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  • Coach’s Corner | The Current
    for April 19 2016 On the Bench Equal pay for equal play Finding Fitness Boxing Opinions All Faceoffs On the Scene Satire Shark Speak Shark Speak for April 19 2016 Everyone needs a role model Are you even reading this Periods aren t gross period Home Sports Coach s Corner Coach s Corner Random Latest Featured posts Most popular 7 days popular By review score Random Coach s Corner Justin Ramsey Randa Djabri September 23 2014 Assistant Coach s Corner Brooklyn Kohlheim Assistant Coach s Corner Robin Martin Assistant Coach s Corner Pete Woodworth Coach s Corner Lyle Robelot Coach s Corner Julie LeMaire Erin Herbert November 17 2015 0 Coach s Corner Giuseppe Joe DePalo Chris Hoffman October 30 2012 0 Coach s Corner Michael Coleman Chris Hoffman February 27 2013 0 Coach s Corner Austin Lavallii Randa Djabri March 25 2015 0 Coach s Corner Yanique Booth Randa Djabri February 3 2015 0 Coach s Corner Devin Fay Randa Djabri November 18 2014 0 Coach s Corner Jennifer and Dan King Erin Herbert October 6 2015 0 Coach s Corner Hollie Bonewit Cron Andre Jensen October 16 2012 0 Assistant Coach s Corner Pete Woodworth Grant McQueenie February 18 2014 0 Assistant Coach s Corner Brooklyn Kohlheim Grant McQueenie February 25 2014 0 1 2 3 4 Page 1 of 4 Follow Us 588 Fans Like 453 Followers Follow 614 Followers Follow 9 Subscribers Subscribe Popular Articles of the Week I only speak Emoji Chantel Grant April 5 2016 612 0 Goodbye Netflix binges hello movie matinees Li Cohen April 19 2016 106 0 That time I auditioned for So You Think You Can Dance The Current April 19 2016 223 0 TGIF Shopper s guide to Black Friday Roddia Paul November 17 2015 1495 0 University School

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  • Coach’s Corner: Julie LeMaire | The Current
    think I always recognized that NSU has the potential to be very good said LeMaire The university has really grown over time and it s always been something that I thought if it were to open back up it s something I would look into and see what exactly it was and what it had to offer And coming back here I learned it s a beautiful campus it s a great place to recruit to and play softball As a former assistant coach at Lynn University LeMaire is excited to return to the Sunshine State Conference and help expand NSU s softball program She said NSU has always been somewhere I though could be very good in softball and just having been in the conference and knowing how the conference is within athletics and softball it was definitely intriguing to come back and basically be a part of the new direction for NSU softball I decided that this was the place that I wanted to try to be a part of turning the success back around and getting it going on the upward Although most coaches set season expectations in terms of wins and losses LeMaire s main expectation is to help NSU s current players reach their full potential and stay healthy enough to improve over the course of a full season LeMaire said Expectation wise it s just to get the most out of the current players who we have We have a very low roster we have 13 currently on squad so being able to keep them healthy is going to be important And just evaluating the kind of players that we have and the direction that we want to move with Nova softball I m someone that tries to find the best in all of the athletes that we have and being able to get them to compete at their highest level is very important to us LeMaire doesn t have exact expectations for the team she wants to create a new culture going forward The expectation I m not going to put a number on it or anything or say we re going to do this but I think really being able to get our kids to buy into a new foundation a new culture that we want to start in the future years To be able to get them to go as hard as they can every single day and get better as athletes every day and be able to get them to perform at their highest standard are what our expectations are of the girls But LeMaire knows that meeting her expectations for the team will not be a simple task She acknowledges that coaching is a difficult career and that many aspects of the job are a challenge She said The hardest part of being a coach is being able to manage everything and making sure that you re giving your athletes the proper attention that they need LeMaire also acknowledges

