A coach will impact more people in one year than the average person will in an entire lifetime.
— Billy Graham
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Lee Shannon

Coach Shannon is the original founder of the Banshees. He saw great success in the formational years of the club which allowed him to create an organization that includes teams from grades 3-11. His leadership has elevated kids to reach their dreams at the D1, D2, NAIA, and JUCO level. Lee is the former Training Director at Arkansas Athletes Outreach where he developed their entire training program from the ground up. He has trained thousands of athletes and is regarded as an elite player development coach by Division 1 coaches across the country.

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Micah Marsh

In 2013-14 Marsh coached his Episcopal Collegiate team to a record of 29-3 and won the state championship. 2011-2012 was Coach Marsh’s first year at Episcopal Collegiate School in Little Rock, Arkansas.  His team finished the year as Conference 3A-5 Champs, Region 2 Champs, and made it to the Elite Eight in the state tournament. 2012-2013 was Marsh's 2nd year at Episcopal, the team finished 31-4 and made an appearance in the state championship for the first time in school history.

The previous nine years, Marsh was the Head Coach at Alcoa High School in east Tennessee.  While at Alcoa, Marsh took the tornadoes to one final four, two elite eights, and four sweet sixteens.  He was named the East TN Coach of the Year in 2004.

Before high school coaching, Marsh was an assistant coach at Arkansas State University from 2000-2002.  He also served as a graduate assistant for ASU from 1998-1999.

Marsh played college ball at Arkansas State University from 1994-1998. As a four-year starter he finished his career as the all-time leading 3pt shooter and finished in the top ten in scoring, assists, steals, and free throw percentage. He was a member of the Sun Belt All-Conference Team his senior year. He was also elected in the ASU hall of honor in 2007.