Angie Cates Moore stepping down as women’s golf coach
Fresno State women’s golf coach Angie Cates Moore is stepping down from her position after serving nine years as the only head coach in the program’s history.
Cates Moore, who has been the Bulldogs’ coach since their inaugural 2004-05 season, is stepping down to spend more time with her family. Her resignation will become effective on Aug. 1.
“I have thoroughly enjoyed my coaching career and will miss being affiliated with Fresno State. It was an honor to originate the women’s golf program over nine years ago and I have been blessed with many incredible student-athletes that brought pride and success to our program,” said Cates Moore.
“We were also very fortunate to be surrounded with a wonderful support staff and a community that was so generous with their support and time. While I will sincerely miss coaching, I look forward to more time at home to be with my husband and raise our young daughter.”
In her time with the Bulldogs, Cates Moore led Fresno State to the 2008 WAC Championship and a NCAA West Regional appearance, 17 All-American Scholars along with two WAC individual champions.
Cates Moore was the 2005 and 2008 WAC Coach of the Year.
Fresno State will start an immediate national search to find a new women’s golf coach.
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