Coach Rob Wojtkowski is entering his 18th season as Head Basketball Coach for the Coyotes. This is Coach Wojtkowski's 28th year coaching community college and high school basketball.
Besides coaching and teaching in the Exercise Science Department, each summer Coach Wojtkowski coordinates four basketball camps at Cuyamaca College for children grades 4-9th. Furthermore, Coach Wojtkowski is the Past-President for the CCCMBCA (California Community College Men's Basketball Coaches Association) and current PCAC (Pacific Coast Athletic Conference) representative to the CCCMBCA Executive Board.
Coach Wojtkowski received a BS in Mathematics and a MA in Sports Psychology (Physical Education) from San Jose State University. During Coach Wojtkowski's years at SJSU, he coached basketball at both Branham and Leigh High Schools.
After finishing his education at SJSU, Coach Wojtkowski was offered a position as assistant basketball coach and athletic academic advisor at San Jose City College. During Coach Wojtkowski's five years as an assistant coach, SJCC went to the State "Final Eight" Championships three times, won three Coast Conference Championships and played in the State Championship game in 1997. At SJCC, Coach Wojtkowski coached six All-State performers and numerous players that played at D-1 Universities. Besides coaching basketball at SJCC, Coach Wojtkowski helped develop the athletic academic program into one of the top programs in the state of California.
Coach Wojtkowski, his wife Jill, and their sons Cole and Aidan live in San Diego.