The Green River men's varsity golf team plays on two of the finest golf courses in the South Sound Region. Partnering with Meridian Valley Country Club and Washington National Golf Club as their home courses has proved to be a great relationship for the Gator golf program. Green River has won the North West Athletic Association of Community Colleges Championship in 1998, 1994, and 1987.
In 2012 and 2013 the Gators finished as a team in second place at the NWAACC Championships due in large part to Broc Johnson's back to back medalist performances at the championship tournament. The NWAACC Player of the Year, Johnson will continue to play college golf for NCAA Division I, Arizona State University in 2013-14.
For more information about our golf program, contact Head Golf Coach Glenn Beatty.
Meet the Team
|#||Name||Height||Year||Hometown / High School|
|Avery Black||5'8||FR||Yakima, WA / East Valley|
|Rocky Brobio||5'8||FR||Valencia, CA / La Mirada|
|Tyler Erikson||5'10||SO||Issaquah, WA / Sammamish|
|Beau Forsberg||6'4||SO||Auburn / Mountainview|
|Frank Griffin||5'9||FR||Bonney Lake, WA / Bonney Lake|
|Jordan Overbo||5'11||FR||Puyallup, WA / Rogers|
|Chris Quick||5'11||FR||Auburn, WA / Mountainview|
|Jack Roth||5'9||FR||Covington, WA / Kentlake|
|Joseph Vallespin||5'5||FR||Honolulu, HI / Moanalua|
Meet the Coaches
Glenn Beatty, Head Men's and Women's Golf Coach
Glenn Beatty was welcomed to the position of Green River Head Golf Coach for both the men's and women's program in the fall of 2012. Coach Beatty is an Assistant Golf Professional at High Cedars Golf Course in Enumclaw, Washington. Having worked in the golf industry since 1997 at Ventana Canyon Golf and Racquet Club in Tucson, Arizona, Beatty brings a wealth of teaching and playing experience to the program. While attending the University of Arizona Beatty was a practice member of the varsity golf program. He now lives with his wife in Bonney Lake, Washington.
In his first season, he led the Gators to both second place finishes in the men's and women's NWAACC championships. Broc Johnson won medalist honors for the men, while top female Madeleine Ottosson tied for first before losing the title in a sudden death playoff.
Year by Year Record
|2016||10th - NWAC||Glenn Beatty||Logan Hansen|
|2015||7th - NWAC||Glenn Beatty||Kyle Drugge|
|2014||7th - NWAACC||Glenn Beatty||Nick Fisher|
|2013||2nd - NWAACC||Glenn Beatty||Broc Johnson (1st)|
|2012||2nd - NWAACC||Mike Smith||Broc Johnson (1st)|
|2011||6th - NWAACC||Brandon Lorrain||Jeremy Johnson|
|2010||9th - NWAACC||Jim Von Doehren||Jeremy Johnson|
|2009||5th - NWAACC||Jim Von Doehren||Troy Gillihan|
|2008||8th - NWAACC||Jim Von Doehren||Erik Tronvig|
|2007||2nd - NWAACC||Jim Von Doehren||Chaz Burns - 2nd Overall
Tyler Dost - T-3rd Overall
|2006||4th - NWAACC||Jim Von Doehren||Dustin Jones|
|2005||9th - NWAACC||Jim Von Doehren||Erik Hammerstrom|
Men's NWAACC All-Academic
2015 - Kyle Drugge
2015 - Jacob Leonard
2015 - Preston Gillihan
2012 - Kevin McCrossin
Men's NWAACC Team Champions
1998, 1994, 1987.
Men's NWAACC Individual Champions
- 2013 - Broc Johnson (repeat)
- 2012 - Broc Johnson
- 2000 - Steve Knoppi
- 1998 - Mark Hansen
- 1997 - Joel Skarbo