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Iowa introduces new women's assistant golf coach

BY CODY GOODWIN | JULY 01, 2013 5:00 AM

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The Iowa women’s golf program has named Todd Selders the new assistant coach. Head coach Megan Menzel made the announcement on June 28.

Selders brings 20 years of college and prep golf coaching experience to the Iowa staff after serving as the assistant women’s golf coach at North Carolina State for the past two seasons. N.C. State placed second in the Atlantic Coast Conference Tournament in 2013 and advanced to NCAA regional competition for the second-straight year.

N.C. State also won three tournament titles in 2012 — the Wolfpack advanced through regionals and finished 13th in the country that same year.

“I am very excited to have Todd join our staff,” Menzel said in a release. “Todd brings excellent experience to our staff and has proven through the years to be an outstanding recruiter. I know Todd will help us continue to make the climb in the Big Ten and nationally. Todd is very respected by his peers across the country and has proven at every stop along the way to be effective. I know he will be a great fit for us here at Iowa.”

Selders was the associate head coach for the men’s golf program at Coastal Carolina in 2011 after serving as the women’s head golf coach at Southern Methodist University for 11 seasons (2000-2010). Selders also made a stop at Oklahoma from 1997-2000.

Selders, a native of Edmond, Okla., led the SMU women’s program to NCAA regional play four times. In 2006, his team placed second in the Conference USA Championships, which helped earn him Coach of the Year honors. Selders was also named the WAC Coach of the Year in 2004.


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