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  • 2015 Storm Golf Roster

    ChadManesChad Manes
    Year: Sophomore
    Hometown: Beatrice, NE
    School: Beatrice High School
    Chad attended Beatrice High School and played golf under coach Dick Stuart. Chad’s highlights in his golf career thus far include being a two-time district champion for BHS and placing 15th at the Class B State Tournament his senior year. He plans to have a strong sophomore campaign and help lead the Storm to another Region IX title. His goals for the year are to win regionals and win the national tournament held in Scottsboro, Ala.
     
    LaneGascoigneLane Gascoigne
    Year: Freshman
    Hometown: Callaway, NE
    School: Callaway High School
    Gascoigne enjoyed a successful high school career. Highlights include finishing seventh at the Class D State Tournament and playing in the senior all-star golf tournament. Lane brings energy to the Storm golf team. His goals for the year are to keep an average in the 70s and qualify for nationals.
     
    RonanHigginsRonan Higgins
    Year: Freshman
    Hometown: Galway, Ireland
    Ronan Higgins, from Galway, Ireland, joins the Storm golf team with aspirations of success. Highlights of his career in Ireland include Captains Prize at his home golf course and the Match Play winner at Connacht Gort Golf Club. He plans to be a key asset for the Storm, and his goals are to qualify for and win nationals.
     
    ClaytonPetersonClayton Peterson
    Year: Freshman
    Hometown: Lincoln, NE
    School: Lincoln Southeast
    Peterson was the 2014 Class A State Runner-Up playing for Lincoln Southeast High School. He brings talent, experience and leadership to this year’s squad. Clayton played, and placed well, this past summer in several Nebraska Golf Association tournaments. His goal of seeking an NCAA Division I scholarship will be within range as SCC makes plans for this year’s national tournament.
     
    LeightonThomasLeighton Thomas
    Year: Freshman
    Hometown: York, NE
    School: York High School
    Thomas played for coach Dan Malleck. Leighton joins the Storm golf program after a successful high school career. Highlights include being a four- time state qualifier, finishing sixth and fourth place at state, winning districts his senior year, and making it into the elite eight round of the Nebraska Junior Match Play Championship. Leighton’s goals for the season are to qualify for and win nationals.
     
    CalebHarmsCaleb Harms
    Assistant Coach
    Caleb played golf under Coach Bill Campbell from 2010-2012 where he was a part of the “dream team.” Caleb finished ninth at nationals his sophomore year, earning him Second-Team All-America honors. Harms also attended Beatrice High School and played under Coach Dick Stuart, where he finished second at state his senior year and earned All-State honors. Harms went on to play at NCAA Division 1 Southern Illinois University, where he was team captain his senior year. “I’m excited to come back to SCC to be a coach. I love this place and feel like I have a lot of knowledge to share. Playing at the NCAA level is a big jump, and I feel I can help these players get ready for the next level. I enjoy helping the players with their game and also seeing them improve. We have a very talented team this year.”

     
    BillCampbellWilliam Campbell
    Head Coach
    Bill started coaching at Southeast Community College in 1985, heading the women’s volleyball and basketball programs, as well as men’s golf. Highlights of his women’s coaching career include: 224 career volleyball wins, a 40-10 volleyball season (1991) and being chosen basketball Coach of the Year three times (1989, 1991, 1993) all while competing at the NJCAA Division I level. Bill’s golf teams have had significant success, with 15 team trips to the national tournament, including a current consecutive appearance streak of 10. “We look to be the strongest team in the region again, but you have to play and win the 54-hole regional to qualify. We are working very hard to qualify for our 11th consecutive national tournament May 19-22 in Scottsboro, Ala.” The lifetime friendships forged and interacting with the character, ability and personalities of the many athletes has given Bill the most pleasure.“I enjoy being around young adults, and my goal has been to help my players achieve at the highest level possible in the sport of golf and in life.”