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Steph Moberg begins her first year as head coach of the Colby golf program in the 2014-15 academic year.
Moberg, a two-time All-American women's hockey player at Plattsburgh State University, also is an assistant coach for Colby's women's hockey team. She helped the Mules make the NESCAC semifinals in her first year with head coach Mallory Young.
"I am very pleased that Steph accepted our position," said Marcella Zalot, Colby's Harold Alfond Director of Athletics. "She is more than ready to take on the challenge of leading our program and I know she will provide a high-quality experience for our students."
Colby's golf program is combined with male and female golfers. The Mules finished seventh in the conference fall qualifier and had the NESCAC Rookie of the Year and all-league selection in Geoff Sullivan.
Moberg was an assistant women's hockey coach at Connecticut College before coming to Colby. A 2010 graduate of Plattsburgh State, Moberg earned American Hockey Coaches Association First Team All-American honors in 2009 and 2010. She helped the Cardinals to national titles in 2007 and 2008 while leading Plattsburgh to a 97-11-7 record in her four years.