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March 23rd, 2019

The Long-Term Impact of a Great Coach

Fred Hill, the fomer head baseball coach at Rutgers University and the winningest coac in school history, died earlier this month. Former players said Hill taught them the fundamentals of life. The praise Hill received is something every coach should strive for. Read More...

March 16th, 2019

Seeing & Believing

When Coach Jamie Siegel told her players before the volleyball season to start choosing a finger for their state championship ring, there were many skeptics. Through a coaching style of unrelenting belief, she made the vision come true and expressing it to her athletes. Read More...

March 14th, 2019

Being a Transformational Coach

There are two types of coaching perspectives—one where the coach focuses only on wins and losses and one where the results off the field are more important than what happens on the scoreboard. The second of these perspectives yields much greater, all-around results. Read More...

March 7th, 2019

Winning with Accountability for Life

Football coach Russ Stoner took a team that had gone 0-10 and had an average GPA of 1.6, and turned it into a winning program with a GPA of 3.0—and his players are role models in the community. Here's how he did it. Read More...

March 6th, 2019

Planning Ahead

Looking for a way to make tryouts less stressful? One solution is off-season evaluations, which allow potential players to know their chances of making the team and playing ahead of time. Read More...