“We feel very fortunate to have him as our assistant coach and look forward to the impact he will make on our program,” Pepperdine coach Michael Beard said. Amy Mc Collum will assume duties in the interim head coaching role for the women’s program.
“He’ll bring a high level of competitiveness, knowledge of the game and experience to the team. Mc Collum has been involved with the Austin Peay golf program since 2013, when she joined as a part-time assistant coach.
“Mike has given so much to this program over many years and has certainly earned this time to spend on retirement with his expanding family,” said Jenn Judy, UD Associate Athletic Director, Student Services and Sport Administration.
“Our Blue Hens family will miss him, and look forward to seeing Mike continue to support UD and the golf programs as a proud alum.” Patty Post, who previously served six seasons as the head coach the University of Delaware women’s golf team, is currently in her first season as Director of men’s and women’s golf programs.
I love Blaine’s passion for coaching and his desire to invest in relationships. Robson, meanwhile, will slot into an operations role designed to streamline the functionality of Austin Peay home sporting events.
He’s a great fit for the University and our men’s golf program.” Woodruff played his college golf at the University of South Carolina where he was named the teams MVP his freshman season (2010-11). She will oversee student and part-time event workers, coordinate the needs and fulfillment for opponents and officials and aid in crowd control, among a host of other day-to-day duties. MARY’S Not often do we see head coaching changes in the middle of the season, but it has been announced that Kevin Farrell is leaving Bowling Green State and has been named the head men’s and women’s coach at Mount St. Ferrell has been the men’s golf coach at Bowling Green State for the past five seasons.
As an Aggie, he helped the men’s program win two conference championships.
Bowen was a three-time conference first team honoree and was also invited to participate in the NCAA West Regional Golf Tournament as an individual on two separate occasions. M., native won the 2002 New Mexico individual state championship as a senior at Eldorado High School.
I would like to thank the Blue Hen players, assistant coaches and administrators who made my tenure an incredible experience.” Keogh was named the 2015 CAA Coach of the Year after guiding a young squad to four second-place finishes and a sixth-place result at the league championship.
“We wish Tiffany the best in her future endeavors and are actively engaged in identifying an excellent leader for our women’s golf program. Before arriving at USF, Prat was the head coach at Marshall.
This is an amazing institution and a great program, and I am confident we will find a terrific coach to lead these young women,” USF Athletic Director Mark Harlan said. Prior to that, she was an assistant coach at San Diego State and Maryland.
Born and raised in Moscow, Button is a 2003 graduate of Moscow High School and went on to play golf collegiately at Lewis and Clark State College.“There is a distinct difference in the team’s ability to perform when there are two coaches on the course,” said Nuhn.
“It was a really big deal to bring someone in who will be a tremendous asset during tournament play.” • • • September 8 TROY After sitting out of college golf the past three years, Randy Keck is back coaching.
Bowen, who has been an assistant coach with the Aggies for the past five seasons, replaces Jackie Booth who retired following the 2016-17 season.