA director of athletics has high hopes for the new head coach.

“It’s a great day for Broncs’ golf,” King said. “Kirakossian is the perfect coach to lead our program. His energy and playing experience will…provide Pan Am with the proper elements for success in the WAC and in the future on a national stage. I could not be more excited to add an alum and an individual of Armen’s character to our coaching staff.”

Sports

Sports

The University announced Aug. 18 that UTPA alumnus Armen Kirakossian has been hired as the new men’s golf head coach.

“I am very excited to take over the program that I played for,” Kirakossian said. “I am looking forward to building a strong culture of competition with the players, competing in the Western Athletic Conference and making major accomplishments with this program in the near future.”

Kirakossian has taken the place of former UTPA men’s golf coach Josh Fosdick. Fosdick left the Broncs in July after two seasons for another coaching position at Rogers State University in Claremore, Okla.

After taking over his predecessors position, Kirakossian is not at a loss. He has previous coaching experience spending the better part of the 2012-13 academic year as a volunteer assistant coach at UTPA.

Although Kirakossian coached at UTPA for a short time he was formerly a member of the Bronc golf team from 2006-2010. During his time with the Broncs Kirakossian performed well during his senior year. He won an individual medal at the Professional Golfers’ Association of America Minority Collegiate Golf Championships, and earned the America Sky First Team All-Conference honors.

Kirakossian also did well his junior year, taking first at the Great West Conference Championship and earning First Team All-Conference. As a former UTPA Male Student-Athlete of the Year in 2009 Kirakossian still holds the second lowest single-round score in UTPA program history at 66. He scored the program record at the PGA Minority Collegiate Golf Championships, shooting a 204 (67, 66, 71).

Chris King, the UTPA director of athletics has high hopes for the new head coach.

“It’s a great day for Broncs’ golf,” King said. “Kirakossian is the perfect coach to lead our program. His energy and playing experience will…provide Pan Am with the proper elements for success in the WAC and in the future on a national stage. I could not be more excited to add an alum and an individual of Armen’s character to our coaching staff.”

New season, high expectations

New season, high expectations

The University announced Aug. 18 that UTPA alumnus Armen Kirakossian has been hired as the new men’s golf head coach.

“I am very excited to take over the program that I played for,” Kirakossian said. “I am looking forward to building a strong culture of competition with the players, competing in the Western Athletic Conference and making major accomplishments with this program in the near future.”

Kirakossian has taken the place of former UTPA men’s golf coach Josh Fosdick. Fosdick left the Broncs in July after two seasons for another coaching position at Rogers State University in Claremore, Okla.

After taking over his predecessors position, Kirakossian is not at a loss. He has previous coaching experience spending the better part of the 2012-13 academic year as a volunteer assistant coach at UTPA.

Although Kirakossian coached at UTPA for a short time he was formerly a member of the Bronc golf team from 2006-2010. During his time with the Broncs Kirakossian performed well during his senior year. He won an individual medal at the Professional Golfers’ Association of America Minority Collegiate Golf Championships, and earned the America Sky First Team All-Conference honors.

Kirakossian also did well his junior year, taking first at the Great West Conference Championship and earning First Team All-Conference. As a former UTPA Male Student-Athlete of the Year in 2009 Kirakossian still holds the second lowest single-round score in UTPA program history at 66. He scored the program record at the PGA Minority Collegiate Golf Championships, shooting a 204 (67, 66, 71).

Chris King, the UTPA director of athletics has high hopes for the new head coach.

“It’s a great day for Broncs’ golf,” King said. “Kirakossian is the perfect coach to lead our program. His energy and playing experience will…provide Pan Am with the proper elements for success in the WAC and in the future on a national stage. I could not be more excited to add an alum and an individual of Armen’s character to our coaching staff.”

Powders and pills

Powders and pills

The University announced Aug. 18 that UTPA alumnus Armen Kirakossian has been hired as the new men’s golf head coach.

“I am very excited to take over the program that I played for,” Kirakossian said. “I am looking forward to building a strong culture of competition with the players, competing in the Western Athletic Conference and making major accomplishments with this program in the near future.”

