Tiffany Prats
Tiffany  Prats

Gainesville, Fla.

Head Women's Golf Coach

Second Season

Alma Mater:
University of Miami '06


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Freshman ties career low in second round


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Junior posts best round of spring season


Freshman Cards First Top 10 Finish

Walz takes eighth place at Hoya Invitational

Tiffany Prats was named Marshall's women's golf coach in July 2014.

Prats came to the Herd after three seasons as Maryland's assistant coach. Prats helped lead the Terps to four team victories, an individual win and a spot in the 2012 NCAA Regionals. During her stint in College Park, Prats ran the day-to-day operations of the team and handled the program's recruiting, developing many relationships both domestically and internationally.

Prior to her stint at Maryland, Prats spent two seasons at San Diego State. During her time with the Aztecs, SDSU had three team tournament victories and two individual titles. The Aztecs made back-to-back NCAA regional appearances for the first time in school history in her two seasons there.

Prats lettered all four years at the University of Miami and spent two as a team captain, while being a member of the Hurricanes' Student-Athlete Council.

She played in 37 tournaments at Miami, logging nine individual top-10 finishes, and played with the Hurricanes in the 2004 and 2005 NCAA regionals. She graduated from Miami in 2006 with a bachelor's degree in sports administration with a minor in business.

Prats then turned professional in 2007, playing on the LPGA Futures Tour, the Royal Canadian Tour and the Suncoast Series. She also worked as an assistant golf professional at the Deering Bay Yacht and Country Club in Coral Gables, Fla.

Prats was named Girls Golfer of the Decade in October 2009 by the Gainesville (Fla.) Sun, after an outstanding prep career at Williston High School. She lost only one match in high school and was a two-time all-state selection.