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3rd Annual Hall Of Fame

The Oxnard College Athletic Alumni Association is hosting its 3rd Annual Hall of Fame Banquet on May 11 at the Oxnard College Performing Arts Center Conference Room.

Tenley Garcia

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Women's Soccer 1999-2001

Tenley Garcia participated in the Oxnard College Women’s Soccer team from 1999-2001 and was voted the Western State Conference Player of the Year at Oxnard College. Tenley received a scholarship and was recruited to plat at Holy Names University, in Oakland, CA where she received her Bachelor’s Degree in Business. During her time in Oakland, Tenley joined the San Francisco Nighthawks where she continued being a soccer star. She then moved back home and took on an assistant coaching position at Oxnard College while also continuing to play soccer for the newly established Ventura County Fusion team. During her time with VCF Tenley continued to lead her team with goals and was quickly recruited to play for the Santa Clarita Blue Heat. Tenley now owns a Landscaping business and resides in Oxnard with her husband and her three-year-old son.

Jon Larson

Baseball 1979-1980

Jon Larson participated in the Oxnard College Baseball team from 1979-1980. During his first year, he was part of the historic team that clinched the WSC Championship under the guidance of Jerry White (OCAAA HOF Recipient 2022). During his second year Jon led the state of California in batting average, with an impressive .489. Jon was named First-Team JC All-American and was named Oxnard College Athlete of the Year. His exceptional skills earned him a scholarship to Fresno State University. After his athletic career, Jon returned back to Oxnard College where he served as the Head Coach for the baseball team from 1999-2018. Under his leadership, the Condors claimed multiple WSC Championships and consistently qualified for playoffs. Furthermore, Jon holds a record-breaking 423 wins for Oxnard College. Among Jon’s many achievements as head coach, the most remarkable one has been his induction into the California Community College Baseball Hall of Fame in 2019.

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Marti Dibble

Athletic Trainer 1985-2005

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Born and raised in the heart of athletic endeavors, Marti's journey began at OC in 1985, where she laid the groundwork for her legacy. The humble beginnings of OC's training room epitomized Marti's resourcefulness. Operating out of a modest space with minimal amenities, she provided essential care to athletes, often with limited resources. Even when the training room underwent a less-than-ideal relocation to makeshift trailers, Marti's unwavering commitment to her craft never faltered. During the 1994 World Cup, Marti had the privilege to work with the Cameroon National Team. After suffering a back injury in 1996, Marti had to retire from her role as an athletic trainer in 2005. She then transitioned into an adjunct instructor, imparting her wisdom to future generations of aspiring athletic trainers. Marti bid farewell to OC in 2013, leaving behind a legacy defined by unwavering dedication.

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