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Dr. Bill Kuchler Head Coach

Dr. Bill Kuchler took

over the reigns of the Lynchburg College golf team four years ago after working in higher education for almost 30 years at the Division III level. He has an extensive coaching background, including 12 years as head golf coach at Lakeland College (WI) and 16 years as a head and assistant men’s basketball mentor. He was honored as the Lake Michigan Confer-

Berenice and Brian Fedder

Steve Smith

Assistant Coaches

Assistant Coach

Berenice Fedder joined the LPGA in 1980. She taught from 1982-1990 at Poplar Forest and has worked at London Downs since 1991. In 2008, Berenice started working at Boonsboro Country Club as well as teaching at London Downs. Brian became the head golf pro at Oakwood Country Club in 1978. From 2000-05, he worked at Botetourt Country Club and became a quarter century member of the PGA in 2000 and a life member in 2005. Currently Brian is a demo tech for Cobra and owns a leather repair business. Berenice and Brian have both attended numerous seminars on teaching golf, learning from Manuel de la Torre, Gary Wiren, Bob Toski, Eddie Merrins and Bob Rotella. The Fedders’s son was the 1998 Virginia State Junior Champion and is currently an assistant pro in Atlanta.

Steve Smith served his second year with the golf program

after spending seven years as an assistant baseball coach.

His duties include oversight of the strength and

conditiong program as well as administrative and practice duties. Along with his coaching duties, Smith is a faculty member in the School of Health Science and Human Performance teaching courses in Health and Physical Education and Exercise Physiology.

All-ODAC

37 All-ODAC Golfers Six ODAC Golfers of the Year: Rick Lareau, David Graham (2x), Paul DiPaolo, Andy Barbin, Brad Silcox

He is a certified strength and conditioning specialist

All-America

Eight All-Americans: Doug Howard, Mike Buhler, Rick Thayer, Sam Martin, David Graham (2x), Tom Pellat (2x)

ODAC Championships

Five ODAC Championships: 1979, 1982, 1985, 1987, 1989 Four ODAC Championship Runner-Ups: 1977, 1980, 1983, 1988

(CSCS) and he holds two credentials from USA Weightlifting. He graduated from Lynchburg in 1997 (B.S.) and in 1999 (M.Ed.) He is currently pursuing his doctorate from the University of Virginia in Motor Learning and is married to Jamie.

ence golf coach of the year in 2000 and coached three All-Americans.

In 2009, the team won the Glenn Heath Memo-

rial Shipbuilders Tournament. Three Hornets made the All-ODAC team and one player was voted as the ODAC Sportsman of the Year. The 2008 team also placed three golfers on the All-ODAC Team and won the Lynchburg College Tournament. In 2007, two golfers garnered All-ODAC accolades.

Kuchler, an associate professor of sport manage-

ment at LC the last six years, taught exercise and sport science at Lakeland for 15 years. He received his doctorate in sports management from the United States Sports Academy after completing his masters in education from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee and a bachelor’s degree from Carroll College (WI).

Sophomore Joey Brunet Sophomore Augie Camacho


Conrad Anguera

HONORABLE MENTION ALL-ODAC

Tentative 2010 Schedule Date

Tournament

Golf Course

FALL Sep. 19-20

Tom Kinder Memorial

Sep. 28-29

Hampden-Sydney Coll.

Oct. 3-4

Ted Keller Invite

Oct. 11-12

VA Collegiate Colf Champ. Wintergreen Resort

Oct. 26-27

Guilford College

Hunting Hawk The Cardinal

MAR. 14-15 HORNET SPRING INVITE

LONDON DOWNS

TBA

Shipbuilders Tourn.

Apr. 16-18

ODAC Championships

Michael

Augie

Butzgy

Camacho

SECOND TEAM ALL-ODAC VA Beach National

Marine Federal CU Tourn.

Sophomore Virginia Beach, Virginia Physical Education Major Coaching Minor 19 rounds, 81.2 average Low round: 72

The Manor Resort

Virginia Wesleyan Tourn.

Mar. 26-28

Brunet

Lynchburg College Golf

Lakeview

SPRING Mar. 6-7

Freshman Lynchburg, Virginia Sport Management Major International Relations Minor 21 rounds, 78.1 average Low round: 72

Joey

Camp Lejeune

Junior Miller Place, New York Elementary Education Major 15 rounds, 77.5 average Low round: 70

Sophomore Suffolk, Virginia Business Admin. Major Sport Management Minor 20 rounds, 83.5 average Low round: 77

Fords Colony Country Bay Creek

HOME TOURNAMENT PLAYED AT LONDOWN DOWNS

Sam Musselman All-ODAC Golfer Conrad Anguera

Freshman Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania Undeclared Major Six rounds, 84.3 average Low round: 83

All-ODAC Golfer Mike Butzgy looks to end his career on a high note and help guide Lynchburg into ODAC Championship contention.

2008-09 golf  

Eight All-Americans: Doug Howard, Mike Buhler, Rick Thayer, Sam Martin, David Graham (2x), Tom Pellat (2x) Sophomore Joey Brunet In 2009, th...

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