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1/4/06

Texas College Basketball Coach Resigns

Texas College announced today, Chanslor "Champ" Watson resigned his position as the Texas College men's basketball head coach citing personal reasons.  Coach Watson had been on an administrative leave of absence since December 15th.  In the interim, assistant coach Matt Cross will be responsible for coaching the men's program and Jay Brown, Texas College's Athletic Director, will serve as the Director of Basketball Operations.

Coach Brown commented Wednesday about Coach Watson's resignation saying, "It is unfortunate that Coach Watson had to resign, but we wish him the best of luck in his future endeavors.  We appreciate his efforts this season and understand his need to do what's in the best interest of his family."

The Steers' next home contest will be Saturday, January 13th versus Huston-Tillotson at the John Tyler High School Gymnasium.  The women will play first at 4:00 and the men will follow at 6:00.

 

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