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Background Information

Employment History

Coach


Head Basketball Coach

Northwest Nazarene University


Coach

NNU


Assistant

University of the Pacific


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Campus News

www.nazu.org [cached]

Mike Terpstra resigns effective end of academic year5-4-05 Men's BasketballNampa - Mike Terpstra, men's basketball coach at Northwest Nazarene University, announced his resignation today effective July 31, 2005.Coach Terpstra will continue to work with the program until the end of this academic year.Coach Terpstra will return to California where his family has resided for the past two years."Working at NNU has been a wonderful opportunity the last two years.Having the privilege of coaching at my alma mater has been very exciting and a challenging experience," said Terpstra."I thoroughly enjoyed my team this year and I am extremely proud of their accomplishments on and off the floor.I am going miss my team and my colleagues at NNU tremendously.""NNU offered me a fair contract, but with my oldest daughter Andrea starting high school and my youngest daughter Michelle starting middle school at Ripon Christian, we feel it is important to remain in California at this time," added Terpstra.Dr. Richard Hagood, president of the university, commented, "I will always be grateful to Mike Terpstra for returning to his alma mater to help move our men's basketball program to a competitive Division II level.""Now, we wish Mike and his family the best as he returns to California and spends the kind of quality time with his family that both they and he deserve.""Mike's team this year really came on strong towards the end of the season.Mike helped the team adapt to some tough circumstances too, because of last year's departure of Ed Weidenbach," said Vice- President Dr. Eric Forseth.On our campus, Mike did a good job with such initiatives as the faculty honorary coach program.Mike brought NNU's basketball program to a new competitive level.""Mike did a great job in some very difficult circumstances.Mike's team was arguably the hottest team in the West during the last month of the season with victories over the regions best teams.His team was edged out of the regional tournament by the smallest of margins."Coach Terpstra will continue with the program through the end of July working on recruiting, fundraising and summer camps.


Official Site of the Great Northwest Athletic Conference

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"Wade will be a solid four-man for us at NNU," stated NNU coach Mike Terpstra."Travis is a well rounded basketball player who will play the wing for us," Terpstra commented."Both Raymond and Ahnel are quality young men and very good basketball players," stated NNU's coach Mike Terpstra.


CSU Stanislaus Loses Reverse Discrimination Suit

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Mike Terpstra, who is white, argued that the university let his contract expire after the 2002-03 season because it wanted to replace him with a black coach.Jurors deliberated for two and a half hours before arriving at a 10-2 decision in Terpstra's favor.Because it was a civil trial, a unanimous jury verdict was not required.The jury awarded Terpstra $40,000 for past economic loss, $300,000 for future economic loss and $200,000 for pain and suffering.Terpstra, who led the team to its best season in a decade before being let go, said he felt vindicated by the jury's award.Terpstra coached at Ripon Christian High School and Modesto Junior College before taking the coaching position at CSU Stanislaus.He is now is the head basketball coach at Northwest Nazarene University in Nampa, Idaho.


Columbia Bible College // Athletics News Archive

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Leading 73-33, NNU coach Mike Terpstra was allowed to play deep into his bench for the remainder of the night.


JCbasketballhoops.com Coach Joao "John" da Costa

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Mike Terpstra, NBA Delvelpment League Director
Coach JC at Practice with the Sacramento Kings


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