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Thursday, October 24 • 11:00am - 12:00pm
Jim Hammond's "Coaching Theories for Today's Coaches" in Conference 2

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Description:  An analysis of past and present theories for today's coaches. The presentation is for coaches of all levels and applicable to all sports. Audience participation and discussion are an integral part of this presentation.
About Your Presenter: Jim Hammond is a Professor at Chowan University where he teaches and directs Student Teaching for Health & Physical Education. A Tiffin University "Athletic Hall of Fame" member, Jim is one of the most successful Men's Basketball coaches in Tiffin University's history. Hammond coached the Dragons from 1986-97, leading the Dragons to three NAIA National Tournament appearances. Tiffin University also won two District 22 Championships and one Mid-Ohio Conference Championship during that period. The Dragons were consistently ranked in the top 20 in the nation over his career. Hammond won 171 games, including a 114-48 stretch from 1988-93. He is a two-time District 22 and Mid-Ohio Conference Coach of the Year. He earned a Bachelor's degree from Otterbein College and two Master's degrees from Xavier University.

Thursday October 24, 2019 11:00am - 12:00pm EDT
Conference 2

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