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Andrew Larkin
begins his third season as the UCLA men's golf assistant coach in 2017-2018.

In his two seasons, the Bruins have recorded seven Top 4 finishes. Five players have earned All-Pac-12 Conference honors, including a Second Team award for Hidetoshi Yoshihara and Honorable Mention selections for Tyler Collier and Cole Madey in 2017.

Prior to his time in Westwood, Larkin spent the previous three seasons as the head men's and women's golf coach at Occidental College in Los Angeles. UCLA head men's golf coach Derek Freeman announced the hiring of Larkin in August 2015.

Kathleen Takaishi
enters year No. 5 as the head coach of the Nevada women's golf team in 2017-18.

Under Takaishi's guidance, the Wolf Pack won its second tournament during her tenure at the 2017 Fresno State Classic. Nevada overcame a five-shot deficit at the start of the final round and won the event by two shots. During that tournament, the Pack placed five players inside the top 25 on the individual leaderboard. Additionally during the 2016-17 season Kaitlin Collom captured her first individual title at the 2017 Cowgirl Classic, which led to her being named the Mountain West Golfer of the Week.

Richard Church
(along with Sadie Palmer) is in his 17th season as head golf coach at Southern Utah University and his 21st as a member of the SUU golf staff. Church served as the SUU assistant coach for four seasons prior to taking over from former Coach John Evans in the fall of 2000.

During his tenure as head or assistant coach at SUU, Church has coached 21 Academic all-Americans, 38 All-Conference players, four conference players of the year, one Mid-Continent Conference medalist, two Mid-Con runners-up, two Big Sky conference runner-ups, a Summit League runner-up and the University's only two NCAA post-season competitors in golf. Church has coached the Thunderbirds to seven 2nd place finishes in the Summit League and Big Sky Conference Championships.

Marc Chandonnet
enters his sixth season as the head coach of the Seattle University men's and women's golf teams in 2017-18.

Jake Harrington
recently completed his fourth year as head coach at Little Rock.

Harrington has led the Trojans to four tournament victories in his time in Little Rock. The program's two tournament victories in 2016-17 were the most in a single season since 2011-12.

Under his direction, the program's national ranking has continued to rise. It rose 41 spots – No. 202 to No. 161 – from year one to year two. In year three, the ranking rose to No. 108. The program ended the 2016-17 season at No. 102 – its highest since the 2003-04 season.