Kayser named Boston College head coach
Thursday, June 7, 2012
CHESTNUT HILL, Mass. – Drew Kayser has been named head coach of the Boston College men’s and women’s golf teams, and Bill Poutre has been promoted to associate head coach.
Kayser joined the Eagles before the 2008 season and was responsible for technical skills training, strategic coaching, tactical planning and mental conditioning while being instrumental in overall player development.
He led the women’s team to three Rutgers Invitational titles (2008, '09 and '11) and guided the men’s team to the 2010 ECAC Golf Championship.
“I am honored to be selected as the head coach of the men’s and women’s golf programs at Boston College,” Kayser said. “I look forward to providing positive experiences for the student-athletes here at BC.”
Poutre joined Boston College as an assistant coach in 2010 and has significant head coaching experience. He coached at Hartford for three seasons before taking the head position at Long Beach State for two seasons.
“I am certainly blessed to have the opportunity to positively impact the lives of great young people at one of the finest academic institutions in the country,” Poutre said.
He will continue to lead the recruiting efforts for the men’s and women’s programs, and will serve as the primary competition coach for the men’s program.
– Information from Boston College was used in this report.
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