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Jason Enloe was named head coach of the men's golf team on Aug. 8, 2014, after spending three years as an assistant.
Enloe helped lead a group that advanced to the 2014 NCAA Quarterfinals and acheived the program's highest national finish since 1954 (T-5). SMU won the inaugural American Athletic Conference championship and Bryson Dechambeau took individual medalist honors as well. SMU advanced to the NCAA Championships after placing fourth in the NCAA Regionals, including leading for a portion of the final round. Enloe and SMU also hosted the Querencia Cabo Collegiate in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, for the first time in 2014.
In 2013, SMU took second at the Conference USA Championships and sixth at the NCAA Regionals. In 2012, the Mustangs tied for fourth in the C-USA Championship and were as high as second at the NCAA Regionals before dropping to seventh in the final round.
Enloe, an SMU alumnus, returned to SMU after a 14-year professional golf career, playing on the PGA/Nationwide Tour, the Canadian Tour, Golden Bear Your and the Adams Tour. He won the Nationwide's Fort Smith Classic in 2009 and the Pete Dye Classic in 2006. He played on the 1997 U.S. World Amateur Team and has twice reached the latter stages of match play at the U.S. Amateur. Enloe was also a four-year letterman for the Mustang golf team.