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Coach Charlie Miller founded ATTACK Basketball Academy in 2009 to help players of any ability succeed. He has coached hundreds of players individually, on teams, and in small groups. He specializes in a combination of mental and physical conditioning tailored to each player. His coaching philosophy revolves around playing through mistakes and giving each player the direction and autonomy to become their own "Inner Coach."  He focuses on process over outcome, meaning development is more important than wins/losses. On top of running his own successful company, he has also been a Head Coach with Breakthrough Basketball since 2016. This position has allowed him to coach thousands of players in camps around the world. And now, not only does he lead multiple specialized camps including Elite Guard, Ballhandling, Finishing, and Shooting and Elite Youth Scoring, he also personally develops and improves new and existing camp curriculum to increase camp effectiveness for attendees. Coach Charlie accepted a scholarship to play at Indiana University at Bloomington under legendary Coach Robert Montgomery Knight. He played all 4 years and graduated with a Bachelors of Science degree.  --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. Support this podcast:
Played Collegiately at Maryville University (St. Louis)\ Founded St. Louis Prospects Basketball Club out of College Started with 1 team and grew it to 30+ (Boys & Girls) In 2014 our top team went 102-8 over 12 months. One player moved on to play at Harvard Two Players moved on to play D1 football One player moved on to play D2 Football Two other players turned down basketball scholarships to attend the University of Indiana Business School Two years as an assistant coach... One year at Barat Academy in St. Louis One year at Fatima HS under Coach Ryan Robertson Robertson played at the University of Evansville under Jim Crews Head Coach at Fatima High School from 2015-Present 86-48 Overall Record (35-6 in Conference)  --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. Support this podcast:
Head Girls Basketball coach at Fort Collins HS Fort collins, CO Emphasized academics, competitiveness, and hard work during four seasons of running the Girls Basketball Program at Fort Collins High School. Demonstrated the ability to build, brand, and grow a program from two teams to four teams. Ran individual and small group practices that emphasized shooting form, decision making, and scoring abilities to help players be successful at the next level. Helped build strong and confident women that have had success beyond high school in anything that they have pursued. Developed a feeder program to better support incoming players into our program. Managed all travel, scheduling, and social media. Successfully ran camps of over 70 athletes USA BASKETBALL SUPPORT TEAM – U19 WOMEN’S AND MEN’S TEAM TRAINING CAMP JUNE 2019 Worked in all aspects of the U19 training camp from supporting operations to supporting on-court coaching. Kept stats during scrimmages to help national team coaches and the USAB committee make informed decisions. Learned drills, practice expectations, and techniques from some of the best coaches in the country @matthower --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. Support this podcast:
Jan Lahodny is one of the most unique figures in the history of Texas high school sports Following a highly successful academic and athletic career in both her small hometown high school in Flatonia, Texas, and as a scholarship athlete at Temple Jr. College in Temple, Texas. Jan went one to play basketball at the University of Texas and graduated with a bachelor of Science Degree in English, Health and Physical Education. She received her masters of Education Degree in Administration from the University of Houston in Victoria. Her knowledge of the game and ability to motivate players, coaches and fans is reflected by her accomplishments. Inducted into the Texas Basketball Coaches Hall of Fame in May of 1999. National Coach of the year - 1995 National Federation of Coaches Texas Association of Basketball Coaches “Coach of the Year" in 1982,1986, and 1991. Three State championships and 7 state runner up titles 1998 U.I.L. Excellence Award Compiled a career coaching record 707 wins - 264 losses Authored the book “Competitive Drills for winning Basketball” Featured in a basketball instructional video, “A Systemic Approach to Coaching” Authored the book “Offensive Sets the Win State Championships” Authored the “Book Zone and Specialty Defense” Written many articles for magazine publications Clinician for coaches and players throughout the state  --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. Support this podcast: Coach Hammock is entering his fifth softball season with Gulf Shores High School, third as the Head Softball Coach, and sixth year at Gulf Shores High School. Before becoming the Head Coach, Coach Hammock spent two seasons as the Head Junior Varsity Softball Coach and Lead Varsity Assistant working with outfielders, infielders, and catchers in addition to providing hitting and base running instruction. Though the 2020 season was shortened due to Covid-19, the Lady Dolphins were on pace to exceed offensive totals from the 2019 season, including homeruns, runs batted in, runs scored, and extra base hits.  