Tulsa coach Fale Dale McNamara passed away on October 30th. She was 86 at the time of her demise.
Who is Dale McNamara?
Dale is famously known as the coach of Tulsa, who has won four national championships. Born in Tulsa, Oklahoma, Dale herself was a player who won the Oklahoma women’s amateur seven times.
After Tulsa was added to women’s golf, Dale volunteered to coach. But there were no players or money in the beginning, but soon Tulsa became a four-time champion, including the AIAW and NCAA championships. In her career, she had a total victory of 81, making her the fourth on the all-time list of women’s college coaches. She retired in 2000.
What happened to Dale McNamara?
It was reported that Dale was battling cancer for the second time and breathed her last on October 30th .It was reported that she died with her daughters by her side. Sue was survived by her kids, Melissa and Cathy.
Melissa posted a tribute to her mother, stating that she was an incredible mother, wife, coach, advocate, mentor, and friend. She continued by saying that she touched many people’s lives and made a difference.
How did Dale McNamara die?
Dale McNamara passed away after battling cancer. She was 86 at the time of her death.
Cause of Dale McNamara’s death
Dale McNamara passed away after battling cancer. It was reported that it was her second time battling cancer.
A memorial service will occur at Sharp Chapel, Tulsa, on November 28th at 3 pm. All those who wish to offer flowers can instead make donations to the Tulsa women’s golf program in memory of McNamara.