Emily Marron

Emily Marron

Head Coach


Knights Bringing Sticks to Shootout

Spring portion of 2013-14 season gets under way Monday at Florida Shootout.


Holder Named American Golfer of the Month

Freshman earns first conference honor.


Leaving for Las Vegas

The Knights will look to improve upon last year's runner-up finish in Vegas.


Ace In The Hole

Holder's ace highlights third-place finish for Knights in Washington


Wild West

Knights head to Washington state for third event of the fall.

Emily Marron took over the UCF women's golf program on June 29, 2012. She spent her previous nine seasons at UNC Greensboro. Under the leadership of Marron, the Spartans finished runner-up in the Southern Conference Tournament in April. She was tabbed coach of the year by the league and coached Fanny Cnops to Southern Conference Player of the Year and Freshman of the Year honors. Cnops turned in one of the best seasons by a collegian in 2012 with the guidance of Marron. In 32 rounds played, the Gent, Belgium native's average score was 72.56, seventh in the nation. She finished fourth in birdies made (106), second in par-5 scoring (4.73) and won two individual titles. Cnops became the second individual under Marron to make an NCAA Regional appearance. While excelling on the links, the Spartans also performed admirably in the classroom. Most recently, the squad finished the academic year with a 3.46 GPA, tops among all teams at UNCG. In 2009-10, Sofia Aidemark took first-team ESPN The Magazine CoSIDA Academic All-District III honors for the second-straight season and became UNCG's first international student to be inducted into Phi Beta Kappa. Prior to working in Greensboro, Marron spent three seasons as an assistant coach at her alma mater, Penn State. While with the Nittany Lions, she was the recruiting coordinator and helped lead the squad to the 2003 NCAA East Regional Tournament. Marron was also involved in fundraising, travel, practice and the team's summer golf camps. A native of Johnstown, Pa., Marron completed her playing time for Penn State in 1998 after joining the team as a walk-on in 1994. An Academic All-Big Ten honoree, she served as the team's co-captain as a senior. A four-year letterwinner, Marron won the 1997 Eastern Collegiate Athletic Conference Championship (ECAC) and was a two-time All-ECAC honoree. Marron graduated from Penn State in 1998 with a bachelor's degree in recreation and park management. Upon graduation, Marron worked for one year as an assistant golf professional at The Grayhawk Golf Club in Scottsdale, Ariz., Phil Mickelson's home course. A Class "A" member of the LPGA Teaching and Club Professional Division, Marron taught at the Peter Kostis/Gary McCord Learning Center at Grayhawk.