Michael Anthony Huger (born June 27, 1970) is an American college basketball head coach, currently for his alma mater Bowling Green Falcons team. Huger is a native of New York City, New York.
Huger was hired in April 2015. Bowling Green is his first head coaching job. He was a star player at Bowling Green from 1989 to 1993, playing under Coach Jim Larranaga. As a player at Bowling Green, Huger was named second-team all-MAC as a junior and first-team all-MAC as a senior. He is 6th all-time on BG's 3-point FG% list. He made two appearances in the National Invitational Tournament as a player.
After Bowling Green, Huger played professional basketball in Europe from 1993 to 2005, including Finland, Holland and Belgium. He was the Dutch League MVP in 1996, scoring 25.3 points and adding 5.8 assists and later was First-Team All-Belgium for 2000 and 2004—both seasons in which his teams won the Belgium Cup.
Upon finishing his playing career, Huger began his coaching career at Longwood University with Mike Gillian, who had been an assistant at Bowling Green under Larranaga. After two years with the Lancers, Huger re-joined Larranaga at George Mason University as an assistant. The Patriots made the post-season in each season Huger coached there, including two NCAA tournament bids. The Patriots also won a regular-season Colonial Athletic Association title and a CAA tournament title.
When Larranaga moved to the University of Miami, Huger followed him as an assistant. The Hurricanes won the Atlantic Coast Conference regular-season and tournament title in 2012-13 and advanced to the Sweet 16 of the NCAA Basketball tournament. They also qualified for the NIT twice in his four years in Coral Gables, losing in the final of the 2015 tournament.
In 2012-13, Huger was the Hurricane's defensive coordinator. The team was nationally ranked No. 39 in scoring defense (60.6) and No. 48 in field goal percentage defense (40.0).