The University of Wisconsin Oshkosh has named Jessie Wilcox its new head women’s golf coach.
Wilcox, who enters her second season as the school’s assistant women’s basketball coach, takes over for Tim Gaubatz.
During Gaubatz’s eight seasons as head coach, UW Oshkosh won the WIAC title in 2004 and finished second in the league in 2005, 2006 and 2007. The Titans took fourth place at the 2004 NCAA Division III Championship.
Due to her involvement in four other sports, Wilcox did not play high school golf. She continued to practice the game as a hobby and she took first place in the A flight at the 2009 Oshkosh City Tournament. Wilcox is a graduate of Oshkosh West High School, where she earned four varsity letters and played on two state championship basketball teams. She was an all-state selection while establishing school records for career steals (207) and assists in a season (83).
After high school, Wilcox played four years of basketball at NCAA Division I Northern Illinois University. She totaled 1,007 career points and was named to the All-Mid American Conference Team in 2009. Wilcox also earned academic honors for her 3.86 cumulative grade point average as an art education major.
For more information on Titan athletics, visit http://www.titans.uwosh.edu.
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