Michael Seney has taken a rising program and catapulted it to new heights. In his two years at the helm, the Fighting Owls reached the NJCAA National Tournament for the first time in school history, won a pair of NJCAA Region XX Championships and the programs first two MD JUCO Tournament Championships.
Seney garnered MD JUCO Co-Coach of the Year honors as well as NJCAA District (C) Coach of The Year honors after leading the 2015-16 Fighting Owls to an undefeated conference record while winning the dozen games by a 49.2 points per game average. Since taking over the Harford womens basketball program, Seney has guided his team to a perfect 32-0 record against teams in the conference.
Seney mentored a pair of MD JUCO First-Team All-Conference performers in Mia Fitts and Daisa Harris in 2015-16. Harris leads the nation in assists (8.0 apg) and ranks fifth with 4.2 steals per game. Overall on the season, the Fighting Owls lead the nation in scoring (95.1), rebounding (53.3), assists (21.6) and steals (17.0).
In 2014-15, Seney took over a deep and talented roster that he helped recruit and guided the Fighting Owls to their first MD JUCO Tournament Championship and second-straight NJCAA Division I Region XX Championship. Harford finished the season with a then school-record 26 wins, and Seney was at the helm of the team during a 21-2 finish to the best season in program history.