Former Princeton head coach Nicki Cutler has been named the new University of Denver women’s golf assistant coach, head coach Lindsay Kuhle announced on Monday. Cutler replaces Erik Billinger, who took the DU men’s head coaching position in June.
“I am so excited to announce that Nicki Cutler will be joining our women’s golf program,” Kuhle said. “Nicki had a wonderful junior, college and professional career and has now been coaching for seven years. She has great experience at the professional and collegiate levels, at top ranked academic and athletic institutions, with Vanderbilt and Princeton. I know she will bring some great ideas to our team, is a hard worker and has tremendous passion for mentoring student-athletes, golf and the city of Denver. I couldn’t be happier to have Nicki onboard and back in Colorado to work with the Pioneers.”
Cutler was a standout junior golfer in the state of Colorado, while playing at Kent Denver and Cherry Creek High School. Kuhle and Cutler competed against eachother in junior and college golf tournaments, playing at Tulane and Vanderbilt, respectively.