Kirakossian has taken the place of former UTPA men’s golf coach Josh Fosdick. Fosdick left the Broncs in July after two seasons for another coaching position at Rogers State University in Claremore, Okla.

After taking over his predecessors position, Kirakossian is not at a loss. He has previous coaching experience spending the better part of the 2012-13 academic year as a volunteer assistant coach at UTPA.

Although Kirakossian coached at UTPA for a short time he was formerly a member of the Bronc golf team from 2006-2010. During his time with the Broncs Kirakossian performed well during his senior year. He won an individual medal at the Professional Golfers’ Association of America Minority Collegiate Golf Championships, and earned the America Sky First Team All-Conference honors.

Kirakossian also did well his junior year, taking first at the Great West Conference Championship and earning First Team All-Conference. As a former UTPA Male Student-Athlete of the Year in 2009 Kirakossian still holds the second lowest single-round score in UTPA program history at 66. He scored the program record at the PGA Minority Collegiate Golf Championships, shooting a 204 (67, 66, 71).

Chris King, the UTPA director of athletics has high hopes for the new head coach.

“It’s a great day for Broncs’ golf,” King said. “Kirakossian is the perfect coach to lead our program. His energy and playing experience will…provide Pan Am with the proper elements for success in the WAC and in the future on a national stage. I could not be more excited to add an alum and an individual of Armen’s character to our coaching staff.”

Women’s Soccer team

Women’s Soccer team

The University announced Aug. 18 that UTPA alumnus Armen Kirakossian has been hired as the new men’s golf head coach.

“I am very excited to take over the program that I played for,” Kirakossian said. “I am looking forward to building a strong culture of competition with the players, competing in the Western Athletic Conference and making major accomplishments with this program in the near future.”

Kirakossian has taken the place of former UTPA men’s golf coach Josh Fosdick. Fosdick left the Broncs in July after two seasons for another coaching position at Rogers State University in Claremore, Okla.

After taking over his predecessors position, Kirakossian is not at a loss. He has previous coaching experience spending the better part of the 2012-13 academic year as a volunteer assistant coach at UTPA.

Although Kirakossian coached at UTPA for a short time he was formerly a member of the Bronc golf team from 2006-2010. During his time with the Broncs Kirakossian performed well during his senior year. He won an individual medal at the Professional Golfers’ Association of America Minority Collegiate Golf Championships, and earned the America Sky First Team All-Conference honors.

Kirakossian also did well his junior year, taking first at the Great West Conference Championship and earning First Team All-Conference. As a former UTPA Male Student-Athlete of the Year in 2009 Kirakossian still holds the second lowest single-round score in UTPA program history at 66. He scored the program record at the PGA Minority Collegiate Golf Championships, shooting a 204 (67, 66, 71).

Chris King, the UTPA director of athletics has high hopes for the new head coach.

“It’s a great day for Broncs’ golf,” King said. “Kirakossian is the perfect coach to lead our program. His energy and playing experience will…provide Pan Am with the proper elements for success in the WAC and in the future on a national stage. I could not be more excited to add an alum and an individual of Armen’s character to our coaching staff.”

The game goes on

The game goes on

The University announced Aug. 18 that UTPA alumnus Armen Kirakossian has been hired as the new men’s golf head coach.

“I am very excited to take over the program that I played for,” Kirakossian said. “I am looking forward to building a strong culture of competition with the players, competing in the Western Athletic Conference and making major accomplishments with this program in the near future.”

Kirakossian has taken the place of former UTPA men’s golf coach Josh Fosdick. Fosdick left the Broncs in July after two seasons for another coaching position at Rogers State University in Claremore, Okla.

After taking over his predecessors position, Kirakossian is not at a loss. He has previous coaching experience spending the better part of the 2012-13 academic year as a volunteer assistant coach at UTPA.

Although Kirakossian coached at UTPA for a short time he was formerly a member of the Bronc golf team from 2006-2010. During his time with the Broncs Kirakossian performed well during his senior year. He won an individual medal at the Professional Golfers’ Association of America Minority Collegiate Golf Championships, and earned the America Sky First Team All-Conference honors.