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  • Coach’s Corner: Jessica Cousins | The Current
    collegiately for the rest of my life because of that team atmosphere said Cousins In 2012 Cousins competed in her last professional meet at the Olympic Trials After completing her career as runner she shifted her focus from competing to coaching Cousins spent three years coaching at Howard University in Washington D C But transitioning from a runner to a coach was not easy for Cousins She said It was hard I love competing and when I made the decision to not compete any more it wasn t a quick decision It was well thought out I spoke to my mentors and my family members but in the end it was my decision I had to come to on my own In my first year of coaching I always had the urge to compete again the only thing I didn t want to do was the training In September 2015 Cousins was hired as the assistant track and field coach at NSU I was looking for another position while I was coaching in my last year at Howard University and I wanted to be in a place with more diversity and I had heard of NSU before all about the great athletes and coaching staff When the opportunity became available I applied here and when I finally got the call for an interview I was so excited I told myself that if I got the opportunity I would take the position In addition to the difficulties Cousins faced during her transition from athlete to coach Cousins also described what she believes is the most difficult aspect of coaching leaving the athletes You get so close to them personally and athletically that they become like family and so when I made the choice to leave Howard it wasn t hard to leave the area or my colleagues but it was hard to leave those athletes after forming such a great relationship It was really hard to sever that tie Up until this point that would be the hardest part about coaching for me said Cousins But being a coach is also incredibly rewarding according to Cousins She described seeing the success of her athletes as the most rewarding part of her job From the first day at practice to their last day of competition you get to see all the progress from the work they put in the dedication the sacrifice they have to make Winning a conference championship or a national championship that success for them is rewarding for me as their coach Using her own experience as a professional athlete is one of the tools Cousins makes use of to motivate her athletes She notes that the experiences that are possible for professional athletes is what should drive athletes to work hard at their sport Cousins said For me I make use of my experiences Whatever I ve gotten to experience as an athlete and I try to get them to feed off of that To be able to

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  • Coach’s Corner: Hollie Bonewit-Cron | The Current
    U S Olympic trials and was a 17 time MAC Champion At one time she was ranked 42nd in the world in the 200 short course meter breaststroke But my college coach really developed me into who I became as a swimmer toward the end of my career said Bonewit Cron I was changing a lot of my freshman year and even more so during my sophomore year and that helped catapult me into what I did during my junior and senior year Deciding to become a coach was not an easy decision for Bonewit Cron choosing between her love of swimming and her passion for sports psychology seemed impossible But she discovered how to combine her two passions and has created a dynamic coaching style out of it Bonewit Cron got into coaching after she was done with her college career She went on to Georgia Southern where she pursued her master s degree for two years and was a graduate assistant At that point I was trying to make the decision to stay in sports psychology or compete in and coach swimming she said And what was unique was that I finally discovered that I could do both I could do the sports psychology within the realm of coaching and I decided to go into coaching Bonewit Cron feels very fortunate that she came across University of Florida coaches who had a position open for a female assistant Apparently I said all the right things and I got the job at UF It was life changing to go to that program and coach for six years she said Bonewit Cron uses her sports psychology background in order to relate to her athletes One of the techniques I use is strong listening skills and that helps me have a feel for the athletes knowing when they walk on the pool deck how they re feeling just based on their body language and really listening to what their needs are said Bonewit Cron Discipline is also a major component in Bonewit Cron s coaching style she uses the motto If you are disciplined you won t need to be disciplined to instill a firm respect for self discipline in her athletes But Bonewit Cron also finds the disciplinary side of coaching to be one of the job s most difficult aspects She said that no matter what you do some athletes may never follow along with their coaches disciplinary strategies She said You want everyone to subscribe to your program but not everyone s going to subscribe to it and I understand that But we try to make the program fit everybody s needs in some way shape or form Going on Bonewit Cron hopes her insistence on discipline will make the team pay attention to detail this season which she hopes will ultimately help her athletes improve their times That s what we re working on in practice and that s what we re hoping to accomplish in meets

