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Michael L. Vite

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Apprentice School

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Apprentice School

4101 Washington Ave

Newport News, Virginia,23607

United States

Company Description

The organization provides a vehicle for organizing and directing the efforts of; alumni of the school, employees of Newport News Shipbuilding, and anyone who wishes to lend personal support to strengthen Apprentice School athletics. Objectives of the organiz... more

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Football Staff -- Defensive Coordinator

MSU


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Texas Southern | TSPNsports.com

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Houston -The Texas Southern Tigers football program welcomed Michael Vite to its coaching staff.
Vite is the Tigers' new defensive coordinator. He spent the last four years as head coach at the Apprentice School in Newport News, Va., a Division III program. Vite has extensive experience as a defensive coordinator at all levels of college [...]


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Michael Vite
Head Coach 757-688-9454 michael.l.vite@hii-nns.com


Michael Vite:

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Michael Vite
Head Coach michael.l.vite@hii-nns.com 757-688-9454 Heading into his fourth season as Head Football Coach at The Apprentice School, Michael Vite is looking to lead the Builders through a strong schedule with seven NCAA Division III opponents, one U.S. Collegiate Athletic Association rival, one NAIA member and the first NCAA Division I-AA member to appear on a schedule in the modern era. Vite joined the Builders after spending two seasons as assistant head coach and defensive coordinator at Guilford College in Greensboro, N.C. In his first season at Guilford, the defense reduced its points and yards allowed per game by nearly 20 percent from 2005. In 2007, after losing several key performers to injuries at the start of the year, his defense was in the top two in the Old Dominion Athletic Conference in the second half of the season. His first season as head coach saw the Builder's defense improve by allowing 15 fewer yards per game against a schedule that saw three nationally-ranked opponents. In 2010, the Builders defense set school marks for tackles for loss, fumble recoveries and tied the mark for blocked kicks. Vite spent the 2005 season at Morgan State University as the defensive coordinator where two of his players were honored on the second team All- Mid Eastern Athletic Conference squad. He held the same role at Bacone College in Oklahoma for the 2004 season where his Warriors ranked 9th in the NAIA in rushing defense and 30th in total defense. From 2001-03, Vite was the defensive coordinator at Murray State University and helped the Racers to the 2002 Ohio Valley Conference title and a NCAA Division I-AA playoff berth. His defensive unit at Murray State in 2003 was ranked first in pass defense in the OVC, fourth in Division I-AA and in total defense the Racers were ranked 35th nationally. Prior to that he served the 2000 season at Southern Illinois University as the defensive coordinator where his unit was ranked first in the conference and tenth in Division I-AA after being last in 1999. He served for six seasons prior to Southern Illinois at Southern University in Louisiana. While at Southern the Jaguars won four Southwest Athletic Conference titles and were twice named Black College National Champions (1995,1997). His defensive units were ranked in the top 10 in Division I-AA in all six of his years at Southern. He also coached at Wake Forest University for three seasons working with the secondary and the punt return team. While at Wake, the Deacons won the 1992 Independence Bowl and his punt return team was ranked in the top 20 nationally all three seasons. A 1981 Hillsdale College graduate, Vite earned his bachelor's degree in health and physical education and minored in history. The native of Elkhart, IN. won three football letters as a running back and won the 1980 Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference as a senior. He started coaching at his alma mater in 1981 where Hillsdale advanced to the NAIA semifinals. Vite and his wife, Sandy, have two children, Jennie, 14, and Michael, 16. Vite and his wife, Sandy, have two children, Jennie, 14, and Michael, 16.


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Michael Vite
Head Coach michael.l.vite@ngc.com 757-688-9454 Entering his second season as Head Football Coach at The Apprentice School, Michael Vite is ready to help lead the Builders back to the heights of earlier this decade with winning seasons and stellar defense. Vite joins the Builders after spending two seasons as assistant head coach and defensive coordinator at Guilford College in Greensboro, N.C. In his first season at Guilford, the defense reduced its points and yards allowed per game by nearly 20 percent from 2005. In 2007, after losing several key performers to injuries at the start of the year, his defense was in the top two in the Old Dominion Athletic Conference in the second half of the season. His first season as head coach saw the defense of Builders improve by allowing 15 fewer yards per game against a schedule that saw three nationally-ranked opponents. "I just want to thank The Apprentice School and in particular Phil Janaro and Keisha Pexton for the opportunity they're giving me and my family to reach a goal of mine," said Vite. "I'm looking forward to working with these young men and continuing the foundation Coach Janaro has planted here." "I would also like to thank my wife and immediate family for backing me throughout the years to help me reach a dream of mine," he added. "Michael Vite has a strong reputation in the coaching business as a solid coach, an energetic recruiter and a quality human being," said Janaro. "He is well known for caring about his players and getting the most out of them." Vite spent the 2005 season at Morgan State University as the defensive coordinator where two of his players were honored on the second team All-Mid Eastern Athletic Conference squad. He held the same role at Bacone College in Oklahoma for the 2004 season where his Warriors ranked 9 th in the NAIA in rushing defense and 30 th in total defense. From 2001-03, Vite was the defensive coordinator at Murray State University and helped the Racers to the 2002 Ohio Valley Conference title and a NCAA Division I-AA playoff berth. His defensive unit at Murray State in 2003 was ranked first in pass defense in the OVC, fourth in Division I-AA and in total defense the Racers were ranked 35 th nationally. Prior to that he served the 2000 season at Southern Illinois University as the defensive coordinator where his unit was ranked first in the conference and tenth in Division I-AA after being last in 1999. He served for six seasons prior to Southern Illinois at Southern University in Louisiana. While at Southern the Jaguars won four Southwest Athletic Conference titles and were twice named Black College National Champions (1995,1997). His defensive units were ranked in the top 10 in Division I-AA in all six of his years at Southern. He also coached at Wake Forest University for three seasons working with the secondary and the punt return team. While at Wake, the Deacons won the 1992 Independence Bowl and his punt return team was ranked in the top 20 nationally all three seasons. A 1981 Hillsdale College graduate, Vite earned his bachelor's degree in health and physical education and minored in history. The native of Elkhart, In. won three football letters as a running back and won the 1980 Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference as a senior. He started coaching at his alma mater in 1981 where Hillsdale advanced to the NAIA semifinals. Vite and his wife, Sandy, have two children, Jennie, 11, and Michael, 13. Vite and his wife, Sandy, have two children, Jennie, 11, and Michael, 13. This native of Tulsa, Ok., played for Coach Vite as a senior at Bacone College in 2003. He graduated from the school in 2004 with a degree in Business with a Health and Physical Education minor. Wilson was an All-conference, leading tackler on the team for Vite at Bacone College.


TSPNsports | TSPNsports.com

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Houston -The Texas Southern Tigers football program welcomed Michael Vite to its coaching staff.
Vite is the Tigers' new defensive coordinator. He spent the last four years as head coach at the Apprentice School in Newport News, Va., a Division III program. Vite has extensive experience as a defensive coordinator at all levels of college [...]


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