O.D. Vincent III

Vincent action

Sport: Men's Golf (player and coach)
Letters Won: 4 (1987-'89, '91)

National Honors
‣ 1999 National Coach of the Year (Golf Coaches Association of America)
‣ 1999 District VIII Coach of the Year
‣ Coached UW to fourth-place finish at 1999 NCAA championships (UW's highest-ever finish at the time)
‣ 1988 honorable mention All-America

Conference Honors
‣ Medalist at 1988 Pac-10 Championships
‣ Led UW to 1988 Pac-10 team championship
‣ Finished second at 1991 Pac-10 Championships
‣ First-team All-Pac-10 in 1988 and second-team in 1991
‣ 1999 Pac-10 Co-Coach of the Year

Other Athletic Honors/Awards
‣ Won three individual tournament titles at Washington
‣ Finished in the top 10 in eight college tournaments in 1991 and in three tournaments in UW career
‣ Only man in Pac-10 history to win Pac-10 medalist honors and Pac-10 Coach of the Year

Post-UW Athletic Accomplishments
‣ Currently senior associate athletic director at the University of Washington
‣ Named Pac-10 Coach of the Year at UCLA in 2003 and 2006
‣ Was also head men's golf coach at Duke
‣ Won two Pac-10 titles, two NCAA regional titles and finished in the top eight at the NCAA Championships four times while coaching UCLA
‣ Was the only American to qualify for the PGA European Tour in 1991, earning a spot in the 1992 British Open