Kirakossian also did well his junior year, taking first at the Great West Conference Championship and earning First Team All-Conference. As a former UTPA Male Student-Athlete of the Year in 2009 Kirakossian still holds the second lowest single-round score in UTPA program history at 66. He scored the program record at the PGA Minority Collegiate Golf Championships, shooting a 204 (67, 66, 71).

Chris King, the UTPA director of athletics has high hopes for the new head coach.

“It’s a great day for Broncs’ golf,” King said. “Kirakossian is the perfect coach to lead our program. His energy and playing experience will…provide Pan Am with the proper elements for success in the WAC and in the future on a national stage. I could not be more excited to add an alum and an individual of Armen’s character to our coaching staff.”

Stronger together

Stronger together

The University announced Aug. 18 that UTPA alumnus Armen Kirakossian has been hired as the new men’s golf head coach.

“I am very excited to take over the program that I played for,” Kirakossian said. “I am looking forward to building a strong culture of competition with the players, competing in the Western Athletic Conference and making major accomplishments with this program in the near future.”

Kirakossian has taken the place of former UTPA men’s golf coach Josh Fosdick. Fosdick left the Broncs in July after two seasons for another coaching position at Rogers State University in Claremore, Okla.

After taking over his predecessors position, Kirakossian is not at a loss. He has previous coaching experience spending the better part of the 2012-13 academic year as a volunteer assistant coach at UTPA.

Although Kirakossian coached at UTPA for a short time he was formerly a member of the Bronc golf team from 2006-2010. During his time with the Broncs Kirakossian performed well during his senior year. He won an individual medal at the Professional Golfers’ Association of America Minority Collegiate Golf Championships, and earned the America Sky First Team All-Conference honors.

Kirakossian also did well his junior year, taking first at the Great West Conference Championship and earning First Team All-Conference. As a former UTPA Male Student-Athlete of the Year in 2009 Kirakossian still holds the second lowest single-round score in UTPA program history at 66. He scored the program record at the PGA Minority Collegiate Golf Championships, shooting a 204 (67, 66, 71).

Chris King, the UTPA director of athletics has high hopes for the new head coach.

“It’s a great day for Broncs’ golf,” King said. “Kirakossian is the perfect coach to lead our program. His energy and playing experience will…provide Pan Am with the proper elements for success in the WAC and in the future on a national stage. I could not be more excited to add an alum and an individual of Armen’s character to our coaching staff.”

UTPA women’s golf coach fired

UTPA women’s golf coach fired

The University announced Aug. 18 that UTPA alumnus Armen Kirakossian has been hired as the new men’s golf head coach.

“I am very excited to take over the program that I played for,” Kirakossian said. “I am looking forward to building a strong culture of competition with the players, competing in the Western Athletic Conference and making major accomplishments with this program in the near future.”

Kirakossian has taken the place of former UTPA men’s golf coach Josh Fosdick. Fosdick left the Broncs in July after two seasons for another coaching position at Rogers State University in Claremore, Okla.

After taking over his predecessors position, Kirakossian is not at a loss. He has previous coaching experience spending the better part of the 2012-13 academic year as a volunteer assistant coach at UTPA.

Although Kirakossian coached at UTPA for a short time he was formerly a member of the Bronc golf team from 2006-2010. During his time with the Broncs Kirakossian performed well during his senior year. He won an individual medal at the Professional Golfers’ Association of America Minority Collegiate Golf Championships, and earned the America Sky First Team All-Conference honors.

Kirakossian also did well his junior year, taking first at the Great West Conference Championship and earning First Team All-Conference. As a former UTPA Male Student-Athlete of the Year in 2009 Kirakossian still holds the second lowest single-round score in UTPA program history at 66. He scored the program record at the PGA Minority Collegiate Golf Championships, shooting a 204 (67, 66, 71).

Chris King, the UTPA director of athletics has high hopes for the new head coach.

“It’s a great day for Broncs’ golf,” King said. “Kirakossian is the perfect coach to lead our program. His energy and playing experience will…provide Pan Am with the proper elements for success in the WAC and in the future on a national stage. I could not be more excited to add an alum and an individual of Armen’s character to our coaching staff.”

Passing of a UTPA legend

Passing of a UTPA legend

The University announced Aug. 18 that UTPA alumnus Armen Kirakossian has been hired as the new men’s golf head coach.

