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Michael Grant

Head Men's Golf Coach

Radford University

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Radford University

801 E Main St

Radford, Virginia,24142

United States

Company Description

Radford University was established in 1910 and continues to offer undergraduate programs in 100+ fields and graduate programs including the MBA, MFA, and health-related doctorates. Radford University is one of Virginias 8 doctoral degree granting public univer...more

Background Information

Employment History

Head Coach

Coppin State University


Activites Director

Eden Prairie High School


Head Basketball Coach

Stillman College


Big South Championship


Head Coach

Central State University


Assistant Golf Coach

Virginia Commonwealth University


Fair Food Chairman

Lions Club


Affiliations

NFL's Washington Redskins

Member


Education

Eden Prairie High School


applied physics and engineering

The House


B.S. Degree

Community and Public Affairs

Virginia Commonwealth University


bachelor's degree

St. John's University


master's degree

University of St. Thomas


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Radford Athletics - Staff Directory

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Mike Grant
Head Men's Golf Coach 257-1119 mgrant2@radford.edu


Radford Athletics - Staff Directory

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Mike Grant
Radford Athletics - Staff Directory Mike Grant Head Men's Golf Coach Mike Grant, the 2008 and 2014 Big South Coach of the Year, is in his 13th season at the helm of the Highlanders. Prior to the 2008-09 campaign, Grant directed both the men and women’s golf programs. In 2003, Grant took over a men’s program that hadn’t finished higher than fifth in the Big South Championship since joining the league in 1984-85. Since then, Grant directed his team to a program-best third-place finish in 2008, fourth in 2007, 2013 and 2014, and four fifth-place showings. Under the direction of Grant, Eklund blossomed in his junior year. Grant guided Eklund to an outstanding season as a redshirt sophomore. Eklund, Big South Men’s Golfer of the Week for Oct. 22, led the team with a 73.2 stroke average, sixth-best in the conference. In 2009-10, Grant led the men’s club to three top-5 finishes, including a season-best, second-place showing at the Frank Landrey Invitational. To go along with their finishes near the top of the leaderboard, the Highlanders also tallied six Top-10 showings. During that season, Grant directed senior Kyle Bailey, who recorded the seventh-best scoring average (74.37) in the Big South and Weston Eklund, who tallied a 75.33 average, was 20th in the league. In 2007-08, his Highlanders placed a school-best third at the conference tournament, earning Grant his first Coach of the Year honor. Grant has overseen numerous program firsts, including the first tournament win for the women’s program and the first time the men’s team had held the overnight lead at the Big South Championship. During his tenure, Grant has coached 10 (eight men, two women) Big South all-conference players, one Big South Freshman of the Year and guided his student-athletes to three individual medalist honors. The Radford men’s team has captured multiple regular-season tournament titles under his guidance. A 1991 graduate of Virginia Commonwealth University with a B.S. Degree in Community and Public Affairs, Grant competed professionally on the PGA Tour, Canadian Tour and Nike Tour from 1995-1998. The Highlight of his playing career came in 1994, when he competed in the U.S. Open at Oakmont Country Club. In the summer of 2005, Grant made another qualifying run at the U.S. Open, getting as far as Sectionals before falling just shy of making the field. Before assuming his position as the head coach at Radford, Grant was a teaching professional at Thorn Springs Golf Club in the New River Valley, a position he held for a year. He also spent three and a half years (1998-2001) as the Assistant Golf Professional at Boonsboro Country Club in Lynchburg, Va. Prior to turning pro in 1995, Grant served as the Assistant Professional at Flossmoor Country Club in Chicago, Ill. and as the Assistant Golf Coach at VCU. Grant and his wife Tara reside in Radford.


Radford University - Staff Directory

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Michael Grant
Head Men's Golf Coach 257-1119 mgrant2@radford.edu


VSGA Amateur Championship Visits Spring Creek Golf Club, June 24-28 | Virginia State Golf Association

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Mike Grant (Radford), 1 up at Birdwood Golf Course, Charlottesville


www.radfordathletics.com

Mike Grant
Head Men's Golf Coach Mike Grant, the 2008 and 2014 Big South Coach of the Year, is in his 12th season at the helm of the Highlanders. Prior to the 2008-09 campaign, Grant directed both the men and women’s golf programs. This season marked the sixth year he coached just the men’s team. In 2003, Grant took over a men’s program that hadn’t finished higher than fifth in the Big South Championship since joining the league in 1984-85. Since then, Grant directed his team to a program-best third-place finish in 2008, fourth in 2007, 2013 and 2014, and four fifth-place showings. Under the direction of Grant, Eklund blossomed in his junior year. Grant guided Eklund to an outstanding season as a redshirt sophomore. Eklund, Big South Men’s Golfer of the Week for Oct. 22, led the team with a 73.2 stroke average, sixth-best in the conference. In 2009-10, Grant led the men’s club to three top-5 finishes, including a season-best, second-place showing at the Frank Landrey Invitational. To go along with their finishes near the top of the leaderboard, the Highlanders also tallied six Top-10 showings. During that season, Grant directed senior Kyle Bailey, who recorded the seventh-best scoring average (74.37) in the Big South and Weston Eklund, who tallied a 75.33 average, was 20th in the league. In 2007-08, his Highlanders placed a school-best third at the conference tournament, earning Grant his first Coach of the Year honor. Grant has overseen numerous program firsts, including the first tournament win for the women’s program and the first time the men’s team had held the overnight lead at the Big South Championship. During his tenure, Grant has coached 10 (eight men, two women) Big South all-conference players, one Big South Freshman of the Year and guided his student-athletes to three individual medalist honors. The Radford men’s team has captured multiple regular-season tournament titles under his guidance. A 1991 graduate of Virginia Commonwealth University with a B.S. Degree in Community and Public Affairs, Grant competed professionally on the PGA Tour, Canadian Tour and Nike Tour from 1995-1998. The Highlight of his playing career came in 1994, when he competed in the U.S. Open at Oakmont Country Club. In the summer of 2005, Grant made another qualifying run at the U.S. Open, getting as far as Sectionals before falling just shy of making the field. Before assuming his position as the head coach at Radford, Grant was a teaching professional at Thorn Springs Golf Club in the New River Valley, a position he held for a year. He also spent three and a half years (1998-2001) as the Assistant Golf Professional at Boonsboro Country Club in Lynchburg, Va. Prior to turning pro in 1995, Grant served as the Assistant Professional at Flossmoor Country Club in Chicago, Ill. and as the Assistant Golf Coach at VCU. Grant and his wife Tara reside in Radford.


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