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Tulsa Names Lindsay Jones as Assistant Women's Golf Coach

Lindsay Jones was named assistant women's golf coach for the Golden Hurricane today.
Lindsay Jones was named assistant women's golf coach for the Golden Hurricane today.
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July 12, 2012

Tulsa, Oklahoma - University of Tulsa Head Women's Golf Coach Randy Keck announced today the appointment of Lindsay Jones as an assistant coach for the Golden Hurricane women's golf team.

Jones has spent the last two years (2010-12) as the Girls varsity golf coach at Tulsa's Union High School, where she led the Lady Redskins to the Class 6A Girls Golf State Championship in each of her two seasons. She was named the Oklahoma Coaches Association Region 7 Golf Coach of the Year both years, and was also selected as the Tulsa World High School Girls Coach of the Year in 2011.

Before that, Jones served as the assistant boys and girls golf coach at Union High School for two years (2008-10). She served as the golf shop manager and assistant golf professional at Emerald Falls Golf and Country Club for one year (2007-08).

Jones also coached and taught at Holland Hall (Okla.) High School from 2002-07.

"We're excited to have Lindsay join our golf program. She's proven herself on the high school level with back-to-back state championships at Union High School and she was a very good golfer as well, having played at ORU," said Keck. "We're excited about her energy and her knowledge of the game. Lindsay's connection with the high schools and coaches in the state of Oklahoma is important. We have very strong girls golf in Oklahoma, and hopefully Lindsay can help us add a few more Oklahoma kids to our roster."

"Lindsay is a Tulsan too. She grew up in Tulsa, attended Holland Hall High School and knows the tremendous history that Tulsa golf has had over the years," added Keck.

Jones played collegiate golf at Oral Roberts University, where she earned first-team all-conference honors in 2001 and was a second-team selection in 2002. She also earned academic all-conference accolades in 2002.

She earned her bachelor's degree in recreation administration from ORU in May 2004.