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Hometown/Previous school(s) Parents/Guardians, Siblings Major/Year in school Hobbies What’s the best thing you like about basketball? Question (person previous will have a question )
Try your Hardest. Make the Effort. Do your Best. - John Wooden
#1 – To get the best education possible. A Westminster education will help better your life when you start living in the “real world.” #2 – You love basketball. You want to be apart of a team. You enjoy your teammates. To have a enjoyable, positive hard, working experience. What else?
Time management Academics Rule Support system Priorities Leadership
There’s a reason student comes first in the word student-athlete: education comes before sports. - John Wooden Teacher-student relationships Sit in the front row Always let the teacher know when we will be gone two weeks before
“Don’t do anything detrimental to you, because if its detrimental to you, its detrimental to our women’s basketball program and to Westminster College.”
I don’t like rules, rules hinder leadership If you do something detrimental to yourself, our coaching staff will deal with it accordingly. This will usually consist of some sort of physical conditioning. You won’t like it! Student Handbook Student Athlete Handbook
This is our Basketball Family…… Put numbers in cell phones
List the top 5 priorities in your life. Don’t show anyone. Keep this list in your binders to look at when needed.
Chain of Command Coach Gustin Our Staff Our Seniors Rest of Team
These are our core team characteristics, they are what we will attempt to create. If we do, we will undoubtedly have a successful year… Communication Trust Respect Collective Responsibility Pride
Play Hard Defend Be Unselfish Rebound Make a great decision
What is success ? What is success to ‘our’ team?
Goal sheets must be finished by our next team meeting – 1 st day of practice/Oct 1