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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 #4: Do you change your approach for road games?  If so, what are these changes?

 

Agnus Berenato (Georgia Tech):  Our approach to raod games are always structured from video to scouting reports to shootaround.  We usually do the pre-game meal the same as home (4 hours before) and arrive at the gym on the court the same as a home game (90 minutes prior)

 

Tricia Floyd (SIU): No

 

Daniel Hipsher (Akron): No--We try to make every game the same. Of course there are given differences due to accommodations/practice times/etc.

 

Greg Kraley (Akron): No

 

Steve Mergelsberg (Rutgers-Newark):  No, but you always have to be aware of your opponents 6th man (crowd)!

 

Arthur Prevost (Akron): I think you as a coach should always factor in the road, that is what makes this game so wonderful, to take your team to a hostile environment, makes the prep so important.   I think the media timeouts become so much more important, if you can manage your timeouts and handle the runs that will happen I think you put your team in a position to win. Time and Score is always important.

 

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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