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  • Micah Mills

    PGC BASKETBALL DIRECTOR

    Over the past 5 years, Micah has become apart of my family because of his willingness to support everything that I do and push me to be better on and off the court. He is extremely kind, funny, and laid back but not afraid to tell the truth for the betterment of myself as a whole. Everything that we’ve done on and off the court has had purpose and as my mentor he’s helped me continue to develop my work ethic by pushing me beyond what I thought my limits were when we work out. I couldn’t be more grateful to have him in my life.

    – Mya Jackson, PGC Grad

    Loved how he brought energy to the gym and the great lessons and stories he had in the classroom.

    – Ethan Hagans, Playmaker College Grad

    Micah Mills is Associate Head Coach at Wilmington College. He joined Wilmington after spending three seasons as an assistant at Otterbein University, while obtaining his Master’s degree in Allied Health Sports Science.

    During his playing career at Ohio Valley University in West Virginia, where he earned a Bachelor’s degree in Education, he was a four-year letterman for the Fighting Scots basketball team, three-time captain, and finished his career as the program’s all-time leader in assists and free-throw percentage.

    This was a great week of basketball. Micah is an excellent Director and the entire coaching staff was good. I learned a lot of things I can take back to use.

    – Dory Smith, PGC Observing Coach

    HISTORY

    • Director*, PGC Basketball, 2011-present
    • Associate Head Basketball Coach*, Wilmington College
    • Assistant Coach, Otterbein University
     

    HIGHLIGHTS

    • Four-year letterman for the Fighting Scots basketball team
    • Three-time team captain
    • Program all-time leader in assists
    • Program all-time leader in free-throw percentage

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    What They’re Saying About Micah Mills

    "She came home refreshed to play more not tired or burnt out like a lot of camps. The notes and mental side are huge."
    - Tim Strauser

    "Most excellent! We brought 12 athletes from our one school to this pgc event! 3rd time with PGC and will be more!"
    - Chad Dahlen

    "The amount of content shared and the progressions that they are shared in through film, technique training, guided reps and live is amazing. Great way to teach the game. Thank You"
    - Brian Gentry

    "It was an amazing experience! Micah's spirit and excitement for the game is infectious. He brought it everyday! The players fed off of him and I think he fed off of them."
    - Brad Sleik

    "The best coach/director that I have ever had. Even though the camp is exhausting, you learn so much that is well worth it."
    - Gus Corsetti

    "I read the reviews online and they were all positive so I came in with very high expectations. With that being said, I was blown away. I feel like a different person as well as a coach. Its like I had tunnel vision coaching views that all of a sudden were opened. Unbelievable"
    - Luis Perez

    "There isn't enough time to explain the experience that we all took in this week.. Its impossible to explain the atmosphere that was brought. It was something we will never forget."
    - Ryan Schleppenbach

    "Best vacation for this father to attend with my daughter"
    - Richard Welch

    "Austin Newton had a wonderful experience at his scorers camp. The first night when he checked in with home, he said he was so exhausted that he didn't know how he would make it through three more days. When I picked him up at noon on Friday he said "Somehow I had a lot of energy last night, it was like I was jumping higher, I was quicker and played really well". I have had many experiences in my life at baseball camps and basketball camps and I knew what to expect from a hard week of work. You do get exhausted and want to find a way to relax somehow. The fact is, that as the week goes on you develop friendships and talk about how tired you are and console each other until the fun kicks in and you realize that you are getting better each day. I'm proud of Austin for working through the pain and coming out the other side improved, and he told me how much he learned. He told me what he was doing better even after just three good days. Rooming, eating, sweating, and learning together makes us all better. The benefits from such times last a lifetime and Austin will always have his PGC experience to draw from when things get tough and as I tell him often, "Play hard until the buzzer goes off". My thanks for the directors with their professionalism and dedication to making a positive impact in young peoples lives. Kids learn from that as well!"
    - Andy Newton

    "She said by far the BEST and most UPLIFTING camp she has ever been to! It was a very special week!"
    - Niki Lee