Ingram joined the University of the Sciences men’s basketball program as an assistant coach prior to the 2016-17 season.
In his first three seasons, he has helped lead the Devils to two Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference (CACC) Tournament appearances, which included knocking off top-seed Bloomfield in the Quarterfinals in 2018.
Three Devils have earned a total of four All-CACC honors during his three years, including Flo Da-Silva being named back-to-back CACC Defensive Player of the Year.
Prior to his arrival at University of the Sciences, Ingram earned several years of experience at the high school and collegiate levels.
He began his coaching career at his alma mater, Archbishop Carroll High School, as an assistant coach under his former head coach, Paul Romanczuk, in 2008 before serving as an assistant again in 2011.
In 2010, Ingram was an assistant coach at Harriton High School, where he led the Rams to their fourth straight District I playoff appearance. He then spent one season as an assistant coach at Solebury School, helping lead the Spartans to a berth in the Pennsylvania Independent Schools State Tournament.
From 2013-2015, Ingram was the lead assistant at Mercer County Community College under former Princeton University great, Howard Levy. His responsibilities included recruiting, player development, scouting, proposing the team budget, fundraising and running study halls.
In Ingram's three seasons, he helped the Vikings to three straight playoff appearances, an NJCAA Top-15 ranking and two Region XIX Finals appearances. A tireless recruiter, he coached two NJCAA All-Americans, five All-League selections and transferred six players over to four-year colleges.
In 2016, Ingram coached at Rosemont College and was a part of a staff that reached the semifinal round of the CSAC Conference Tournament. He coached the CSAC Player of the Year and recruited an All-CSAC Honorable Mention selection.
During the offseason, he also coached with Team Final AAU.
Active in the summer basketball scene, Ingram has worked basketball camps for the Hoop Group, Georgetown University, Princeton University, University of Pennsylvania, American University and many more. He has also run basketball clinics throughout the Philly area with players that went on to play collegiately at various levels.
As a player, Ingram was a four-year starter at Carrol and scored over 1,200 points, grabbed over 1,000 rebounds and blocked over 300 shots. He went on to star collegiately at Fairleigh Dickinson University, where he participated on the Knights teams that qualified for the NCAA Tournament and NIT in consecutive years.
He graduated from FDU in 2007 with Cum Laude Honors and a Bachelor or Communications.