WhoopDirt.com and Capital Elite Agency announce partnership to present 2021-22 Coach of the Week Awards

BOSTON, MA- WhoopDirt.com and Capital Elite Agency are excited to partner together for the 2021-22 Women’s Basketball Coach of the Week and National Coach of the Year program.

Coach of the Week winners will be announced each Tuesday throughout the college basketball season. Each level of college basketball (NCAA, D1, D2, D3, NAIA, & JUCO) will be recognized with an individual winner, who will then be eligible to receive the Coach of the Year award at the conclusion of the season.

“I am excited that Capital Elite Agency is partnering with our 2021-22 Coach of the Week award program” said WhoopDirt.com’s Adam Nelson.  “I have known Chad for over twenty years and his knowledge of the coaching profession and the way in which he helps his Capital Elite clients is second to none. We are excited to partner with Capital Elite as they continue to grow in the industry.”

Chad O’Donnell founder of Capital Elite Agency, “Adam and his staff will be a great partner for us as they honor coaches for their work each week during the season. There are so many great coaches in the country and it is great seeing WhoopDirt.com recognize those that have great success.” 

Capital Elite Agency provides college basketball coaches in the country with counsel, advocacy, interview preparation, and contract negotiation.  Our goal is to be a trusted agent and advisor for every step a college basketball coach takes throughout their professional journey.  Visit us at www.capitaleliteagency.com to learn more about how we may be able to help you “Prepare to Advance” in your career. 

Capital Elite Agency Social Media Handles: 

Twitter:  ​@CapEliteAgency / @chadeodonnell

Instagram: ​@capitaleliteagency

WHoopDirt.com is the largest website in the country dedicated specifically to women’s college basketball coaching news, jobs, and rumors at all levels. WHoopDirt.com brings a unique insider perspective to the world of college basketball coaching – it was founded by college coaches as a way to help the college basketball community stay informed of what is going on in the coaching profession.