DCB Hires Baseball Coach and Admission Counselors
June 9, 2016
The Admissions Office at Dakota College has two new employees, who both started their new positions during the week of June 6th.
Mike Greene has accepted a dual role as Admissions Counselor and Baseball Coach at DCB. Mike is originally from Seattle, WA. He has twenty-five years of coaching experience from the t-ball to the pro-ball level. He previously coached a professional baseball team, the Douglas Diablos and has been the head baseball coach at the high school and junior college level as well as assistant coach at the Division I and II collegiate levels.
Besides coaching baseball, Greene has coached high school football, refereed high school football, been a personal trainer, bodybuilder and played semi-pro football. He was an associate scout for the Cleveland Indians and has worked with the special Olympics in Mississippi. He has also published a coaching book titled Touching all the Bases.
Greene says, “I am looking forward to turning DCB into a baseball school. I have talented, quality athletes from all over; Montana, Washington, Alaska, North Dakota, Colorado, Arizona, Canada and Australia. I want the players to be part of the community and proud of their experience at DCB.”
He holds a B.A. in Physical Education from Mississippi Valley State and a Master of Science in Sports Management from California University of Pennsylvania.
Beth MacDonald is the new full-time Admission Counselor at Dakota College at Bottineau. Originally from Devils Lake, ND, Beth understands the important role of small communities and small colleges and the opportunities they contribute to being a successful student. She completed thirty-one credits in high school through the dual credit system and completed her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology in three years at UND.
MacDonald just completed her studies at UND. As a 2016 graduate, she shares her excitement in the new position, “I am looking forward to working with students while being in a familiar environment.”
DCB invites you to stop by the campus any time to meet the Admission Counselors to help welcome them to the Bottineau community.