“I am very excited to take over the program that I played for,” Kirakossian said. “I am looking forward to building a strong culture of competition with the players, competing in the Western Athletic Conference and making major accomplishments with this program in the near future.”

Kirakossian has taken the place of former UTPA men’s golf coach Josh Fosdick. Fosdick left the Broncs in July after two seasons for another coaching position at Rogers State University in Claremore, Okla.

After taking over his predecessors position, Kirakossian is not at a loss. He has previous coaching experience spending the better part of the 2012-13 academic year as a volunteer assistant coach at UTPA.

Although Kirakossian coached at UTPA for a short time he was formerly a member of the Bronc golf team from 2006-2010. During his time with the Broncs Kirakossian performed well during his senior year. He won an individual medal at the Professional Golfers’ Association of America Minority Collegiate Golf Championships, and earned the America Sky First Team All-Conference honors.

Kirakossian also did well his junior year, taking first at the Great West Conference Championship and earning First Team All-Conference. As a former UTPA Male Student-Athlete of the Year in 2009 Kirakossian still holds the second lowest single-round score in UTPA program history at 66. He scored the program record at the PGA Minority Collegiate Golf Championships, shooting a 204 (67, 66, 71).

Chris King, the UTPA director of athletics has high hopes for the new head coach.

“It’s a great day for Broncs’ golf,” King said. “Kirakossian is the perfect coach to lead our program. His energy and playing experience will…provide Pan Am with the proper elements for success in the WAC and in the future on a national stage. I could not be more excited to add an alum and an individual of Armen’s character to our coaching staff.”

UTPA to host WAC Cross Country Championship in Palm View

UTPA to host WAC Cross Country Championship in Palm View

The University announced Aug. 18 that UTPA alumnus Armen Kirakossian has been hired as the new men’s golf head coach.

“I am very excited to take over the program that I played for,” Kirakossian said. “I am looking forward to building a strong culture of competition with the players, competing in the Western Athletic Conference and making major accomplishments with this program in the near future.”

Kirakossian has taken the place of former UTPA men’s golf coach Josh Fosdick. Fosdick left the Broncs in July after two seasons for another coaching position at Rogers State University in Claremore, Okla.

After taking over his predecessors position, Kirakossian is not at a loss. He has previous coaching experience spending the better part of the 2012-13 academic year as a volunteer assistant coach at UTPA.

Although Kirakossian coached at UTPA for a short time he was formerly a member of the Bronc golf team from 2006-2010. During his time with the Broncs Kirakossian performed well during his senior year. He won an individual medal at the Professional Golfers’ Association of America Minority Collegiate Golf Championships, and earned the America Sky First Team All-Conference honors.

Kirakossian also did well his junior year, taking first at the Great West Conference Championship and earning First Team All-Conference. As a former UTPA Male Student-Athlete of the Year in 2009 Kirakossian still holds the second lowest single-round score in UTPA program history at 66. He scored the program record at the PGA Minority Collegiate Golf Championships, shooting a 204 (67, 66, 71).

Chris King, the UTPA director of athletics has high hopes for the new head coach.

“It’s a great day for Broncs’ golf,” King said. “Kirakossian is the perfect coach to lead our program. His energy and playing experience will…provide Pan Am with the proper elements for success in the WAC and in the future on a national stage. I could not be more excited to add an alum and an individual of Armen’s character to our coaching staff.”

Heading home

Heading home

The University announced Aug. 18 that UTPA alumnus Armen Kirakossian has been hired as the new men’s golf head coach.

“I am very excited to take over the program that I played for,” Kirakossian said. “I am looking forward to building a strong culture of competition with the players, competing in the Western Athletic Conference and making major accomplishments with this program in the near future.”

Kirakossian has taken the place of former UTPA men’s golf coach Josh Fosdick. Fosdick left the Broncs in July after two seasons for another coaching position at Rogers State University in Claremore, Okla.

After taking over his predecessors position, Kirakossian is not at a loss. He has previous coaching experience spending the better part of the 2012-13 academic year as a volunteer assistant coach at UTPA.

