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UNC Asheville Coaches Clinic
Coaches Clinic

This program and its philosophy will help coaches enable their players to improve at a much faster rate.  Their athletes will be able to execute all of the fundamentals of shooting, passing, dribbling, running, and rebounding much better and therefore play at a higher level.

October 12th, 2013
Time: 9:00am - 3:00pm
Check-in: 8:15am - 8:55am
Cost: $30/Individual
$25/Additional staff member from same school

Print Mail-In Registration (PDF)

Includes: Light Breakfast, Lunch, DVD of Morning Session and Notebook

Location: Kimmel Arena

Schedule
8:15-8:55am
  • Registration at Kimmel Arena
9:00-9:15am
  • Welcome and instructions
    - Coach Mock
9:15-9:40am
  • Guard Development and shooting drills
    - Coach Brown/Coach Barber
9:40-10:05am
  • Post development
    – Coach Crayton
10:05–10:50am
  • Dribble drive offense basics
    -Coach Mock
10:50–11:15am
  • Incorporating ACL prevention and strengthening
    -Omar Ahmad
11:20–11:50am
  • Men’s basketball presentation

11:50–12:25pm
  • Competitive Drills
    - Coach Mock
12:25- 1:00pm
  • Lunch – Leadership discussion and Q &A
    – Coach Mock
1:15pm- 3:00pm
  • Watch Bulldog practice

 


Hosted by Coach Brenda Mock Kirkpatrick

A native of Waynesville, Mock graduated from Tuscola High School in 1996 as a decorated student and athlete. While maintaining a 4.2 grade-point average, she lettered in softball and volleyball in addition to her stellar hoops career, where she was an honorable mention All-America selection by Street & Smith and USA Today in 1995 and 1996, while setting two state records for free throws: most in a game (25-of-25) and most consecutive (39), totaling 51 points in the game she hit 25 free throws. Kirkpatrick was the Asheville Citizen-Times Player of the Year for three consecutive seasons. She played for John Best at Tuscola in basketball.