Golf Coaching Staff

Brett Muller

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Alma Mater: Concordia University, Nebraska

Brett Muller completed his fourth season as Concordia's head golf coach in 2014-15.
Under Muller's direction, both golf programs have moved up the GPAC pecking order. Since 2013, the Concordia women have moved from 11th to sixth and the men have leaped from ninth to sixth in the final conference standings. Both squads broke program records for lowest season average and a total of five Bulldogs earned all-conference recognition.

This is Muller’s second appearance at Concordia University. He attended Concordia from 2004-06 and earned his bachelor’s degree in human performance. Muller also was an assistant coach for the women’s basketball program at Concordia from 2004-07. During that time, the Bulldogs advanced to the National Tournament three times and the NAIA Fab Four one time. In addition, Muller served as an assistant coach on the men's basketball coaching staff in 2012-13.

Muller oversaw the blossoming of all-conference golfer Shawn Rodehorst from 2011-15. Rodehorst broke a school record for lowest season average (75.15 in 2012-13) and became the first Bulldog to ever win the Blue River Invite. The sophomore moved up from 30th on the GPAC leaderboard after the fall season to top 10 at the campaign's conclusion. Rodehorst also graduated from the program with a record for career average.

Muller got his collegiate career started at Morningside College from 2001-04. He played basketball for two years and was a member of the Athletic Director’s Honor Roll during his time at Morningside. 

Muller was the assistant golf coach at Milford High School in 2010. Milford advanced to the 2010 Class B Nebraska State Golf Tournament. Muller has also worked at the Milford Golf Course.

Brett and his wife Heather have a daughter, Braelynn, and the family resides in Milford.

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Shawn Rodehorst

Head Golf Coach

Hometown: Kearney, Neb.
Alma Mater: Concordia University, Nebraska

Rodehorst begins his first season as a graduate assistant coach for both Concordia University golf programs following a successful four-year playing career as a Bulldog. The native of Kearney, Neb., is in his first year as a coach.

Rodehorst completed his Concordia athletic career as arguably the top golfer in program history. He owns school records for lowest season average (75.15 as a sophomore) and lowest career average (77.68). He earned GPAC all-conference recognition in each of his final three seasons and was a two-time NAIA Scholar-Athlete and Capital One Academic All-District selection.

Rodehorst earned his undergrad degree in business administration and is now pursuing his masters of business administration in leadership and a post-graduate degree in managing teams through change. He is the son of Rex and Julia Rodehorst.