The Gift We Are Given – To Lead and Teach and Grow with our Athletes

By Sarah Kellner, Head Coach, Regis University  @RUWomensLax Talk to them and listen. I’ve learned more than I’ve taught and one of the greatest things is I now listen much more than I preach. They have the answers. They are intrinsically motivated, they have sharp minds, creative ideas, and hearts filled with goodness and grace.… Read More The Gift We Are Given – To Lead and Teach and Grow with our Athletes

It’s the Climb

By Alyssa Voccia, Graduate Assistant Coach, Lenoir-Rhyne University  @LRUwlacrosse In life we tend to have a vision of how we want things to go. Unfortunately, life isn’t that simple and just when we think we have things figured out, we hit a bump in the road. While it would be nice for things to always… Read More It’s the Climb

Bridging the Gap

By Mike Scerbo, Assistant Athletic Director for NCAA Compliance (and former head women’s lacrosse coach), Duquesne University @CompliantMike I used to love recruiting the “Blue Chip” player; she was bigger, stronger, quicker, more talented. Athletic administrators love to make a splash: hiring a big name coach with high win totals, top recruiting classes, etc. However,… Read More Bridging the Gap