He also spent time at Bowling Green State as an assistant coach for the women’s program during the 2015-16 season.
“I am honored to return to Bowling Green to lead the men’s golf program,” Powers said.
I look forward to working with a talented group of student-athletes who have the desire to do great things both on and off the course.” At CSU, Powers helped the women’s team capture their first Horizon League Championship in program history, as well as a berth in the NCAA regionals.
I feel confident that with both of our backgrounds and experience, we can continue to grow the program.
I am excited for this new opportunity and am extremely grateful to the entire athletic department for putting me in this position.” Tulane, ranked 86th in the Golfweek/Sagarin college rankings, starts the spring season Feb. • • • December 21 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA It was announced earlier this week that USF women’s golf coach Tiffany Prats will not return this spring. Last year, Prats first year on the job, the Bulls would place seventh in the American Conference Championship and finished the year ranked No. Prat played her college golf at the University of Miami, where she participated in NCAA regional play in 20.
Last season, Southern Mississippi collected a top-four finish in the Conference USA Championship and, after beating Middle Tennessee in a playoff for that fourth spot, advanced to match play for the first time in the school’s history (match play determines the league team champion).“We thank Jerry for his outstanding service to the University for the last 12 years and we look forward to him leading the program this spring,” said Director of Athletics Jon Gilbert.
“Jerry has been a tremendous mentor to our young golfers over the last decade.”Prior to coming to Southern Miss, Weeks was the Director of Golf Operations at Hattiesburg Country Club for 25 years.
“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.