Coach Decker has been the head coach at Harvard since the 2013 season where he has revitalized the program steadily, culminating in an NCAA appearance in 2019. Before coming to Harvard, Coach Decker spent 22 seasons as head coach at Trinity College (Conn.) where he is Trinity’s all-time winningest coach with a record of 529-231 (.696) while winning five conference championships and advancing to nine NCAA Tournament appearances and winning one national title. In 2008, Decker led Trinity to a 45-1 mark en route to the school’s first-ever NCAA Division III National championship. After finishing the regular season undefeated, the Bantams ran their record streak to 44 games, which is the longest winning streak in Division III history. The 0.978 winning percentage set a new NCAA record in any division in any sport. Coach Decker won the ABCA National Coach of the Year in 2008. The MBCA is thrilled to have Coach Decker speak to the association about Team Defense this year.