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 has been part of the Men's Basketball coaching staff since 1988, 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.
"This is a very talented team along the line of the many fine teams that we have had here at LCC," said Coach Ingram. "When they learn how to trust one another on the court they will be a very good team. We will compete for a championship this season." Academics has always been a high priority for Ingram's teams whether it be receiving a degree from LCC or transferring to a four year school. He has coached three Student Athletes of the Year during his coaching career, and believes his team will be not only strong in basketball this year, but also in academics, too.
Mike is married to Phebeit and has four children, Mike, Layne, Justin and Jocelyn who are all hoopers.
"LCC is a quality experience for student athletes. It was for me and I try to make sure it is a great experience for our student athletes, also. GO STARS!" (Coach Mike Ingram)