University of Idaho
Record at WWCC 283-105
.729 Winning Percentage
12 NWAACC Tournament Appearances, Placed in all 12
2 NWAACC Championships, 2 NWAACC Runner-Up
Bobbi Hazeltine enters her 14th year as Head Coach of the WWCC Warrior Women. Last year, the Warriors made it to the Final Four of the NWAACC Tournament for a 3rd year in a row. They settled for 3rd place in the tournament after placing 1st and 2nd the previous two years.
In 2008, Coach Hazeltine was inducted into the Idaho Athletic Hall of Fame. 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 comes to WWCC from the state of Idaho, where she was born and raised and she received her Bachelors Degree and Masters Degree from the University of Idaho.
At WWCC, Hazeltine believes in a very disciplined program, centered around fundamentals. She stresses excellence in the classroom, saying that, "Our players are students first, athletes second." Almost every player in Hazeltine's program has graduated with an AA Degree, and most have gone on to four-year colleges or universities. 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 (Albertson College and Lewis-Clark State). Most recently, Kati Isham went on to play at Boise State University, where she was their leading scorer for two straight years.
Coach Hazeltine is proud of the fact that five of last year's players received athletic/academic scholarships and are now playing at four-year schools.
Coach Hazeltine and her husband Rory have two children, Allison and Nick.