North Dakota State Announces Resignation of Head Men's Golf Coach Billy Iverson
Release: November 20, 2012
North Dakota State University Director of
Athletics Gene Taylor announced Tuesday he has accepted the letter of
resignation submitted by head men's golf coach Billy Iverson.
Taylor said an interim coach will be hired for the
remainder of the year, and that a search for a new head men's golf coach will
begin in April 2013.
Iverson, the assistant golf professional at Oxbow (N.D.) Country Club, was in his ninth season as head men’s golf coach at North Dakota State.
Iverson has spent 16 years at Oxbow Country Club (1985-1988, 2001-present). He also worked as a golf professional in California at Burlingame Country Club, Saticoy Country Club and Eldorado Country Club.
A native of Moorhead, Minn., Iverson played collegiate
golf at Minnesota State Moorhead.
NDSU is off until Feb. 25-26, 2013, when the spring portion of the men's golf schedule begins at the Quintero Invitational in Peoria, Ariz. The Bison finished first or second in all five fall tournaments this fall and dropped its team scoring average by 20 shots since 2009-10.