Assistant Professor of PGA Golf Management & Assistant Director, PGA Golf Management Program
B.A., Governor's State University; M.B.A., Methodist University
Tom Inczauskis enters his sixth year as the Head Women’s Golf Coach and Assistant Director of the PGA Golf Management Program. He was selected the WGCA GolfPride Division III East Region Coach of the Year in 2012 and 2013. He also received the McLean Foundation Methodist University Athletics Coach of the Year award in 2012.
Inczauskis continues to lead a team with historic success in NCAA Division III women’s golf and has kept the dynasty alive with National Championships in 2010, 2011, and 2012. The Methodist women’s golf program has won 25 National Championships including a stretch of 15 consecutive national titles. This past season, the Monarchs finished 5th at the National Championship and featured two All-Americans including Kelsie Carralero and Loretta Giovannettone.
Over the past 20 years, Inczauskis has had extensive teaching, coaching, and tournament experience with a wide variety of students and events, from amateur to professional. He has been a Head Professional at three different facilities and is a PGA Master Professional in Instruction. He served as the Director of Instruction and Head Professional for the university’s PGA Golf Management Program from 2005-2009.
Inczauskis has attained the All But Dissertation (ABD) designation from Northcentral University (2013) and is completing a doctorate in Sports Organizational Management and Leadership. As a member of the University faculty, he completed a Master of Business Administration degree at Methodist (2007). He earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Public Administration from Governors State University (1992) as well as an Associate of Science degree from Moraine Valley Community College (1989).