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CHN's Coaching Week

Agnus Berenato Tricia Floyd Dan Hipsher Greg Kraley Tanya Haave Art Prevost Bobbi Morse

February 26th, 2003

Question #1: What, or who, has been the biggest force in creating the coaching philosophies you utilize today?

 

Agnus Berenato (Georgia Tech):  MaChelle Joseph-my assistant coach.  She came with great ideas from Lin Dunn and Joe Ciampi and various USA team coaches.  SHe loves X's and O's and is refreshing in her teaching.

 

Tricia Floyd (SIU): My high school coach, Harold Shepherd. 

 

Tanya Haave (Colorado):  The biggest influence in creating my coaching philosophy is my college coach, Pat Summitt.  I would also add that a big influence is my current Head Coach, Ceal Barry....both Pat and Ceal share a lot in terms of philosophy but those are the two biggest influences in developing my coaching philosophy.

 

Daniel Hipsher (Akron):  Don Donoher. I worked for him for 10 years at Dayton--He was a coaching genius.

 

Greg Kraley (Akron): Bob knight and Coach K.

 

Steve Mergelsberg (Rutgers-Newark):  This may sound crazy but a combination of Bob Knight, Jerry Tarkanian and Red Holzman.
 

Bobbi Morse (SLU):  The most influential person/s in my career have been the Head Coaches I have worked for in the past.  I like to go to clinics, but I feel until you have seen the things work and have tweeked them to a certain degree it is hard to execute those items.

Arthur Prevost (Akron):  Wow, I have to say that the last 2 Coaches I have worked for, Dan Monson (Head Coach University of Minnesota and Mike Petersen Associate Coach).  I enjoy the structure along with freedom. I am a big Tom Izzo fan, he coaches with so much passion. 

Continue to the next question:

Question One:  The biggest force in creating your coaching philosophy has been..

Question Two:  Do you feel offenses should be catered to players?
Question Three:  Who do you feel is the most original  X's and O's coach out there?  What's the wackiest play you've ever seen work?

Question Four: Do you change your approach for road games?

Question Five: Breaking down basketball into three simple maxims..
Question Six: What's your most trusted teaching drill and why?.

We'd like the following coaches for their help in CHN's Coaching Week.  Agnus Berenato (Georgia Tech), Tricia Floyd (SIU), Tanya Haave (Colorado), Daniel Hipsher (Akron), Greg Kraley (Akron), Bobbi Morse (SLU), Arthur Prevost (Akron). Special thanks goes out to Steve Mergelsberg (Rutgers-Newark)

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