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Former Rochester HS golfer to lead Grace College program

Grace College's athletic department announced Trey Stoll as the next head coach for the men's golf program.

Stoll is a familiar face at Grace. He currently serves in Grace's admissions department.

Stoll graduated from Grace in 2014 and finished his career as the most accomplished golfer in team history. He won seven tournaments during his time as a Lancer, a program record he accomplished in three years.

He was an NAIA All-American in 2013 and was a two-time All-Crossroads League performer (2013, 2014).

Stoll was runner-up in 2009 behind Winamac's Keagan Scott at the Logansport Sectional at Dykeman Park GC. Scott won the title by three strokes.

Rochester finished runner-up to Twin Lakes at the 2009 sectional.
"We are excited for Trey to lead our men's golf program. His experience with our golf program and his ability to recruit at a high level will serve him well in this new position," said Grace Director of Athletics Chad Briscoe. "Trey's vision and passion to use golf to impact young men for Christ matches the Grace mission, and we look forward to the continued growth of the program under his leadership."

Stoll takes the reins from Denny Hepler, who retired this winter following 11 years guiding the Lancers.

"To say that I'm excited for the opportunity to lead this program would be an understatement," Stoll said. "Grace College is a special place that helped mold me into the man that I am today. I'm thankful for Chad's leadership and belief in me to continue building this program and to lead these young men."

The Lancers completed the fall portion of their season by placing fourth at the 2023 NCCAA National Championships. It marked the third straight season that Grace has qualified for the national tournament.