Former professional golfer and college coach, Martha Nause (Hall of Famer), describes the Division III experience both as a coach and a player.
There are a lot of myths and unknown facts about Division III college athletics. You will walk away with a much better understanding of the Division III experience and how it can make a difference in your life.
"Martha is a great example of how the Division III experience can shape lives. She lived the experience, as a coach and as a player. I am excited for this conversation with her and I know the attendees will learn a great deal about the advantages of playing Division III." – Barb Smith (Founder of Find My Team)
When: October 25th at 7:00pm central time
Who should attend:
Anyone who is interested in playing college sports
1. A better understanding of Division III athletics
2. The advantages of playing Division III athletics
3. Some of the myths about Division III athletics
4. Understanding the price tag
5. Main differences compared to other divisions
6. How a Division III athlete can make it to the pros
Born in Sheboygan Wisconsin
Graduated from St. Olaf College
Three-time winner on LPGA tour
St. Olaf Hall of Fame inductee – first woman inductee
Wisconsin Golf Hall of Fame inductee
Coached men's and women's golf at Macalester College
Women's Golf Coach of the Year honors
Coached numerous All-Conference and All-Americans
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