Tim Schrage is in his seventh year as the head golf coach of the men and women's program's at Culver-Stockton College.
Schrage led the Wildcat men's team to back-to-back Heart of America Athletic Conference championships in 2014 and 2015, qualifying for the NAIA national championships each season. In addition, the Wildcats, under Schrage, have produced the Heart of America Athletic Conference medalists in Tyler Barr (2014) and Ryan Keller (2015). Schrage has been named the Heart Men's Coach of the Year two times.
In addition to the men's success, Schrage helped Megan Miehe capture the Wildcats' first HAAC women's individual medalist title in 2012, advancing to the national tournament. In 2016, Lucy Clark, a sophomore, joined Miehe and captured Heart Championships medalist honors to advanc to the NAIA National Championships in Georgia.
Schrage attended Quincy (Ill.) University where he was a member of the Hawk golf team for two seasons. His best finish as a Hawk was claiming medalist honors at the Maryville (Mo.) University Invitational in 2007.
Prior to Quincy University, Schrage attended John Wood Community College in Quincy, Ill., and helped the Blazers qualify for the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) championships in 2006. He was honored as an all-conference performer in the Midwest Athletic Conference after both seasons at JWCC.
Schrage also had success during his high school days, qualifying for the Illinois State Golf championships three times during his days at Quincy Notre Dame High School. His best finish came during his junior season when he finished ninth overall.
A 2008 graduate of Quincy University, Schrage earned a bachelor's degree in marketing. He recently obtained his master's degree from the United States Sports Academy.