Jamie Broce has been hired as the University of Toledo men's golf coach.
Broce replaces Jamie Mauntler, who resigned in May after nine years.
Broce played at Ball State and was the Mid-American Conference player of the year and sportsman of the year as a senior in 1999.
He was a touring professional for nine years before coaching at Indiana under head coach Mike Mayer for the four seasons.
"I'm very excited to become the head coach of the Rockets," Broce said. "Toledo has such a great golfing heritage, both at UT and in the community. When I was in school, Toledo had a terrific program, one of the best in the MAC. I'm looking forward to working with the players who are there now and developing the program in the years to come. There is a great opportunity for success at UT, and I can't wait to get started."
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