WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. – Women’s golf head coach Devon Brouse announced that Ember Schuldt has been hired as an assistant to his staff.
“Ember comes to Purdue highly recommended,” Brouse said. “I felt good about her joining our team immediately following her interview.”
Schuldt, a collegiate golfer at Illinois, joins the Boilermakers after spending the last year as the assistant and interim head golf professional at Urbana Country Club in Illinois. She previously spent two years as the senior assistant golf professional at Boot Ranch Golf Club in Fredericksburg, Texas.
As a player, Schuldt played three seasons as a professional on the Symetra and Cactus Tours, taking part in 21 Symetra events and 18 tournaments on the Cactus Tour. At Illinois, she was a two-time Big Ten Distinguished Scholar, a second-team All-Big Ten selection and the Illini’s Big Ten Sportsmanship Award winner. She participated in three NCAA Regionals, the first player in school history to do so, and graduated with the second-lowest career stroke average.