and Ron have quickly built Schreiner Women's
Golf into a nationally-ranked program.
Mountaineer Women's Golf team
competed as a team for the first
time at the ASC Championship
Tournament in 2009 and finished a
strong second place that year.
In 2010, Schreiner won the
championship title and became the
first SU team to play in the NCAA
National Championship Tournament
where the Mountaineers finished
14th. Anna and Ron were named
ASC Coaches of the Year for 2010.
Since then, Schreiner is a perennial
nationally-ranked program and the
team hasn't finished worse than
third place at the ASC
championships. While Schreiner
Golf is now recognized for its
success since the duo took over,
both coaches have much higher
aspirations for the team and its
players in the years ahead.
In its brief existence, SU has
already produced 11 All-American Southwest
Conference performers - and one ASC
Champion (Gabby Rosales - 2011). The
team also has established
itself as one of SU's strongest
academic programs and the squad had
the highest team GPA (3.47) on
campus in 2011. Schreiner now
has had two Academic All-Americans
in its brief history.
For both, coaching Schreiner Golf
have become a labor of love.
Prior to coming to Schreiner, both
had accomplished their career goals
- Anna as a 10-year veteran of the
LPGA Tour - and Ron, as Director of
Athletics, Men's Golf coach and then
tour caddie. So in creating
Schreiner Golf, it was all for the
benefit of their players.
Anna was an NCAA
Division I All-American golfer at the University of South
Florida (Tampa, FL) and led the Bulls to a 4th place
finish at the 1991 NCAA D-I National Championships - still the
school's highest finish ever. She turned professional after
graduation (BS, Speech Communications) and promptly won
her first pro tournament (Futures Tour-Naples Open). She retired in the summer
of 2005 after
a 14-year pro career - including the last 10 as a member of the LPGA.
Among her professional highlights is a 15th-place finish at
the 1999 U.S. Women's Open played at Blackwolf Run in
her home state of Wisconsin. She has had five
top-7 finishes in LPGA events and has won 11 professional
tournaments. In late 2004, she shot the second lowest round, 60 (-11), in LPGA history behind only Annika Sorenstam's
That score also broke the LPGA record for lowest round ever shot in a final round (for
a more complete listing of
Anna's playing highlights, click here).
Even though retired, Anna qualified
for and played in her 8th U.S.
Women's Open in the summer of 2007.
Currently, she is Teaching
Professional at The Club at Comanche
Trace in Kerrville.
As mentioned, this is Ron's second stint
as a college golf head coach. He was the head men's
golf coach at Concord University
in Athens, WV from 1999-2002. Ron took over an
unsettled golf program in the fall of 1999 and
completely transformed the team in one season.
The team reached the NCAA Tournament and
was a top finisher in the 15-team WVIAC
each year he coached the team. In the classroom,
the transformation was similarly dramatic. In two
semesters, Concord Men's Golf went from the lowest
team GPA on campus to the highest and maintained that
success throughout his tenure. Ron has a Masters degree (MS
- Sports Management) from St. Thomas University (Miami,
FL) and and a BBA in Marketing from Ohio University
The Macoskos came to
Kerrville in August, 2005 when Ron accepted the job of
Director of Athletics at Schreiner. Anna, Ron, Ben (3/23/01)
and their dog Nelson, live in Kerrville.