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Women's Basketball team photo 2018-19

Laker Athletics - Women's Basketball

After a successful 2018-19 campaign, the Mid Michigan College Women's Laker Basketball team is ready for another great season! The Lakers are hoping to continue and improve on their streak of success. We urge you to come watch the team in action on the court as Coach Rodenbo builds on the team's past success.

Season Records

2014-2015 | Division 3 Region 12 Champions

2015-2016 | Division 3 Region 12 Champions

2015-2016 | District B Champions

2015-2016 | NJCAA National Championship (5th Place)

2017-2018 | MCCAA Western Conference Champions

Women's Basketball Events & News

Head Coach Matt Rodenbo

Head Coach - Matt Rodenbo

Rodenbo is originally from Alma, Michigan where he graduated from in 1989. He currently teaches Social Studies at Clare High School where he was also the Girls' Varsity Basketball coach. He graduated from Central Michigan University with a Bachelor's of Science in Education and then earned a Master degree in Educational Leadership. Matt has a wife Stephanie and three sons Tyler, Scott and Ryan.

Rodenbo's coaching career includes five years spent coaching boys' basketball positions with Alma Public Schools, three years as the varsity boys' basketball coach for Coleman High School prior to his stint with Clare High School. His teams at Clare were extremely successful, winning three Jack Pine Conference Championships with an undefeated record (42-0), and earning district and regional titles (1st in Clare History) in the MHSAA post-season tournament. In his three years at Clare High School, his record was 63-8. He was also the 2013-2014 BCAM Region 15 Coach of the Year.

Matt has been at Mid Michigan College since 2014. Mid's record since 2014 when Matt took over is 86-23. Matt was also named the NJCAA District B Coach of the year in 2015-16 as Mid Michigan finished 5th in the nation.

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