Walla Walla Community College
Women’s Basketball

Coaches Profiles

  • Bobbi Hazeltine
  • Mark Lindgren
  • Becky Tompkins
  • Kati Treinen

Coach Bobbi Hazeltine

Bobbi Hazeltine, Head Coach

University of Idaho
Year: 21st Year

Career Coaching Highlights:

20 year record at WWCC  440-152 (.743 winning percentage)

18 NWAC Tournament Appearances – placed in 14

Three NWAC Championships; Four NWAC Runners-up

Bobbi Hazeltine enters her 21st year as Head Coach of the WWCC Warrior Women. She has won 440 games as the WWCC helm, and her teams have qualified for the NWAC Tournament 17 of her 19 years. Last season, her Warriors went all the way – winning the NWAC title after posting a 32-1 record.  The team’s only loss was to a Division 1 All-Star Team.  Her team finished with the 30 game winning streak.

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.

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 (College of Idaho and Lewis-Clark State). More recently, Kati Isham went on to play at Division I Boise State University Michelle Seitz played at Division I Montana State University and most recently, Cierra Jo McKeown, at Division I UC-Davis.

Coach Hazeltine is proud of the fact that 18 players in the last eight years have received athletic/academic scholarships and are now playing at four-year schools.

In the spring of 2015, Coach Hazeltine was selected to receive the Community Service Award from Walla Walla Community College.  This award is given to a college employee who serves his or her community in the way of volunteering and community projects.  Coach Hazeltine and her basketball teams have volunteered at school carnivals, local book fairs, food drives, Breast Cancer Awareness Fundraisers, Toys for Tots, Help Line, the Walla Walla Christian Aid Center and at Walla Walla Assisted Living.

Coach Hazeltine and her husband Rory have two married children:  Allison – to Jason, and Nick – to Ellie.  They also have six grandchildren: Kaden, Kaley, Connor, Kennedy, Camren and Luke.

Mark Lindgren, Assistant Coach

University of Idaho

17th Year   

This will be Mark’s 17th year with the Warrior Basketball Program.  Over the last 16 years, the team has accomplished many of their goals, including winning an NWAC title last season.  He is looking forward to another successful season working with Coach Hazeltine.  Mark is the main film coordinator for the Warriors, and breaks down hours of film while analyzing offensive sets that the Warriors run.

Mark has been involved with coaching throughout the Walla Walla area for the last 26 years.  He spent eight years coaching at DeSales High School in the Lady Irish Basketball Program.

Mark has both his B.S. and M.S. in Civil Engineering from the University of Idaho.  He retired in 2013 from Walla Walla District Corps of Engineers. He and his wife Kathy have two children, Brian and Jenny. They are also the proud grandparents of Bronson, Linley, Blake and Brooks.

Coach Becky Thompson


Becky Tompkins, Assistant Coach

Louisiana State University – Shreveport

9th Year

Becky begins her ninth season as a Warrior Women’s Basketball Coach, having played for Coach Hazeltine from 2005-2008. In her freshman season, the Warriors made it all the way to the championship before losing to Lane.  Becky also played softball and earned First Team All-Eastern Region both seasons at third base.

Becky is a 2005 graduate of New Plymouth High in Idaho. She graduated from Louisiana State University in Shreveport with a Health and Physical Education degree in 2010.

Becky is the recruiting coordinator for the WWCC Women’s program, and she also works with the post players.  She is married to Michael Tompkins, and together they have a daughter, Bailee, who is six and a son, Cade, who is four.   In her spare time, Becky coaches Bailee’s soccer and t-ball teams.

Coach Katie Treinen

Kati Treinen, Assistant Coach

Boise State University

7th Year

Kati begins her seventh year as a Warrior Women’s Basketball Coach, having played for the team from 2008-2010.  During those years, she led the team to the NWAACC Championship her sophomore year while putting herself in the WWCC record book in almost every offensive category.  She is currently at or near the top of the school records for highest points per game average in a career (22.2), highest PPG in a season (22.8), most points in a career and most Free Throws made in a game (15).  Kati was named Eastern Region Player of the Year in both her freshman and sophomore seasons, and she was named NWAACC Most Valuable Player after the Championship Game in 2010.

Kati graduated from Butte County High School, where she was two time Idaho Player of the Year.  After Kati attended WWCC, she received a full ride basketball scholarship to Boise State University.  While at BSU, Kati was named WAC Player of the Week her junior year and Mountain West Conference Player of the Week her senior year.  She was the leading scorer for BSU both of her years there, and she broke the record for most 3-pointers made in a season.

Kati has both her B.S. and M.S. in Health and Sports Science from Boise State (2012) and American Public University (2015). Kati works with the guards and is in charge of the Warriors’ strength and conditioning program. She is married to Blake Treinen, and together they have a daughter Addison, who is three, and a son Krue, who is one.