Patricia Frohna-Post was named Head Women's Golf Coach at Georgetown University by Director of Athletics Bernard Muir in July 2006.
"We're excited to have someone with Patricia's experience in the game at Georgetown," Muir said. "She has a tremendous background as a player in the college and professional ranks, and has a great knowledge for the game as a teacher. Patricia is a great addition to our staff and our student-athletes will benefit from her leading the team."
Frohna-Post comes to Georgetown after spending the last six years as a teaching professional and a player. She joins the Hoyas after serving as the Assistant Golf Professional at Lakewood Country Club in Rockville, Maryland for the last two years (2004-05). At Lakewood, Frohna-Post ran weekly tournaments, provided lessons, conducted clinics and assisted in the merchandising for the golf shop.
Prior to that, she spent two years (2003-04) at Admiral's Cove Golf Club in Jupiter, Florida and was the Teaching Professional at Fair Oaks Golf Park in nearby Fairfax, Virginia from 2001-05.
During that time, Frohna-Post was also pursuing a professional playing career. From 2003-05, Frohna-Post played regularly on the Futures Golf Tour, earning exempt status on the tour that is known as the "Gateway to the LPGA." She had two top-20 finishes in events during the 2003 and 2004 seasons. She was the Maryland Women's Open Runner-up from 2003-05, won the Middle Atlantic Sectional Championship in 2002 and 2005 and was the medalist at a United States Women's Open Local Qualifying event in 2005.
A 1999 graduate of the University of Wisconsin, Frohna-Post enjoyed a stellar amateur career. She was the Wisconsin Amateur Champion in 1998, was named the most valuable player on the Wisconsin team in 1997 and 1999. Frohna-Post won the 1999 Notre Dame Invitational and also earned Academic All-American honors during her career. She earned her bachelor of science in kinesiology and zoology.