30 Jun '16, 6pm

[email protected]_WGolf assistant Andrea VanderLende resigns. Story:

.@UW_WGolf assistant Andrea VanderLende resigns. Story:

Washington’s assistant Andrea VanderLende chats with WenYung Keh during the final round of medal play at the Women's NCAA Championships at Eugene Country Club. - (Golfweek/Tracy Wilcox) One month after Washington’s women claimed the NCAA title in dramatic fashion, associate head coach Andrea VanderLende surprisingly stepped down from coaching. VanderLende, who turns 33 on July 6, said the move is not a retirement. It’s more of a change in direction. “It’s time to become a head coach,” she said, “or do something else.” The stiff competition in women’s college golf isn’t limited to players. The influx of assistant-coaching positions across the board, and additional head-coaching jobs at new programs, means it could be a long wait for the right fit. Also, as salaries have improved, more male coaches have moved into women’s college golf. “Every year there’s not that many jobs ...

Full article: http://golfweek.com/2016/06/30/vanderlende-resigns-7-year...

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