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1. Baseball Coaches Bios
For further info. or for a. Brochure. call ( 732) 5285392. email bethebest @ baseball Coaching Staff Participants. Call him the "Thinking Mans" pitching coach. teaches about throwing a baseball revolves around a pitcher using when he addresses six specific ways to improve hitting is to provide each athlete with personalized instruction and

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Pat McMahon
University of Florida Success has followed Pat McMahon at every stop he’s made on the coaching carousel. From Old Dominion to Mississippi State to Florida he has built teams that can compete with anyone in the country. Even here at the "Be the Best You Are’’ clinics McMahon, who first appeared in 1982, has put together the most successful staff clinics we’ve ever had, including last year when he had the USA Baseball staff clinic. This year he will once again provide insights into how a total program is put together with the help of two of his assistants at Florida where he took over in 2002 and led the team to the NCAA tournament. He arrived there after serving four years as the head baseball coach at Mississippi State where he led the Bulldogs to a College World Series appearance in 1998, two consecutive NCAA Super Regional berths (2000 and 2001), four straight NCAA Regional berths and compiled a 164-88 overall record. In nine years as a head coach at both Mississippi State (1998-2001) and Old Dominion (1990-94), he has amassed a 353-174 record and .670 winning percentage. Last summer McMahon served as head coach of the USA Baseball National Team for the third time. Joe Kerrigan

2. University At Buffalo - Baseball - Go Bulls!
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Bill Breene
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310 Stadium Bill Breene is set to begin his fifth season as head coach of the recently resurrected UB baseball program. After almost a 20-year absence, the University at Buffalo reinstated baseball as a varsity sport in November of 1998 and began play as an NCAA Division I independent in 2000. Last season (2003) marked UB's fourth as a member of the Mid-American Conference, a conference nationally recognized for its rich baseball tradition. The return to coaching for Breene signified a career that has come full circle. He began his career in intercollegiate athletics as an assistant baseball coach at his alma mater, the University of Southern Mississippi, where he was a four-year starter for the Golden Eagles. Breene attended USM as both an undergraduate and graduate student, majoring in Health, Physical Education and Recreation and Athletic Administration and Coaching, respectively. "When I was asked if I would be interested in rebuilding our baseball program, I was thrilled," Breene said. "Having been here (UB) throughout the entire athletic upgrade endeavor, I knew that we would be given the support and opportunity to be successful. UB has done that by providing us with a budget to compete, allowing us to travel to regions where we can get games in early March, and continuing efforts to renovate Amherst Audubon Field to a level comparable to other MAC schools. In a short time, we have built a great foundation for the future of the program."

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4. Baseball Coaches Bios
At the main session Saturday Eriksen will offer specific drills to develop throwing Anative of Pacific, Missouri, Wells was a threesport athlete in high

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Softball Coaching Participants Mike Candrea
University of Arizona
Head Coach of USA Olympic Team 2004 JOHN RITTMAN
Stanford University Assistant USA Olympic Coach 2004 Ken Ericksen University of South Florida Assistant USA Olympic Coach – 2004 Ralph Weekly University of Tennessee LINDA WELLS Arizona State 2004 Greek Head Olympic Coach JAY MILLER Mississippi State University Scott Whitlock Kennesaw State EUGENE LENTI DePaul University KAREN JOHNS University of Florida KATHY ARENDSEN University of Oregon J. GAUDREAU University of Oregon MIKE WHITE University of Oregon
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5. The Training Station - Bios
Personal training gym, we help with weight loss, muscle building, sport specific training and general conditioning in a private atmosphere. how to blend fitness with a "normal" lifestyle. From athlete to beginner, Ryan can provide you with the knowledge Aside from personal training Ted's passions are running baseball.
Joseph Abatecola Joseph is the founder and head personal trainer of The Training Station . Joseph is one of the founders of the Training Station II. He is an ACE certified personal trainer. Joseph also holds a BFA in Dance from The Boston Conservatory. Areas of related study include Kinesiology and Pedagogy. Joseph was a professional dancer for ten years and has toured in musicals such as A Chorus Line South Pacific , and Phantom of the Opera . While living in New York City Joseph worked as a personal trainer. Past clients range from Broadway stars to Wall Street executives. Joseph created BalletFit and Power Dance specifically for The Training Station and is certified to teach the Pilates* mat classes. In his spare time, Joseph competes in 5 and 10K's and enjoys golf. Joseph recently completed his first marathon!
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Baseball Often referred to as America's national pastime, baseball made its debut as an official Olympic sport on July 26, 1992, in Barcelona, Spain. Before 1992, baseball had often been seen in various exhibition and demonstration games throughout modern Olympic history. In time, baseball became so popular that it was scheduled to become an official sport at the 1940 Olympic Games in Japan. However, due to World War II, the Games were canceled and baseball was overlooked as an official Olympic sport for the next 52 years. The Olympic Committee formally decided baseball would be an official sport in 1992. Click a link to
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Brett Dombrova Brett graduated with a BS in Finance from Wake Forest University in 1999. He then worked in a financial analyst role for years in Atlanta for SunTrust Bank and Cinnabon. Brett spent 2 years at Cinnabon where he instituted a new bakery planning process for the company, created financial models for evaluating new business opportunities in wholesaling and credit card sales, and developed new internal financial reporting systems. He also worked part time for Blue Sky Sports, a company that coordinates and directs triathlons throughout Georgia, as race logistics manager and assistant race director during the summer. Brett intends to use his prior experience in business, his passion and knowledge for sports, and the education gained in the W. P. Carey MBA Sports Business Program to attain an upper financial management position in the industry.
Mark Dunkerley Mark graduated from Vanderbilt University in 1999 with a Bachelor's degree in Human and Organizational Development. Mark joined Vanderbilt's athletic department as a fundraiser in the Major Gifts office in 2000, where he worked with their endowed scholarship program and the baseball stadium campaign as part of an $80 million capital campaign for Athletics. In June of 2001, Mark switched over to marketing. As promotions coordinator, he oversaw marketing and promotions at all athletic events, with an emphasis on football, men's basketball, women's basketball, and baseball. Mark's desire to become an A.D. at a major division I institution led him to the W. P. Carey MBA Sports Business Program. He currently has an assistantship with ASU Athletics working in the CRM Department.

