Associate Head Coach Mik Divilbiss stresses the importance of defense with the players at Green Bay
Mike Divilbiss
Position: Assistant Coach
Alma Mater: Winona State
Experience: 1 Year
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Defensive-minded Mike Divilbiss is in his fourth season with the Green Bay women's basketball team and second as Associate Head Coach to Matt Bollant. His responsibilities with the Phoenix include scouting, on-floor coaching, defensive strategies and assisting with guards.

Divilbiss arrived in Green Bay for the 2007-08 season following a successful career as a collegiate head women's basketball coach both at the Division I and NAIA levels that spanned 21 seasons. In those 21 seasons, Divilbiss had only two teams that failed to achieve double-digit wins in a season. His teams have reached or surpassed the 20-win mark 12 times.

Divilbiss spent seven seasons as the head coach at the University of Idaho. During that time, he posted an 82-119 record, where he guided the Vandals to back-to-back Big West Conference title games in 2004 and 2005. Along the way, Divilbiss was the 2004 Big West Coach of the Year after leading Idaho to a 22-7 record overall and a 13-5 mark in Big West play.

While at Idaho, Divilbiss recruited and coached the nation's leading scorer in 2004, the program's only Wooden Award finalist in 2004 and 2005, and mentored the school's only Nancy Lieberman Award finalist in 2006.

The Vandals succeeded both on and off the court under Divilbiss' watch, as Idaho tallied 15 all-conference accolades and 18 academic all-conference honors.

Divilbiss also served as the head coach at Lewis-Clark State College for 14 seasons, where he boasted a 310-122 mark and guided the Lady Warriors to six NAIA National Tournament appearances.

During the 2000-01 campaign, LCSC registered a program-record 33 victories and advanced to the NAIA Final Four. That effort immediately followed a 28-2 season in 1999-2000, which culminated with an NAIA Elite Eight finish.

For his 21-year head coaching career, Divilbiss tallied a 392-241 record for a .619 winning percentage.

A 1981 graduate of Winona State, Divilbiss played basketball for the Warriors while he completed his undergraduate degree in physical education in 1981. He also received a master's degree in physical education from Eastern Washington University in 1987.

Divilbiss, 52, and his wife, Judy, reside in De Pere. They have two children: Zachary, who is a senior at the University of Montana, and Chantel, who is a junior on the basketball team at Northwest University. Chantel was a member of the 2011 National Championship team at North Idaho College in Couer D'alene.

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