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COASTAL BEND COLLEGE COUGARS

College History Bee County Junior College District was created by election on November 2, 1965. The election resulted from several years of work to establish a community college for Bee County. Support was shown by residents in an overwhelming five-to-one majority for the creation of the district. The desire for a community college was again demonstrated on December 7, 1965, when district citizens approved a tax to support BCC, and bond issues to build the college. The Board of Trustees changed the college name from Bee County College to Coastal Bend College on September 1, 1998. The name change was made because the service area was extended by an act of the Texas Legisla­ ture in 1995. The Coastal Bend College service area includes Karnes, McMullen, Live Oak, Bee, Duval, Jim Wells and Brooks Counties, and parts of Atascosa and Kleberg Counties. The original board of trustees was Robert J. Beasley, George F. Elam, Jr., Frank Jostes, Fred C. Latcham, Jr., Peter S. Marecek, Paul A. Schulz and George Spikes. The board, elected in November, selected Grady C. Hogue as the first BCC President. Its second chief executive, Dr. Norman E. Wallace, became president in 1984. Dr. John M. Brockman, became the college’s third president on September 1, 1999. CBC’s current president, Dr. Thomas B. Baynum, came to the college in 2007. Bee County College opened in September, 1967, with 790 students, 24 full-time instructors and 11 part-time teachers. Enrollment in academic, workforce education and continuing education classes during the spring of 2007 was 2,946. Beeville and Bee County Bee County was organized in 1858, and Beeville, the county seat, was developed in

1860. The City of Beeville was incorporated in 1908. Today, major segments of the economy are farming, ranching, oil, and the Texas Department of Criminal Justice. The county has many active oil and gas wells. Beeville is in the center of Bee County. The terrain ranges from level to gently rolling slopes. The temperature is warm. It is influenced by the nearby Gulf of Mexico. There are prevailing southerly winds of 8 to 10 miles per hour. Annual rainfall is about 30 inches, and is evenly distributed throughout the year. Coastal Bend College is located at 3800 Charco Road. The main campus is in Beeville. Alice Campus CBC Alice Campus is located at 704 Coyote Trail. Academic-transfer courses and workforce education programs in accounting, automotive technology, computer information technology, child development, general office management, law enforcement, office automation technology, vocational nursing, and welding technology are offered in Alice. The campus has an onsite library with print, microfilm, video, and electronic resources. Library staff provides reference assistance to individuals and classes. Kingsville Campus CBC Kingsville Campus is located at 1814 S. Brahma Boulevard. Students in Kingsville can earn general education courses as part of the core transfer curriculum, and workforce education certificates and degree programs in accounting, child development, computer information technology, cosmetology, general office management, law enforcement, office automation technology, and vocational nursing. Continuing education classes and workshops are also available.

This is a publication of Coastal Bend College, Office of Institutional Advancement, 3800 Charco Road, Beeville, Texas. Coastal Bend College does not discriminate on the basis of race, creed, color, national origin, gender, age or disability. For more information

Coastal Bend College

about Coastal Bend College, visit the website at www.coastalbend.edu or call toll free (866) 722-2838.


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integrated, the school was used for offices and special programs. Lott Canada alumni assisted in the restoration of this building. Continuing Ed classes are held on all CBC campuses throughout the year. Presidents Dr. Grady C. Hogue 1965-1984 Dr. Norman E. Wallace 1984-1999 Dr. John M. Brockman 1999-2007 Dr. Thomas B. Baynum 2007-

Pleasanton Campus CBC Pleasanton Campus at 1411 Bensdale Road offers academic-transfer courses and workforce education programs in accounting, child development, computer information technology, cosmetology, general office management, law enforcement, office automation technology and vocational nursing. This campus has a centrally located library with print, microfilm, video, and electronic resources and part-time staff to provide reference Board of Trustees assistance to individuals and classes. George F. Elam, Jr. George Spikes Correctional Unit Classes Paul A. Schulz CBC offers courses and programs in Texas Fred C. Latcham, Jr. Department of Criminal Justice - McConnell Peter S. Marecek Unit in Beeville, Stevenson Unit in Cuero, and Frank Jostes the Federal Prison in Three Rivers. Courses lead Robert J. Beasley, Jr. to degrees and certificates in several major Joseph Obregon areas of study. Jessy Garza R.W. “Bill” Dirks CBC Lott-Canada Facility Henry J. Medina Coastal Bend College’s Continuing Education Dr. E.C. “Buck” Spellman program is headquartered at the Lott Canada Louise W. Hall Facility in Beeville. This historical building, Paul A. Jaure located on the west side of town, has played Rickey De Leon a vital role in educating Beeville’s youth. The Dr. Grady C. “Sam” Hogue, Jr. building is nationally recognized as one of the Emilia H. Dominguez few remaining Rosenwald Schools in Texas. Carroll W. Lohse It was once used by local African-American Fred C. Morón students. Once Beeville schools were fully Laura Fischer

