James Berry is coach. He is a 2013 graduate of Colorado State University-Pueblo where he was an All-Rocky Mountain Conference player and an Academic All-American.
New Mexico JC, only five shots out of the lead after three rounds, faded late and finished fourth in the 2019 National Junior College Athletic Association Division I Championship at Duran Golf Club in Melbourne, Fla. Central Alabama CC, fourth after two rounds and down 12 strokes to the leader, shot 23-under during the final two rounds to win the school's eighth national title. Indian Hills CC finished second, 13 strokes back of the winner, while rounding out the top five were Midland, New Mexico JC and Calhoun. The course was par 72, measuring 7,127 yards and produced an average score of 74.8 strokes.
The Thunderbirds' low man was Andrew Ni, who finished fourth (72-68-65-74=279). Zhane Chan tied for 12th (69-70-74-72=285).
New Mexico JC finished for ninth in the 2017 NJCAA D-I Championship, and fourth in the NJCAA District 2 Championship.
New Mexico JC placed eighth in the 2016 NJCAA Southwest Championship.
NMJC shot its best score during the final round and placed eighth in the 2015 National Junior College Athletic Association Division I Championship.
The Thunderbirds claimed third in the 2015 NJCAA Southwest Championship).
New Mexico JC finished seventh in the 2014 NJCAA District 2 Championship. In 2013, NMJC was eighth at the NJCAA Division I Championship.
New Mexico JC took fifth in the 2013 NJCAA District 2 Championship tied with Western Texas College for third at the 2013 Texas Junior College Championship.
The T-Birds tied for 11th at the 2012 NJCAA D-I Championship.
The New Mexico JC Thunderbirds finished third at the 2012 NJCAA District 2 Championship and sixth at the 10-team 2012 Texas Junior College Championshipe.
New Mexico JC took seventh in 2010 and ninth in 2011 at the NJCAA D-1 National Championship.
The Thunderbirds tied for first but lost in a playoff at the 2009 NJCAA D-I National Championship.