Jamie Howell, Golf Head Coach

Telephone:  321-504-2073 

Odaiyar Fourth BCC Golfer to Commit to Four-Year College for 2012-13

April 24, 2012 - BCC Titan Golf sophomore Bryan Odaiyar committed to the University of New Orleans over the weekend. He will be attending class and playing on their golf team this coming fall, 2012. Odaiyar becomes the fourth BCC Golfer this year to commit to a four-year school for next year.

BCC golfers making the move include:

Billy Anderson:

Home town:                       Deltona, FL
High School:                       Deland H.S.
College next year:              University of Florida

Coach's Quote: "Billy Anderson is the consummate student athlete. He excels both in the classroom as well as on the golf course. He has led the Titan golf team since his arrival in 2010 and he will have an impact on the Florida Gators golf team in the fall of 2012".

Bryan Odaiyar:

Home town:                       Ocala, FL
High School:                       St. John Lutheran H.S.
College next year:              University of New Orleans

Coach's Quote: "Bryan Odaiyar has steadily improved since his arrival to BCC in the Fall of 2010. His stock as a collegiate golfer rose this year as he became part of our starting five and his long-term goal to be a Dentist will be served well by the programs offered at the University of New Orleans".

Justin Kalanquin:

Home town:                       Grand Forks, ND
High School:                       Grand Forks Central H.S.
College next year:              Florida Tech

Coach's Quote: "Justin Kalanquin is an all-around athlete and expects to excel at everything he does. Justin will fit in well with the golf team at Florida Tech and he is well equipped to handle the academic expectations that all students at Florida Tech are challenged to achieve".

Travis Tolbert:

Home town:                       Titusville, FL
High School:                       Astronaut H.S.
College next year:              Guilford College

Coach's Quote: "Travis Tolbert's story is one of perseverance. He did not make the golf team at BCC during his freshman year and worked diligently to improve and now finds himself as one of our top five players heading to the NJCAA National Championship in May. He currently has a 3.45 GPA and will have an immediate impact on the program at Guilford College."