It’s very easy to overlook some simple mistakes that many coaches make on their resume. Here are some of the most common mistakes we see when doing resume reviews that you should try to avoid. Resumes that are too long. I once did a resume review on an 8 page resume. Insert mindblown emoji here!!
It’s a new season, and we know the game of basketball is always changing. In order to get a pulse on what coaches are thinking and doing, we’ve put together a Team Personality Quiz.
NCAA LiveStats / Just Play Press Release Starting this college basketball season, Just Play Sports Solutions will be powered by NCAA LiveStats, the official data collection software of collegiate sports, providing the fastest and most reliable statistics on the market. This integration with NCAA LiveStats will provide Just Play clients with access to more advanced data than
Tips On Dealing With The “Uncoachable” By: Brad Forestieri, Assistant Coach Men’s Basketball Coach Mercy College So far in my young coaching career, I’ve come across what some would call the “uncoachable” player. You know, the one who rolls their eyes when you say something to them or mumbles something under their breath.The one that
Competitive Greatness By: Tim McDonald – Assistant Men’s Basketball Coach Cabrini College This is a topic that should be of interest to all coaches and athletes. Are you born with the attributes that it takes to be competitive and to have competitive greatness or are these skills and attributes that are learned during the course
Five ‘Musts’ Assistants Need From Their Head Coaches By Bert DeSalvo College and professional coaches are part of a crazy profession. Where else do 18-22 year old adolescents make or break the careers of the people they are associated with due to their athletic performance and everyday decision-making abilities? As a result, college coaches are