Goshen High School is excited to announce Mr. Shaun Hill (seated on the left in the above photo with his wife and children) as its new head girls’ basketball coach. Hill has 16 years of basketball coaching experience, 11 of which he was a head coach at some level.  He started at Goshen as an assistant freshmen coach, then moved to Goshen Middle School as the head eighth grade boys’ basketball coach, and worked his way through the boys’ program becoming the head ninth grade coach and eventually the head junior varsity coach.  In 2014, he became the head girls’ basketball coach at Bremen High School for two years before returning to Goshen as an assistant varsity girls’ basketball coach for one year. Hill is employed by Goshen Community Schools as a physical development teacher. His wife, Kelly, and he have four children:  Brynn, Deecon, Kyra, and Taryn.

Shaun is the fourth head coach in Goshen girls’ basketball history.  Dori Keyser was head coach for 13 years, 1974 – 1987, Barb Carbaugh for 16 years, 1987 – 2003, and Lenny Krebs for 14 years, 2003 – 2017.  He graduated from Michigan City High School and earned his Bachelor’s Degree from Tri-State University in 2001.  While at Tri-State, Shaun played four years of varsity basketball and competed for two years on the track and field team.

“Shaun is a perfect fit for our needs at Goshen High School,” said Goshen athletic director Larry Kissinger. “He understands the role of education based athletics as an integral part of the GHS experience.  He relates well to his students and is very knowledgeable in the art of coaching basketball.  We are fortunate to have Shaun as our next girls’ basketball coach.”