Cameron Andry is coach (since 2011). He earned Crossroads League Coach of the Year honors in 2012 and 2016.
Taylor University broke 300 twice and tied for ninth at the 2019 NAIA Championship at Las Sendas Golf Club in Mesa, Ariz. Texas Wesleyan won the NAIA title for the seventh time in school history, and first since 1999, defeating runner-up Coastal Georgia by nine strokes. Rounding out the top five were Oklahoma City in third, Keiser University in fourth and South Carolina Beaufort and British Columbia tied for fifth.
The NAIA medalist was Coastal Georgia's Mark Johnson, who won a three-man playoff after shooting a 2-over 286. Playing in windy conditions, the course was par 71, measuring 6,925 yards and produced an average 18-hole score of 77.6 strokes.
Alec Dutkowski tied for first (80-73-69-64=286), but lost the medal during a three-man playoff. Jeremy Ray and Lucas Beck tied for 44th at 302.
Taylor made it four straight in rolling to victory in the 2019 Crossroads League Championship at Blackthorn Golf Club in South Bend, Ind. The Trojans posted the low score in each round to win the title by nine shots over runner-up Marian. Indiana Wesleyan took third in the nine-school tournament. Heavy rain reduced the tournament from 54 to 36 holes. The course was par 72, measuring 7,016 yards and produced an average 18-hole score of 81.1 strokes.
The Trojans landed the top two individual placings. Lucas Beck won the Crossroads medal by two strokes with a 1-over 145 (73-72), while Jeremy Ray was second (75-72-=147). Last year's medalist, Alec Dutkowski, was eighth (76-76=152).
Taylor finished seventh at the 2018 NAIA Championship, and won the Crossroads League Championship. The Trojans competed but didn't make the 36-hole cut in the 2017 NAIA Championship, and won the Crossroads League Championship.
Taylor competed but failed to make the 54-hole cut in the 2016 NAIA Championship.
Taylor won the 2016 Crossroads League Championship, placed sixth in 2015, second in 2014 and third in 2013. Taylor placed fifth in the 2012 Mid-Central Conference Championship, sixth in 2011, seventh in 2010 and eighth in 2009.