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Mike Lynch is the Head Women's Soccer Coach at Belmont Abbey College and is the school's all-time wins leader. He also serves as the Chair of United Soccer Coaches Faith-Based Coaches Advocacy group. In the video below, Lynch talks about the Faith-Based Coaches group...
The NFHS Rules committee met for two days this past January. While the actual votes on specific rules proposals cannot be discussed or revealed I would say the votes were very positive from the coach’s perspective. The United Soccer Coaches perspective was asked for...
With the start of the 2019 Women's World Cup just one day away the Women Coaches Advocacy Group reached out to a few of its members to get their thoughts about the 1999 World Cup, the current state of the women's game, how it has changed since '99 and how it can still...
. @UnitedCoaches and @MOCSAkc have partnered on a course to educate coaches on how to notice signs of abuse, learn how to interrupt situations that cross boundaries, & practice strategies for supporting those that have experienced sexual abuse & assault
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