Moseley named Kennesaw State golf coach

Jay Moseley was hired Tuesday as the men’s golf coach at Kennesaw State. Mosely replaces…

Georgia (Sep 9, 2009)

Jay Moseley was hired Tuesday as the men’s golf coach at Kennesaw State. Mosely replaces Blake Smart, who left to be the assistant coach at Oklahoma.
Moseley, who is the fifth head coach in the history of KSU golf, was a three-year co-captain and honorable mention All-America at Auburn.
Last season Moseley, a native of Bainbridge, Ga., was a graduate assistant at Auburn where he helped lead the Tigers to six top-10 finishes including a second-place finish at the Jerry Pate Invitational.
“There is a lot of potential here,” added Moseley. “I feel that we have a talented group of players and are on the verge of breaking through to be a top tier team and that’s the goal I have for our program.”


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