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Tyska named interim head coach for Augie women's golf


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Originally Posted Online: March 14, 2013, 5:08 pm
Last Updated: March 14, 2013, 11:28 pm
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Pam Tyska has been named the interim head coach for women's golf at Augustana, it was announced by Mike Zapolski, director of athletics. Tyska replaces Ron Standley, who coached his last match as the Vikings' head coach at the CCIW championship in October. Standley had been the head coach at Augustana since the 1999-00 season.

Tyska comes to Augustana from Northern Illinois University, where she served as the women's golf coach for 26 years. In her time at NIU, she led the Huskies in 245 tournaments where they consistently finished near the top of the leaderboard. In fact, Tyska led NIU to 19 tournament championships, 28 runner-ups, and 97 top-five finishes.


















 




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