Mike LeDuc

Coach


A Ramona High School graduate, Mike LeDuc has spent 43 seasons as a varsity head basketball coach at Glendora and Damien High Schools.

Mike LeDuc
  • Biography

    A Ramona High School graduate, Mike LeDuc has spent 43 seasons as a varsity head basketball coach at Glendora and Damien High Schools.  Throughout his career, he has taken the foundation of the principals that he learned from his coaches, Doug Stockham at Ramona and then Bill Mulligan at Riverside Community College, to become the second winningest boys basketball coach the history of the state of California. Focusing on fundamentals, playing smart and striving to play the right way, Mike has earned 1043 career wins-second in the state of California only to Mater Dei’s Gary McKnight.

    LeDuc started his varsity basketball coaching career at Damien High in LaVerne and was there 7 years before moving onto Glendora High where he spent 28 years. While at Glendora, Mike’s teams won 15 league championships; four CIF Championships and won a Southern California Regional Championship and made an appearance in a state championship game. In 2015, he returned to Damien and in 2022, led the Spartans to the California State Championship. In doing so. Coach LeDuc earned Cal-Hi Sports California State Coach of the Year Honors.  He also helped to develop future NBA players-Tracy Murray, Cameron Murray and Casey Jacobson along with close to 60 college players.

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