Women's Golf

Coach Guerrero


Head Coach John Guerrero is in his tenth season as men's and 14th as women's coach. Guerrero knows there is tough competition in the ACCAC and 2014 will be no different.

A Mesa native, John Guerrero attended Westwood High School where he was the #1 player on the Warriors golf team as a junior and senior, followed by two years at Mesa Community College. In 1993, he founded the Madison Golf Academy in Phoenix, an enrichment program for elementary students, which he ran for seven summers. He became a professional golfer in 1996, and joined the staff of the Riverview Golf Course in Mesa. Since 1999, he has been associated with the Dobson Ranch Golf Course as a teaching instructor.

A member of the National Golf Coaches Association, John was named women’s golf coach at MCC in 2001 and the men’s coach in 2005. For the past four years he has been named Women’s Golf Coach of the Year by the Arizona Community College Athletic Conference in recognition of having one of the top programs in the country. He puts particular emphasis on teaching the finer points of the game to help his players improve their skills and be able to compete at a high level.


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  PHOENIX, AZ - Although there were only two teams involved, the Mesa women;s golf team, got its fall season off to a good start by defeating...
Final results   DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. - Torrential rain cancelled the fourth, and final, round of the NJCAA Women's Golf National Championship...
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Results through round three DAYTONA BEACH, Fla -- The Mesa women's golf team remains in fourth place after round three of the NJCAA...
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Tournament results DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. -- The Mesa women's golf team managed to move up to fourth place with a total score of 643 in ...
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First Round Results DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. - The Mesa women's golf team secured fifth-place with a score of 324 in Round One of...

Women's Golf 2014

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