After a successful 2017-18 campaign, the Mid Michigan College Lakers Men's Basketball team is ready for another great season in 2018-19. With back to back seasons of qualifying for the postseason after making the jump to NJCAA Division II and the MCCAA, the Lakers are hoping to continue and improve on the streak of success. We urge you to come watch the team in action on the court as Coach House and Coach Ardis build the Lakers on last year's success.
With new faces and returning players, this year's team is looking forward to building on the team's past success.
Laker basketball teams practice and play their home games at Morey Courts in Mt. Pleasant. The men's season will include a full schedule of games against other NJCAA Conference teams as well as Division III JV teams.
For more information about Laker Athletics - Men's Basketball, contact Kaleb House at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Head Coach - Kaleb House
Coach House is entering his 7th season at the helm of the Laker men's basketball program. He has helped lead the program and athletics at Mid Michigan since its first season as an NJCAA program and from non-scholarship NJCAA Division III into the MCCAA and NJCAA Division II in his six seasons. House holds an overall record of 88-71 through those years of transition and program development. The Lakers were three time NJCAA DIII Region XII champs from 2014-2016 before making the jump to DII for the 2016-2017 season. The Lakers also carry a 20-16 record in the first two seasons in the Michigan Community College Athletic Association (MCCAA) and have qualified for the postseason tournament in both of those seasons under House.
2013-2014 15-12 (Region XII Champions)
2014-2015 15-13 (Region XII Champions)
2015-2016 16-11 (Region XII Champions)
2016-2017 17-11 (10-8,5th MCCAA)
2017-2018 17-11 (10-8, T-5th MCCAA)
A Mt. Pleasant native and Mt. Pleasant High School graduate, House currently teaches for Beal City Public Schools. He played basketball at Kirtland Community College for two years, acting as team captain for the Firebirds' 2003/04 season. After his time at Kirtland, House spent two years playing for Aquinas College, receiving NAIA Academic All-American status his senior year.
House coached the varsity basketball team at Beal City for four seasons, leading those teams to 2nd place conference finishes in three of those four years. He had an impressive 57-28 overall record while coaching at Beal City.