The Lady Dolphins were playing their best ball at the point of interruption due to the pandemic, winning 6 of their last 9 games. The 2019 season saw the Lady Dolphins make a return to the South Regional of the AHSAA playoffs, after a two-year absence, and come two games short of advancing to the State Tournament. Prior to coming to Gulf Shores, Coach Hammock worked for three years at Upson-Lee High School serving as the Head Varsity Softball Coach, and Varsity Assistant Baseball Coach.  Under his leadership, the Lady Knights won 12 games in 2014, the most wins in a season in 10 years.  Prior to Hammock’s arrival, the Varsity baseball team won two games in 2012 and three games in 2011.  Serving as the primary outfield instructor in 2013, the Knights baseball team won 10 games, 8 more than the previous year, and won 14 games in 2014 with Hammock serving as the lead infield instructor.  The Knights’ success continued in 2015 with 17 wins and a trip to the Sweet Sixteen of the state playoffs.  While at Upson-Lee, Coach Hammock instructed five college signees (Chelsea Wainwright- Gordon State College, Montana Schug- Denison College, Kyle Kelly- Point University, Austin Matson- Valdosta State, Kalen Puckett- Georgia State). Prior to Upson-Lee, Coach Hammock served as an Assistant Varsity Baseball Coach and primary defensive instructor for the 2011 season, at Mundy’s Mill High School.  The Tigers posted a 22-9 season record and advanced to the Sweet Sixteen of the State Playoffs, losing to the defending two-time state champion, Marist High School.  At Mundy’s Mill, Coach Hammock coached four college signees (Corey Harmon- Gordon State College, Jerek Wright- Paine College, Raheem Jackson- Savannah State, Rodney Smith- University of Minnesota) and one draft pick (Rashad Crawford- 11th Round Selection- Chicago Cubs). In addition to his softball duties, Coach Hammock is a special education teacher, and also serves as an Assistant Athletic Director at the school. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. Support this podcast:
Glenn Farello is entering his 14th year as head coach at PVI and 23rd overall in 2020-2021.  Coach Farello has been named Coach of the Year 13 times, most recently the WCAC COY in 2018 & 2019, and VIS COY in 2018 & 2020. His teams have been ranked in the Top 20 in the DC Metro Area 17 years, including #1 in 2012 , 2014 and 2018. His teams have been ranked in the Top 25 in the country for 12 seasons, and the 2012, 2014 and 2018 PVI teams finished ranked in the Top 10 nationally. His overall record is 480-194. Players: ·        Over 70 players that have played college basketball ·        4 NBA Players ·        20 that have played Professional Basketball ·        PVI players have continued their basketball journey’s to the collegiate level at top schools that include: o   Syracuse, Virginia Tech, Indiana, Georgetown, Penn State, Minnesota, Louisville, Providence, VMI, Mount St. Mary’s, George Mason, Fairfield University, US Naval Academy, Hofstra, Nebraska, Butler, Villanova, Bucknell, Duke, and North Carolina. Teams: ·        State Championships: o   2002 MD State Champions o   2009, 2012, 2014, 2018 & 2020 VA Independent School State Champions ·        WCAC Championships: o   2012 and 2014 WCAC Tourney Champions o   2012, 2017, 2018, & 2019 WCAC Regular Season Champions ·        Additional Notable Championships: o   2012 Abe Pollin City Title Game o   2013 Bass Pro Tournament Of Champions o   2014 Alhambra Catholic Invitational Tournament Championship @PVIHoops  --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. Support this podcast:
