Eph Women's Golf Coach Hired at Princeton

By Dick QuinnWilliams Sports Info
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Erika DeSanty

WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — After five stellar seasons in the Purple Valley, leading the Williams College women's golf team to five consecutive NCAA Tournament appearances, Erika DeSanty is leaving Williams for the head coaching position at Princeton University.

DeSanty amassed an overall record of 447-53-2 (.892) at Williams and her Eph teams never finished lower than eighth at the NCAA Tournament

The 2014 Eph team posted its highest NCAA finish by claiming third and senior Georgi Salant was the individual winner of the NCAA Tournament – both firsts for the Eph women's program.

Three times DeSanty had a player named All-American and twice an Eph was named a First Team All-American.

In DeSanty's five years Ephs earned All-Region honors eight times and eight times Eph players were accorded national academic honors by the Women's Golf Coaches Association

DeSanty was twice named the East Region Coach of the Year.

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