ETSU introduced on Friday that Warren might be retiring on the finish of the 2019 spring season, his 34th atop the Buccaneers’ program.
“The previous 33 years as the top trainer of the ETSU males’s golfing program has produced such a lot of superb recollections which I will be able to cherish within the years forward,” Warren mentioned via a press free up issued through the college. “I wish to specific my gratitude to Scott Carter, Jeremy Ross and Dr. Brian Noland for his or her management and strengthen because the transition is made to a brand new chief of our males’s golfing program.”
On the conclusion of the season, present affiliate head trainer Jake Amos might be appointed the Bucs’ new head trainer.
Jake (Amos) is undoubtedly probably the most best younger coaches in school golfing, and his affect has already been felt in our program,” Warren mentioned. “He has each performed and coached on the very best stage of Department I golfing, and I’m assured that our program is in very succesful arms shifting ahead. There have simplest been two males’s golfing coaches up to now 61 years because the inception of this system, and I’m proud that Jake would be the 3rd.”
The college and athletics division seems ahead to a birthday party of Warren’s illustrious occupation, which contains 8 years between Oklahoma State (assistant trainer) and Texas Christian (head trainer), with alumni and supporters of this system. Main points in regards to the birthday party might be introduced at a later date.
“There are such a lot of folks I wish to thank for his or her strengthen and friendship over the last 3 many years,” Warren mentioned. “I look ahead to having that chance within the weeks and months forward. I additionally look ahead to proceeding to be one the of proudest supporters of East Tennessee State College, our athletics program and the boys’s golfing workforce within the years forward. Cross Bucs!”
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