Chris Fry has been named Brevard College Head Men's and Women's Golf Coach effective immediately, announced Director of Athletics Myranda Nash. Fry will lead the Tornado golf teams through the end of the 2019 spring season, the final season of intercollegiate varsity golf at Brevard College.
Fry, an alumnus of Brevard College, has been elevated to Head Coach after spending the past two seasons as an Assistant Coach for the Tornados.
"I am thrilled that Chris will be leading our men's and women's golf programs this season," said Nash. "He will provide our student-athletes with a great experience and I look forward to their success in this final season."
Prior to his tenure as Assistant Coach, Fry was a four-year letter winner for Brevard College. An outstanding student, Fry earned Academic All-American honors his senior year. A Dean's List and Honor Roll student, he belonged to three honor societies – Omicron Delta Kappa, Alpha Chi, and Sigma Beta Delta. Fry graduated Magna Cum Laude with a Bachelor's in Arts in Business and Organizational Leadership in May 2017.
Fry's golf background also includes experience at the Etowah Valley Golf & Resort in Etowah, N.C. and currently as a staff member at the Connestee Falls Golf Club in Brevard, N.C.
Chris Fry is a 2017 graduate of Brevard College and a four-year letter winner on the Tornados’ golf team.
A business and organizational leadership major at Brevard, Fry earned Academic All-American honors as a senior.
In his first year with the Tornados (2014-15), Fry played in two tournaments and had an 82.6 stroke average. His best round came at the Etowah Intercollegiate where he fired a 75.
As a sophomore, Fry appeared in three tournaments and twice shot a 79 as he wrapped up the season with a stroke average of 82.2.
Fry took to the course on four occasions during his senior season at Brevard. His first outing resulted in a 153 score at the Etowah Intercollegiate (Sept. 19-20), where he recorded scores of 80 and 73. He came away with solid performances at The Competitor’s Cup (81), Hummingbird Intercollegiate 81-78 (159) and Tennessee River Rumble (81).