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  • Coach’s Corner: Jennifer and Dan King | The Current
    any other assistant I speak to him Those lines are really important for us in terms of keeping consistency in what we re doing and at the end of the day our philosophies are the same whether in coaching or in life It makes it easy to keep going every day when you have the same thought process in general Dan went on to add We don t treat it any differently than other jobs I ve had She s head coach and she makes the choices and we ve got a great staff Our assistants are outstanding The entire staff compliments each other and we do our best to do right by our student athletes So as far as how we get along together it s no different than any other job A great attitude about work and an outstanding supporting staff aren t the only things that have contributed to the Kings successful coaching careers They ve found that keeping positive attitudes and using multiple tools to motivate their team can really help athletes grow to their full potentials We ve been using GR1T this year It stands for Genuine Relentless 1 percent Together It s been a big motivating thing for the group right now But when it comes to motivating what first has to happen is you have to know your athletes I can t motivate one athlete the same way I motivate the next one Jennifer said A lot of it is trying to be positive with them and speaking about how talented they are and the things that we re doing well while we re still trying to improve and trying to fix things Dan believes that understanding each athlete s motivational needs on an individual level is important for both the players and the coaches I feel like when it comes to motivation it s an individual thing some kids are motivated differently than others so what we do is compartmentalized I may work more closely with some athletes than Jen or the other coaches Dan said Having the staff that we do really allows us to be focused on certain individuals and what that kid needs as opposed to what another needs I feel like encouragement in the moment is a very individual thing and our staff allows for that to happen Both coaches believe that having highly motivated players will help the team in the long run Although the team is off to an incredibly strong start going 10 2 Coach Jennifer is less concerned with statistics and more concerned with the team s overall progress for the season Jennifer s expectations for the rest of the season are focused on improvement We just want to keep improving We obviously talk about what our record is now because it s a great start it s the best start in program history and it s very exciting but one loss or one win won t dictate what we do tomorrow So the

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  • Coach’s Corner: John Constable | The Current
    Tournament in 2004 He then graduated from Seton Hill University in Greensboro Pa before he was hired as an assistant coach for both the men s and women s teams of Delta State University making the Sharks the fifth DII soccer program that he s been a part of He s noticed an important part of soccer in Florida compared to the other places he s played and coached The big difference is just the athleticism here The players seem to be that bit bigger faster stronger more powerful more athletic Athleticism can be a key factor when it comes to success at this level Constable said He started the pre season with a new annual team bonding competition called the Shark Olympics to help form relationships between the team s 10 newcomers and 19 returners Two separate teams lots of fun soccer stations We added bowling to it and goal celebration contests It s a whole lot of fun and the players enjoy that tremendously Constable explained It s a lot of fun but it s highly competitive at the same time and the players had an absolute blast doing it Constable and his staff have put a lot of work into getting the word out via social media updating the team specific Twitter Facebook and Instagram profiles frequently with exclusive post game interviews behind the scenes photos and even wishing his players a happy birthday I just think that the more positive marketing that you can get out there it s only going to help the program It s good for the players said Constable They like to see themselves online And it actually helps to create a bond and it helps us connect with the parents We know that at the end of the day they only love their daughter and they care about their daughter and if we can help them see their daughter a little bit more often because were constantly posting stuff on social media then that s good The team also held three ID clinics a day in the life of an NSU soccer player for potential Sharks over the summer in which current players served as camp counselors The camps were resoundingly well received attracting a total of 340 attendees from across the country Constable mostly attributes the success that the team has had so far to the recruiting that his predecessor Michael Goodrich had already done when he was hired But his team bonding efforts in getting this talented group of players to play together toward their common goal despite a down 2014 season will certainly have an impact as well When I first got here we had individual meetings with the players and learned more about them through practice but when I got here there were already seven committed who Coach Goodrich brought in so there wasn t really that much flexibility We did end up bringing two in last minute but that was more because we lost a couple

