A Coaching Institution
Dave Shoji is Hawaii volleyball. For more than 40 years he’s been at the helm of a college program which is always at or near the top of the annual attendance figures rankings, with thousands of people coming out to watch his teams play. How many of us would love to coach in front of crowds like that?
His resume includes:
- More NCAA Division I Women’s Volleyball wins than anyone (approaching 1200)
- Four national championships and over 30 trips to the NCAA tournament
- 12-time conference, 10-time region, and twice national Coach of the Year
- AVCA Hall of Fame inductee and named on of the all-time great coaches by USA Volleyball in 2002
Here’s some of what Dave discusses in his interview:
– Staying in one position for so long
– The pressure of coaching where there is a lot of fan support
– Dealing with problem personalities in the team
– Remembering that coaching is about the players, not about the coach
Play this excerpt for a taste of the sort of insights and ideas you’ll get from the full interview:
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