Mike Morris is a energetic, innovative physical education teacher for Nash-Rocky Mount Public Schools in Rocky Mount, North Carolina. His passion includes creating new and innovative physical education activities, collaborating with content area teachers to find ways to best teach struggling students through movement, and sharing ideas with others at educational conferences across the United States and via twitter @Mikemorrispe. Mike has engaged the community with collaborative field day activities, created and coached basketball teams, coordinated and coached various camps for disadvantaged students, and has engaged students and community with fundraising activities for charitable and health based organizations.  This varied experience led to Mike being named an OPEN national Trainer in July 2019. As a testament to his commitment to education, in his six years of teaching, Mike has respectively earned both First Year Teacher of the Year for Nash-Rocky Mount Public Schools and Teacher of the Year for both of the schools he services each week.  He has also been named WRAL’s Teacher of the Week. Mike was prepared and licensed for his craft at Winston-Salem State University in Winston-Salem, North Carolina.  @MikeMorrisPE --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. Support this podcast:
Jesse has been the Head Coach for Boys Basketball at Norcross High School for 11 years and has been a teacher and coach at Norcross for 19 years. He spent 12 years in the Norcross High School Language Arts Department before transitioning to Health & PE classes. During his time as head coach, Norcross won two state titles (2011, 2013) and finished state runner-up in 2017 and 2018. He has a winning mark of better than 80% in Georgia’s largest and toughest athletic classification. His Norcross teams participate in showcases and invitationals across the nation. Jesse grew up in a family of educators and knew early on that teaching and coaching was something he wanted to do. He spends about 335 days a year at Norcross working on the basketball program, and during the season many of those days are over fourteen hours long. Jesse is successful in part because he holds the players in his program to a high standard and evolves the program from being “coach lead” to “player lead”, empowering the team to make suggestions and approach during games, and hold each other accountable. Coach McMillan has been recognized in the Gwinnett Daily Post as showing “ a great ability to build chemistry [among the players]”. His fondest moments and most satisfying victories are Final Four and State Championship victories and memorable playoff wins versus Pebblebrook (2017), McEachern (2018), and Grayson (2019). Those games stand out because the team rose up against great odds and competed at the highest level. He’s also a bit superstitious; he makes sure to use his lucky pencil to fill out the scorebook at each game! Coach McMillan, his wife Elizabeth, and two children (Elyse and Mason) are long-time Norcross and Peachtree Corners residents. We thank them for their support and sacrifice to make the Norcross basketball program the best it can be!  @NorcrossHoops Check out Practice Planner Live Landing Page : Free Trial Page : --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. Support this podcast:
Lindsay Woolley became the head coach of Montana Western's women's basketball team in 2012. This past season Woolley led the Bulldogs to the programs first NAIA Div I National championship. The title capped off a banner 2018-19 season for the Bulldogs, who finished with a 30-4 record and the Frontier Conference regular season crown. Woolley was named Frontier Conference Coach of the Year for the second time and NAIA National Coach of the Year. Senior Bri King became the program's and the conference's first NAIA and WBCA National Player of the Year. During Woolley's tenure with the Bulldogs he has returned the program to national prominence after a ten year absence from postseason play as his teams have made three-straight NAIA appearances Woolley has compiled a 135-88 career record and has coached six players who have become first, second, or honorable mention All-Americans, two conference players of the years, several all-conference selections, 18 Daktronics Scholar-Athletes, and numerous academic all-conference selections Coach Woolley spent the first eight years of his college coaching career at Miles Community College (Miles City, Mont.) coaching men’s and women’s basketball. During his four year run as the head coach of the MCC women’s basketball program, Woolley led his team to an overall record of 87-37 with a runner-up Mon-Dak Conference finish his first year followed by back-to-back Mon-Dak Conference Championships A Missoula, Mont. native, Woolley played high school basketball at Big Sky High School and was a member of the 1997 AA boy’s state championship team. After graduating from high school in 1998, Woolley attended Montana Tech playing both basketball and golf there before transferring to the University of Montana where he earned a bachelors degree in mathematics in 2004. Woolley earned a masters degree in human performance and physical education from Adams State University (2012). Woolley is married to Megan Bundy of Miles City, Mont. and the couple are parents to five-year old son, Avery. @CoachWoolleyUMW --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. Support this podcast:
