Godderidge will graduate from USU in May of 2012.
Dean Johansen is in his 13th season as the men's golf coach at Utah State University and in his 15th year with the program as he also spent two years as an assistant under former USU head coach Dan Roskelley.
Johansen is also the assistant golf professional at the Logan Golf & Country Club, having served in that capacity for the past 15 years.
In his first season as Utah State's head coach, Johansen led the Aggies to a sixth-place team finish at the 2001 Big West Conference Championships, which was the best finish by a USU team in six years. In 2007, Johansen coached then sophomore Devin Daniels to a second-place individual finish at the Western Athletic Conference Championships as he carded a 7-under 209 with rounds of 69, 66 and 74.
In 2009, Johansen led the Aggies to a fourth-place team finish at the WAC Championships, with both Daniels and Tyler Labrum finishing in the top 10. That fourth-place finish for USU was its best since placing fourth at the 1997 Big West Conference Championships. The Aggies also finished in the top 10 as a team in seven of the tournaments they participated in during the 2008-09 season.
In 2010, Utah State had four top-five finishes including winning the 2009 Utah Collegiate Shootout. And in 2011, Utah State had three top-10 finishes.
And in 2011, Utah State had four top-10 finishes, while sophomore Tanner Higham tied for eighth at the WAC Championships with a 5-over 221.
Johansen graduated from Utah State University in 1995 with a bachelor's degree in philosophy. He prepped at North Sanpete High School in Mt. Pleasant, Utah.
Johansen is married to the former Laura Hafen and the couple has four boys, Duncan (15), Dawson (15), Beckham (8) and Roman (5).