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  • Coach’s Corner: Jordan Fee | The Current
    his inherited talent After his year at the Air Force Academy Prep School Fee played two seasons at the Division I school University of Detroit Mercy Fee then transferred to West Liberty University in West Virginia and played two more years for a Division II school before ending his collegiate basketball career Fee s first real application of basketball skills was at the University of Clarion near Pittsburgh where he served as a graduate assistant for a year I really got my feet wet and got a chance to do a lot on the court stuff said Fee A year later Fee went back to the University of Detroit to become a graduate assistant and finish his master s degree in athletic leadership This was not just another opportunity for Fee but rather served as one of his best coaching experiences so far Getting to coach with a coach that I was able to play with as a collegiate athlete was one of the best experiences said Fee We had a different dynamic as a coach and coach than coach and player and that certainly benefitted me a lot For Fee coaching is not a nine to five job it s a lifestyle He comes to NSU with a coaching philosophy that revolves around strong coach athlete relationships Coaching is all about relationships how you deal with people and how you treat people said Fee He goes about building these relationships by getting to know his players The more questions I ask these guys the more they understand that I am interested in them said Fee Being young certainly helps too because I m able to understand what they re going through having just gone through it myself Although instantaneous respect is gained by Fee after his first few encounters with the team he believes that it s a matter of time wins and losses before he gains the team s sincere respect and trust With his good character professionalism and integrity Fee hopes to present his athletes with the blueprint of how a college basketball career can be transformed into a great life I try to teach them this by motivating them to strive for their goals and reach their high potentials said Fee Although Coach Fee never gets tired of coaching basketball he prefers playing the game because he likes to have real control of the ball instead of coaching from the side of the court Both sides of the game are very fun and rewarding in different ways said Fee I still play whenever I can Although coaching can be very demanding Fee says he loves the outdoors and always tries to make time for golfing fishing and reading With his ultimate goal of creating champions in life Fee hopes to win a national championship here at NSU and fulfill his dream of becoming a head coach by the age of 30 I m 27 now I m certainly content where I am he said But if

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  • Randa Djabri | The Current
    On the Bench Out of the Shark Zone Athlete of the Week Sherrelle Jordan Out of the Sharkzone for April 19 2016 On the Bench Equal pay for equal play Finding Fitness Boxing Opinions All Faceoffs On the Scene Satire Shark Speak Shark Speak for April 19 2016 Everyone needs a role model Are you even reading this Periods aren t gross period Home Authors Posts by Randa Djabri Randa Djabri 64 POSTS 0 COMMENTS Athlete of the Week Hunter O Mahony Randa Djabri September 29 2015 0 Famous Sharks Randa Djabri September 29 2015 0 Top 10 Hispanic athletes who changed American sports Randa Djabri September 22 2015 0 On the Bench Student athletes are not walking dollar signs Randa Djabri September 15 2015 0 Try these empowering yoga poses for National Yoga Month Randa Djabri September 15 2015 0 Athlete of the Week Kavan Thompson Randa Djabri September 15 2015 0 Let the robot do the job Randa Djabri September 15 2015 0 Athlete of the Week Quannisha Allen Randa Djabri September 1 2015 0 Fitness for beginners Randa Djabri September 1 2015 0 Coach s Corner Jordan Fee Randa Djabri September 1 2015 0 1 2 3 7 Page 1 of 7 Follow Us 588 Fans Like 453 Followers Follow 614 Followers Follow 9 Subscribers Subscribe Popular Articles of the Week I only speak Emoji Chantel Grant April 5 2016 612 0 Goodbye Netflix binges hello movie matinees Li Cohen April 19 2016 106 0 That time I auditioned for So You Think You Can Dance The Current April 19 2016 223 0 TGIF Shopper s guide to Black Friday Roddia Paul November 17 2015 1495 0 University School assistant coach found dead Li Cohen March 25 2016 438 0 Print Edition Student Media Partners Archives by

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