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basketball coach

  • Freshman Boys Basketball:  2000-2008
  • Freshman Girls Basketball: 2001-2002
  • Eighth Grade  Boys Basketball:  2009-2017
  • Seventh Grade Girls Basketball: 2010-2014

basketball coach/ camp couselor

  • Planned and executed team practices.
  • Built “player-specific” workouts for individuals.
  • Taught fundamentals and advanced skills to boys between the age of 6-16.
  • Was in charge of 18 young men as camp counselor. It was a “live-in” camp meaning I was tasked with making sure they went to sleep and woke up on time. I was also in charge of making sure they were at their correct event or areas when I was not coaching. 
  • Head coach of the camp competitive team for 11-12 year old age group
  • Led team to 6-1 record throughout the duration of the summer camp
  • Awarded Coach of the Week award in week 3 of 7.

basketball coach

  • Coach children ages 5 through 13.
  • Instruct individuals or groups in basketball skills and game strategies.
  • Evaluate athletes’ skills.
  • Teach children the importance of integrity, good communication, and strong work ethic. 
  • Help improve individual and team concepts by leading progressive drills that boost self-esteem, develop communication skills and reward success.

basketball coach

  • Teach children at the ages of 7-10 the importance of maintaining and developing ball handling skills and conditioning 
  • Emphasizing physical activity when not associating with certain sports
  • Greet visitors and handle their inquiries and direct them to the appropriate persons according to their needs.
  • Supervise and assign duties to workers engaged in coaching and educating youths once improving skills
  • Operate equipment to improve physical activity 

basketball coach

  • Observed swimmers to find and correct faults and provide feedback on performance
  • Mediated conflicts between swimmers to maintain positive atmosphere and preserve team morale
  • Guided students on improving swimming speeds, developing kicking techniques and maintaining breathing
  • Encouraged everyone to cultivate strong work ethic by demonstrating diligence, patience and respect for others
  • Maintained equipment, facilities and inventory to avoid accidents, mishaps and damage
  • Motivated athletes to become stronger, more agile and more effective through training habits and proper nutrition