Although Kirakossian coached at UTPA for a short time he was formerly a member of the Bronc golf team from 2006-2010. During his time with the Broncs Kirakossian performed well during his senior year. He won an individual medal at the Professional Golfers’ Association of America Minority Collegiate Golf Championships, and earned the America Sky First Team All-Conference honors.

Kirakossian also did well his junior year, taking first at the Great West Conference Championship and earning First Team All-Conference. As a former UTPA Male Student-Athlete of the Year in 2009 Kirakossian still holds the second lowest single-round score in UTPA program history at 66. He scored the program record at the PGA Minority Collegiate Golf Championships, shooting a 204 (67, 66, 71).

Chris King, the UTPA director of athletics has high hopes for the new head coach.

“It’s a great day for Broncs’ golf,” King said. “Kirakossian is the perfect coach to lead our program. His energy and playing experience will…provide Pan Am with the proper elements for success in the WAC and in the future on a national stage. I could not be more excited to add an alum and an individual of Armen’s character to our coaching staff.”

A gripping alternative

A gripping alternative

The University announced Aug. 18 that UTPA alumnus Armen Kirakossian has been hired as the new men’s golf head coach.

“I am very excited to take over the program that I played for,” Kirakossian said. “I am looking forward to building a strong culture of competition with the players, competing in the Western Athletic Conference and making major accomplishments with this program in the near future.”

Kirakossian has taken the place of former UTPA men’s golf coach Josh Fosdick. Fosdick left the Broncs in July after two seasons for another coaching position at Rogers State University in Claremore, Okla.

After taking over his predecessors position, Kirakossian is not at a loss. He has previous coaching experience spending the better part of the 2012-13 academic year as a volunteer assistant coach at UTPA.

Although Kirakossian coached at UTPA for a short time he was formerly a member of the Bronc golf team from 2006-2010. During his time with the Broncs Kirakossian performed well during his senior year. He won an individual medal at the Professional Golfers’ Association of America Minority Collegiate Golf Championships, and earned the America Sky First Team All-Conference honors.

Kirakossian also did well his junior year, taking first at the Great West Conference Championship and earning First Team All-Conference. As a former UTPA Male Student-Athlete of the Year in 2009 Kirakossian still holds the second lowest single-round score in UTPA program history at 66. He scored the program record at the PGA Minority Collegiate Golf Championships, shooting a 204 (67, 66, 71).

Chris King, the UTPA director of athletics has high hopes for the new head coach.

“It’s a great day for Broncs’ golf,” King said. “Kirakossian is the perfect coach to lead our program. His energy and playing experience will…provide Pan Am with the proper elements for success in the WAC and in the future on a national stage. I could not be more excited to add an alum and an individual of Armen’s character to our coaching staff.”

Cross-country, track looking for something new

Cross-country, track looking for something new

The University announced Aug. 18 that UTPA alumnus Armen Kirakossian has been hired as the new men’s golf head coach.

“I am very excited to take over the program that I played for,” Kirakossian said. “I am looking forward to building a strong culture of competition with the players, competing in the Western Athletic Conference and making major accomplishments with this program in the near future.”

Kirakossian has taken the place of former UTPA men’s golf coach Josh Fosdick. Fosdick left the Broncs in July after two seasons for another coaching position at Rogers State University in Claremore, Okla.

After taking over his predecessors position, Kirakossian is not at a loss. He has previous coaching experience spending the better part of the 2012-13 academic year as a volunteer assistant coach at UTPA.

Although Kirakossian coached at UTPA for a short time he was formerly a member of the Bronc golf team from 2006-2010. During his time with the Broncs Kirakossian performed well during his senior year. He won an individual medal at the Professional Golfers’ Association of America Minority Collegiate Golf Championships, and earned the America Sky First Team All-Conference honors.

Kirakossian also did well his junior year, taking first at the Great West Conference Championship and earning First Team All-Conference. As a former UTPA Male Student-Athlete of the Year in 2009 Kirakossian still holds the second lowest single-round score in UTPA program history at 66. He scored the program record at the PGA Minority Collegiate Golf Championships, shooting a 204 (67, 66, 71).

Chris King, the UTPA director of athletics has high hopes for the new head coach.

