Carla Munch - Miranda Named Assistant Coach for Team Canada at 2010 World University Games in Spain


Carla Munch-Miranda Named Assistant Coach for
Team Canada at 2010 World University Games in Spain

(Pickering, Ont., February 1, 2010) - Carla Munch-Miranda has been named to the Team Canada coaching staff for a second consecutive time. Munch-Miranda will be joined by fellow Men’s Golf Coach Dave Hollinger and Head Coach Ray Chateau when the team travels to Spain in June. Miranda last coached the team in 2008 in South Africa.

“I am very honoured and excited to be representing Canada and the University of Waterloo at the FISU World University Golf Championship,” said Munch-Miranda. “It's a great accomplishment for the University of Waterloo's Golf Program to have both our Men's and Women's Coach's chosen for this team as well as for two of our players Garrett Rank and Tiffany Terrier to be representing the University of Waterloo and Canada.”

Munch-Miranda has become one of the top female golf coaches in Canada. She has guided the Warrior Women to a number of Top 5 showings. The highlight of those showings in a silver medal in 2008 and a bronze medal in 2009 both coming at the OUA Championships. Munch-Miranda was also named the 2008 and 2007 OUA Women’s Golf Coach of the Year.

“Our Programs are both becoming recognized as one of the best in the country,” said Munch-Miranda, the 2006 Ontario PGA Assistant of the Year. “It is evident that Tiffany and Garrett's hard work, dedication, leadership and results on the golf course have earned them this prestigious honour.”

Munch-Miranda is a co-owner of the Cambridge Golf Club with her husband Chris and Superintendent Blaine Miller. Cambridge Golf Club also happens to be the home course of the University of Waterloo Women’s golf team.

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