Estrella Mountain Community College (EMCC) is almost 22 years old. It has been growing into a well-known community college in the state of Arizona. Out of all 10 schools in the Maricopa Community College District, EMCC is one of two colleges that do not have a major sport.
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In April 2013, the Estrella Mountain Community College (EMCC) Women’s Golf Team hosted its first Arizona Community College Athletic Conference tournament at the Palm Valley Golf Course.
The EMCC Women’s Golf Team played every Monday at the Palm Valley Golf Course in preparation for the tournament and Head Coach, Steve Almanza, thought that the home-turf advantage would help.
The practice gave the players familiarity and consistency in a game that can be tricky at times.
Estrella Mountain Community College (EMCC)’s golf program is a little over three years old and one team member is leaving his mark.
Twenty year old, Corey Knight recently competed at the National Junior College Athletic Association in Lubbock, Texas, placing 43rd nationally.
At Estrella Mountain Community College (EMCC) players and coaches on the Men’s Golf Team not only look to compete at a high level on the Golf Course, but also strive academically. These young athletes are developed physically, socially, and are a lettered young group of men.
The Golf team at EMCC currently has eight players. Two of them are returning players from last season: Corey Knight and Richard Lahaie.