Trinity College -
Men's Baseball Coach,
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Over 1 year ago
Well knowledged in some, not all facets of the game. Bryan is a good coach, but room to become a great one. Intense, but lacks clarity and honesty with his team and his players. That is where most of the divide comes from. Not his passion or love for the game. Listen to his actions not his words.
About 2 years ago
High baseball IQ. Good motivator.
Very knowledgeable and and caring about the game
Coach Adamski knows the game and runs a well scheduled practice. When the ball is rolling in the right direction he trusts you and things are great. However, when adversity hits he tightens up and shows his emotions - which can negatively impact a team. You also shouldn't get tied up with idea of him liking you as a person.
Brain is a good Coach. He knows the game and runs a smooth sailing ship. But, he lacks flexibility with his players away from his style and to open his mind to new parts of the game. His lack of personal skills with his players turns to an issue while communicating his constructive criticism. It creates uncertainty in his players endangering unity.
Knows the game inside and out. Passionate about his players.
Coach Adamski is an intense coach who will be emotionally invested in every game he coaches. He demands the very best from his players and will be direct and honest with his assessments. Although he is not considered to be a "players coach" he wants too see his players develop and succeed. Extremely knowledgable about the game.
Very intelligent, young coach. Always willing to go the extra mile for his players. Has a tough approach on how to tell his players where they went wrong. Intense in the game. Loves his job and will always have the drive to win