Sign Up Log in

Travis Jewett

Tulane University - New Orleans, LA

Men's Baseball Coach, NCAA I, American

Has this coach changed? Let us know!

2.1

Average rating

Accessible
2.0
Cool
1.7
Direct
2.3
Honest
1.0
Intense
3.0
Knowledgeable
2.3
Motivational
2.0

Ratings

Showing 1-3 of 3 ratings

1.6

Over 1 year ago

Accessible
1
Cool
2
Direct
1
Honest
1
Intense
3
Knowledgeable
1
Motivational
2
Comments

Unfortunately, I had a less-than-stellar experience with Travis Jewett. I was repeatedly lied to and bad-mouthed by the man. I am hesitant to leave this rating because I do not want my experience to influence anyone interested in Tulane for baseball. Tulane is an incredible school. Unfortunately, I put my faith in Travis Jewett. It was a mistake.

Comments

Unfortunately, I had a less-than-stellar experience with Travis Jewett. I was repeatedly lied to and bad-mouthed by the man. I am hesitant to leave this rating because I do not want my experience to influence anyone interested in Tulane for baseball. Tulane is an incredible school. Unfortunately, I put my faith in Travis Jewett. It was a mistake.

2.0

About 3 years ago

Accessible
2
Cool
1
Direct
3
Honest
1
Intense
3
Knowledgeable
2
Motivational
2
Comments

Had this coach as an assistant coach at a previous school. Extremely self-centered, puts himself before team. Attempts to fit all players into his batting mold which doesn't work for everyone.

Comments

Had this coach as an assistant coach at a previous school. Extremely self-centered, puts himself before team. Attempts to fit all players into his batting mold which doesn't work for everyone.

2.6

Over 4 years ago

Accessible
3
Cool
2
Direct
3
Honest
1
Intense
3
Knowledgeable
4
Motivational
2
Comments

Does not know much about baseball and a terrible head coach who cannot make a decision on his own. Only cares about himself and doesn't take blame for anything he did as a coach.

Comments

Does not know much about baseball and a terrible head coach who cannot make a decision on his own. Only cares about himself and doesn't take blame for anything he did as a coach.