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Hometown:
raleigh, nc
Gender Coached
Mens, Womens
Level Coached
Jr. High, High School, NCAA D2
Playing Experience
High School, NCAA D2
School
mount zion christian academy

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looking for assistant coach position at the College level..

If any college coaches out there looking for a hard working assistant...look no further..will move anywhere for an opportunity...just think someone gave you a chance, please give someone else a chance to show and prove that they have the loyality that all coaches want on their staff..Been a HS Boys and Girls coach for 10yrs and seen many talented players..also volunteered at a DII university for the past 4 yrs Willing to bring player w/me...

Posted on August 27, 2011 at 2:21pm — 1 Comment

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At 6:20am on September 12, 2011, Sam Sisley said…
Hey man. Unfortunately the coach texted me and said the position has been filled. But I want you to try contact the other schools in our conference. This league would be perfect for you to gwt your start in college bball. The other schools are crown college (tn), johnson university (tn), kentucky christian university (ky), freewill baptist bible college (tn), boyce college (ky)
At 3:02pm on September 11, 2011, Sam Sisley said…
Just out of interest send it to my email too... Sizzla_222@yahoo.com
At 2:58pm on September 11, 2011, Sam Sisley said…
I texted the head coach to say you sent an email. Not sure how much influence I would have but ill try help if I can. Are you a christian? The school is a christian college, has chapel 3 times a week etc, all students do some bible classes. Let me know if/ when he replies
At 4:23pm on August 29, 2011, Sam Waniewski said…

Stephen, 

 

As I'm sure you konw, breaking into the college game as an assistant is certainly a difficult task.  My best recommendation would be for you to join Randy Brown's coach mentoring program.  I joined it about two years ago, and I wouldn't have the D1 opportunity that I have no if it weren't for him.  You can go to his website at www.coachrb.com. Please don't hesitate to contact me for any advice about anything.

 
 
 

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