Entering her eighth season at the helm of the Lady Raider golf program, Stacey Totman has been key in putting Texas Tech on the national golf map.
Totman is entering her 10th season with Texas Tech. After serving as assistant coach for two years, she was named the head coach in May of 2000. Since then, she has guided Tech to 24 top-five finishes, including four team championships and five runner-up finishes. Under her tutelage, the Lady Raiders have amassed 23 team and numerous individual all-time Texas Tech records. This fall, Totman led Tech to its fifth season with three top-five finishes, and it still has the entire spring season to play.
A South Dakota native, Totman lettered two seasons at the University of Minnesota before transferring to Tech in 1993. As a member of the Gopher women's golf team, she was selected as the Gophers Co-Rookie of the Year in 1991-92. As a sophomore, Totman won the Minnesota Invitational, was selected to the All-Big Ten Team and the NCAA East All-Region Team. She was also an NCAA Championship Qualifier.
Totman, a two-time letterwinner at Texas Tech, was an All-Southwest Conference choice in 1993-94 and 1994-95. She was also selected the All-SWC Tournament Team in 1994 and 1995.
During her stint as a Red Raider, Totman won the 1993 Wichita State Lady Shocker Tournament and the 1994 Marilyn Smith/Sunflower Tournament. Totman is still third in the Tech record books in career averages and was Tech's scoring leader in the 1994-95 season.
Totman's career as head coach of the Lady Raiders has produced not only top golfers in the classroom, but also on the course. She has seen her players garner 19 Academic All-Big 12 Conference selections and two NGCA All-Scholar selections.
Totman's achievements attest to her goal of making the Lady Raider golf program one of the best in the nation. The job has only been made easier with the addition of The Rawls Course, which was rated the third-best university-owned golf course by Golfweek Magazine in 2004.
Stacey is married to Jason Totman, a former All-American baseball player at Texas Tech. They have two daughters, Addison and Taylor.