Broce spent four seasons as an assistant coach at Indiana.
Jamie Broce is in his fourth season as the men's golf assistant coach. Broce spent nine years playing professional golf after graduating from Ball State University in 1999.
The Hoosiers picked up four tournament titles in 2011, as well as nine finishes in the top-5.
In 2010, Indiana collected team titles at the Renaissance Intercollegiate and the adidas Hoosier Invitational. The Hoosiers also had three other top-5 team finishes.
During his first season, the Hoosiers cracked the national top-10 rankings for much of the year, ascending as high as No. 4 in the country.
The Hoosiers also won two team titles, winning the inaugural Big Ten Match Play Championship and adidas Hoosier Invitational, an event IU won by a whopping 27 strokes over the second place team.
Broce garnered three top-four finishes while playing on the Nationwide Tour from 2005-07. He also has professional golf experience on the NGA Hooters Tour (2002-04, present). In 2000, Broce qualified and played in the PGA Greater Milwaukee Open.
Broce played collegiately at Ball State, earning both the Mid-American Conference Player of the Year and Sportsman of the Year Awards as a senior in 1999. Additional accolades include: Academic All-America First team (1998-99), NCAA All-America Third Team (1999) and the Ben Hogan Award in 1998 (previously awarded to the nation's top golf scholar-athlete). He captained the Cardinal golf team for three years en route to winning six college tournaments.
Also a co-founder of the Blair/Broce Junior Golf Academy in LaPorte, Ind., Broce has several years of golf instruction experience. He has served as an instructor at golf clinics hosted by the Nationwide and NGA Hooters Tours, as well as private golf lessons.