Micah Lancaster, a 2006 Spring Arbor University graduate and former Cougar basketball star continues to shine with a basketball. After a stint as the lead trainer of Gannon Baker Basketball Lancaster recently founded I'm Possible Training. Lancaster works as a NBA skills coach and an international camp clinician as well as a motivational speaker. An innovator in basketball training tools and techniques Micah has established himself as one of the premiere trainers in the world.
I'm Possible Training is a National Basketball Training Academy with sites in North Carolina, Minnesota, Los Angeles, New Jersey, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, and Phoenix. New York is being discussed with the plan to have an academy in all 50 states.
Micah travels around the country and the world hosting basketball camps and clinics for players and coaches. Most recently Lancaster trained Dwayne Wade and Mario Chalmers of the Miami Heat. He has also directed several NBA player camps.
In 2010 Micah was hired by Nike to run an event with Los Angeles Lakers superstar Kobe Bryant for the London School of Basketball.
"I'm not surprised by Micah's success," commented SAU head coach Ryan Cottingham. "He was so passionate about basketball and one of the most driven young men I've ever coached. What he was able to do with a basketball as a player was extraordinary, and what he's doing now is unbelievable."
Lancaster, a 5'9 guard from Comstock Park, MI completed his playing career at SAU as the school's all-time leader in assists with 751 and second on the scoring list with 2,393 points. Micah was a two-time NAIA All-American Honorable Mention Selection and a two-time First Team NCCAA All-American. He guided the Cougars to back-to-back NCCAA national championships in 2005 and 2006.
Micah and his wife Kristen reside in North Carolina with their two boys, Braden (3) and Liam (6 months).
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