Noble leaves Golden Eagles, accepts new position at Western New Mexico University
Laramie County Community College’s Director of Athletics/Campus Recreation, Scott Noble, is leaving the Golden Eagles as he has accepted the position as Director of Athletics at Western New Mexico University, it was announced Monday.
“My wife Debbie and I are very thankful for this opportunity to be a part of Grant County and Mustang Nation,” Noble said in a news release issued by WNMU.
Noble has served at LCCC over the past three years, and was recognized by WNMU’s President Dr. Joseph Shepard for “meeting challenges that yield outstanding results.” Shepard said that he believes Noble presents leadership that will bring success to WNMU athletics.
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Houston Brown’s past shines through for LCCC rodeo team
Houston Brown may be a freshman for the Laramie County Community College rodeo team, but a person would never know it by his performances or his demeanor.
It did not take Brown long to introduce himself to the Central Rocky Mountain division of college rodeo. In his first event, Brown finished fourth in saddle bronc, riding with a final score of 73. Brown also had a strong finish at the Lamar Community College rodeo when he took seventh overall as the teams’ roping header.
Brown had his best performance yet at the Sheridan College rodeo, finishing third overall in the men’s all-around with a final score of 130, finishing only 10 points from second place.
Outside hitter Nelson earns FOY in Region IX North
The Golden Eagles volleyball team had an outstanding year and the same could be said about freshman outside hitter Avery Nelson.
Nelson was named the Region IX North Freshman of the Year after appearing in all 42 matches and leading the Golden Eagles in kills, with a total of 472.
“I didn’t expect it I guess,” Nelson said. “When they announced that I was (Freshman of the Year) I was super excited and it meant a lot.”
Nelson helped lead the Golden Eagles to a record of 34-8 and the team’s first ever NJCAA Division I Volleyball Tournament.