Podcast Guest: Debra Furtado  Debra is currently is the Human Services Administrator for the Dekalb County Government, Department of Human Services.  Debra Furtado’s successful tenure as Senior Connection’s CEO continues to be reflected in the growing number of seniors served annually; an expanding service territory; and the quality of programs provided. Her dedicated focus to a mission of providing essential home and community-based care that maximizes independence has helped attract new donors and customers in support of the organization’s work. Debra worked for nine years with AGL Resources (parent company of Atlanta Gas Light Company), serving in several positions including director, diversity and volunteer outreach and director, community affairs. She also served as a strategic partner as human resources director for Atlanta Gas Light Company and managed a 200+ staff call center Other professional experience includes several consulting positions involving strategic planning, management and implementation of human resources and business programs. She worked for David M. Griffith & Associates where she served as the manager of the human resources consulting practice for the Atlanta office. She also worked for the Atlanta Regional Commission, providing consulting services to local governments. Matthew Serratto Matthew Serratto has been promoted to the Supervising Deputy District Attorney position at the Merced County District Attorney’s Office, District Attorney Larry D. Morse II announced last week. He will replace Steve Slocum, who was recently selected to be the new Merced County Superior Court Commissioner in January. Serratto, 37, joined the District Attorney’s Office in 2007 as a misdemeanor attorney, and became a felony attorney in 2008. Since he began his career as a prosecutor, he has taken a total of 56 trials to verdict, 42 of these being felony trials, which included seven murder trials, six attempted murder trials, and 16 “life” trials. He was also the lead prosecutor on Operation Scrapbook, a year-long investigation which culminated on May 10, 2017 with the arrest of over 60 Sureno gang members in Merced County, at least 23 of whom have already been convicted and sentenced. Merced City Councilman Matthew Serratto told the Times this week he plans to run for mayor and has taken the first steps to launch a citywide campaign for the top post.  --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. Support this podcast:
After coaching for more than 20 years at the college level, Kathy Richey-Walton accepted a coaching/teaching position in the DeKalb County School System in Decatur, Georgia. Mrs. Richey-Walton coached and taught for two years at McNair Middle School before transferring to Southwest DeKalb High School in 2002. Since arriving at Southwest DeKalb High School (SWD), the girl’s basketball program has posted a 413-130 record in 18 seasons, winning back to back to back GHSA (Georgia High School Association) AAAA State Championships in 2008, 2009 and 2010. Then, again winning State Championships in 2013 and 2016. In addition, the Lady Panthers have finished runner-ups in the championship game in 2012, 2014 and 2017, marking the eight time in the last 10 years that the Lady Panthers have played for a State Championship, winning five State Championships, three runner-ups as well as nine Region Championships (2020, 2019, 2018, 2017, 2016, 2014, 2013, 2010 and 2008). At the same time, Coach Walton was named the 2010 and 2008 Garland F. Pinholster High School Coach of the Year, 2009 BCA (Black Coaches and Administrators) National High School Coach of the Year, the 2009 Bobby Cremins State Coach of the Year, the 2018, 2017, 2016, 2014, 2013, 2012, 2010, 2009 and 2008 DeKalb County Coach of the Year and the 2009 GAHPERD (Georgia Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance) Teacher of the Year as well as the 2014 Southwest DeKalb High School Teacher of the Year. In October of 2018, Coach Walton, was inducted into the Southwest DeKalb Athletic Hall of Fame. Then, again in September of 2019, Coach Walton, was inducted into the Slippery Rock University Athletic Hall of Fame. Coach Walton gained national coaching experience when she coached the Blue Team to a Silver Medal during at the 2005 USA Basketball Youth Development Festival in Colorado Springs, Colorado and the USA Basketball Youth Olympic 2010 Team, to