Who is Michah Davenport? He’s a graduate of Harrisbrug High School in Harrisburg,PA. Michah helped lead his team to a district championship in 1996. The stretch 4-man then led his team to a district and first ever state title in 1998.
Michah Davenport College
College, Michah attended Sante Fe Community College for one year 1998-99. For that year he led the conference in FG percentage of 69%. After that Michah transfered to Dundalk community college 1999-00 in Baltimore. Michah averaged 19 ppg and 14 rpg, leading his team to regional and national championships in the national Juco conference.Michah earned first team all juco. He also set the tournament record for 28 rebounds in one game. For two years he sat and didn’t go to school or play. But continued to workout with others in the Harrisburg and Baltimore areas while planning his future.
Michah Davenport Millersville University
Michah was recruited by Fred Thompson, head coach at Millersville University. In his first year 2002-2003 Michah earned second team all PSAC. In that year, Michah and Millersville won their conference championship. They then played in the national tournament in the NCAA DII making it all the way to the Elite 8. Michah earned first team regional honors in the tournament. In Michah’s second year at Millersville he averaged 28 ppg and 12 rpg. The super senior earned first team all PSAC conference honors. Michah majored in social work and minored in criminal justice but was unable to complete his degree due to raising a family of 5. Michah is currently set to earn his degree after completing his final semester.
Michah Davenport Professional Career
Michah then played with the Harrisburg Horizon, a semi pro basketball team that played in the Easter Basketball Alliance.
While Michah did not earn his academic degree that has not stopped him from working in the community and building programs to engage with the youth of the Harrisburg community.
Michah formed Driven from Within AAU in 2009. He also formed a mentorship program fro juvenile detainees.