Bill Mannino was named head golf coach at Hollins University in 2007. He enjoyed a distinguished collegiate golfing career at Temple University, leading the Owls to an Atlantic 10 Conference title and four NCAA Tournament qualifications between 1993 and 1996. Mannino’s individual highlights include an Atlantic 10 Conference Tournament medalist championship in 1993 and winning the Fairleigh Dickinson Tournament in 1996. That same year, he captained the Temple golf team as a senior.
After graduating in 1997, Mannino competed as a professional on the Teardrop, South Florida and Triangle Golf Tours. He went on to serve as an assistant golf professional at the Cricket Club of Philadelphia and the Roanoke (Virginia) Country Club.
Mannino returned to Temple to become head golf coach from 2001- 2004. During his tenure, the Owls won the Delaware Invitational and the Philadelphia Big 5 Classic, and finished in the top five or better in 16 events. He coached the 2002 Atlantic 10 individual medalist as well as two other individual tournament winners, and lead Temple to a top-100 ranking.
In 2007 and 2008 Mannino led the Hollins golfers to a tournament victory at the St. Andrews Spring Invitational. The 2007-08 season also highlighted Vicky Kasza’s 16th place finish at the NCAA Championship. Kasza was named to the All Eastern Regional Team. The 2009-10 season was highlighted by the Hollins women winning the Gettysburg Spring Invitational.
In the fall of 2010, the Hollins team found themselves ranked 28th in country after two top-three finishes at Piedmont College and the Naval Academy.
In four seasons, Mannino has led Hollins to two tournament wins, five top-three finishes, and nine top-five finishes. Hollins women earned medalist honors six times under Mannino. Two golfers, Vicki Kasza '09 and Elizabeth Cheng '14 earned NGCA Academic All-Scholar honors.
Mannino resides in Roanoke with his wife Monica, their son Billy, and Labradors Gatsby and Stella.
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