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January 12
Athletic Director Terry Gawlik announced the hire of Stephanie Young as head women’s golf coach at the University of Idaho.
Young comes to Idaho from Bowling Green where she was the head golf coach for the past 16 years.
“It is an honor to become the next head women’s golf coach for the Idaho Vandals,” Young said. “Thank you to Terry Gawlik and Heath Senour  for this fantastic opportunity. I am excited to begin working with our student-athletes and get settled into the Moscow community. I would also like to thank everyone at BGSU for entrusting me to lead their women’s golf program for 16 years. I will be forever grateful for my time there and am proud of all that we were able to accomplish together.”
During her time at BGSU, Young has guided the Falcons to a school-record 12 team tournament titles and 11 individual tournament titles. Young played her college golf at the University of Toledo.
Young replaces Lisa Ferrero, who left Idaho in October to take the job at Fresno State.
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