Dr. Mickey Kerr
School of Exercise and Sport Science
Mickey Kerr has been associated with the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor in various capacities. He attended UMHB as a student and played baseball for the Crusaders from 1976-1980. Upon receiving his BBA in Management from UMHB in 1980, he began working for the University as an assistant baseball coach, residence hall director, and admissions counselor. In the fall of 1981, Mickey was named head baseball coach for UMHB and remained in that position, along with continuing to serve as residence hall director and admissions counselor, for two years. For the next 10 years, he coached and taught in the public interscholastic system, was an intercollegiate head baseball coach/athletic director, and was a wellness coordinator for a public utility company. In 1994, Mickey returned to UMHB as an assistant baseball coach and was later named head baseball coach late in the fall of 1996. In 2001 he became a full-time member of the faculty as an Instructor in the School of Exercise and Sport Science and earned his Doctorate in Sport Management in 2002. Mickey holds the rank of Professor and primarily teaches Sport Management courses. Mickey's wife, Dee, is employed as a financial advisor in the wealth management industry. She holds the Certified Financial Planner (CFP) designation, as well as the CLU, ChFC, and LUTCF professional insurance designations. Mickey's daughter, Courtney, is a middle school teacher, girls athletic coordinator, and coach. Courtney graduated from UMHB in 2005 and is married to college baseball coach, Kyle Kilgo. Mickey's son, Mickey Jr., is a Certified Public Accountant (CPA) and Enrolled Agent (EA) and is employed as a Sr. Tax Advisor. Mickey Jr. graduated from UMHB in 2007.