Potter Elevated to Women’s Golf Associate Head Coach
July 10, 2018

By Wake Forest Athletic Communications (@WakeWGolf)

WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. – The Wake Forest women’s golf program announced Tuesday (July 10) that Ryan Potter has been promoted from assistant coach to associate head coach.

Potter is entering his third season on the Demon Deacon coaching staff, spending the past two seasons as an assistant coach on Dianne Dailey’s staff. He will serve as associate head coach on the staff of new head coach Kim Lewellen, who took over the program this month after Dailey’s retirement.

“I am thrilled to announce that Ryan Potter has been promoted to associate head coach,” said Lewellen. “I look forward to teaming up with him to promote the vision of Wake Forest athletics in developing champions through the core values of integrity, excellence, leadership, commitment and loyalty. Ryan has done a phenomenal job for Demon Deacon women’s golf during his tenure and I’m excited for what the future holds for our program.”

Over his first two seasons on the Wake Forest staff, Potter has helped the Deacons win the 2018 Bryan National Collegiate, win six individual championships and qualify for the 2018 NCAA Championship. He coached two All-Americans, 2018 NCAA Champion Jennifer Kupcho and 2018 ACC Freshman of the Year Emilia Migliaccio. Last year, the Demon Deacons set a school record with a 293.76 scoring average.



“I am honored and feel very blessed to continue with this team,” said Potter. “I would like to thank both Kim and our administration for believing in me. Our program has a bright future and I look forward to working with Kim to develop our student-athletes and bring our program to new heights.”

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