8. Clemson University :: General Releases, The Official Athletic Site
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9. SCC - Athletics Department: Baseball Head Coach, Mike Nicholson
Nicholson was named Freshman athlete of the Year in coaching career in American Legionbaseball (Post 23 in you to contact the College, specific department, or
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Head coach Mike Nicholson enters his third season managing the SCC baseball program with continued high expectations for his team and program. He brings significant experience at many levels of baseball to the job, and he anticipates the continued success of the program. "One of my key responsibilities as coach is to help my players move on to the next level, whether it be four-year collegiate programs or professional baseball. My coaching and scouting background have provided me with the experience and contacts to help my players advance. My goal is to build SCC baseball into a nationally recognized winning program for top-flight student-athletes. I take special pride in the number of our athletes who move on to the next level of play." Nicholson, a native of North Carolina, took the helm at SCC after a highly successful tenure as head coach of Clarkson University in Potsdam, NY. At Clarkson, Nicholson lead the Golden Knights to a number of honors: top 25 national ranking, top 5 New York State ranking, ECAC Conference Champions, and university record for wins. Nicholson’s players also garnered awards: one All-America, one GTE Academic All-America, New York State Player of the Year, seven named to conference All-Star squad, ECAC tournament MVP, and Conference Rookie of the Year. Nicholson capped off his tenure at Clarkson by being named Conference Coach of the Year.

10. Biographies -- Sport South Bibliography
specific sport greats in basketball, football, etc. presents a personal look atAmerica s athlete of the Half Century when he played baseball for the
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North Carolina State National Championship . Charlotte, N.C.: UMI Publications, 1983. LOC 83-178661
Baggs, T. L. Stop Howard Cosell
Satire of why everyone loves to hate America's favorite sportscaster. Includes comic book illustrations of Cosell, a Durham, N.C. native, in action and an order form to purchase "Stop Howard Cosell" merchandise. East Hartford, CT: Tidemark Press, 1983. ISBN 0-936846-20-8
Bogues, Tyrone and David Levine. In the Land of the Giants: My Life in Basketball
Hauser, Thomas. Arnold Palmer: A Personal Journey
Hunter, Jim and Armen Keteyian. Catfish: My Life in Baseball
The Hertford, N.C. native recalls his tumultuous days as the Yankees closer, his greatest games and a reflection on his "toughest outs." An excellent biography of Catfish. New York: McGraw-Hill, 1988. ISBN 0-07-031371-7
Hurley, Bob and Phil Pepe. Divided Loyalties: The Diary of a Basketball Father
Bob Hurley , Sr. takes the reader back to the 1992 East Regional Semifinal where his sons Bobby and Danny squared off for Duke and Seton Hall respectively. What follows is an autobiography of how Hurley built tiny St. Anthony's High into a college recruiter's feeding ground. New York: Kensington Publishing, 1993. ISBN 0-8217-4391-0 Jordan, P.

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12. TCC Athletics Hall Of Fame - Bios
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The following year, the Eagles began intercollegiate play and their effort was the finest ever by a first-year program in the National Junior College Athletic Association. Peaking at number three nationally, TCC became the first school in NJCAA history to achieve a national ranking in its first season. That same year, Gillespie's Eagles also earned an unprecedented number one ranking among Florida community colleges.
Gillespie, who also served as Athletic Director from 1994-2001, won at least 21 games each season on his way to a career record of 258-56. The Eagles made their first of six post-season appearances in 1994, advancing to the Florida Community College Activities Association State Tournament as Panhandle Conference runners-up. In 1996, Gillespie led TCC to its first Panhandle Conference Championship, becoming the first team to go through the conference schedule undefeated.
The highlight of his TCC career came a year later when the Eagles won their second straight conference title, as well as their first state championship. The 35-2 Eagles finished third in the NJCAA National Tournament.

