After seven years of serving as the primary head coach within the UH girls’s golf program’s historical past, Gerrod Chadwell is leaving after formally being introduced as subsequent head coach at Texas A&M College Tuesday morning.
When this system started in 2013, Chadwell wasted no time constructing UH girls’s golf into this system of sustained success.
Beneath Chadwell, the Cougars captured three American Athletic Convention Championships and helped this system produce 19 All-AAC honorees, together with three AAC Gamers of the 12 months.
On account of his potential to supply not solely a number of the convention’s prime girls’s golfers, however a whole UH crew that was in rivalry for a convention title 12 months after 12 months, Chadwell earned the AAC Coach of the 12 months Award thrice in 2016, 2018 and 2019.
The College expressed nice gratitude for Chadwell’s contributions in constructing a profitable program from the bottom up in such a brief time period.
“Once we started our Ladies’s Golf program in 2013, Gerrod was the proper candidate to guide our student-athletes,” stated UH athletic director Chris Pezman. “He developed and instilled a dedication to excellence in all sides in our crew and made Houston Ladies’s Golf one of many premier applications within the nation.”
Whereas Chadwell is transferring on to his subsequent chapter in his teaching profession down in Faculty Station, he stated he’s without end grateful for his time at UH.
“It was an honor and a blessing to obtain the chance to begin the College of Houston Ladies’s Golf program and see it develop to the place it’s immediately,” Chadwell stated. “I wish to thank all our younger girls, assistant coaches directors and assist workers members. It actually takes a village to get up to now. I started my family right here, so Houston will at all times be a particular place for me. I can’t wait to observe this system proceed to develop and flourish underneath the subsequent coach. As soon as a Coog, at all times a Coog.”