MUNCIE, Ind. – Cameron Andry has been named head women’s golf coach at Ball State, director of athletics Beth Goetz announced Tuesday. Andry comes to Muncie after spending the previous 11 seasons at nearby Taylor University.

“Cam’s success at Taylor has been truly impressive, and we’re thrilled to bring home one of our own Ball State graduates to build on the success of our women’s golf program,” Goetz said. “His rise to success was built on the foundation of developing his student-athletes to win on and off the course.”

At Taylor, Andry was the Director of Golf where he oversaw the men’s and women’s golf programs. During his tenure, the Trojans won 10 Crossroads League titles and recorded four top-11 finishes at the NAIA National Championship.

“I and my family are thrilled to return to my alma mater as the leader of Ball State’s women’s golf program,” Andry said. “I would like to express my gratitude to Chairman Geoffrey Mearns, Director of Athletics Beth Goetz and assistant athletic director Shawn Sullivan for this opportunity. Ball State is a special place with tremendous resources, and I’m excited to begin the work of building a championship program here.”

As a men’s coach, Andry helped facilitate the establishment of the women’s program at Taylor in 2012. From 2012-22, the Trojans won four Crossroads League championships (2017, 2018, 2019, 2021) and have finished second in the NAIA National Championship. in 2021.

During the same span, Andry coached the men’s team to six straight conference crowns from 2016 to 22 and improved the program’s Golfstat ranking from 118 to 8.

Combined between the two programs, Andry has coached 46 all-conference artists and 14 All-Americans while earning 79 tournament wins. For his efforts, Andry was named Conference Coach of the Year 10 times.

In the classroom under Andry’s guidance, the Trojans have earned NAIA Scholar Team honors in each of the past nine seasons. Additionally, the men’s team has held the highest team GPA in the conference in eight of the past nine seasons.

No stranger to Muncie, Andry graduated from Ball State in 2009 after earning a bachelor’s degree in telecommunications. He was a four-year winner at Paoli High School in Paoli, Indiana, where he was a two-time all-conference player.

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