“It’s a great day for Broncs’ golf,” King said. “Kirakossian is the perfect coach to lead our program. His energy and playing experience will…provide Pan Am with the proper elements for success in the WAC and in the future on a national stage. I could not be more excited to add an alum and an individual of Armen’s character to our coaching staff.”

Fosdick heads to rogers

Fosdick heads to rogers

The University announced Aug. 18 that UTPA alumnus Armen Kirakossian has been hired as the new men’s golf head coach.

“I am very excited to take over the program that I played for,” Kirakossian said. “I am looking forward to building a strong culture of competition with the players, competing in the Western Athletic Conference and making major accomplishments with this program in the near future.”

Kirakossian has taken the place of former UTPA men’s golf coach Josh Fosdick. Fosdick left the Broncs in July after two seasons for another coaching position at Rogers State University in Claremore, Okla.

After taking over his predecessors position, Kirakossian is not at a loss. He has previous coaching experience spending the better part of the 2012-13 academic year as a volunteer assistant coach at UTPA.

Although Kirakossian coached at UTPA for a short time he was formerly a member of the Bronc golf team from 2006-2010. During his time with the Broncs Kirakossian performed well during his senior year. He won an individual medal at the Professional Golfers’ Association of America Minority Collegiate Golf Championships, and earned the America Sky First Team All-Conference honors.

Kirakossian also did well his junior year, taking first at the Great West Conference Championship and earning First Team All-Conference. As a former UTPA Male Student-Athlete of the Year in 2009 Kirakossian still holds the second lowest single-round score in UTPA program history at 66. He scored the program record at the PGA Minority Collegiate Golf Championships, shooting a 204 (67, 66, 71).

Chris King, the UTPA director of athletics has high hopes for the new head coach.

“It’s a great day for Broncs’ golf,” King said. “Kirakossian is the perfect coach to lead our program. His energy and playing experience will…provide Pan Am with the proper elements for success in the WAC and in the future on a national stage. I could not be more excited to add an alum and an individual of Armen’s character to our coaching staff.”

38 Broncs earn Academic All-Western Athletic Conference

38 Broncs earn Academic All-Western Athletic Conference

The University announced Aug. 18 that UTPA alumnus Armen Kirakossian has been hired as the new men’s golf head coach.

“I am very excited to take over the program that I played for,” Kirakossian said. “I am looking forward to building a strong culture of competition with the players, competing in the Western Athletic Conference and making major accomplishments with this program in the near future.”

Kirakossian has taken the place of former UTPA men’s golf coach Josh Fosdick. Fosdick left the Broncs in July after two seasons for another coaching position at Rogers State University in Claremore, Okla.

After taking over his predecessors position, Kirakossian is not at a loss. He has previous coaching experience spending the better part of the 2012-13 academic year as a volunteer assistant coach at UTPA.

Although Kirakossian coached at UTPA for a short time he was formerly a member of the Bronc golf team from 2006-2010. During his time with the Broncs Kirakossian performed well during his senior year. He won an individual medal at the Professional Golfers’ Association of America Minority Collegiate Golf Championships, and earned the America Sky First Team All-Conference honors.

Kirakossian also did well his junior year, taking first at the Great West Conference Championship and earning First Team All-Conference. As a former UTPA Male Student-Athlete of the Year in 2009 Kirakossian still holds the second lowest single-round score in UTPA program history at 66. He scored the program record at the PGA Minority Collegiate Golf Championships, shooting a 204 (67, 66, 71).

Chris King, the UTPA director of athletics has high hopes for the new head coach.

“It’s a great day for Broncs’ golf,” King said. “Kirakossian is the perfect coach to lead our program. His energy and playing experience will…provide Pan Am with the proper elements for success in the WAC and in the future on a national stage. I could not be more excited to add an alum and an individual of Armen’s character to our coaching staff.”

First baseman goes from Broncos to Broncs

First baseman goes from Broncos to Broncs

The University announced Aug. 18 that UTPA alumnus Armen Kirakossian has been hired as the new men’s golf head coach.

“I am very excited to take over the program that I played for,” Kirakossian said. “I am looking forward to building a strong culture of competition with the players, competing in the Western Athletic Conference and making major accomplishments with this program in the near future.”

