Mike Rostollan, Head Golf Coach
Mike is a Certified PGA Professional who turned pro in 1986. His golf background includes playing varsity golf at Gonzaga Prep in high school and Eastern Washington University in college, earning a BA in Philosophy while there . After becoming a golf professional, he served as a PGA Apprentice at both the Hayden Lake and Walla Walla Country Clubs. His first Head Professional position came at Dominion Meadows, his tenure lasting seven years. On returning to Walla Walla, he worked to open Wildhorse Resort and the Tour Fairways. Mike coached the McLoughlin High School golf teams before coming to WWCC.
Now in his ninth season with the Warriors, Mike has been the NWAACC Coach of the Year three times, has won the Men's Eastern Division title six times and won the NWAACC Championship in 2003, 2004, 2006, 2007, and 2008. The women have placed third and were runners-up three times in conference play. Coach Rostollan hopes to continue the Warrior winning tradition, while above all else emphasizing academics, personal integrity and citizenship with his players.
Mike Levens, Assistant Mens' Golf Coach
Mike came to Walla Walla Community College in 1973 after serving as an assistant Football Coach at Whitman College in 1972. He continued working as an assistant football coach and served as the Head Golf Coach from 1975-1987. In 1988 Mike became the Head Football Coach and retired from coaching Golf. He coached football until the program was terminated after the 1997 season. Mike also served as Athletic Director from 1991-1997 and continues to teach Physical Education. Mike and his wife Alane have two children, Sarah and Joe . Coach Levens was inducted into the NWAACC Hall of Fame in 2000.
Robin Greene, Assistant Womens' Golf Coach
Robin loves all sports, especially golf, volleyball, basketball, softball and track and is fiercely competitive. She has played and coached college basketball, softball, volleyball, and track. Now she has seen the light and has moved to the elite sport of golf. As a coach, her outlook is to improve the student athlete in mind, body and spirit. Her goals in golf are to break 80 and practice regularly to become more consistent.