Mike Hutcheon has been a college coach for a number of years.
He was a graduate assistant at Kansas State University (1987-1988) and Mississippi State University (1988-1989). Hutcheon was an assistant coach at Manatee College from 1991-1993. He was head coach at Belhaven College from 1995-1999, going 109-62.
He coached Bethel College to a 130-78 record from 2000-2003. He then moved to the United States Air Force Academy, where he was 51-208 in his first six years. In 2008, his team led the country in triples per game. He also helped develop Karl Bolt, a 15th-round draftee, a very high pick for an Air Force Academy player. He left the Air Force Academy in 2010. In 2014, he joined Colorado Christian University as head coach.
Source: Air Force bio