EDMOND (July 26) – The University of Central Oklahoma announced Tuesday Josh Fosdick as the new men’s golf coach.
Fosdick brings eight years of coaching experience to UCO. He comes from Rogers State in Claremore, where he coached for two years and was the Heartland Conference Coach of the Year in 2014-2015 leading Rogers State to three tournament wins.
"We’re super excited to get back to Edmond and UCO," Fosdick said. "Edmond has always been a special place for our family and UCO is central to that city."
Fosdick was the Assistant Golf pro at Oak Tree Country Club from 2011-2012. He also coached at Edmond Memorial High School from 2007-2009, where the boy’s golf team twice finished in the top-10 at the Class 6A state tournament.
Other stops include Oklahoma State, where Fosdick served as an assistant coach for the men’s and women’s programs from 2009-2011, and Texas-Pan American, where he served as head coach from 2012-2014.
While Fosdick was an assistant coach for the Oklahoma State women’s golf team, current LPGA Tour member Caroline Hedwall won the individual NCAA Division I National Championship.
Fosdick is a graduate of Northwestern State University in Natchitoches, La., and played three years of golf there while earning a degree in Professional Chemistry.
Fosdick played two years on the National Golf Association’s tour.
A native of Casper, Wyo., Fosdick and his wife Stephanie have three children, Adison, Olivia, and Isaac.