Kirakossian has taken the place of former UTPA men’s golf coach Josh Fosdick. Fosdick left the Broncs in July after two seasons for another coaching position at Rogers State University in Claremore, Okla.

After taking over his predecessors position, Kirakossian is not at a loss. He has previous coaching experience spending the better part of the 2012-13 academic year as a volunteer assistant coach at UTPA.

Although Kirakossian coached at UTPA for a short time he was formerly a member of the Bronc golf team from 2006-2010. During his time with the Broncs Kirakossian performed well during his senior year. He won an individual medal at the Professional Golfers’ Association of America Minority Collegiate Golf Championships, and earned the America Sky First Team All-Conference honors.

Kirakossian also did well his junior year, taking first at the Great West Conference Championship and earning First Team All-Conference. As a former UTPA Male Student-Athlete of the Year in 2009 Kirakossian still holds the second lowest single-round score in UTPA program history at 66. He scored the program record at the PGA Minority Collegiate Golf Championships, shooting a 204 (67, 66, 71).

Chris King, the UTPA director of athletics has high hopes for the new head coach.

“It’s a great day for Broncs’ golf,” King said. “Kirakossian is the perfect coach to lead our program. His energy and playing experience will…provide Pan Am with the proper elements for success in the WAC and in the future on a national stage. I could not be more excited to add an alum and an individual of Armen’s character to our coaching staff.”

Beating the heat

Beating the heat

The University announced Aug. 18 that UTPA alumnus Armen Kirakossian has been hired as the new men’s golf head coach.

“I am very excited to take over the program that I played for,” Kirakossian said. “I am looking forward to building a strong culture of competition with the players, competing in the Western Athletic Conference and making major accomplishments with this program in the near future.”

Kirakossian has taken the place of former UTPA men’s golf coach Josh Fosdick. Fosdick left the Broncs in July after two seasons for another coaching position at Rogers State University in Claremore, Okla.

After taking over his predecessors position, Kirakossian is not at a loss. He has previous coaching experience spending the better part of the 2012-13 academic year as a volunteer assistant coach at UTPA.

Although Kirakossian coached at UTPA for a short time he was formerly a member of the Bronc golf team from 2006-2010. During his time with the Broncs Kirakossian performed well during his senior year. He won an individual medal at the Professional Golfers’ Association of America Minority Collegiate Golf Championships, and earned the America Sky First Team All-Conference honors.

Kirakossian also did well his junior year, taking first at the Great West Conference Championship and earning First Team All-Conference. As a former UTPA Male Student-Athlete of the Year in 2009 Kirakossian still holds the second lowest single-round score in UTPA program history at 66. He scored the program record at the PGA Minority Collegiate Golf Championships, shooting a 204 (67, 66, 71).

Chris King, the UTPA director of athletics has high hopes for the new head coach.

“It’s a great day for Broncs’ golf,” King said. “Kirakossian is the perfect coach to lead our program. His energy and playing experience will…provide Pan Am with the proper elements for success in the WAC and in the future on a national stage. I could not be more excited to add an alum and an individual of Armen’s character to our coaching staff.”

Street makes the majors

Street makes the majors

The University announced Aug. 18 that UTPA alumnus Armen Kirakossian has been hired as the new men’s golf head coach.

“I am very excited to take over the program that I played for,” Kirakossian said. “I am looking forward to building a strong culture of competition with the players, competing in the Western Athletic Conference and making major accomplishments with this program in the near future.”

Kirakossian has taken the place of former UTPA men’s golf coach Josh Fosdick. Fosdick left the Broncs in July after two seasons for another coaching position at Rogers State University in Claremore, Okla.

After taking over his predecessors position, Kirakossian is not at a loss. He has previous coaching experience spending the better part of the 2012-13 academic year as a volunteer assistant coach at UTPA.

Although Kirakossian coached at UTPA for a short time he was formerly a member of the Bronc golf team from 2006-2010. During his time with the Broncs Kirakossian performed well during his senior year. He won an individual medal at the Professional Golfers’ Association of America Minority Collegiate Golf Championships, and earned the America Sky First Team All-Conference honors.