a Bronze Medal in the first ever 3 on 3 Youth Olympic Games in Singapore, Singapore. She also coached the Georgia Metros 16 and Under team to four national championships, winning the 16 and Under AAU Nationals and the 17 and Under (USJN) United States Junior Nationals in Washington, D.C in 2005. The Georgia Metros went on to repeat as the 17 and Under USJN Champions and won the Nike National Championships in Augusta, Georgia in 2006. WNBA and college stand-outs such as Maya Moore (UCONN), Kelley Cain (Tennessee), Ashley Houts (Georgia), Jordan Greenleaf (Auburn) and Janae Stokes (South Florida) were members of those teams. Before becoming a teacher and coach in the DeKalb County School System, Coach Walton served as the Talent Coordinator for the Women's Basketball Coaches Association (WBCA)  --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. Support this podcast:
Episode 170: Coach Matt Hackenberg Head Boys Basketball Coach Glen Oak HS  Canton, OH East Canton High School: Lead assistant, 23-1 (20-0 Regular Season)  St. Thomas Aquinas High School 2012-13: Head Coach, 16-11 (Regional Semi-Finalist) 2013-14: Head Coach, 18-12 (State Runner-Up) 2014-15: Head Coach, 22-5 (Regional Runner-Up) 2015-16: Head Coach, 19-9 (Regional Runner-Up) GlenOak High School 2016-17: Head Coach, 10-13 2017-18: Head Coach, 11-13 2018-19: Head Coach, 13-11 District Champions 2019-20 17-8. In his four years as the head coach at Aquinas, Hackenberg guided the Knights to four straight district titles — something only achieved in Stark County history by McKinley from 1974-77. Aquinas had never even won back-to-back district titles in the program’s history until this run. Last season they went 17-8 and had a great year - winning the District 4 Championship. He’s coached two college basketball players, one who just finished a great career at Mount Vernon Nazarene and one heading to Mount Union for basketball. He’s coached the North-South game for Ohio, won coach of the year for our state by the coaches association, and won basketball coach of the year for Stark County. He has 126 wins as a high school head basketball coach.  @CoachHackGO --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. Support this podcast:
Dan Lesoing is an entrepreneur driven by the opportunity to help athletes achieve their goals. Dan founded the Cornhusker Shooting Stars in 1998 to help youth develop character, increase athletic skill, learn team concept, and open opportunities through the sport of basketball. In addition to founding and directing club basketball, Dan is also a past high school and college player, long-time basketball coach, small business owner, and Area Director for the Premier Team Network sponsored by Under Armour. Today Dan balances his time between work, coaching, and raising a busy family of four with his wife of twenty-four years. In the CSS Program, we strive to challenge our players to achieve their maximum potential in practices and games. Our goal is to assist each player in becoming a complete athlete. Our renewed focus is on personal improvement, game knowledge and decision making, and team play, with less stress on the outcome of games. Our players are consistently leaders in their high school programs throughout the state of Nebraska. Over 100 CSS players have gone on to play college basketball since 2001. 42 of those players have gone on to play at major NCAA Division 1 programs such as Nebraska, Illinois, Colorado State, Colorado, North Carolina State, Florida State, Kansas State, Iowa, Purdue, San Diego, Missouri, Memphis, Seton Hall, and Creighton. @CSSNebraska --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. Support this podcast:
Creator of the Zoom "System" Clinics Was a traditional coach running flex and pack it in defense 2001 to 2008. Went to Dribble Drive Motion in 2008-2016 and had much success turned Baldwin Park from 2008-2012 to one of winnigest teams in the San Gabriel Valley. The 2010 Baldwin Park team was historic it went 24-5 and made it to the CIF Quarterfinals in Div 2a. During that season Coach Hart was awarded the Cif Coach of the year award, San Gabriel Valley Tribune Coach of the Year and Coached the All Star Game. That team still holds the record for most wins in a season with 24. Since becoming the Head Coach at Patriot High School in Jurupa Valley California. Coach Hart has built a strong program based upon great shooting, and stingy zone defense. In 2018-2019 the Warriors compiled a great season going 23-8 and making it to the Quarterfinals of CIF Div 4a. That was a school record for most wins in a season and the first time the team had made it that far in 10 years. This past season they followed it up with 16-12 season