Tulane Tabs Mandi Morrow as Assistant Women's Golf Coach

TULANEGREENWAVE.COM Mandi Morrow spent the 2013-14 campaign as an assistant coach at IUPUI.
Mandi Morrow spent the 2013-14 campaign as an assistant coach at IUPUI.

July 23, 2014

New Orleans - Tulane's head women's golf coach Lorne Don announced today the hiring of Mandi Morrow as the program's first full time assistant coach and she will begin her duties immediately.

Morrow, 25 comes to Tulane from Indiana University-Purdue University at Indianapolis (IUPUI) where she served as the assistant coach during the 2013-14 season. She helped the Jaguars to five Top-10 finishes, including three Top-5 efforts during her lone season.

"We are so excited for Mandi to be joining the Green Wave family," Don said. "I knew her as a collegiate player and her work ethic is second to none. To have someone that played Division I golf at the highest level and already has a year of coaching experience under her belt is a great addition to our program. Mandi will be a perfect fit with our current team and I cannot wait for her to start working with them when they report at the end of August."

Morrow, 25, will join a Green Wave program that begins its first season in the American Athletic Conference and returns its entire lineup from last year's squad that won the Conference USA title, posted a 15th place finish NCAA Championships and ranked 30th nationally.

"I would to thank Coach Don and the entire interview committee for allowing me the opportunity to become the assistant women's golf coach at Tulane University," Morrow said. "I am absolutely thrilled to be joining such a dominant program. Since being reinstated in 2008, the program has had a great amount of success and I am really looking forward to working with such a competitive group of ladies."

A native of Kent, Ohio, Morrow played for her father, Mike, at Kent State University from 2008-12 and helped the Flashes to four consecutive Mid-American Conference (MAC) crowns. She was a two-time second team All-MAC selection and finished among the top 10 at the MAC Championships twice in her career.



Her best career 18 was a final round 68 at the 2011 Stanford Intercollegiate while she also carded a final round 71 at the 2010 NCAA Women's National Championships in Wilmington, N.C. Among her best tournament finishes was a third-place effort at the Ohio State Lady Buckeye Spring Invite in 2011 and a 14th-place tie at the 2011 NCAA Central Regional, missing qualifying for the national championships by one shot.

She twice made sweet sixteen appearances at the Western Amateur and made three appearances at the U.S. Women's Public Links Golf Tournament. In 2011, she made it to the match play portion at Bandon Dunes in Bandon, Oregon. In 2009, she played in the U.S. Amateur Championships in St. Louis.

While at KSU, Morrow participated in the Athletic Leadership Academy and was also a Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) representative. She also worked in the athletics department in marketing and athletic advancement.

She earned her degree in Sport Administration in 2012 and was also a volunteer assistant with the KSU women's golf program during the Fall 2013.

Morrow starred at Kent's Roosevelt High School, earning First Team All-Ohio honors as a senior.