Kirakossian also did well his junior year, taking first at the Great West Conference Championship and earning First Team All-Conference. As a former UTPA Male Student-Athlete of the Year in 2009 Kirakossian still holds the second lowest single-round score in UTPA program history at 66. He scored the program record at the PGA Minority Collegiate Golf Championships, shooting a 204 (67, 66, 71).

Chris King, the UTPA director of athletics has high hopes for the new head coach.

“It’s a great day for Broncs’ golf,” King said. “Kirakossian is the perfect coach to lead our program. His energy and playing experience will…provide Pan Am with the proper elements for success in the WAC and in the future on a national stage. I could not be more excited to add an alum and an individual of Armen’s character to our coaching staff.”

Year one in the WAC

Year one in the WAC

The University announced Aug. 18 that UTPA alumnus Armen Kirakossian has been hired as the new men’s golf head coach.

“I am very excited to take over the program that I played for,” Kirakossian said. “I am looking forward to building a strong culture of competition with the players, competing in the Western Athletic Conference and making major accomplishments with this program in the near future.”

Kirakossian has taken the place of former UTPA men’s golf coach Josh Fosdick. Fosdick left the Broncs in July after two seasons for another coaching position at Rogers State University in Claremore, Okla.

After taking over his predecessors position, Kirakossian is not at a loss. He has previous coaching experience spending the better part of the 2012-13 academic year as a volunteer assistant coach at UTPA.

Although Kirakossian coached at UTPA for a short time he was formerly a member of the Bronc golf team from 2006-2010. During his time with the Broncs Kirakossian performed well during his senior year. He won an individual medal at the Professional Golfers’ Association of America Minority Collegiate Golf Championships, and earned the America Sky First Team All-Conference honors.

Kirakossian also did well his junior year, taking first at the Great West Conference Championship and earning First Team All-Conference. As a former UTPA Male Student-Athlete of the Year in 2009 Kirakossian still holds the second lowest single-round score in UTPA program history at 66. He scored the program record at the PGA Minority Collegiate Golf Championships, shooting a 204 (67, 66, 71).

Chris King, the UTPA director of athletics has high hopes for the new head coach.

“It’s a great day for Broncs’ golf,” King said. “Kirakossian is the perfect coach to lead our program. His energy and playing experience will…provide Pan Am with the proper elements for success in the WAC and in the future on a national stage. I could not be more excited to add an alum and an individual of Armen’s character to our coaching staff.”

Teaching the Bronc way

Teaching the Bronc way

The University announced Aug. 18 that UTPA alumnus Armen Kirakossian has been hired as the new men’s golf head coach.

“I am very excited to take over the program that I played for,” Kirakossian said. “I am looking forward to building a strong culture of competition with the players, competing in the Western Athletic Conference and making major accomplishments with this program in the near future.”

Kirakossian has taken the place of former UTPA men’s golf coach Josh Fosdick. Fosdick left the Broncs in July after two seasons for another coaching position at Rogers State University in Claremore, Okla.

After taking over his predecessors position, Kirakossian is not at a loss. He has previous coaching experience spending the better part of the 2012-13 academic year as a volunteer assistant coach at UTPA.

Although Kirakossian coached at UTPA for a short time he was formerly a member of the Bronc golf team from 2006-2010. During his time with the Broncs Kirakossian performed well during his senior year. He won an individual medal at the Professional Golfers’ Association of America Minority Collegiate Golf Championships, and earned the America Sky First Team All-Conference honors.

Kirakossian also did well his junior year, taking first at the Great West Conference Championship and earning First Team All-Conference. As a former UTPA Male Student-Athlete of the Year in 2009 Kirakossian still holds the second lowest single-round score in UTPA program history at 66. He scored the program record at the PGA Minority Collegiate Golf Championships, shooting a 204 (67, 66, 71).

Chris King, the UTPA director of athletics has high hopes for the new head coach.

“It’s a great day for Broncs’ golf,” King said. “Kirakossian is the perfect coach to lead our program. His energy and playing experience will…provide Pan Am with the proper elements for success in the WAC and in the future on a national stage. I could not be more excited to add an alum and an individual of Armen’s character to our coaching staff.”

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