Mike Code (234-103) begins his thirteenth season as the head coach of the Brossart Mustangs,
bringing a near twenty game wins average into the 2016-17 season.  His teams have won three
district tournaments and the 10th Region All "A" Classic ten times.  Mike has been named the 10th
Region Class "A" Coach of the Year in ten of his twelve seasons as our head coach, and was the
overall 10th Region Coach of the Year as well, in 2013.  He has been named the 10th Region
KABC Coach of the Year and honored at Rupp Arena in 20017 and 2016.
In Coach Code's twelve years we have not experienced a losing season.  His 2006-07 Mustangs
tied a school record for most wins in a season with 28, and set a new school record for best win
percentage in a season (28-5) at 84.8%.  The 2007 Mustangs won the 10th Region All "A"
Classic, and the 2007 All "A" State Championship.  They were also NKAC Division II Undefeated
Champions and 37th District Champions.  Coach Code was named the 10th Region Class "A"
Coach of the Year for the third time, the KABC 10th Region Coach of the Year, and the NKCA
Division II Coach of the Year.
Mike Code grew up in Walton where he played for the Walton-Verona Bearcats and was a
member of their "Do You Believe In Miracles??" 1986 Regional Runner-Up team.  He began his
coaching career at Tichenor Middle School back in 1990-91 and became Freshmen Boys Coach at
Erlanger Lloyd the following year.  In four years he posted a 70-23 record with the freshmen
Juggernauts.
Mike Code was at Highlands from 1995 through 2002, first compiling a 40-2 record as freshmen
coach in two seasons before joining Coach John Messmer's staff where the Bluebirds won three
consecutive 9th Region Championships in 1997, 1998, and 1999.  He and former Mustang head
coach Willie Schlarman both served as assistants on the 1997 team which played in the "Sweet
Sixteen" Championship Game at Rupp Arena where they were State Runners-up to Louisville
Eastern.   
In 2000 Coach Mike Code had the privlege of serving as an assistant on the Kentucky All-Stars
Coaching Staff.    
Mike Code comes from a basketball background.  His dad, Bill Code is a member of the
Northern Kentucky Hall of Fame amassing 421 career varsity wins during his career, which is
fifth best in Northern Kentucky History.  The senior Coach Code coached for much of his career
at St. Henry and Erlanger Lloyd.

Coach Mike Code is joined on the Mustang staff by his brother Scott, who  serves as the
Mustangs' top varsity assistant.  He is back on staff for a second go-round after serving with the
Mustangs from 2004 through 2007 when we won the All "A" State Championship, before taking
a four year hiatus to become the head coach at Campbell County and assistant at Thomas More
College.

Brossart grads Nathan Mutsch and Matt Lloyd team up to coach our Freshmen Mustangs.  Both
are in their first year with "Team Code."  They succeed Coach Mike Schack who served for
twelve seasons as our freshmen coach.

Mike is married to the former Kimberly Clayton and the couple still reside in Walton where they are raising their two young sons
Matthew and Andrew.  He earned a bachelor of arts degree with a major in physical education from Northern Kentucky
University in 1994 and completed his master's degree in 1998.

His varsity players publicly refer to Coach Code as "Awesome."

We agree.
Head Coach
Mike Code
Did You Know That Coach Mike Code's Is The Longest Tenured Head Coach In The
History of Brossart Basketball and His Win Percentage of
69.4% (234-103) Is Tops Among All Former Mustang Head Coaches
Mike Code
Is The
"Dean of 10th Region
Coaches"
Having served as head
coach longer than any other
head coach in the Region.