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Dr. Thomas Baynum CBC President

Dr. Thomas B. Baynum is a native of Wilmington, Delaware. He is a graduate of Wilmington High School. He holds a Bachelors Degree in English and French and a Masters Degree in English from Wayne State College in Wayne, Nebraska. His doctorate degree from Baylor University in Waco is in higher education administration. Baynum served as Vice President of Academic Affairs at Palo Alto College in San Antonio from 2002 to 2007. He was also an English professor. Prior to that, he was Dean of Arts and Sciences at Richland Community College in Decatur, Illinois. He is the fourth president of Coastal Bend College.

Roxanne Aguirre Athletic Coordinator

Roxanne H. Aguirre begins her fourth year at Coastal Bend College. She brings with her 20 years of educational and coaching experience. She has coached all levels of youth and high school sports. In 1997, she took the Women’s Little League Big League girls to Waco to win the state championship and advance to Southern Regionals in Louisville, Kentucky. These girls finished one game away from the World Series tournament -- the only ones to have ever done that in District 29. In 1999, she took the head softball coaching job in Three Rivers. The team always made the playoffs. Aguirre heads the athletic department at Coastal Bend College. She is head volleyball and softball coach. Part of her duties is making sure that athletes are taken care an in compliance with NJCAA laws and policies. She is also student life activities coordinator. Coach Aguirre is a graduate of Coastal Bend College and holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Interdisciplinary Studies from Texas A&M University -- Corpus Christi. She will graduate in December with a Master’s Degree in Instructional Leadership from American Public University.


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Women’s Volleyball Schedule Head Volleyball Coach: Roxanne Aguirre

AUGUST 21 Cisco College Scrimmage Abilene TBA 28-29 Midland College Tournament Midland TBA SEPTEMBER 1 Blinn College CBC Beeville 6 p.m. 4-5 Lee College Tournament Baytown TBA 11-12 Laredo Community College Tournament Laredo TBA 15 Blinn College Brenham 6 p.m. 18-19 North Lake College Tri Match Irving 6:30 p.m. 25 Galveston College CBC Beeville 6 p.m. 26 Wharton County Jr. College CBC Beeville 1 p.m. 28 Laredo Community College Laredo 6 p.m. OCTOBER 2 Lee College Baytown 6 p.m. 3 San Jacinto College Pasadena 12 p.m. 9 Western Texas College Snyder TBA 10 Western Texas College Snyder TBA 12 Laredo Community College CBC Beeville 6 p.m. 16 Wharton County Jr. College Wharton 6 p.m. 17 Galveston College Galveston 2 p.m. 23 San Jacinto College CBC Beeville 6 p.m. 24 Lee College CBC Beeville 12 p.m.

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Men’s Basketball Schedule Head Basketball Coach: Bucky Hartman Assistant Basketball Coach: Tony Martinez

OCTOBER 28

Texas A&M Univ – Kingsville (Scrimmage)

Kingsville

6:30 p.m.

NOVEMBER 2 6-7 10 14 16 18 20-21 23 28 30

Universal City All-Stars Lamar State College Tourney San Jacinto College Temple College Victoria College McLennan Community College South Plains College Tourney McLennan Community College San Jacinto College Temple College

Beeville Port Aransas San Jacinto Beeville Beeville Waco Levelland Waco Beeville Temple

7 p.m. TBA 7 p.m. 2 p.m. 7 p.m. 5:30 p.m. TBA 5:30 p.m. 2 p.m. 6 p.m.

DECEMBER 3 4 5 11 17

Richland College North Lake College Brookhaven College Tomball College Lee College

Dallas Irving Dallas Tomball Beeville

7 p.m. 7 p.m. 2 p.m. 6 p.m. 6 p.m.

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Men’s Basketball Schedule JANUARY 2 4 8-9 12 18 23 25 30

Temple College Lee College Coastal Bend College Tourney Lone Star College -- Tomball Victoria College Lone Star College -- CyFair Schreiner University JV Southwest Texas Jr. College

Beeville Baytown Beeville Beeville Victoria Beeville Kerrville Beeville

2 p.m. 2 p.m. TBA 4 p.m. 7 p.m. 2 p.m. 7 p.m. 3 p.m.

FEBRUARY 5 13 19 23

Southwest Texas Jr. College Lone Star College – CyFair Claredon College Schreiner University JV

Uvalde Houston Temple Beeville

6 p.m. 2 p.m. 6 p.m. 6 p.m.

