Making Winning Championships a Habit
After enormous success at the Junior College level, Mick Haley became the first coach of a non-West Coast university to win an NCAA Division I National Championship when he did it at Texas. After coaching in the Olympics, he once more led a college team to the top while running the USC program.
His resume includes:
- 2000 Olympics coach for the USA Women’s National Team
- NCAA Division I National Championships with two different universities.
- 6 Junior College National Championships
- Well over 1000 career victories
- Member of multiple coaching halls of fame.
Here’s some of what Mick discusses in his interview:
– Coach development and education
– Working with male vs female players
– When things aren’t as good as you’re used to
– Creating a volleyball powerhouse at Texas
– The influence of the international game on US coaching
Play this excerpt for a taste of the sort of insights and ideas you’ll get from the full interview:
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