Sandy Brondello: Focus On The Process
Listen in as Positive Coaching Alliance goes 1-on-1 in interviews with top pro and college players, coaches, executives, and other major sports figures and academics who provide tips, tools, information and inspiration for youth and high school sports coaches, parents and student-athletes.
This 1-on-1 interview features Sandy Brondello, Head Coach of the WNBA Phoenix Mercury (@PhoenixMercury). An 18-year member of the Australian National Team as a player, Sandy is a four-time Olympian, a two-time silver medalist (2000, 2004), and was named the 1992 Australian International Player of the Year. As a shooting guard, Sandy finished her professional playing career with a five-year run in the WNBA, playing for Detroit, Miami and Seattle. Sandy transitioned from playing to coaching right away and in 2014 Sandy was named the WNBA Coach of the Year after guiding the Phoenix Mercury to the league's best record.
Tina Syer (@tinaPCA), PCA’s Chief Impact Officer, gets Brondello's take on women's basketball from the youth level to the WNBA. This interview is packed with insights on high school recruiting, playing at the professional level, specialization, leadership, and more.
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