Doug Brotherton

Doug Brotherton

The Village School

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About this Speaker

Doug Brotherton is entering his 15th year of coaching basketball, and his 7th year at the helm of The Village School girls varsity basketball program. Coach Brotherton is also very involved at all levels of basketball. He is a NBA Regional Scout for the Chicago Bulls. He is a content contributor, and Director of Content for FastModel Sports. He is the Director of HoopGrind Basketball. Coach Brotherton was elected as the Texas Association of Basketball Coaches Large Private School Board Member. This past year, Coach Brotherton developed all of the drills and coaches packets for Jay Bilas Basketball Camps. Coach Brotherton's coaching career started at Shepherd High School, where he became the youngest varsity coach in the State of Michigan, before leading the program to the first playoff win in 31 years. After four successful years of coaching at Shepherd High School, Coach Brotherton accepted the Head Coaching position at Mid Michigan Community College. At MMCC, Coach Brotherton built the Men's basketball program. In two short seasons, the Lakers were already ranked as the #2 junior college men's basketball team in the state of Michigan. Coach Brotherton's next job was at The Village School. In his first five years, the Lady Vikings have never had a varsity player academically ineligible, including eight Academic All-State players in the past two years. The varsity team has also increased their win total in each of his five years. Last season, the Lady Vikings finished 27-6, were ranked in the Top 10 for all private schools in the state of Texas, and advanced to the State Quarterfinals for the second year in a row. Coach Brotherton is married to Megan Brotherton (Kindergarten teacher at The Village School), and has two daughters (Madison - 3, Peyton - 1).

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