Women's Wrestling Coaches
Coach White is getting on the mat for his second year as Head Women’s Wrestling Coach and is looking forward to rally up the Lady Lakers for the 2014-1015 wrestling season. In Coach Whites first year as head coach he helped lead his team to their 3rd consecutive NCWWA National Title. Not only did the Lady Lakers finish the 2013-2014 season with a national title, but they did so in great academic style with a team GPA of 3.34.
Native to Grants Pass Oregon, Coach White started his college wrestling carrier at Southwestern Oregon Community College and wrestled under Veteran Head Coach Adam Whitlatch. He then finished his wrestling carrier at Southern Oregon University. Coach White assisted under Coach Adam Whitlatch for 3 seasons before taking over the Women’s Wrestling Program.
Coach White’s vision for the Southwestern Oregon Women’s Wrestling Program is not only to produce All- Americans and National Champions on the mat, but to also help develop his wrestlers into complete well rounded student athletes.
Coach Joseph Mavins is begins his second year of coaching at Southwestern Oregon Community College. Coach Mavins has also served as head coach for ROP-Silver State Academy and as an assistant for Lassen Community College and The University of North Carolina at Pembroke. Coach Mavins wrestled at both LCC , where he was a all- American and a NCAA Super Region 2 Champ while qualified for the NCAA Division II Tournament while at UNCP. Coach Mavins also competed a year at Fresno State.
Mavins graduated with his bachelor's degree in physical educatuion from UNCP and is seeking to start a master's program.
Alexander and Barbara Mavins are the parents of coach Joe Mavins and they still lives in his home town of Orangeburg SC. He has an older sister (Sylvia Mavins) that lives in Norfolk, VA and works as an accountant.