Soccer has been a part of my life for as long as I can remember. From playing on recreational youth teams, to college, and now to my job today, soccer has been there. While learning the fundamentals of the game was the objective, I also learned there was much more to soccer than the … Continue reading “Character Development Through Sport”
Sadly, 2015 has already produced its share of disappointing sports stories. In the midst of more well-covered national stories, you might have missed this story from a few weeks ago: A high school girls basketball coach in California was suspended for two games after his team beat another team 161-2. That’s not a typo. I’m … Continue reading “Final score: 161-2”
By Dave Keller, Director of Transformation & Strategic Initiatives The moment last night was powerful and uplifting — and well deserved. In the history of Major League Baseball, no one has done what New York Yankees’ relief pitcher Mariano Rivera has done. Simply put: He is the greatest closing relief pitcher ever. But that’s not … Continue reading “Character & Class: Why We Love #42”
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