Schuba Steps Down at Traverse City Central, Takes Assistant Job at Davenport
Traverse City Central boys basketball coach Travis Schuba is stepping down from his position to accept the head assistant coaching position with Davenport University’s women’s basketball program.
A 2010 Kalkaska High School graduate and former collegiate basketball player at Madonna University, Schuba took over Central’s program in 2017 and led the Trojans to a 42-21 record over three seasons. Central won a share of a Big North Conference championship in 2019-20 and went 19-3 overall.
“I could not have asked for a better place to start my coaching career and will always feel like a part of the Trojan family,” Schuba said in a statement. “My goal coming into this position was to help mold these student athletes and bring TCC back to being the best team in the north. With the hard work and dedication of the boys and the coaching staff, we achieved that goal. Now, I have made the incredibly difficult decision to step down as TCC head coach in order to pursue my dream of being a college coach.”
Schuba’s position has been posted and a search to find Schuba’s replacement will be conducted.
“While we hate to lose a great coach, we are grateful for his impact on Trojan athletics and his team, and we are incredibly proud to have been a part of his professional progression as he takes on a collegiate level position,” Traverse City Central athletic director Zac Stevenson said in a release. “Coach Schuba’s imprint on our boys’ basketball program will continue long into the future.”