Justin Roth is entering his second year as an assistant coach at Findlay during the 2019-20 campaign.
During his first year on staff, Roth was instrumental in leading both golf programs to great success during the 2018-19 season. The women's team finished in a tie for fifth at the NCAA Division II National Championship and won both the regional and conference titles. The men's team meanwhile finished as the runner-up in the league championship and finished 18th at the regional.
Roth was a four-year letter winner at the University of Findlay from 2014-2018. He received his undergraduate degree with a Bachelor of Science in May 2018 before accepting his position as the Assistant Coach in July 2018.
As a player, Roth earned first team all-Great Midwest Athletic Conference his senior year, as well as being named a Golf Coaches Association of America All-American Scholar both his junior and senior seasons. During his senior year, Roth helped lead his team to their first conference title in ten years as well as their first NCAA Regional tournament appearance in six years. Roth is currently 7th in all-time scoring average at UF, carrying a career average of 76.98 over his four years.
Before attending UF, Roth played his high school golf at Brunswick High School, where in his senior year he led his team to a conference championship as well as being named the Medina County Player of the Year.
Roth’s hometown is Brunswick, Ohio, just outside of Cleveland.