Dublin Coffman HS Basketball
6780 Coffman Rd
Dublin, OH 43017-1027
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Coach Collins is in his 14th year at the helm of the Coffman boys basketball program. His previous years have been successful as the Shamrocks have averaged 17 wins per season and have made 9 appearances in the district championship game.

Prior to taking the head coaching position at Coffman, Jamey was the head coach at Ridgedale High School in Marion County. His record was 70-24, including an undefeated season in 2001.

Coach Collins career thus far has been well-decorarted, including the following honors:

  • Coach: Ohio North - South All-Star game
  • Coach: Ohio - Kentucky All-Star game
  • 2010 - 2011 OCC Central Coach of the Year 

Jamey graduated from Bellefontaine High School where he played for his father, OHSBCA hall of fame coach Will Collins. He then graduated from Bowling Green State University with a double major in mathematics and computer science. Jamey teaches math and computer programming at Coffman High School.

Jamey resides in Dublin with wife Danielle and their 2 children.

 

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Erich begins his fifth year with Coffman and returns as head coach of the junior varsity. Erich's previous coaching experiences include:

  • Margaretta (2004-2006)
  • Hilliard Darby (2006-2011)
  • Dublin Jerome (2011-2012)

A native of Avon, Ohio and graduate of Avon High School, Erich played basketball for the Eagles from 1999-2000 where he was named 1st Team All-Conference, 1st Team All-District, and Special Mention All-Ohio.

A graduate of Baldwin-Wallace College, Coach DeChant has a Bachelors in English Language Arts Education. He also has completed graduate work at Bowling Green State University.

Erich and his wife Ashlea reside in Hilliard. Erich teaches Language Arts in Hilliard City Schools

 

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Mike Ensminger begins his fourth year with Coffman, bringing a wealth of athletic and academic accomplishments to the staff. A Cincinnati native, he played his high school basketball at Oak Hills High. Mike then moved on to Miami University, earning a four-year athletic scholarship with the men's basketball team where his on-court success is well documented. In his time there, his honors include:

  • Senior Captain
  • Ranked second all-time in games played at Miami University
  • ESPN Encyclopedia of College Basketball - featured as school’s all-time “fan favorite.
  • Team Voted one of Top 14 Miami University Men's Basketball Players of all-time

Mike's academic honors are just as impressive. They include:

  • Rhodes Scholar Campus Finalist 2000
  • 2001 Anson Mount Scholar Athlete of the Year - honored as top Division I Men’s Basketball student-athlete in the country based on scholastic and athletic accomplishments
  • Time Magazine/The Princeton Review’s “The Best College for You” - featured in Time magazine’s yearly college guide for successfully balancing academics and athletics.

Prior to Coffman, Mike coached at Jones Middle School in Upper Arlington.

Mike holds a Bachelor's degree in Political Science from Miami, and a Juris Doctorate from the George Mason University School of Law. He is currently an associate vice president in legal at L Brands.

He and his wife Jennifer reside in Dublin with their daughter Emi. 

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Scott has been assisting the basketball program since 2005 with adminsitrative tasks such as scheduling, statistics, video and game day logistics.

Scott is in his 12th year at Coffman where he teaches English and Broadcast and video. He previously taught for 2 years at Franklin Heights High School.

A graduate of Grove City High School, Scott earned his Bachelors Degree in education from Bowling Green in 2002. He also holds a Master's in Educational Leadership from the University of Dayton.

Scott's wife Mindy is a teacher at Norton Middle School in South-Western City Schools. They have 2 Children: Sophia (8) and Oscar (4).