Miah Harbaugh is known for being the former wife of Michigan Wolverines’ football coach, Jim Harbaugh.
Miah was born on August 25, 1966, in New Jersey, USA, as Miah Lee Burke. She completed her graduation from the University of Michigan in Paralegal Studies.
Unsuccessful Married Life with Jim Harbaugh
Miah Harbaugh married Jim Harbaugh in February 1996 at Hilton Waikoloa. While some believe they met at a golf tourney club in Orlando, others claim they met at the University of San Diego.
After two decades of marriage, they parted ways in 2006. Post-divorce, Miah prefers to stay away from the limelight, so there is no detail about her relationship status. Meanwhile, her ex-husband is married to his current wife, Sarah Feuerborn Harbaugh.
Mother of Three: Two Sons and a Daughter
Miah Harbaugh and her ex-husband, Jim Harbaugh have three kids: Jay, James, and Jessica Grace Harbaugh.
Miah and Jim welcomed their first child, Jay Patrick Harbaugh on June 14, 1989. He joined Oregon State University from where he completed his graduation.
After completing his graduation, he served as the undergraduate assistant for Mike Riley from 2008 to 2011. In 2012, he worked under his uncle, John Harbaugh for Baltimore Ravens as their offensive quality control coach.
Currently, he is serving at the University of Michigan as a tight ends coach and special teams coordinator.
Talking about his personal life, he is married to Brhitney Harbaugh and has two kids: a son, and a daughter.
Jim and Miah welcomed their second child, James Harbaugh on September 4, 1996. In August 2019, he completed his Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Directing from the University of Michigan.
As of now, he is serving at Lush Fresh Handmade Cosmetics, North America as a visual merchandiser and community engagement specialist.
Jessica Grace Harbaugh
Their youngest kid, Jessica Grace Harbaugh was born on June 27, 2000, in San Diego. In 2019, she completed her high school graduation from Coronado High School. At the moment, she is enrolled at the University of Michigan for a Bachelor of Arts degree in Criticism, History, and Conversation.
She is a water polo player and a member of the Wolverines Women. She started playing when she was around fourteen years old. When she was in high school, she competed for Coronado Aquatics Club and was placed 3rd in CIF as a senior.
In 2017, she achieved the Islander Sports Foundation Award for integrity, sportsmanship, and friendship. During her freshman year in 2020, she was included in the ACWPC All-Academic team. Similarly, during her sophomore year, she was a part of the academic All-Big Ten.
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