Jamie Mauntler Announces Resignation as Menís Golf Coach
TOLEDO, OH - University of Toledo men's golf coach Jamie Mauntler announced his resignation today following nine years at the helm of the Rockets' program.
"I am thankful for my time at the University of Toledo which has been part of my life beginning in 1992 as a student-athlete," Mauntler said. "I accomplished a great deal, but I am most proud of all the great student-athletes I coached and mentored in my nine years as head coach."
Mauntler guided the Rockets to the 2004 Mid-American Conference title en route to receiving the league's Coach of the Year honors in his debut season as head coach. The Toledo native and 1997 UT graduate coached one MAC Golfer of the Year (Brad Heaven-2004), one MAC Freshman of the Year (Chris Selfridge-2012), one MAC medalist (Ciaran McAleavey-2008), five All-MAC honorees (Heaven-2004, Justin Bertsch-2004 & 2005, Ciaran McAleavey-2008, Selfridge-2012) and five Academic All-MAC recipients (Heaven-2004, Bertsch-2005, McAleavey-2008, Jean-Hubert Trahan-2009 & 2010) during his nine-year tenure.
"I want to thank Jamie for his years of service and dedication to our men's golf program," Athletic Director Mike O'Brien said. "He's been a tremendous representative for our athletic department, and we wish him well in all of his future endeavors."
O'Brien added that a national search for a new head coach would begin immediately.