Brennan Webb, who guided Middle Tennessee State University to a 2018 Conference USA championship and back-to-back NCAA Regional appearances in 2017 and 2018, was announced as Tennessee’s new men’s golf coach on June 28, 2018.

A rising star who was named the 2018 C-USA Men’s Golf Coach of the Year, Webb becomes only the sixth head coach in the history of the Volunteer golf program.

During three seasons in Murfreesboro, Webb guided his teams to 14 top-five finishes and four first-place outcomes in 36 total tournaments, including three wins in 2017-18. His most recent victory was the program’s first-ever C-USA title, coming via a 3-2 decision over UAB in match play. The Blue Raiders also qualified for the last two NCAA Regionals as the ninth and 11th seeds, respectively, finishing sixth and seventh at those tournaments.


Bo Andrews is in his first season as assistant men's golf coach at the University of Tennessee. He joined Head Coach Brennan Webb's staff on July 24, 2018.

Andrews, who played collegiately at national power Georgia Tech and has pursued professional golf since 2015, had served as a volunteer assistant for the Yellow Jackets since August of that year.

“I could not be more thrilled that Bo is joining our program as the assistant coach,” Webb said. “His experience playing at the highest levels of collegiate and professional golf will be extremely beneficial to our team. He is one of the most positive, hard-working and personable people I’ve met and will be a wonderful role model for our current and future Vols.

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