Amy Mc Collum will assume duties in the interim head coaching role for the women’s program.Mc Collum has been involved with the Austin Peay golf program since 2013, when she joined as a part-time assistant coach.The high-quality practice facility that we have on campus is something every head coach dreams about.Coaches all over the country are trying to raise money to build something like that, and we are blessed to have one right here on campus.” Most recently, Keck served as the Director of Recruitment and Senior Golf Instructor at Saddlebrook Prep Academy in Wesley Chapel, Fla., for two years and most recently as the Director of Athletics at Keystone Prep High School in Odessa, Fla., for the past year.Bowling Green State is expected to move quickly on filling the vacancy left by Ferrell. • • • November 9 LIFE PACIFIC COLLEGE Life Pacific College in San Dimas, Calif., is adding men’s and women’s golf starting next fall.In the meantime, assistant coach Julia Poca will handle the day-to-day operations until the position is filled. The school competes at the NAIA level and is a member of the Golden State Athletic Conference, which is considered one of the tougher leagues at that level.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.
“The facilities, the weather and the personnel warrant those goals, and it’s an exciting opportunity.
Keck, a 12-year collegiate coaching veteran, has been named the Troy University head women’s golf coach.
Keck replaces Bart Barnes, who moved into the men’s coaching position in mid-August.
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.