The pre-season parents' night

Hoch, David
September 1996
Coach & Athletic Director;Sep96, Vol. 66 Issue 2, p4
Discusses tips for collegiate varsity coaches concerning topics to address in a pre-season meeting with college athletes and their parents. Includes team rules; Procedure for selecting team members; Expectations from athletes; Factors determining an athlete's playing time.


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