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Kolberg Named Head Coach at Marian College (WI)
Marian College Acting Athletic Director Doug Hammonds has announced Ann Kolberg as the Head Coach of the Marian College Sabre Softball and Women's Golf teams.
Marian, affiliated with NCAA Division III, is located in Fond Du Lac, Wisconsin. "We are thrilled to have someone of Ann's qualifications and background," commented Hammonds. "I think she will bring much not only to our softball and women's golf programs but the entire athletic department." Kolberg is familiar with the area as the Hartland, Wisconsin native played softball for four seasons at UW-Oshkosh.
She spent this past season as an assistant coach for the Titans while completing work on and graduating in May with a Bachelor's degree in Exercise Fitness with minors in Wellness Promotion & Coaching.
As player, she captained the Titans her junior and senior seasons and earned All-WIAC honors while hurling the only perfect game in UW-Oshkosh history in 1995.
She has served as an instructor at the 1997 NCAA Y.E.S. Clinic at the NCAA Division I Softball Championship in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.The Sabre Softball program went 13-20 a year ago and finished second in the Lake Michigan Conference with an 8-4 record.
An avid amateur golfer, Kolberg takes over the reigns of the Women's Golf program that claimed the Lake Michigan Conference title in its first year of existence last season. This year they will defend that title on their home turf as they host the LMC Women's Golf Championship on October 12th at Rolling Meadows Golf Course in Fond du Lac, Wisconsin."I am excited and look forward to meeting the challenges and opportunities that Marian College can bring," stated Kolberg. "There is a great sense of excitement and anticipation on the campus and I hope to transfer that to the softball and women's golf teams."