Head coach Mic Potter is aided at the Capstone by fifth-year assistant coach Susan Rosenstiel. Rosenstiel brings a variety of experience in collegiate women's golf to the program, adding a wealth of SEC playing and coaching experience to Alabama.
A former collegiate golfer at Tennessee and Florida, she joined the Tide following a year of working outside the golfing field. Rosenstiel brings a variety of golf experience to the program, having worked as an assistant golf professional and golf instructor for several years prior to her stint in private business.
"Susan is a tremendous asset to this program," head coach Mic Potter said. "Her experience as a player and her ability to relate to our athletes make her an invaluable asset. I'm thankful to have a coach with her ability in the program."
Rosenstiel, formerly Susan Conger, began her collegiate playing career at the University of Tennessee, playing two seasons (1992-94) for the Lady Vols. She then transferred to the University of Florida where she finished her playing career (1994-97) as a Gator.
During her stay at UF, Rosenstiel garnered Academic All-American and Academic All-SEC accolades. She earned her bachelor's degree in Agriculture, Food and Resource Economics from Florida in 1996 and received her master's in Exercise and Sports Sciences, Sports Management in 1999.
While working on her master's, Rosenstiel spent time working for UF's College of Health and Human Performance as a golf and weight instructor and also worked as an assistant to Florida's Associate Athletic Director and Senior Women's Administrator. After her graduation, she worked as an assistant golf pro at the Tradition Golf Club in Royal Palm Beach, Fla., as well as at Turtle Point Yacht and Country Club in Killen, Ala.
Rosenstiel assists Potter in all facets of developing the Tide players and program, including instruction, course management and recruiting.
The North Fort Myers, Fla., native was born on June 5, 1974 and is married to Dr. Tom Rosenstiel, an Ob-Gyn at Obstetrics & Gynecology of West Alabama. The couple are the parents of two children, Henry and Elizabeth.