Brown University's Kia McNeill: Every Player Has Value
Here in the PCA/Maddie Potts Coaching Symposium, Brown's Kia McNeill shares her thoughts on four key topics.
Competition In Sports Is The Best Way To Teach Life Lessons
Anne Walker talks about the lessons that only competition can teach young athletes.
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Marlon Stewart (Oregon State Men's Basketball) explains the role of personality in recruiting student-athletes
Baker suggests athletes reframe failures in sports to learn from mistakes and better focus on the next play.
Young Golfers Learn Best On The Course, Not The Driving Range
Anne Walker talks about how much more young athletes learn by playing rather than mindless repetition.
Finding The Balance Between Challenging Kids And Pushing Them Too Hard
Anne Walker talks about pushing her collegiate athletes without going too far.
A Double-Goal Coach® Is Approachable And Keeps It Fun For Their Athletes
Breeze McDonald talks about how she keeps her team close and is more than just their coach.
Why Players Can Take The Lead In Picking Their Own Captains
Why the team should choose their own leaders and the staff is responsible for developing those leaders.
Ask The Leading Questions And Your Players Will Find The Answers
USA Field Hockey Coach allows her athletes to discover what works best for them in a particular skill or role.
Inspiration Of The Day: Either Find A Way To Succeed Or Make One
This award-winning coach has a Latin saying on her door that means “I will find a way or make one.”
How Young Athletes Benefit From Constructive Feedback Later In Life
Olympic Rower Gevvie Stone on the value of processing a coach's feedback for success in sports and beyond.
45 Years After Title IX, What's Next For Women In Sports?
The next step, Foudy says, is to get women in leadership roles after their playing careers are over.