Assistant Varsity Coach
Michael Cowart is in his 12th year of coaching and first year at McKinney North. Before coming to North he coached at Anna, Lake Dallas, and Frisco High School. His favorite coaching memory is from Lake Dallas where he and the team finished in the State Semifinals in football and Regional Finals in baseball in 2015. He graduated from Austin College with a Bachelor’s in History and Master’s in Teaching. He was a two sport athlete in football and baseball and a member of the 2007 SCAC Conference Championship team as a pitcher. He spends his time off the field with his wife Blaine and son Canon and enjoys fishing and kayaking. He is excited to join the winning tradition that is McKinney North Baseball.
Assistant Varsity Coach
Kraig Johnson has been coaching baseball for 15 years. This season is his eighth season at McKinney North. He comes to North after a 5 year stint as the head coach at Anna High School. He started his college career at Grayson County College and graduated from Southeastern Oklahoma State University with a degree in Math Education. He enjoys his time off the field spending time with his wife Heather. He also enjoys golf and Texas Ranger Baseball. Coach Johnson is excited to be able to be a part of the baseball tradition here at North and he looks forward to seeing what these young men are able to accomplish through their hard work and dedication to the program.
Junior Varsity Head Coach
Coach McKinney joined the Bulldog program in 2019.
He also coached at Wayland Baptist University and was assistant football coach at Tom Bean High School from 2007-2012. Coach McKinney graduated from Texas A&M Commerce with a Bachelors degree in Mathmatics.
Junior Varsity 2 Head Coach
Coach Ed McMillan rejoined the McKinney North High School Coaching Staff in 2012. McMillan has vast coaching experience. He coached previously at the McKinney North High School in 2008. Prior to that, Ed coached at El Paso Community College from 2001 to 2004. There, he was the 1st Base Coach and also coached the outfield. While at EPCC, the coaching staff led the Tejanos to the NJACC World Series semi-finals.
Prior to entering his coaching and teaching career, Ed served our country in the United States Air Force as an F-16 Crew Chief. He has a degree in History from the University Of Texas at El Paso as well as a Master’s Degree in School Administration from Texas A&M, Commerce. Ed currently teaches at Johnson Middle school.
He is married to his lovely wife Kassie and has two sons Mitchell and Jack.When asked,
Ed's favorite quote is "I don’t measure a man’s success by how high he climbs, but by how high he bounces after he hits the bottom." General George S. Patton