Mee came to Vassar College for his first head coaching position in the summer of 2018, after serving as an assistant coach at five prior destinations over many different levels. Since 2012, Mee has served as an assistant coach at Division I Davidson College in Davidson, North Carolina under legendary head coach Bob McKillop.
While at Davidson, Mee helped in the recruiting efforts, while also focusing on day-to-day coaching responsibilities, player development, game and practice preparation, on-court coaching, social media management, scouting report preparation and community outreach.
During his time at Davidson, the Wildcats earned three NCAA Tournament bids along with being part of a staff that earned Atlantic 10 Coaching Staff of the Year in 2014-15. Mee helped mentor 14 Wildcat players that earned either Southern Conference or Atlantic-10 yearly honors, while also helping assist three conference Players of the Year and an A-10 Rookie of the Year this past season in Kellan Grady.
Prior to Davidson, Mee was an associate head coach at his alma mater, the University of Rochester from 2009-12. While at Rochester, Mee assisted will all aspects of the basketball program including scheduling, budget management, conditioning, weight training in addition to his coaching responsibilities.
Mee was part of a staff in 2011 that saw its head coach Luke Flockerzi earn D3hoops.com East Region Coach of the Year, while helping the Yellowjackets to a University Athletic Association (UAA) title. Mee helped recruit athletes from all over the nation, bringing in student-athletes from Ohio, Massachusetts, Pennsylvania, Florida, Michigan and New York. He also helped the team to a Division III Sweet 16 appearance in 2010-11.
Other coaching stops along the way for Mee include one at another Liberty League school, as he was the assistant coach at Skidmore College in Saratoga Springs, NY from 2008-2009. Mee also was an assistant at Elmira College in Elmira, NY from 2006-2008 while serving as an assistant at Hilbert College in Hamburg, NY from 2005-2006.
As an undergraduate, Mee was a four-year varsity letter winner at Rochester, serving as team captain in 2004-05. He helped the Yellowjackets to four NCAA Tournament appearances as his squads went a combined 97-17 over his four seasons as part of the winningest class in the program’s history.
Mee earned Honorable Mention UAA honors in 2003-04, and helped the squad to the national finals in 2005, finishing his career seventh in 3-pointers made. Mee earned his bachelor of arts from Rochester in economics in 2005, while also acquiring a Master’s from Elmira in 2006.
Mee and his wife, Haniya, have two children, Trotter and Capucine.