Angel MacLeod Named Bryant Women’s Golf Head Coach

Bryant University has named Angel MacLeod  as head coach of the Women’s Golf Team, the school announced on Monday.

MacLeod arrives at Bryant after leading the Bishop Feehan girls golf team to the Massachusetts State championship in the program’s first year. 

“We are pleased to welcome Angel to the Bryant University family as our next head women’s golf coach. She brings a tremendous wealth of experience and success, both as a coach and as a player to the program and incredible passion for the game of golf.  There is no question that she will be our tremendous leader and the future of Bryant women’s golf is bright,” said Bryant Vice President of Athletics Bill Smith. 

Angel MacLeod

MacLeod will join the Golf Dudes Podcast this week.

About MacLeod

Prior to arriving at Bishop Feehan, MacLeod was an assistant coach at Brown University for four years and the Assistant Golf Professional at Norton (Mass.) Country Club for 10 years.

MacLeod is a member at Wannamoisett Country Club where she won the Women’s Club Championship this summer. 

She also captured the 2023 Rhode Island Women’s Senior Amateur title in August at Kirkbrae Country Club. 

MacLeod was inducted into the Attleboro Area Golf Association (AAGA) Hall of Fame in 2012.

A graduate of Johnson & Wales University in Providence, she resides in North Attleboro, Mass. with her husband Scott, who earned his MBA from Bryant in 1999, and two children Morgan and Drew.

Morgan plays golf at Merrimack, while Drew is a freshman golfer at La Salle Academy. 

Bryant Women’s Golf

The team was formed just prior to the 2022-23 season.

Heading into the 2023-24 season, the Bryant women’s golf team will be lead by graduate student Anna Casagrande. 

Other than that, they have six freshman on the roster. 

The 2023-24 schedule has not yet been released. 

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