Sports duo to speak to NIC Booster Club



The North Idaho College Booster Club luncheon will feature two guest speakers at noon Tuesday, April 12, at the Outback Steakhouse in Coeur d’Alene. Whitworth College head men’s soccer coach Mogan Cathey and professional golfer Darin Vaughan will highlight the luncheon agenda.

Cathey is in his third season at Whitworth and has already made a huge impact, leading the Pirates to an overall record of 45-7-7, and a ranking of No. 22 in the 2015 final NCAA Division III poll. Whitworth was ranked as high as No. 3 during the year, and Cathey guided the Pirates to Northwest Conference titles in 2014 and 2015 and consecutive appearances in the NCAA Division III tournament. Cathey was a standout goalkeeper at Azusa Pacific University, earning All-American honorable mention, before finishing his playing career at the professional level in South Africa.

Darin Vaughan was born and raised in Spokane, Washington.  He played high school golf at Mead High School and went on to play collegiately at Oregon State and Eastern Washington University. He has been the Head PGA Professional at Twin Lakes Village Golf Club since 2002 and has been teaching golf for the past 17 years.

The spring sport coaches will also provide previews of the upcoming games and the NWAC post season tournaments. The NIC Booster Club meets twice a month, usually on the second and last Tuesday of each month. The special NIC Booster Club lunch menu is $10 or less and the public is welcome to attend the luncheon.

Information: NIC Athletics Coordinator Patty Stewart, (208) 769-3348 or

Posted: Friday, April 8, 2016

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