Marvin Evans is currently the Head Coach of the Howard Community College basketball program.
Coach Evans began his coaching career at Cardin High School in Baltimore, Md as the Head Boys Varsity basketball coach from 2008-2011. After three successful years, Coach Evans accepted the Head Girls Varsity Basketball coaching job at C. Milton Wright High School in Bel Air, MD. There he guided the program to a complete turnaround effort, taking a team that had only won three games the previous year and winning 19 games as well as the UCBAC Susquehanna league title in his first season. Coach Evans spent three years (2011-2014) guiding the CMW Mustangs before his transition to the college level where he began at Anne Arundel Community College as an assistant coach. Coach Evans has also coached at two local NCAA DIII colleges (Stevenson University 2015-16-Head WBB Club Coach and Goucher College 2016-17 WBB Assistant Coach). Coach Evans is a National Certified Personal Trainer (NCCPT), a HSAA Camp/Showcase Director, as well as, an active member of the WBCA organization.
Coach Marvin Evans played collegiately at Western Connecticut State University from 2000-2004 where he served as a team captain from 2002-04. During that time, WCSU made 2 NCAA appearances, won 2 Little East Conference titles and 1 ECAC tournament championship. Coach Marvin Evans was twice named 1st team LEC, earned the ECAC tournament MVP as well as LEC player of the year (2003-04). In 2011 Evans was named to the LEC 25-year Anniversary team, honoring the top players in the conference 25-year history. Evans graduated Western Connecticut in 2004 with a Bachelors degree in Social Work and is currently ranked 14th on the school’s All-time scoring list (1285 pts) and 4th on the rebounding list (717 Rebs).
Marvin and his 2 daughters reside in Baltimore.
Bob Hutchings is in the 13th year of his third stint on the Stockton University men’s basketball coaching staff. Hutchings coached under Joe Carideo in 1979, was an assistant coach at Stockton for eight of the nine seasons between 1990 and 1999, and rejoined the Stockton staff in 2006. The Ospreys have won seven NJAC championships and earned 12 NCAA Tournament berths with Hutchings on the bench.
Hutchings spent two seasons as an assistant at Army under Mike Krzyzewski from 1975-77 and also was an assistant for the Saudi Arabian national team. He later became the head coach at Bridgeton High School and was the head coach at Cumberland County College for five seasons from 1999-2004. An associate emeritus member of the National Association of Basketball Coaches, Hutchings was chosen 2016 Coach of the Year by Student Athlete World and Best Coach at the 2018 Euro Cup.
A member of Hoop Historians, Hutchings has been inducted into the New Jersey Scholastic Coaches Association Hall of Fame, Millville Thunderbolts Hall of Fame, Wheeling Jesuit Athletic Hall of Fame, All Sports Museum of Southern New Jersey Hall of Fame and Stockton Athletics Hall of Fame with the 1995-96 Osprey squad.
Mike Ingram is a graduate of Lansing Community College and Central Michigan University. Mike was an All-American player at LCC, played two years at Central Michigan University, and played high school basketball with Tony Dungy.
He is currently the Head Coach at Lansing Community College, and continues to head an impressive 610-255 record at the conclusion of the 2018-19 season. Ingram served as the assistant coach in 1988 when the Men's team won the NJCAA National Championship, and has coached his team to 4th place, 5th place, 6th place, and 8th place National NJCAA tournament finishes, and led his teams to 19 MCCAA Championships.
Mike was named Region XII Coach of the Year in 1990-91 and 2005-06, 2014-2015, 2015-2016 and has received the Western Conference Coach of the Year award 19 times.
Coach Ingram is very active in basketball camps and clinics year round, including camps for NBA players Magic Johnson, Anthony "Pig" Miller and Slam Dunk Champion Jason Richardson. Mike hosts many AAU and recreation basketball tournaments and he also speaks at high schools and camps.
Former UNCG Spartan and Abington great Kevin Oleksiak is an event director for Maximum Exposure Basketball.
He served as UNC Greensboro Director of Men’s Basketball Operations during the 2009-10 season before moving to a coaching position prior to the start of the 2010-11 campaign.
Named to the UNCG staff August 4, 2009, Oleksiak played part of the 2008-09 season in France before returning to the United States. He sat in on some of the team’s practices and games as a volunteer in the latter part of the season.
A native of Abington, Pa., Oleksiak scored 1,015 points in his UNCG career, ranking No. 15 all-time on the Spartan career scoring list. He is in the top 10 in steals, three-point attempts, three-pointers made, and free throw percentage. When he graduated, his 119 games played were tied for the most in school history. He still holds the single-game school record for three-pointers with nine and steals with seven.
Oleksiak graduated from UNCG in 2008 with a degree in recreation, parks and tourism.
Justin Welke is the former Head Coach at Harper College in Illinois. He served as the boys varsity basketball coach at St. Joseph School in Wilmette for over three years (2010-13) and most recently as the boys varsity coach at Roycemore High School in Evanston. Welke also is a head coach at RMG Hoops, a premier AAU travel program based out of the north side of Chicago.
Welke describes his coaching style as very interactive with both his assistant coaches and players. He draws his coaching inspiration from coaches who are strong teachers of the game of basketball. His biggest coaching influences are legendary high school coach Bob Hurley, legendary college coach John Wooden and current Chicago Bulls head coach Tom Thibodeau.
Welke graduated with honors from Northwestern University in June of 2007 with a Bachelor of Science in Biomedical Engineering. Additionally, he graduated with honors and obtained his Doctor of Dental Surgery from University of Illinois at Chicago in June of 2013. He is currently a practicing dentist at the Arlington Heights Dental Group.
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