Klein resigns as women’s golf coach at University of Tulsa

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TULSA, Okla. – Emilee Klein has resigned as The University of Tulsa women’s golf coach citing personal reasons, the school announced today.

Klein was in her fourth season coaching the Golden Hurricane in rebuilding the tradition-rich program. Her team claimed one tournament title during her tenure, which came at the 2017 Dale McNamara Invitational.

“We wish Emilee and her family the very best. The golf program overall was able to take some positive strides the last few years under Emilee’s guidance, and we look forward to continuing that progress,” said senior woman administrator/executive associate athletic director Crista Troester.

Klein was an All-America golfer at Arizona State University in the 1990s and had an 11-year career on the LPGA Tour.

Before coming to Tulsa, Klein held head coaching positions at UCF and San Diego State.

Sarah Bradley, associate head coach, will coach the team the remainder of the 2018 spring season.

Tulsa will conduct a national search for a women’s golf coach.


 

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