Anna Temple, a 2004 graduate of the University of California, returned to the Golden Bears as an assistant coach for the start of the 2008-09 season.
Temple was a member of the European Ladies Tour, playing in 31 events during three seasons on the tour. Her best finish came in 2007 when she finished 19th at the Nykredit Masters (Helsingor, Denmark). Temple played in three of the four events of the 2008 Ladies African Tour. She tied for first at the WPGA Masters (Johannesburg, South Africa), falling in a playoff. She finished the 2008 season ninth on the Order of Merit for the Ladies African Tour.
Temple originally turned pro in 2005, playing the 2005 and 2006 seasons on the Durmaed Futures Tour, with her best finish coming in 2006 when she tied for 35th at the Louisiana Futures Classic.
As an amateur, Temple played in the US Women's Amateur Championship in 2000, 2001, 2002, reaching the quarter finals in 2000. She was a semi finalist at the Western Women's Open and finished third at the Canadian Ladies Open in 2004.
Temple also worked for five summers at the Nike Junior Golf Camps at Pebble Beach.
Temple was a Golden Bear golfer for three seasons after transferring from the University of Wisconsin after her freshman year. She earned All-Region honors her senior season. She is a fourth generation Golden Bear who was also born and raised in Berkeley.