Reflections

 

“She has a great attitude and so many great experiences that relate to me and my personal life and she gave me so many great advices for my life and success.”

Andres Bustani

Kinesiology

 

“The biggest thing I got out of this presentation was to be prepared for any situation, leaving no stone unturned.  This way, no matter what game/life situation is thrown, you will be ready and know what to do, because you were already prepared.”

Rob Nelms

Sport Administration

 

 

Building a Successful Program

Bobbi Hazeltine

Head Women's Basketball Coach

Walla Walla Community College

Walla Walla, WA

About Coach Hazeltine:

Bobbi Hazeltine enters her 16th year as Head Coach of the WWCC Warrior Women with a record of 326-119 (.773).  Her teams have qualified for the NWAACC Tournament 15 straight years.

Coach Hazeltine was inducted into the Idaho Athletic Hall of Fame in 2008.  She was honored because of her coaching success in the state of Idaho.  She served as the Head Volleyball and Girls’Basketball Coach at Troy High School for 13 years, winning 246 volleyball matches and 253 basketball games.  She also won nine state championships in the two sports. 

 

Coach Hazeltine was born and raised in Idaho, and she received her Bachelor’s Degree and Master’s Degree from the University of Idaho. She stresses excellence in the classroom, saying that, “Our players are students first, athletes second.”  Coach Hazeltine is proud of the fact that seven players in the last two years have received athletic/academic scholarships and are now playing at four-year schools.  In addition, Hazeltine has placed many of her players in solid four-year basketball programs.  Three of them, Kasey Hooter, Aundrea Morrison and Sadie Short, have gone on to be named All-Americans at their respective schools (College of Idaho and Lewis-Clark State). More recently, Kati Isham went on to play at Division I Boise State University, and Michelle Seitz is currently playing at Division I Montana State University.

 

Coach Hazeltine and her husband Rory have two children, Allison and Nick.

 

-Bio and photo courtesy of WWCC Athletics