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Women's Golf - Mon, Feb. 6, 2017

Georgetown College women's golf team will have new direction this spring. Tiger standout Marlene Nall Schulte takes over for Taylor Elder, who moved to Ohio when her husband accepted a new role in Campus Crusade ministries. Elder is now head women's coach at Cincinnati Christian University, but left behind a good group of golfers for Schulte in her first season at the helm.

"I'm very excited and grateful for the opportunity to take over the women's program at Georgetown College," Schulte said. "As an alumnus and former player, it is an honor to be head coach. I look forward to our team becoming a major contender in the Mid-South Conference. The players have put in the hard work through this off-season, and we are excited for the spring."

GC tees it up in their annual Florida tournament Feb. 20-21, playing host to a handful of other teams at the historic St. Augustine golf course.

Schulte graduated with a degree in exercise science in 2012, went on to get a master's from University of Kentucky and has been working as Director of Golf Fitness for DiNardo Sports. She married fellow GC graduate Sam Schulte in 2015. The couple reside in Lexington.



 

 
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