Thursday, September 29, 2011

Providence Day to host basketball coaches clinic Saturday

Providence Day will host its annual basketball coaches clinic, open to boys and girls coaches from youth leagues to college.

Speakers include North Carolina women's coach Sylvia Hatchell, Charlotte 49ers men's coach Alan Major and Charlotte Bobcats NBA assists Stephen Silas.

Vendors will be on hand to discuss the latest products and lunch and a notepad is included. The Naismith International Basketball Foundation will be on hand as part of their Sportsmanship Tour with an exhibit about the life of Dr. James Naismith that will include memorabilia and items from Dr. Naismith.  Its mission is to promote sportsmanship and ethics through youth sports to help preserve the game.  This will include their traveling motorcoach that will be on hand that day and is traveling the country sharing the legacy of Dr. Naismith.


Providence Day Basketball Coaches Clinic
(Hosted By Providence Day School Basketball Programs)
Saturday October 1st, 2011 9:00-5:00

Guest Speakers Will Include:
(Speakers and topics subject to change due to unforeseen circumstances)
Alan Major (University of North Carolina- Charlotte, Head Men’s Coach)
♦ Entering his second season as the Head Men’s Coach at UNCC
♦ Former college assistant coach at Ohio State, Xavier, and Pacific
♦ Worked under Purdue coaching legend Gene Keady for 4 seasons while a student at Purdue
♦ Has coached numerous players that went on to be drafted in the first round of the NBA draft
Sylvia Hatchell (University of North Carolina- Chapel Hill, Head Women’s Coach)
♦ Inducted into the Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame in 2004
♦ Has coached at Chapel Hill for 35 years
♦ Has been named the National Coach of the Year three times
♦ Has won over 800 career games, including National titles at the NCAA, NAIA, and AIAW levels
Stephen Silas (Charlotte Bobcats, Assistant Coach)
♦ Has been an assistant coach for over 10 years in the NBA including stints in Charlotte, Golden State, and New Orleans
♦ Considered one of the top assistant coaches in the NBA
♦ Recognized for his work in breaking down film and doing individual development
♦ Was hired at the age of 27 as an assistant coach, at the time the youngest assistant coach in the NBA
Mark Byington (College of Charleston, Associate Head Men’s Coach)
♦ Has coached at College of Charleston for 9 years, the last five under legendary coach Bobby Cremins
♦ Was a graduate assistant coach at University of Virginia
♦ Was a three year starter at UNC-Wilmington, and earned a spot on the CAA All-Conference team
♦ Recognized as one of the top young coaches in college basketball
Mike Petersen (Wake Forest University, Head Women’s Coach)
♦ Entering his 8th season as the Head Coach at Wake Forest
♦ Served 4 years as an Assistant Coach for the Men’s Program at the University of Minnesota
♦ Has been a college coach for over 25 years
♦ Is 5 wins shy of becoming the all-time winningest women’s coach in Wake Forest history
Duggar Baucom (Virginia Military Institute, Head Men’s Coach)
♦ Entering his sixth season as the Head Coach at VMI
♦ His teams have led the NCAA in scoring each of the past 5 seasons
♦ Was named the 2009 NABC-District 3 Coach of the Year
♦ Previous coaching stints include: Davidson, Western Carolina, and Tusculum College
Athletic Republic Performance Sports Training (Adam Riddle, Vice-president and Facility Director)
♦ One of the top athletic training facilities in Charlotte with over 160 other locations across the country
♦ This model of training has been used to develop over 2500 Olympic and professional athletes
♦ Integrates science into training to improve movement skills like speed, power, and agility
♦ Adam holds a BS of Exercise Science, Caridac Rehabilitation, Anatolmy, and Physiolology

Tentative Schedule of Events:
(Speakers and Topics subject to change due to unforeseen circumstances)
8:00-9:00 a.m. Registration for Clinic/Visit vendors/Free coffee
9:00-9:50 Duggar Baucom (Virginia Military Institute, Head Men’s Coach)
Topic: “Implementing the Up-tempo Offense”
10:00-10:50 Sylvia Hatchell (UNC- Chapel Hill, Head Women’s Coach)
Topic: “Individual Skill Development”
11:00-11:50 Mike Petersen (Wake Forest University, Head Women’s Coach)
Topic: “How to Teach Rebounding”
12:00-12:50 p.m. Lunch provided by PDS / Shoot-a-Way Demonstration / Visit Vendors
1:00-1:50 Stephen Silas (Charlotte Bobcats, Assistant Coach)
Topic: “Attacking the Zone Defense”
2:00-2:50 Mark Byington (College of Charleston, Associate Head Men’s Coach)
Topic: “Running the High-Ballscreen Offense”
3:00-3:50 Athletic Republic Performance Sports Training
Topic: “Maximizing an Athlete’s Potential through Off-Season Training”
4:00-4:50 Alan Major (UNC-Charlotte, Head Men’s Coach)
Topic: “My Favorite Defensive Drills”

Contact Brian Field, Head Boys Basketball Coach (704-887-7534) brian.field@providenceday.org or Josh Springer, Head Girls Basketball Coach (704-887-7533) josh.springer@providenceday.org for more information.

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

You forgot to mention the cost.

Anonymous said...

COSTS
Pre-register by Sept. 27
$50 (1st coach)
$40 (each additional
coaches from same staff)

Day of Event
$60 (1st coach)
$50 (each additional
coaches from same staff)