Micah Shrewsberry

Micah Shrewsberry (born July 31, 1976)

Current position: Head men’s basketball coach
Current team: Notre Dame Fighting Irish
Current conference: Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC)
IU South Bend record^: 15-48 (.238)
Penn State record: 37-31 (.544)
Notre Dame record: 13-20 (.394)
Overall record^: 65-99 (.396)

Career Accomplishments:

Coaching Career (head coach, unless noted):

2023-present Notre Dame
2021-2023 Penn State
2019-2021 Purdue (assoc. HC)
2013-2019 Boston Celtics (asst)
2011-2013 Purdue (asst)
2008-2011 Butler (asst)
2007-2008 Butler (CBO)
2005-2007 IU South Bend
2003-2005 Marshall (DBO)
2001-2003 DePauw (asst)
2000-2001 Wabash (asst)
1999-2000 Indianapolis (grad. asst)

Micah Shrewsberry Facts

  • Micah Shrewsberry
  • Born July 31, 1976
  • Hometown: Indianapolis, Indiana
  • Alma Mater: Hanover College (BA, 1999) / Indiana State University (MA, 2003)
  • Graduated from Cathedral HS in Indianapolis and then played at D-III Hanover (IN), where he was a three-year starter and captain
  • Began his coaching career with one year each at D-II Indianapolis (under Todd Sturgeon) and D-III Wabash (under Malcolm Petty)
  • Was an assistant for two seasons at D-III DePauw (IN) under Bill Fenlon and two year’s as Ron Jirsa‘s DBO at Marshall
  • Hired in 2005 (at age 25) to be the head coach at NAIA IU South Bend, going just 15-48 in two years at the helm
  • Joined Brad Stevens‘ staff at Butler in 2007, spending one year as CBO and then three more as a full-time assistant coach
  • Left Butler in 2011 to work at Purdue, spending the next two seasons as an assistant to Matt Painter
  • Reunited with Stevens in 2013, joining his first staff with the Boston Celtics of the NBA, just his second job outside of his home state
    • Part of the Celtics organization from 2013-19, during which time the team went to the Eastern Conference Finals twice
  • Headed back to West Lafayette in 2019, this time to be Painter‘s associate head coach for two more seasons
  • In March 2021, he was hired to be the next head coach of the Penn State Nittany Lions
    • After going 14-17 in year one, Shrewsberry’s second team won 23 games, reached the Big Ten Tournament final and earned an at-large NCAA Tournament bid (the program’s first since 2011)
  • Shrewsberry returned to his home state in March 2023, becoming the new head coach at Notre Dame
  • Along with his wife, Molly, has four children

Micah Shrewsberry Coaching Tree


^ overall record includes head coaching positions at both the NCAA Division I and NAIA levels