Noah Goldman, an assistant men’s golf coach at Mississippi State University the past three years, will join the Oregon State program in a similar role, head coach Jon Reehoorn announced Friday.
“I am excited and thankful for the opportunity to work for a university as highly respected as Oregon State,” Goldman said. “The golf facilities and university values are first class. I look forward to helping Coach Reehoorn continue building the men’s golf program with the type of student-athletes that will make Beaver Nation proud.”
“I’m excited to welcome Noah, his wife Ashley, and daughter Ellie to Corvallis,” Reehoorn said. “As a player, coach and recruiter, Noah has been successful because of his character, work ethic and desire to compete. He will be a tremendous asset for our players to learn from. I’m looking forward to getting all of us back to campus in September to get the season started.”
Goldman was the assistant men’s golf coach at Mississippi State the past three years, an assistant coach for the men’s and women’s programs at Nova Southeastern University from 2012-14 and a volunteer assistant with the women’s golf program at Samford University from 2011-12.