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I am currently employed at Dalhart High School, in Dalhart Tx. In fotball, I coach Defensive ends on the varsity level, but also have experience with defensive tackles and the O-line and I am an assistant baseball coach in the spring. I coached three state qualifiers in the Shot Put in class 4AAAA last year in New Mexico, with one of them winning state, so I have experience in Track and Field as well. I am just exploring my options. YourName: Shane W. Tuck
I am a Dec 02 Grad of Sam Houston State University. I have been substitute teaching for the last year as I finish up my certificate. I am currently in an AC program and I am eligible for a probationary certificate. I have taken the ExCET and posted a passing grade. I teach History, Health, PE, and can work in special ed. I am interested in coaching football and baseball. I would like a freshman job or higher, but I don't object to doing junior high. I have one year varsity experience at Carrollton Christian Academy as varsity offensive and defensive line coach, Offensive Coordinator, varsity track and baseball, jv girl’s basketball.

14. Spotlight Sport - Baseball explains a bunch of baseballspecific terms and rules, often All AboutAthletes Check out USA baseball s site for bios on the coming Olympians.
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Often referred to as America's national pastime, baseball made its debut as an official Olympic sport on July 26, 1992, in Barcelona, Spain. Before 1992, baseball had often been seen in various exhibition and demonstration games throughout modern Olympic history. In time, baseball became so popular that it was scheduled to become an official sport at the 1940 Olympic Games in Japan. However, due to World War II, the Games were canceled and baseball was overlooked as an official Olympic sport for the next 52 years. The Olympic Committee formally decided baseball would be an official sport in 1992.
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Each baseball game has nine innings, with three "outs" per side in each inning. Three strikes equal an out and four "balls" (pitches outside the strike zone that are not swung at by the batter) result in a walk. Teams score a run when a batter safely reaches all four bases.

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One player serves until 5 points have been scored, after which the opponent serves for the next 5 points. A game is won by the player who first scores 21 points. If, however, the score is tied at 20, play continues until one player gains a 2-point advantage, with the service changing after each point. A match consists of three games out of five. Competition
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TODD SMITH DIRECTOR OF ATHLETIC PERFORMANCE Coach Smith is in his third year as Director of Athletic Performance. Coach Smith was the Assistant Director of Athletic Performance at Pacific before heading to San Jose State University for a short stint. With Smith back in Stockton the Athletic Performance Center has been revamped. The weight room was upgraded to 10 Weightlifting Platforms built into the floor, 10 Squat Racks, 10 Bench Presses (9 adjustable Incline Benches), 6 adjustable Plyometric Boxes, 80 Olympic Weightlifting Bumper Plates, 10 Olympic Weightlifting bars, and 5 Ultra-light bars. "Our Athletic Director, Lynn King, understands the importance of Strength and Conditioning and has shown his support by helping to upgrade the facilities and equipment each year," said Smith. The Conditioning Room contains the 1,500 sq/ft Swain SportsMat floor which decreases impact forces, is used during plyometric workouts, core strengthening and agility activities. In addition to the floor the conditioning room now houses 15 Schwinn Spin Bikes for low impact team conditioning. Injured athletes can now wheel a spin bike from the conditioning room and take it to practice to mainatin fitness levels when not able to run. This year's focus has been the purchasing of 5 Tendo Sports Powerlyzers. These units measure the speed and powerout of the athletes' movements. The athletes will now have a quantified measure of how fast they move during an exercise. The athletes see the power output measured in watts or the velocity measured in meters per second, and they can try to beat that number every rep. Each repetition's velocity and powerout is measured and can be recorded.

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More and more children are concentrating on just one sport at an early age. And that can have serious physical consequences.
Each year, nearly 5 million American youngsters play baseball or softball. According to the American Academy of Pediatrics, between 2 and 8 percent of these children are injured.
Anthony Pierro, 11, of Fort Lee, N.J., wishes he was whizzing fastballs over home plate. But a shoulder injury has sidelined him from his favorite position, reports The Saturday Early Show.
"I was on the mound and just one sudden pitch, I felt my arm hurt, and I said to my coach, 'My arm hurts and I don't want to throw.'" Anthony recalls.
An X-ray revealed Anthony had a widened growth plate in his shoulder. Known as "Little League shoulder," the condition is most common among pitchers and other positions that require frequent and forceful throwing. No one was caught more off guard by the diagnosis than Anthony's dad, Albert, who is also his coach. He thought they were doing everything right. Says he, "We always warmed up and did the stretches so it came as a very big surprise."

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Christie is the director of the Personal Training, Nutrition, and Land Group Fitness departments. Christie is an experienced manager, certified personal trainer and has taught a wide variety of group fitness classes. She looks forward to applying her skills and passion for fitness in the delivery of quality programs and services at the Valley. Christie Agtarap
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Nelson is a self-described "people-person." He pursued his degree and personal training certification with the desire and goal of helping people. He focuses on helping people improve their lives through achieving their health and fitness levels. Nelson is an active athlete himself competing over the years in power lifting and body building. He describes his training style as powered and specialized in sports and general condition, power lifting and body building.

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