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Jon Tropf
Interim Head Coach- 1st Season

Jon Tropf enters his first season as the Maple Leafs' interim head coach in 2017-18. He served as an assistant coach under head coach Neal Young for three seasons before that, earning a promotion to associate head coach in the summer of 2016.

A native of Wichita Falls, Texas, raised in Findlay, Ohio, Tropf also serves as coordinator of the Roman Gingerich Recreation-Fitness Center on the GC campus and was previously a graduate manager for NCAA Division I institution Oakland University from 2012-14. 

While an undergraduate at Eastern Michigan University, Tropf spent four years as a men's basketball manager, including three as the head manager. In 2011-12, he was part of an Eagles program that won the western division of the Mid-American Conference for the first time in school history. His duties included day-to-day operations, opponent scouting reports, summer camps, team travel, and meal planning.

As a player at Van Buren High School in Ohio, Tropf reached the quarterfinals of consecutive state basketball tournaments in 2007 and 2008. He has also spent summers as an AAU coach of seventh- and ninth-graders for the Western Washtenaw Basketball Association (2010-11) and running summer camps for inner-city boys through Team Focus USA (2011-12).

Tropf graduated summa cum laude from Eastern Michigan with a B.A. in history and received an M.A. in history at Oakland, where he was active in Fellowship of Christian Athletes. He enjoys golf, record collecting, and (painfully) watching the Browns and Indians.

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Assistant Coach- 1st Season
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Assistant Coach- 1st Season
Mike Daniels
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