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Dylan Gergen
Dylan Gergen

Graduate Assistant Coach


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Dylan Gergen is in his second year as a graduate assistant men's golf coach.

In his first year with the Blue Demons, Gergen helped DePaul to a sixth place finish at the BIG EAST Championship in 2013. DePaul's sixth place finish represented the program's second best finish at the conference championship, while then-senior John Pavelko took seventh place and earned All-BIG EAST Conference honors.

Off the course, Gergen helped to guide the team the GCAA President's Sepecial Academic Recognition after the Blue Demons recorded a team GPA above a 3.5. The golf team also posted the highest team GPA among its counterparts in the BIG EAST Conference for the last four seasons.

Gergen came to DePaul after a successful playing career at Loyola-Chicago. While with the Ramblers, he earned All-Horizon League honors and was named to the Horizon League All-Tournament Team in 2011.

The former Rambler team MVP, Gergen was the individual runner-up at DePaul's John Dallio Memorial Tournament and also at the Green Bay Invitational in 2010. He claimed championship honors at the Butler Spring Invitational and at the Highlander as a junior.

Following graduation, Gergen worked as an assistant golf coach at Cretin-Derham Hall in St. Paul, Minn. He helped tutor three SEC all-conference selections while the team finished fifth in its conference and took fifth place at its sectional.

Gergen also spent a summer as a junior camp leader for First Tee of Chicago where he mentored young golfers.

Graduating Magna Cum Laude with a degree in accounting and finance from Loyola, Gergen is enrolled in the Kellstadt School of Business and is currently working on his MBA.