|Sport(s):||Head Men's Golf Coach|
|Year of Graduation:||N/A|
Between 1987 and 1997, Bill Rhudy built the men's golf program from humble beginnings to a force to be reckoned with. In that time frame he led the Sabres to 43 team tournament wins, two NAIA regional championships, one NAIA district championship and six-straight Lake Michigan Conference championships.
Rhudy is a four-time LMC Coach of the Year, three-time NAIA Regional Coach of the Year and recipient of the 1995 NAIA District Coach of the Year. He coached 22 LMC all-conference honorees, six NAIA all-district recipients and five NAIA all-region selections.
His teams hold eight of the lowest 13 team scores in program history, including the 1993 squad that shot a program-low 292 at the MATC Invite at Cherokee Country Club in Madison. The 1993 team also won a program-best nine tournaments.