Cameron Andry was named the head coach of the Taylor men's golf team in August of 2011. A life-long golf enthusiast, Andry has guided the men's program to 19 tournament victories including the 2016 and 2017 Crossroads League Championships.
Andry's Trojans tallied the most tournament victories in the NAIA during the 2016-17 season with eight, including the 2017 Crossroads League Championship. The 2016-17 Trojans spent nearly the entire season ranked inside the NAIA Coaches' Top 25, climbing as high as No. 10.
In the fall of 2015 Andry's Trojans climbed into the NAIA Coaches' Top 25 for the first time in program history, checking in a No. 25. The Trojans rose as high as No. 16 in the NAIA Coaches' Top 25 during the 2015-16 season.
Andry has coached 11 players to All-Crossroads League honors while TU's Trey Turner and Alec Dutkowski have each earned Ping All-North Team honors in both 2016 and 2017. Under Andry's tutaledge Dutkowski earned NAIA All-American honors in both 2016 and 2017.
Taylor's Crossroads League Championship in 2016 was the first for the program since 1998 and just the second conference title for the program since 1977. TU's Turner became the first Trojan to claim Crossroads League medalist honors in over 30 years.
Andry has been named the Crossroads League Coach of the Year three times, once during his first season in 2012 and again in 2016 and 2017. In 2013 Andry assumed the Crossroads League Men's Golf Chairman position, overseeing all Crossroads League Men's Golf operations.
Andry has also overseen the birth of the Egypt Valley Intercollegiate tournament, held at the beautiful Egypt Valley Country Club in Ada, Michigan. Taylor and Egypt Valley, the host of the 2010 United States Junior Amateur, host some of the best NAIA teams in the Midwest during the two-day tournament each fall.
In February of 2012 Andry was named the Director of Golf Programs, now overseeing the daily operations of both the Trojan men's and women's golf programs. A talented player in his own right, Andry was a four-year letter winner at Paoli High School in Paoli, Ind., before attending Ball State University and earning a Bachelors Degree in Telecommunications in 2009. Andry returned to Ball State in 2010, earning a Masters Degree in Public Relations while also being hired as an assistant sports information director at Taylor.
A strong believer in the use of technology to improve as a golfer, Andry incorporates technology into many of the team's practices. The Taylor men's team utilizes technology to track practice progress and phone applications to conduct on-the-go video swing analysis and live qualifying and practice round scoring.
Andry served as a caddy at the Pete Dye Course in French Lick, Indiana during his college years. He earned All-Conference honors in both his junior and senior seasons at Paoli High School and advanced to the regional in the IHSAA tournament.
After joining the Taylor Sports Information Department in 2010 Andry has focused on creating videos for the Taylor athletics website and local television affiliates as well as providing game day coverage for teams and managing the Taylor Athletics website. He has produced the Taylor University Men's Basketball Silent Night videos for the past four years; the videos garnered national attention for Taylor and have nearly 3 million online views.