Former Brown Assistant MacLeod Named Head Coach at Bishop Feehan

Former Brown University Assistant Golf Coach Angel MacLeod has been named Head Golf Coach at Bishop Feehan. 

MacLeod was the assistant coach at Brown for four seasons until the University ended the golf program last year.

Angel MacLeod PHOTO: Bishop Feehan

“I am very excited to have Angel join our coaching staff. Her knowledge and experience will help our golfers to grow in every facet of the game,” said Feehan Athletic Director Christan Schatz. 

MacLeod gets the job after Arthur Anderson stepped down following a ten year run. 

“I am very excited about becoming the next head coach. I am proud to continue the strong legacy of the Bishop Feehan golf program,” said MacLeod. 

The move is effective immediately. 

About MacLeod 

MacLeod previously worked at Brown University as an assistant coach and then at Norton Country Club as an assistant professional before that. 

She has qualified and competed in multiple United State Golf Association events, is a nine-time Attleboro Area Women’s Open champion, a four-time Wannamoisett Country Club champion and a 2012 inductee into the Attleboro Area Golf Association Hall of Fame. 

MacLeod and her husband Scott have two children, Morgan (17) and Drew (13), and reside in North Attleboro, MA.

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