Assistant Coach, Women's Golf
Three-time All-America selection and 2013 graduate Hannah Buck returns to her alma mater to serve as an assistant coach for the Washington University in St. Louis women's golf team.
A four-time WGCA First-Team all-Central Region selection, Buck is the only three-time All-America selection in school history. She graduated as the all-time wins leader with nine and second all-time leading scorer with a 79.36 average.
Buck concluded her career by earning WGCA First-Team all-Central Region honors in 2012-13, finishing 29th in NCAA Division III with a 79.95 scoring average. She Had five top-10 finishes, led by fifth place finish at O'Brien National Invitational. Buck guided the Bears to a program-best sixth place finish at the NCAA Championship.
Buck had a breakout year as a junior earning WGCA First-Team All-America selection. She and finished 12th in NCAA Division III with a 77.29 scoring average, and had eight top-10 finishes as a junior. Buck fired a school-record round of 69 on day one of the Illinois Wesleyan University Fall Classic Sept. 17.
As a sophomore, she captured medalist honors in four events and tied for third place at the NCAA Division III Championship with a three-day score of 239 (79-80-80). Buck led the team and was fourth in NCAA Division III with a 79.20 scoring average. She was a second-team WGCA All-America selection as a freshman, and placed 21st at the NCAA Division III Championship with a four-day score of 330 (80-83-84-83)
Buck graduated from Washington University with a bachelor's degree in marketing. She received the Art and Marge McWilliams Junior Award and the Alice Briggson Sophomore Award.