Courtesy of Hiram Athletics
Hiram College Director of Athletics, Scott Pohlman, announced on Friday the appointment of James Workman as the fourth head coach of the Hiram Terrier golf programs.
"I am excited to announce today the hiring of James Workman as the new Head Coach for the men's and women's Golf teams," Director of Athletics Scott Pohlman said. "During our initial conversations, James shared some insights on how he planned to advance both our men's and women's golf programs. Being a former four-year letterman and a former captain of the golf team gives James the perfect insight on what needs to be done. I believe that James has set some realistic goals and expectations for the programs."
James graduated from Hiram College in 2017 with a BA in Educational Studies with a focus in Higher Education. After graduation James attended Baldwin Wallace University where he obtained a MA Ed in Leadership in Higher Education.
"As an alumnus of Hiram College and previous captain of the Men's golf team I am looking forward to this new opportunity. There is a great group of senior members on both the men's and women's teams that will bring leadership to new and excited incoming teammates. This season will be about setting goals and reaching them. It has been far too long since the golf programs have rung the bell, and while immediate success is not the direct expectation; hard work, diligence, and execution will be at the forefront. We will strive to be better than we have been at every practice, every tournament, and every day."
Upon graduation from Baldwin Wallace University in 2019, James began his career at Hiram College as an Area Coordinator for Residential Education. Today, in addition for his role a Head Golf Coach for Hiram College, James is the Associate Director of Residential Education & Commuter Services.