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September 8th, 2018

When the Pressure's On

One of the toughest things for high school athletes to master is learning how to perform when the pressure is on. Players need to have experience performing in those kinds of situations if they are going to succeed. Read More...

September 7th, 2018

How To Approach Your New Team

Creating a supportive team environment is one of the most vital tasks for a new coach in any sport to achieve success, both in and out of the game. Volleyball coach Will Raschke took numerous steps in a well laid-out plan that has worked in his favor. Read More...

September 1st, 2018

Setting Expectations

​Student-athletes tend to thrive when they have structure. And the best coaches learn early on that part of offering structure means clearly defining expectations. What are some ways to do this? Read More...

September 1st, 2018

Coaching Through Adversity

It happens in all sports at every level--adversity can strike, leaving your athletes in a state of stress, anxiety, and even fear. In situations like this, the role coaches play is critical. Student-athletes must be taught the proper coping mechanisms when dealing with challenging circumstances. Read More...

August 18th, 2018

A Coaching Improvement Action List

Long-time crew coach and athletic administrator Mike Davenport explains one of the methods he uses to improve as a coach: A Coach in Improvement Action List. You can A refer to this list in times of doubt or struggle. Read More...