Former Division 1 Golfer
Trainers - Colorado
Staci Creech is a former Division I student-athlete at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. Growing up in Greensburg, PA, Staci attended college on a golf scholarship after a successful junior and high school career. She was a four year starter for the Tar Heels leading the team to a second-place finish at the 1994 ACC Championship while placing third individually. Carolina competed in a pair of NCAA Championships during Staci’s tenure, including an eighth place finish in 1995. Off the course, Creech was selected for the 1993/94 NGCA All-Scholar team and the Jimmy Dixon Coach’s Award for attitude and leadership her senior season. She graduated in 1997 with a bachelor’s degree in elementary education and earned a masters in literacy from the University of Maine in 2018. Staci continues to play competitive amateur golf at the state and national level. She is a three time Maine state amateur champion (2015-2017) and has competed in eleven USGA national championships.
Over the years, Staci has taught and coached in various areas, inspiring others with her positive and grateful attitude. Her experience includes teaching elementary school, tutoring in literacy, and coaching golf. Staci takes an active part in joining Karlton, her husband and current University of Denver Athletics Director, in supporting student-athletes and coaches to be the best they can be as athletes and people.