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Milan Motroni begins her thirteenth year at Modesto Junior College and seventh year as a head coach for the women’s golf team and the tennis team. Prior to MJC, Milan taught golf at Santa Rosa Junior College and Solano Community College. She was also the first one to start a disabled golf program for community colleges.
Milan is a graduate of Mission San Jose High School in Fremont, California. Milan likes to play competitive golf and he has also taught for over twenty years. In the last five years she has had over seven golfers receive scholarships.
Milan earned her Bachelor’s Degree in Exercise Physiology/PE from UC Davis. She also earned a graduate degree in Exercise Science from UOP, and her Teaching Credential from Sonoma State. In addition to coaching the girls golf and tennis team, Milan is also a full-time Instructor, and working on getting a Doctorate degree from CSU Stanislaus.