and had the first back to back winning season in over 8 years. During the Covid-19 pandemic Coach Hart created System Basketball Zoom Clinics with the help  from system coaches: Bob Belf moderator of the run and gun yahoo group, Matt Petersen Assistant Coach of Pacific University and Roger DiCarlo Head Coach of San Marcos Girls Team. The System Basketball Zoom Clinics would not be a success without having the experts supporting this as well such as Doug Porter, Dr. George Barber, Gary Smith, Dave Arsenault Jr, Keith Mondillo, Keith Parsons, Andrea Bertini, Justin Lunt, and Lauren Glenn. @SystemHoops @coachmarchart @Patriothshoops --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. Support this podcast:
 Coach Sopak heads up one of the elite public basketball programs in the California. Currently, coach Sopak is the head varsity coach at Miramonte High School in Orinda. Kelly just completed his 15th year as a varsity head coach in the Bay Area and 11th at Miramonte (Northgate 2005-2009 and Miramonte 2009- present). During that time, Coach Sopak's record stands at 398 wins and 66 Losses, including a 304-46 record since taking over at Miramonte. Coach Sopak took the Miramonte position in June of 2009. Since Coach Sopak took over at Miramonte, the Matadors quickly returned to regional dominance, winning 304 games and counting in the past ELEVEN seasons, including SEVEN STRAIGHT undefeated DFAL Championships and SEVEN consecutive North Coast Section Division III appearances, WINNING FOUR straight. The Mats won the 2014, 2015, 2016 & 2017 Section Championships. In addition, Matadors reached the CIF Northern California PLAYOFF ALL SEVEN YEARS, including a CIF Division III  and a CIF Northern California OPEN Division Championship Runner Up following the 2011-12, 2013-14 & 2014-2015 seasons respectively. The Matadors won the 2016 Open Division CIF Northern California Championship. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. Support this podcast:
In his 40th year as head coach of Waterloo West High School and 43rd year overall as a head coach.  As a prep athlete, he played on Mason City High School basketball and baseball teams that participated in five state tournaments while winning two state championships.  He achieved All-State and Honorable Mention All-American status while playing at Mason City High School.  He has won numerous Coach of the Year Awards, including:  being named the National Federation of High School's National Girl's Basketball Coach of the Year in 2015.  He was the recipient of the Morgan Wooten Lifetime Achievement Award bestowed by the Naismith National Basketball Hall of Fame in April, 2016.  In addition, he was awarded the Golden Plaque of Distinction by the Iowa High School Girls Athletic Union in March, 2016--the highest coaching award given by the IGHSAU. He was inducted into the Iowa Girls Coaches Association's State Basketball Hall of Fame in 2005. He was a Finalist for the National High School Athletic Coaches Association National Coach of The Year award in 2017. He is the only Iowa coach to be selected to coach in both the McDonald's High School All-American game and the WBCA All-American game--both televised by ESPN.  Dr. Pappas has coached numerous Division I recruits and has taken several Wahawk teams to the Iowa Girls State Basketball Tournament. Coaching Record:  570-371 State Tournaments:  7 State Tournament Berths--including 6 Final Four appearances @WahawkSports @WaterlooWest --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. Support this podcast:
Since June 2001, Ganon Baker has been traveling all over the globe impacting the game of basketball via player training, coaching clinics and coach mentorship. He’s delivered knowledge filled with energy, passion, and love for basketball and people in 48 US states, 47 countries, 5 continents – while reaching over 10,000 coaches and players a year. He’s trained players from the Professional level (NBA, WNBA, CBA, Euro League and more), collegiate level (NCAA, NJCAA, U Sports and more), high school and middle school levels. He has held coaching clinics in front of over 20,000 coaches globally and his Ganon Baker Certification process has been earned by over 2,500 coaches worldwide. His coaching mentorship group has over 1,000 members (and growing) that meet virtually every month to share knowledge as it relates to the game and impacting the generation of tomorrow. Players crave his knowledge and energy for getting them better. Coaches are searching for innovative on-court drills and various ways to create a relationship with their players as well as the constant life-related lessons he delivers through his coaching clinics and private mentorship