Cheryl Stacy has announced she will resign as head coach of the Michigan women’s golf team. Stacy is at the end of her fourth season as head coach of the Wolverines, a position she took after four seasons as an assistant coach.
“It has been a great honor to have been at the University of Michigan over the last eight years,” said Stacy. “Throughout my time in Ann Arbor, I have had the privilege of surrounding myself with some of the greatest student-athletes and many, many quality young ladies. Being able to help and mentor them on and off the golf course is something I will always remember fondly. I wish nothing but great success for the program in the future.”
During Stacy’s career, Michigan twice advanced to the NCAA Central Regional as a team. Michigan, ranked No. 88 in the Golfweek/Sagarin College Rankings, ended its season with a 10th-place finish at the Big Ten Championship on April 28.
Michigan will begin an immediate search for Stacy’s replacement.
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