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Implementing The "Tagging Up" Philosophy With Your Team | James Janssen Davidson Women's Basketball Assistant Coach
Davidson Women's Basketball Assistant Coach James Janssen joins the podcast to discuss the "Tagging Up" philosophy first created by Aaron Fearne. Coach Janssen shares how and why they decided to implement the concept with their team a few seasons ago along with the emphasis being on transition defense and not solely on offensive rebounding. He explains how the staff introduced the philosophy to the team, drills they focused on in order to build the habit and evaluate the results they have seen over the last few seasons.
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The Uconn Standard, Accountability & Role of a Manager ft. Tim Tamallanca (Uconn WBB Manager)
Uconn Women's Basketball manager Tim Tamallanca has grown up around hoops his entire life! The son of Quinnipiac head coach Tricia Fabbri, Tim always thought he would attend QU but he ended up at Uconn and is reflecting back on his 3 years as a manager with the women's basketball team under Hall of Fame Coach Geno Auriemma.... We discuss
- The COVID Year and how it impacted the role of a manager
- Growing up a Quinnipiac Fan
- The requirements to become a manager
- Practice player tryouts & expectations
- Being committed to the job
- No job is to small & why the details matter
- His favorite memory during his 3 years
- QU vs. Uconn NCAA Game in 2018
- What a typical game day and practice looks like for a manager
- Takeaways from the coaching staff
- The player he appreciated most
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Climbing The Coaching Ladder, Practical Tips & The Power of Relationships ft. Ryan Gensler | Dayton Women's Basketball Assistant Coach
University of Dayton Assistant Women's Basketball Coach Ryan Gensler joins the podcast! He discusses his coaching journey and we get into the details of each one of his stops leading up to his current position at Dayton. He offers a ton of advice for young coaches and shares some practical tips for how to be the best at the job you currently have & more....
GA/DOBO at Providence - The role of a Director Of Basketball OperationsAssistant Coach at St. Bonaventure Coaching in a Sweet 16Shifting to a Recruiting Coordinator position at Loyola Maryland Delegating and Organizing as a RC - Relationship building in recruitingMaking the jump to the University of Florida as a video coordinatorWhat He learned About Graphics/video/analyticsHow To Make Scouting Reports more engagingCurrent experience back at Dayton with Shauna GreenCoach Gensler's Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/ryangensler/
Coach Gensler's Twitter - https://twitter.com/RyanGensler
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Playing at Stanford, WNBA Journey & What Players Truly Need ft. Val Whiting
Former Pac10 Rookie and Player of the year Val Whiting joins the podcast! Val shares her experiences not just in college but playing professionally overseas, in the WNBA and as an alternate for the USA National Team. We discuss...
- Tara Vanderveer's philosophy
- Coach Val's Tik Tok Fame
- Film & Scout at Stanford
- Stanford Practice & Skill Development
- Playing Through The Post
- Post Players Shooting Jumpers
- USA National Tryouts
- Mental Health Struggles
- Adjusting to Less Playing Time
- How Coaches Can Help Their Players Through Struggle
- Why Sports Psychologists Are KEY
We finish off the episode with a fun Quick Hitters segment per usual!
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Building a Championship Program ft. Former Fairfield University Coach Dianne Nolan
After 28 years at Fairfield University, legendary Coach Dianne Nolan knows what it takes to build a program from the ground up. We discuss....
Her first day on the job as a head coach Recruiting back in the dayWhat Coach Fabbri (Quinnipiac Head Coach) was like as a player Playing Through The PostThe evolution of the 3pt line Making adjustments late in the season Advice for young assistantsHow to become a better public speaker Developing a work ethic Game Day Coaching AttireIf you enjoyed the episode be sure to leave a review!
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Revolution Basketball & Micah Lancaster's Training Philosophy ft. Jenniqua Bailey & Jaquann Starks
Jaquann Starks and Jenniqua Bailey, skill enhancement trainers at the Revolution Basketball facility in Manchester Connecticut join the pod! We start the episode with the story behind Micah Lancaster and how he structures his I'm Possible training programs, certifications and workouts. Next we shift gears to talk about the most important elements to training such as terminology and footwork, along with advice for high school athletes who may have had their seasons cancelled and are struggling to gain exposure. We wrap up with our usual "Quick Hitters" rapid fire segment and talk stationary ball handling, the NCAA Tournament and their favorite training tools.
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Official Website - https://www.revolutionbasketballtraining.com