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COURSE 407:
WINNING STRATEGIES FOR GAME-DAY COACHING

Course Info:


Date: December 9-10

Location:

2017 NFCA National Convention
Bally’s Las Vegas
3645 S Las Vegas Blvd
Las Vegas, Nevada 89109 | View Map
702-967-4111
Hotel Rate is $119.00 + tax. When making reservations, please ask for "NFCA" room block. For online booking click HERE.

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Course Cost: $199

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* If you are re-taking this course please call the NFCA at 502-409-4600 for adjustable rate.

Instructors:

Lonni Alameda
Head Coach, Florida State University

  • Reached NCAA postseason every year, including two WCWS appearance in 2014 and 2016
  • Five straight ACC regular season and four consecutive tournament titles
  • Five-time ACC Coach of the Year and three 50-wins season in the last four years
George Wares
Head Coach, Central (Iowa)

  • Winningest Coach in NCAA Division III and first to record 1,000 victories (1,096)
  • Guided the Dutch to four national titles and two runner-up finishes
  • 28 NCAA DII Tournament berths, including 13 national championships appearances
Kelly Inouye-Perez
Head Coach, UCLA

  • Led UCLA to 12th national title and 11th NCAA Championship in 2012
  • Four WCWS, six Super Regional and 11 NCAA Regional appearances
  • Under her watch, Bruins have earned 27 All-American, 53 All-Region and 75 Pac 10/12 accolades

From film study to creating a game plan, crafting a pre-game warm-up to delivering a post-game speech, this class has you covered with “all things game day”. You will develop and apply the skills of coaching through observation, analysis of game clips and real-time strategy decisions:

  • Analyze selected game match ups. Develop prospective game plans and discuss them in a group setting;
  • Identify opponent's basic game plans;
  • Scout from within a game and assess the strengths and weaknesses of an opponent;
  • Make real-time strategy decisions based on what you see in game clips;
  • Evaluate team and individual performance;
  • Discuss how to handle "teachable moments," during a game;
  • Address difficult coaching situations and brainstorm how to handle them;
  • Also addresses such topics as: personnel decisions, game hitting, bench management, game plan adjustments, pitch calling, giving signs, base coaching, and conducting meetings (pre-game, post-game).
Course Schedule
Saturday Onsite Registration (Hotel): 5:00 - 6:00 p.m.
Saturday: 6:00 - 10:00 p.m.
Sunday: 9:00 a.m. – 9:00 p.m.