Chris Millette - Courting Victory




Above: Photo by PT Sullivan A native of Hampton, Chris Millette went on to Boston College and Tufts University, and then went into coaching college basketball. When he was hired as head coach of the Endicott College team in 2005 he was 28 and one of the youngest head coaches in the country. This didn’t stop him from leading the Endicott Gulls to a 19-10 record and their third straight CCC Conference championship. The next year they made it to the semi-finals. Not too shabby. The new season is just getting started, but he’s confident of another run at the championship. Meanwhile, he’s recruiting players out of New Hampshire (one from Dover shows particular promise, he says) and he’ll be speaking at the N.H. High School Coaches Clinic at Exeter High in November.
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