The High School Coaches Club podcast brings together some of the best minds in high school sports in an effort to improve the sports experience for high school athletes, in addition to the daily lives of high school coaches. The podcast features riveting stories from players, trainers, administrators, and coaches, while providing everything from fundraising ideas, to practice planning concepts, to culture-building promotions.
78. Dunn Muramaru, Mid-Pacific Institute (HI)
BASEBALL: Closing in on nearly 40 years as the head baseball coach at MPI, and almost 50 years as a head high school baseball coach in Hawaii, Dunn Muramaru is a legend in the baseball community.
77. Nick Britton, Southern Boone MS (MO)
WRESTLING: He spent 12 years at the high school level, including four as a head coach, before entering his latest role as the head wrestling coach at Southern Boone Middle School.
76. Bryan Madsen, St. Joseph HS (CA)
An MTV writer turned United States Marine turned high school baseball coach, Bryan Madsen epitomizes the growth mindset that so many coaches preach to their student-athletes. Madsen, who also coaches for USA Baseball, is entering his second year as a head coach after a long stint as an assistant at Arroyo Grande HS.
75. Ryan Johnson, Mountain View HS (OR)
BASEBALL: In his first year in the program, only 26 players tried out. He followed 5 different head coaches in 7 years. With stability (now in year seven), a community effort, and a lot of grit, Ryan Johnson has turned the Mountain View baseball program into a budding powerhouse in Central Oregon.
74. Greg Berge, Lake City HS (MN)
BASKETBALL: Greg Berge jumps on the call to discuss culture, foundational aspects of coaching, and the opportunities coaches have to impact student-athletes.
73. Robin Meier, Stayton HS (OR), ret.
DANCE: In 26 seasons as a head coach, Robin Meier’s teams won the state championship 15 times, including 12 consecutive state titles from 2003-2014.
A must listen for High School Coaches
Cannot say enough about what Max is doing on this podcasts. As a high school coach it is sometimes hard to find relatable content for the situation you are going through. Since Max focuses on high school coaches everything you hear is relevant for a HS coaches perspective. No matter what sport you coach you can pull things from the best across the country each and every episode. His questions feel more like a conversation than interview and before you know it the podcasts is over, leaving you wanting more!
Coach Price is crushing it with this podcast. Love the variety of guests and learn something every single time! Look forward to the next episode.
This is a great podcast for you coaches at wanting to grow your game. Great information and very well done each episode.