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November 18th, 2017

On Your Side

With the right approach, you can get parents involved in the program in a number of positive ways. Not only with this improve the experience for them and their kids, it will also make your job easier. Read More...

November 11th, 2017

A Learning Culture

Bob Karn, winner of nine state championships as Head Baseball Coach at Cathedral High School in St. Cloud, Minn., explains how he intertwines learning and sports in his program. Read More...

November 11th, 2017

Time to Reflect

Self-reflection is essential if you want to become better at what you do. Try to set aside time every season to ask yourself some important questions about what type of coach you are and want to become. Read More...

November 4th, 2017

Pass the Rope

David Gentry, Head Coach at Murphy (N.C.) High School, has amassed more than 350 wins—the most in Western North Carolina history. What has been most important to racking up wins, he says, is developing relationships. This starts by Gentry connecting with his players on a daily basis. Read More...

November 4th, 2017

Finishing on the Right Note

You put in a lot of time planning practices, but how much have you thought about the way they end? How you decide to finish practice often sets the tone for the next one. Here are three suggestions for getting the most of the end of your practice sessions, and one thing to avoid. Read More...


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