Michelle Stine brings an impressive resume of leadership and coaching experiences on the scholastic and collegiate level. Stine graduated from Central Mountain High School in 2001, where she was a four-year member of the varsity basketball and soccer teams. She then went on to play basketball on the Lycoming College women's basketball team from 2001-2005. While at Lycoming, due to an injury that prematurely ended her college career, Stine served as a student-assistant coach.
Upon graduation, Stine returned to Central Mountain as an assistant coach for both the middle school and high school girls' teams for two seasons. She was then named the Head Freshman Coach for Central Mountain in 2007.
Following the 2008 season, Stine was named Assistant Director of Intramurals and Academic Support at Immaculata University. She served in this role for two years before being named Assistant Athletic Director. Her primary duties were academic support for student-athletes and NCAA Compliance. During her time at Immaculata, Stine also served as an Assistant Women's Basketball Coach for two seasons.
Stine has spent the last three seasons as an assistant coach for the Central Dauphin Freshmen team as well as an assistant in the Central PA Elite AAU Basketball organization. Stine is currently a math teacher at The Nativity School of Harrisburg, which is a nonprofit preparatory middle school for underprivileged boys in Harrisburg.