Garrett Callahan - Garrett graduated from Seneca High School in 2006 where he was a multiple star student-athlete, garnishing multiple All-State, All-Area, All-Tournament, and All-Conference Awards, to go along with his Wendy's High School Heisman Finalist Award in 2006. He started all 4 years in High School and ended up as the All-Time Leader in Points & Assists. Over 4 years, the Fighting Irish combined to go 111-12, with a streak of 65 wins in a row. That streak helped them go 33-1 taking 3rd Place in 2005 and 35-0 taking 1st Place in 2006. In 2012, his high school number, #33, was retired at Seneca High School, making it only the 4th number retired at the school. The 2006 team was a 1st ballot Illinois High School Basketball Hall of Fame nominee.
Garrett was a 4 year starter at Division I South Dakota State University where he graduated ranked 6th All-Time in Scoring and 10th All-Time in Assists.
Coach Callahan has also coached at various levels including junior high, high school, and college, along with working with high level college athletes year round.
He currently resides in Sioux Falls, SD with his wife Beth and two daughters, Kinley and Raelyn.
Coach Callahan can be reached at [email protected]
Jeremy Winters - Winters begins his sixth season as a Trojan men's assistant coach. Jeremy will be involved in all areas of coaching for the Trojans. He will be active in recruiting, game planning, fundraising, and scouting, as well as being in charge of post player development and strength and conditioning. Winters is the Assistant Director for the NIACC team camp and shoot out and will graduate in December 2016 with his Master's degree in Higher Education from Iowa State University. In 2011, he graduated from Waldorf College with a Bachelor's Degree in Wellness with an emphasis in strength and conditioning. His college career began at Iowa Lakes Community College where he received 1st team Academic All-Region Honors. He continued his collegiate career at Waldorf in the 2009-2010 season and received All-Conference Honorable Mention. In the 2010-11 season, he was a student assistant at Waldorf College for both the varsity and junior varsity programs.
Winters attended high school at MFL-MarMac in Monona, Iowa, where he received a 1st team All-Conference.
Winters serves as NIACC’s Head Resident for the student housing. He supervises the dorms and all resident assistants. He also coordinates all intramural sports/activities for the campus, coordinates volunteering services for students in the area. He is also a co-student senate advisor and co-student activities.
Winters has also coached AAU for the Iowa Ambush Basketball Academy and is currently the area director for the Academy.
Coach Winters lives in Mason City with his wife Emily.
Winters can be reached at [email protected] or his office at 641-422-4982