sessions. As a result over the past several years he has created a Systematic Online Curriculum created to satisfy the needs of players, coaches and parents for every level of play starting at ground zero and guiding them along to the (hopeful) professional ranks. Although he still travels the world extensively he now host players and coaches at his headquarters in Melbourne Beach, Florida for private training and mentorship. Most recently he opened a division of Ganon Baker Basketball in China where he has partnered with Stronger Me, a basketball education company based in Beijing, China. Together we have committed to educating coaches, trainers and players in the emerging Chinese basketball market. @Ganonbaker --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. Support this podcast:
Jay Blossom finished his 20th and last year as head varsity basketball coach at Webster Groves High School in 2019.  During his 20 years at the helm of the Statesmen Basketball program, he compiled a record of 447-122, won 17 consecutive conference championships, recorded 16 consecutive seasons of at least 20 victories (2nd all-time in Missouri history), won 8 district championships, appeared in 6 state quarterfinals, rattled off a state record streak of 83 consecutive conference victories from 2001-2013, won 53 consecutive home games from 2003-2008, (2nd all-time in Missouri history), and won the 2008, 2017 and 2018 Missouri Class 5 State Championships!  Blossom retired with a career record of 508-193 in 25 seasons as a head coach. @CoachBlossom --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. Support this podcast:
Jon Beck played 4 years of Division 1 college basketball at Arkansas State and was a graduate assistant coach at the D-1 level. He has coached AAU, youth, middle and high school boy’s and girl’s basketball. He has worked several Nike Elite camps and completed a summer internship in Los Angeles, CA in 2016 for Drew Hanlen of Pure Sweat Basketball. Coach Beck has a huge social media following and his workouts have been highlighted on ABC 7 Chicago! He has also been featured on many podcasts including “Success is a Choice”, “The Success Chronicles” "Championship Vision" and "The Hoop Heads Podcast". He now offers individual, small group and team training as well as skills academies and team clinics in Northwest Arkansas and around the country. Throughout his career, his focus has been on total player development and skills coaching. His passion is to help players & coaches reach their full potential on and off the court. Coach Beck shares so many great lessons for coaches, players, and parents that he has learned while working with some of the best players and skill development coaches in the world. If you like listening to the Championship vision Podcast please leave us a rating and review on itunes, stitcher, or SoundCloud. Every review helps us grow our audience and reach more of the basketball community. Twitter – @coachjonbeck Email – --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. Support this podcast:
Head Boys Basketball Coach and Athletic Director at Bishop O’Connell High school in Arlington, VA. Has averaged 23 wins per year in his 18 years as head coach.   His 2016-2017 eclipsed the 400 win mark for Coaches career at O’Connell. Has led O'Connell to 5 Virginia State Independent Titles, 3 WCAC Regular Season Titles, 4 Alhambra Catholic Invitational Titles, and 1 WCAC Tournament Title. Selected as the Arlington County Coach of the Year three times, WCAC Coach of the Year once and Virginia State Independent Coach of the Year four times 51 of his former players and managers are currently playing or have played college athletics. Former Assistant at Division I Furman University, where he was the youngest assistant coach in the NCAA. Known for developing coaches, 13 of his former coaches are now working as college assistants, High School Head Coaches or administrators. Named by the Washingtonian Magazine as one of the "100 people to watch" in Washington in the 21st century. Has spoken at clinics throughout the country including: South Carolina, Colorado, Minnesota, Delaware, Missouri, Michigan, and Pennsylvania. A former assistant under his father, Morgan Wootten, where he was the top assistant before taking the job at O'Connell. Played and started for his father in high school on a team that posted a record of 30-0 and finished the season ranked #5 in the country. Co-Chairman of the McDonald's All-America Basketball game selection committee. Member of the Adidas Nations Coaching Staff. @Wootten_Camp  --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. Support this podcast:
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