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Milan Motroni begins her eleventh year at Modesto Junior College as the women’s tennis coach. Prior to MJC, Milan was the coach for Delta College, USTA certified, Graduate Assistant UOP women’s tennis, and Twin Arbors Racquet Club. During her stay at Delta College, she made the northern California championships and she also worked with Bill Maze former Wimbeldon doubles champion, who currently the women’s tennis coach at UC Davis.
Milan is a graduate of Mission San Jose High School in Fremont, California. During her MJC tenure she won the preseason ITA tournament in 2008, Conference Champions in 2006, 2008, and Semi Finals for State team championships in 2008.
Milan earned her Bachelor’s Degree in Exercise Physiology from UC Davis. She also has a graduate degree in Exercise Science from UOP, and Teaching Credential from Sonoma State. In addition to coaching the tennis team, Milan is a full-time instructor at Modesto Junior College, and currently working on getting a Doctorate degree from CSU Stanislaus.