Campus Life

Women's Golf

 

Introduction

Since 2005, the Green River women's varsity golf team has been one of the most competitive women's programs in the NW Athletic Association of Community Colleges (NWAACC). Playing on two of the finest golf courses in the South Sound Region, Green River has been attracting many local golfers to the campus. 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.

As a team Green River finished second in 2005, 2009, 2012, 2013 at the NWAACC Championships and secured individual medalist honors in 2009 (Jenna Witmer) and 2007 (Paige Gifford). Gifford later went on to win the Washington State Amateur tournament as well.  The 2012 and 2013 teams were led by two first team All-NWAACC performers Madeleine Ottosson and Britney Thurber.  Ottosson tied for first place in 2013 before losing in a sudden death playoff.

Golf ball

For more information about our golf program, contact Head Golf Coach Glenn Beatty

Meet the Team

2014-15 Roster

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Hometown / High School

  Tiffany Wilkening SO 5'4 Enumclaw / Enumclaw HS
Kyra Adams FR 5'9 Auburn / Thomas Jefferson HS
  Caitlyn Miller SO 5'2 Bonney Lake / White River HS
 

Meet the Coaches

Head Men's and Women's Golf Coach

Glenn Beatty, Head Men's and Women's Golf Coach

Glenn Beatty is 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 Sumner Meadows Golf Course in Sumner, WA.  Having worked in the golf industry since 1997 at Ventana Canyon Golf and Racquet Club in Tucson, AZ, 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, WA.

In his first season, Coach Beatty led both the men and women's golf teams to second place finishes at the 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.

Schedule

2014-15 Season

DateEventLocationRecordTop Individual Result
Sept 21-22 NWAACC League #1 Avalon GC
Mount Vernon, WA 
8th T. Wilkening -160 (1st)
C. Miller -192
Oct 12-13 North Idaho Invite Avondale GC
Couer D'Alene, ID
10th T. Wilkening - 170
C. Miller - 190
Sat Oct 18  Swanson Cup Trophy Lake CG
Bremerton, WA
 
Nov 1-2 Walla Walla Invite Wine Valley CG
Walla Walla, WA

History

Year by Year Record

YearFinishCoachLow Gator
2014 DNQ - NWAACC Glenn Beatty J. Puckett (5th)
2013 2nd - NWAACC Glenn Beatty M. Ottosson (T-1)
2012 4th - NWAACC Mike Smith M. Ottosson (5th)
2011 No Team
2010 2nd - NWAACC Jennifer Von Doehren C. Martinson (T-2)
A. Viola (T-2)
2009 2nd- NWAACC Jennifer Von Doehren J. Wittmer (1st)
2008 3rd and Western Region Champions Jennifer Von Doehren J. Rochelle (4th)
2007 5th - NWAACC Jennifer Von Doehren P. Gifford (1st)
2006 7th - NWAACC Jennifer Von Doehren P. Gifford (T-3)
2005 T-Second and Northern Division Champions

NWAACC Individual Awards

2013 - Madeline Ottosson, T-First
2010 - Caral Martinson, Second Place NWAACC
2010 - Annie Viola, Second Place NWAACC

2009 - Jenna (Rochelle) Witmer, Medalist
2008 - Jenna Rochelle, Fourth Place NWAACC
2007 - Paige Gifford, Medalist
2006 - Paige Gifford, T-Third NWAACC
2005 - Tracy Vann, Third Place NWAACC

All NWAACC Awards

2014 - Second Team: Jennifer Puckett
2013 - First Team: Madeleine Ottosson and Brittney Thurber
2012 - First Team: Madeleine Ottosson and Brittney Thurber
2012 - Second Team: Danielle Benson
2010 - First Team: Caral Martinson and Annie Viola
2010 - Second Team: Courtney Tappon
2009 - First Team: Jenna Witmer and Annie Viola
2009 - Second Team: Courtney Tappon

Coach of the Year

2009 - Jennifer Von Doehren