Micah played two years at Oral Roberts University before transferring to Tabor College. While at Tabor he was selected as first team All – Conference as well as All – American Honorable Mention honors in years 2000-01 and 2002-03. Micah then went on to coach from 2003-2005 as an assistant at Union College in Barbourville, KY. From 2005-2006 he was the assistant coach at East Central University in Ada, OK. Then in 2006, Micah came to be the assistant at Tabor. After one year, he took over as head coach.
Graduating from Tabor College (BA in physical education, 2003) and earning a master’s degree from Union College in Barbourville, KY (MA in physical education, 2005)
- Wife – Amanda
- Sons – Brekyn, Zavior
- Daughters – Kingzley, Jetta
My coaching style is very laid back, but at the same time, I expect a lot out of my players and myself. I feel this combination really lets me enjoy my job as a basketball coach. I love building personal relationships with my students and players.
How do you integrate faith into your coaching?
My goal is that that through this program, my players will grow athletically to be the best player and teammate they can possibly be and that through this program my players faith will be challenged and, as a result they would grow in their personal relationship with the Lord.