MARCH 2 4

Region XIV Play-off Region XIV Tourney

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Women’s District Softball Schedule March 12 March 13 March 19 March 20 March 26 March 27 April 9 April 10 April 16 April 17 April 23 April 24

Blinn College San Jacinto College Lamar State College Angelina College Galveston College Alvin Community College San Jacinto College Blinn College Angelina College Lamar State College Alvin Community College Galveston College

Men’s Soccer Men’s Basketball

Brenham Pasadena Beeville Beeville Galveston Alvin Beeville Beeville Lufkin Port Aransas Beeville Beeville

Women’s Volleyball Women’s Softball

For more information on Cougar Sports, go to www.coastalbend.edu For more information about the National Junior College Athletic Association, go to www.njcaa.org


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about what you’re going to do with your Coastal Bend College has answers. Academic Degrees University Transfer Programs Workforce Degrees & Certifications Continuing Education


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Men’s Soccer Schedule

Head Soccer Coach: Bill Cleaveland

SEPTEMBER 11 Tyler Junior College 12 Lon Morris College 17 Cisco Junior College 18 Western Texas College

San Jacinto San Jacinto Abilene Snyder

5 p.m. 1 p.m. 5 p.m. 4 p.m.

OCTOBER 2 4 9 10 16 17 25

San Antonio Georgetown Jacksonville Tyler San Jacinto San Jacinto Georgetown

1 p.m. noon 4 p.m. 1 p.m. 7 p.m. 2 p.m. noon

Our Lady of the Lake University reserve Southwestern University reserves Lon Morris College Tyler Junior College San Jacinto College San Jacinto College Southwestern University reserves

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Shelby Whitley, #17

Position:

Setter/Hitter

Hometown:

Edna, Texas

College Major: Kinesiology, Math Career Goal:

Teacher, Coach

High School:

Edna High School

Awards: Coastal Bend College: Team Captain, 2009 Hitter of the Year, 2009 Setter MVP, 2009 Setter of the Year, 2008 Utility Softball Player, 2009 3.3 GPA Senior Year: Academic All-District Cowgirl Athlete of the Year, 2008 Edna High School Team Captain

Junior Year: Academic All-District Team

Sophomore Year: Academic All-District Team

Freshman Year: Academic All-District Team


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Shaynna Scheffler, #1

Position:

Libero/Defensive Specialist

Hometown:

Poth

Height:

5’4”

College Major: Physical Therapy Career Goal:

Physical Therapist

High School:

Poth High School

Awards: State Championship Team State Runner-up Team District Championship Team Academic All-District Team Academic All-State Team All-State Defensive Player of the Year Express-News Great San Antonio Area Team TGCA All-Star

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Ieisha Flowers, #12

Position:

Middle Blocker/Outside Hitter

Height:

5’10”

Hometown:

Shiner, Texas

College Major: Business Administration, Accounting Career Goal:

Accountant

High School:

Shiner High School

Parents:

Barbara Curtis and Leonard Taylor

Awards: Coastal Bend College: All-Tournament, Laredo Community College Tourney Senior: District Co-MVP Victoria Advocate Player of the Year TGCA All-State First Team TSWA First Team All-State TGCA East All-Star Most Oustanding Athlete Junior: District Defensive Player of the Year All-Area First Team Defensive Player TGCA All-State First Team TSWA All-State First Team

Sophomore: District Defensive Player of the Year All-Area First Team Defensive Player Freshman: District Newcomer of the Year All-Area Second Team


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Emilee Bade, #5

Position:

Outside Hitter

Hometown:

Bishop, Texas

College Major: Early Development and Education Career Goal:

Pre-Kindergarten Teacher

High School:

Bishop High School

Awards:

Coastal Bend College: CBC Leadership Award

Senior Year: Bishop High School Team Captain Offensive Player of the Year Junior Year: Bishop High School Team Captain Offensive Player of the Year Sophomore Year: District Newcomer of the Year

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Gisela “Gigi” Guerrero

Position:

Setter

Height:

5’5”

Hometown:

Austin, Texas

College Major: Business, Photography High School:

Del Valle High School

Awards: Senior Year: All-District Second Team Academic All-District

Junior Year: Academic All-District

Sophomore Year: Academic All-District

Freshman Year: Academic All-District


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Kelsey Williams, #4

Position:

Defensive Specialist

Hometown:

Flatonia, Texas

College Major: Sociology, Social Work Career Goal:

Child Proctective Services Worker

High School:

Flatonia High School

Awards:

Coastal Bend College: Phi Theta Kappa Member

Sophomore Year: Academic All-District, 2005

FreshmanYear: Academic All-District, 2004

Senior Year: Ranked #4 in Senior Class All-District Outstanding Offensive MVP Schools Defensive MVP All-State First Team, 2007 All-District First Team, 2007 Academic All-District, 2007 Junior Year: All-State Second Team, 2006 All-Distrct First Team, 2006 Academic All-State, 2006 Academic All-District, 2006

