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NSCAA launches Summer Symposium
by Mike Woitalla, April 29th, 2013 10:08PM
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TAGS:  high school boys, high school girls, youth boys, youth girls


[COACHING EDUCATION] The NSCAA, whose January convention has become the world's largest gathering of coaches since its inception 66 years ago, is launching a Summer Symposium, to be held Aug. 1-3 in Orlando. Former U.S. national team coaches Bob Gansler and Tony DiCicco are among the presenters at the summer event that also enables the NSCAA to honor high school players and coaches from the winter and spring seasons.

The NSCAA launched the Summer Symposium in part for coaches unable to attend the January Convention. Like the Convention, the Symposium features an exhibitors’ hall and coaching education sessions.

Among the sessions is the opening panel addressing the question: “How far have we advanced in our development of Coaching Education and Player Development in the United States?”  Moderated by NSCAA CEO Joe Cummings, the panel is comprised of Gansler, NSCAA Director of Coaching Education Ian Barker, University of Florida head coach Becky Burleigh, former U.S. star Tony Sanneh and former Everton youth academy coach Tosh Farrell.

For more information on the NSCAA Summer Symposium at the Orlando World Center Aug. 1-3, click HERE.

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