The Quinnipiac Bobcats are a Division I school competing in the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference. The men’s and women’s hockey teams do not compete in the conference, but play in the ECAC Hockey program, while the women’s field hockey team joined the Big East Conference in 2016. Quinnipiac has seven men’s varsity sports and 14
Coach Koizumi gives advice to high school athletes who are looking to play at the next level.
Chris Nilsen, University of South Dakota junior and three-time NCAA title pole vaulting champ, reached new heights in the 2018-19 track and field season. In April, Nilsen beat the 2016 Olympic bronze medalist and 2017 World Champion Sam Kendricks to win the pole vault at the 110th Drake Relays. He cleared the bar with a
Chad Martinovich became the Head Football Coach at the University of Rochester in 2018. Coach Marinovich led the Yellowjackets to a 1-9 overall this year. Five of his players were named All-Liberty League and eight earned All-UAA accolades following the season. Before coming to Rochester, Martinovich engineered a strong and consistent MIT football program over
Former Ashland University standout Kari Pickens (Daugherty) recently took over the reins of her alma mater as the new women’s basketball coach during the 2018-19 season. Transferring to Ashland from Division I Dayton after her sophomore year in 2011, Pickens put together one of the best back-to-back seasons as a player in Division II women’s
Baker Dunleavy was named Head Basketball Coach for Quinnipiac University on March 28, 2017. Coach Dunleavy is a young coach who is well respected. He Spent seven years with the basketball staff at Villanova University. He helped guide the Wildcats to capturing a national championship in 2016. They had a 77-74 win over the esteemed
Amanda Reckamp was recently named the new head softball coach at Minnesota State University Moorhead (MSUM). During her first season of 2018-2019, she worked hard to revamp the Dragons softball team. Under Reckamp’s guidance, the Dragons were able to break the doubles record in mid-April. Reckamp coached at Grinnell College for eight seasons. In 2018,
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The C.A.L.C. was thrilled to have Keirsten Sires come and speak to us on multiple topics relevant to high school athletics today, including recruiting. Keirsten reached all of our students and left them with great strategies that will not only help on the fields, courts, and mats, but also in the game of recruiting. She was a true professional and delivered a wonderful message.
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