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Kasey Haecker, #2

Position:

Outside Hitter

Height:

5’7”

Hometown:

Marion, Texas

College Major: Physical Therapy Career Goal:

Physical Therapist

High School:

Marion High School

Awards: All-district First Team All-area First Team Academic All-District Academic All-State Seguin Gazette MVP Marion Athletics MVP


Aimee Evans, #7

Position:

Defensive Specialist

Hometown:

Freer, Texas

College Major: Criminal Justice Career Goal:

Probation Officer

High School:

Freer High School

Awards: Senior Year: Freer High School Team Captain District Championship Team, 2009 Academic All-State Junior Year: Freer High School Team Captain District Championship Team, 2008 Offensive MVP, 2008 Sophomore Year: District MVP, 2007 Freshman Year: All-District First Team, 2006


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Maritza Flores, #6

Position:

Outside Hitter

Hometown: Roma, Texas College Major: Education High School:

Roma High School

Awards: Senior Year: Roma High School Team Captain Varsity Player All-District First Team (unanimous) Express Player of the Week Junior Year: Roma High School Team Captain All-District First Team Varsity Player Express Player of the Week

Sophomore Year: Roma High School Team Captain Varsity Player All-District Honorable Mention Freshman Year: Varsity Player


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Marlinda Medellin, #9

Awards: Varsity Player, 4 years All-District Second Team Team Captain, 3 years Express Player of the Week, 2 years

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Allyson Walton, #8

Position:

Middle Blocker/Outside Hitter

Hometown:

San Antonio ,Texas

College Major: Nursing, Pre-Medical Career Goal:

Doctorate Degree, Pediactric Registered Nurse

High School:

Southside High School

Awards:

All-District Second Team Top 10 in San Antonio for Blocking All-Tournament Southside High School Leading Hitter, Blocker Southside High School Second Leading in Digs


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Coastal Bend College

Saturday, October 31, 2009

Entry Application For: Where: Description: When: Entry Fee: Mail to: Contact: Amenities: Awards: 5K Map:

Coastal Bend College Monster Run benefits Coastal Bend College athletics Coastal Bend College parking lot behind gymnasium 5K Walk/Run on a scenic course at Coastal Bend College, rain or shine. Saturday, October 31, 2009 at 7:30 a.m. (race starts at 8 a.m.) P re-registration: $15 - Post-registration: $20 (Postmarked after October 26, 2009). Make checks payable to: Coastal Bend College Athletics Coastal Bend College, 3800 Charco Rd., Beeville, TX 78102 For race information please call Bucky Hartman (361) 354-2350. W ater available at check in and end of race. F ree t-shirt with early registration (by October 26). S tart at parking lot of Coastal Bend College located behind gymnasium. Run from parking lot up Louise Dr. Take a right on North St. Mary’s St. (Business 181) then a right on Linney Ln. At the end on Linney Ln. is 1 ½ miles. Take a right on Fish Ln. and then a right on 3355 back toward college. Take a left at the baseball eld entrance and follow the college track back to the lot (3 miles). Signs will be posted!!

ENTRY FORM

Send entry form with check payable to: Coastal Bend College Athletics Fee: $15 before October 26, 2009 - $20 after October 26, 2009 Check Addressed to: Coastal Bend College Athletics, 3800 Charco Rd., Beeville, TX Last Name: _____________________________ First Name: ________________________________________________ Address: _______________________________ City: ______________________ State:_________ Zip: ____________ Phone Number: _________________________ E-mail: ___________________________________________________ Gender: _______________ T-Shirt Size: _____ Age: ______________________ Date of Birth: ___________________ Team Name (if running in teams) ________________________________________ Captain: _______________________ Phone: _________________________________ E-mail: ___________________________________________________ (Parent or guardian if under 18 years old)I know that running a road race is a potentially hazardous activity. I should NOT ENTER and run unless I am medically able and properly trained. I agree to abide by any decision of a race of cial relative to my ability to safely complete the run. I assume all risks associated with running in this event included but not limited to falls, contact with other participants, the effect of the weather, traf c and the conditions of the road, all such risks being known and appreciated by me. In consideration for my entry I do hereby for myself, and anyone entitled to act on my behalf, waive and release Coastal Bend College, its af liates and subsidiaries, all sponsors, agents and representatives or assignors for any and all damages sustained and suffered by my connection with, my association with or entry in the race.

Signature: __________________________________________________________ Date: ________________________ COASTAL BEND COLLEGE 3800 Charco Road, Beeville, Texas 78102


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