Trevor Shickman is a former head basketball coach and current instructor for the Kinesiology Department of Santa Monica College.
Prior to accepting the position at SMC, Shickman served as the second assistant at UC Davis under Head Coach Bob Williams. During his tenure, the Aggies won the Division II National Championship, the only non-scholarship program in the history of the NCAA with that distinction. Before coaching at UC Davis, Shickman also served as a graduate assistant at Georgia Tech under Head Coach Bobby Cremins and assisted the Jackets to an ACC Championship in 1996. Shickman also received his Masters of Science from Georgia Tech in History, Technology and Society. When he is not teaching classes Shickman consults for the Small Business Development Center advising small business on financial matters and serves as an event and multi media production manger for Wide Angle Group in Los Angeles.
A native of Los Angeles, Shickman attended University High School in West Los Angeles before moving on to the University of San Diego. He received his Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration from Loyola Marymount University.
Shickman currently teaches weight training, fitness lab, basketball, and aerobic conditioning.