Former Washington State standout golfer Jon Reehoorn is in his third season as an assistant coach at Washington.
During his tenure with UW, the Huskies captured the 2005 Pac-10 Championship and notched back-to-back Top-10 NCAA finishes including a school-record third-place standing in 2005. Reehorn has mentored 2005 NCAA individual champion and first-team All-American James Lepp, along with Husky All-Americans Alex Prugh and Erik Olson.
Reehoorn joined the Husky program after working at Louisville as a graduate assistant coach while working toward his Athletic Administration degree. While residing in Louisville he also worked as an intern for the Mid-South Conference and the Greater Louisville Sports Commission.
As a senior in 2002, Reehoorn was a second-team All-Pac-10 selection, helping Washington State to its only NCAA Regional Championships appearance in the program's history. He was selected to the PING All-Pacific Region team that year as one of the region's top 15 players and was a second-team Pac-10 All-Academic team member. He received one of the Pac-10 Conference's post-graduate scholarships following his senior year at Washington State. Reehoorn completed his Washington State golf career with a school record 12 top-25 finishes in addition to posting a 72.0 scoring average in 2001-02, the best single-season mark in school history. In addition, Reehoorn ended his career at WSU with a school record 14 and 28 career top-10 and top-25 finishes, respectively.
Reehoorn was a walk-on at Washington State and lettered four times. He received honorable mention all-Pac-10 notice as a junior. He was a second-team Pac-10 All-Academic selection as a sophomore and received honorable mention honors during his junior season. After attending Burlington-Edison High School Reehoorn received an Evans Scholarship to attend Washington State.