Bradley leaves Mercer golf program

dshirley@macon.comJuly 5, 2014 

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Steve Bradley, second from left, talks with members of the Mercer golf team during a practice round this past at the Brickyard at Riverside golf club.

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Steve Bradley was introduced as the golf head coach at South Florida on Saturday after serving in the same position at Mercer since 2011.

“We appreciate the contributions Steve has made to Mercer University and our men’s golf program,” Mercer athletics director Jim Cole said. “During his three years at Mercer, he elevated the program to new heights. We will always consider Steve, Jen, Campbell and Collins part of the Mercer family. We wish them all the best in the future.”

Bradley led Mercer to its first A-Sun championship and trip the NCAA tournament this past season. The Bears are set to return nine players, including 2014 A-Sun Player of the Year Trey Rule.

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