S. Puget Sound's Mychael Heuer resigns due to health concernsSouth Puget Sound Community College women’s basketball coach Mychael Heuer announced his resignation, citing personal health issues. “In light of recent medical reports from my medical team, I need to take time to focus on my health and address lifestyle changes to address complications caused by having diabetes,” Heuer said. “Therefore, I am unable to dedicate the time and effort needed to provide a successful program the student-athletes and the college deserve.” Heuer, coach of the Clipper women’s team since the 2010-11 season, compiled a 15-83 record in four seasons at the helm, including his final season that saw the team improve from 2-22 to 7-19. “I have enjoyed working with Mychael these past four years,” SPSCC Athletic Director Pam Charpentier said. “He truly cares about his players and has been a positive role model both on and off the court. I am sorry that he is leaving under these circumstances and I wish him the best as he takes the time needed to deal with his current health issues.” Heuer will continue to serve as the Director of Career Services at SPSCC. “I am blessed to have coached for 30 years. Allowing me to meet and work with some of the best people I have ever met,” Heuer said. “I thank former Dean of Student Life Dave Rector, former President Gerald Pumphrey, Vice President of Student Services Rhonda Coats and President Timothy Stokes for the opportunity to serve as head coach of the women’s basketball program over the past 4-years.I thank the student-athletes, my coaching staff and fellow colleagues for the memories and great times. I will miss you all dearly.” Charpentier said the college will begin the search for its new coach as soon as possible.