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Ryan Jamison
Ryan Jamison

Position:
Assistant Coach

Former Blue Demon Ryan Jamison returned to Lincoln Park prior to the start of the 2010-11 season and as an assistant coach. He played for Betty Kaufmann from 2001-05 and joined the staff after serving as an assistant coach at Nova Southeastern for four seasons.

In his first season on the staff with the Blue Demons in 2010-11 he helped two golfers place in the top 10 at the BIG EAST Championship. Maximilian Mayer finished eight and Ben Westley was tied for 10th at the league tournament to mark the first time in program history that two players finished in the top 10 at the BIG EAST Championship.

Jaimson worked at Nova Southeastern in Fort Lauderdale, Fla. and helped the Sharks put together a very impressive run. Under two-time NCAA Division II National Coach of the Year Kevin Marsh, Jamison led Nova Southeastern to a sixth-place finish last season in the program's second national championship appearance. That followed a fifth-place finish at the national championship in 2008.

In his tenure, the Sharks compiled multiple NCAA Regional and Sunshine State Conference titles. He also tutored Bobby Bode, Constantin Schwierz and Greg O'Mahony to All-American honors and Ben Vertz and Eric Cole to SSC Freshman of the Year honors during his four seasons at Nova Southeastern. Overall, Jamison and the Sharks claimed eight tournament titles, six second-place finishes, and six third-place finishes.

Jamison earned his Bachelor of Science degree in commerce from DePaul and completed an impressive four-year career for the Blue Demons. He won the 75th Midwest Amateur tournament by five shots and captained the DePaul squad his final two seasons. Jamison also represented the university at the SAAC (Student Athletic Academic Committee) national conference at the University of Memphis during his junior year. In 2004, Jamison also assisted ESPN in its coverage of the US Open golf tournament from Olympia Fields Country Club in Chicago. He is currently enrolled in the Kellstadt Graduate School of Business at DePaul.