Records, Accolades and More

10th Region All "A" Championships
Seasons with
20+ wins
NKAC Division II & III Champions
37th & 38th District Championships
Mike Code

Mike Code

Former Head Coach

Mike Code coached more games than any previous head coach with 456. On February 17, 2020 he won his 300th varsity game as our head coach.   Mike turned over the reins of the Boys Basketball program after serving for two years here as an assistant under Willie Schlarman, and sixteen years as our head coach. 

Willie Schlarman

Willie Schlarman

Former Head Coach

Willie Schlarman was 10th Region Coach of the Year in 2000 and 10th Region Class “A” Coach of the Year in 2001, 2003, and 2004. He is the second winningest coach in the history of our program with a record of 141-76. He was elected to the 10th Region Hall of Fame on March 19th, 2013.

Career Leading Scorers By PPG Average

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The Saint Mary Mustangs won their very first game ever on February 5, 1956, defeating St. Patrick 62-56.

Trailing 24-22 at the half the Mustangs would outscore the then “Paddies” 40-32 in the second half to win the game and break a 26 game losing streak.

The game was played at Dale Elementary School in Highland Heights.

In 1968-69 the Brossart Mustangs notched their first twenty game winning season. The Team Was Known as The “S-Powers.” The starters were Bob Simon, Ken Sheanshang, Melvin Steffen, Greg Schwegmann, and Leo Schulkers

Prior to 2016-17, when the roster came up young, the Brossart Mustangs went 23 years without a losing season.

Coach Mike Code served fifteen year as the head coach of the Brossart Mustangs. His Win-Loss Percentage of 66.4% is best among all Brossart coaches. He has been named the 10th Region Class “A” Coach of the Year in 12 of his 15 seasons, the KABC 10th Region Coach of the Year in 2007, 2016, and 2020, the NKBBCA Division II Coach of the Year in 2007 as well as The Post and The Enquirer Coach of the Year In 2007.

In 2013 he was named THE 10th Region Coach of the Year. Prior to taking over as Mustangs head coach in 2004 he had served two seasons as varsity assistant to Willie Schlarman.

Mike Code has now coached more games than any previous head coach with 456. On February 17, 2020 he won his 300th varsity game as our head coach. Mike Code – 456, Willie Schlarman – 217,  Tom Seither – 204,  Don Fangman – 175.

On February 21, 2018 Coach Code was inducted into the Northern Kentucky Sports Hall of Fame On March 21, 2018 Coach Code was inducted into the 10th Region Hall of Fame

10th Region Champions

All “A” State Champions

10th Region All “A” Champions
2001, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2016, 2019, 2020, 2023

37th/38th District Champions
1997, 1998, 2000, 2003, 2006, 2007, 2013

NKAC Division II Champions
2005, 2007, 2009

NKAC Division III Champions
1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996

Twenty Game Win Seasons
1969, 1975, 1994, 1998, 2000, 2003, 2004, 2007, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2020

Ranked Number One In Northern Kentucky – Final Poll 2005, 2007

BBHS players in the 10th Region Hall of Fame:
Nathan Seiter – 2003
Justin Seiter – 2006
Dave Schabell (Contributor) – 2009
Coach Willie Schlarman – 2013
Evan McDole – 2014
Troy Cooper – 2016
Jacob Rieger – 2016
Coach Mike Code – 2018
Justin Saunders – 2019
Alex Trentman – 2020

The 1997-98 Mustangs lost their first 2 games under new Head Coach Willie Schlarman. The first loss was to Paris (87-81) and the second was to Camplbell County (61-54).

Following those 2 losses, the Mustangs went 28-5, including 12 straight wins, finishing their season in the championship game of the 10th Region Tournament vs. Fleming County, who finished their season in the semi-finals of the State Tournament in Rupp Arena.


Most Points | 2287 | 1973-74
Most Points (Game) | 121 | 1995-96 (vs Beechwood)
Most Rebounds | 1309 | 1973-74
Most Free Throws | 509 | 1975-76
Most Assists | 506 | 1975-76
Most Field Goals | 933 | 1973-74
Most Wins | 28 | 1997-98 | 2006-07
Most Games Played | 35 | 1973-74, 1997-98

Most Consecutive Wins | 15 | 2013-14
Best Defensive Avg | 42.7 | 2003-04
Best Scoring Avg | 72.4 | 1993-94
Best Field Goal Pct | 57.1 | 2013-14
Best Start Of A Season | 10-0 | 2010-11


Most games: 114, Justin Seiter (1996-00) & Evan McDole (2001-05)
Most games started: 111, Evan McDole
Most points scored: 1179, Nathan Seiter (1994-98)
Most field goals: 630, Nathan Seiter (1994-98)
Most field goal attempts: 1425, Dave Farwick (1971-75)
Most 3pt field goals: 245, Nathan Seiter (1994-98)
Most 3pt attempts: 604, Nathan Seiter (1994-98)
Most free throws made: 413, Carson Schirmer (2017-21)
Most free throws attempted: 574, Carson Schirmer (2017-21)
Most rebounds: 955, Brian Ficker (1972-75)
Highest scoring average: 18.36/gm, Greg Schwegmann (1967-70)
Highest field goal percentage: 62.3%, Scott Ruth (1996-00)
Highest 3pt percentage: 46.3%, Zach Hamberg (2015-18)
Highest free throw percentage: 81.4%, Stephen Verst (2017-21)
Highest rebound average: Roger Bruener (1969-71)

Retired Jerseys:
#22 – Nathan Seiter – December 23rd, 2005
#35 – Justin Seiter – December 23rd, 2008

Received Tryouts To Kentucky Junior or Senior All-Stars:
2010 – Jacob Rieger – Seniors
2013 – Alex Trentman – Juniors

Dave Schabell

With his induction into the Bishop Brossart Sports Hall of Fame in March of 2016, “Schabs”, who joined the program in 1978, is now a member of it and:

  • The 10th Region HOF
  • The NoKy Athletic Directors HOF
  • The NoKySports HOF
  • The Brossart Alumni HOF
  • The Brossart High School Sports HOF
  • NoKy Boys Basketball Coaches Court of Distinction

Schabell, who more recently has been known as the “Voice of the Mustangs”, having begun broadcasting our games over the internet since 2002, would also like to be remembered as a coach. He was hired in 1979 by then head coach Jon Quatman to serve as the boys freshman team coach. He served in that capacity through the 1985-86 season when he became the Girls Varsity head coach, a position he held for five seasons, amassing 99 wins during that stint (99-45) while holding down a full-time position with Procter and Gamble.  He was forced to give up the Girls Head Coaching job, when the KHSAA conducted a crackdown on para-professional head coaches in 1991, after which he returned to coaching Freshman boys off and on, as needed through the decade of the 90s.

Schabs was instrumental in bringing Willie Schlarman to Brossart in 1997, making an arrangement with him where he would perform all of the administrative duties freeing up Willie to simply coach the team. This is the same arrangement that he had with  Mike Code, Scott Code and present head coach Ben Franzen. It has been a successful formula for the past twenty-three years. During his tenure at Brossart, Schabs has served under nine different head coaches.