Chad Seibert

Chad Seibert is a Men’s Basketball assistant at Division III Eastern Mennonite University under Head Coach Kirby Dean. Seibert joined EMU in 2015 after 8 successful seasons at the high school level. He served as an assistant coach at Boulder High School in Colorado and as Head Coach at Turner Ashby in Virginia. He started 2 successful AAU feeder programs, the Boulder Blaze and Virginia Alliance. He also coached travel teams with three of the premier organizations in the country, the Colorado Chaos, East Coast Fusion, and Big Shots Elite. Seibert’s combined High School and AAU coaching record is 416-179. This includes a State championship runner-up in Colorado, a Regional appearance in Virginia, and multiple titles at the 16U-17U level in AAU tournaments across the country. Seibert’s teams are recognized for their emphasis on skill development and pure shooting, as well as pressure man-to-man defense. In Colorado, Boulder High School was known for their up-tempo style and accurate shooting, producing Mr. Basketball in 2010-11. Seibert relocated to Virginia in 2011 and took over at Turner Ashby in Bridgewater. At Turner Ashby, Seibert inherited a program with 5 consecutive losing seasons and immediately made an impact by changing the culture and installing a youth feeder system down to the 3rd grade level. Seibert’s team broke the school’s 3 point record in 2013-14, and again in 2014-15. The Knights produced two All-Region point guards, an All-Region Shooting Guard, as well as 3 All-Conference players in his four seasons. In 2012-13 and 2013-14, Seibert’s Turner Ashby squads produced back-to-back winning seasons for the first time in over a decade at the school. Chad has a Master’s Degree in Teacher's Education from Drexel University in Philadelphia and will soon complete his second Master’s in Physical Education from Asuza Pacific University.

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