Jim Jones
9 Reviews

Overall Recommendation
22%

Salisbury University - Salisbury, MD

Women's Cross Country Head Coach, NCAA III, Capital

Women's Track & Field Head Coach, NCAA III, Capital

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Overall
2.1
Caring
2.4
Motivational
1.9
Knowledgeable
2.0
Honest
2.1
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Ratings

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1.2
Average Rating

Review For:

Women's Cross Country Head Coach

Date: November 9, 2021

Overall
1.0
Caring
1.0
Motivational
1.0
Knowledgeable
2.0
Honest
1.0

Would you recommend? No

Douche. Cares WAY to much about people’s actions outside of sports. Disregards you when injured. Pushed injured away from team.

Would you recommend? No

Douche. Cares WAY to much about people’s actions outside of sports. Disregards you when injured. Pushed injured away from team.

1.8
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Review For:

Women's Track & Field Head Coach

Date: June 17, 2019

Overall
2.0
Caring
2.0
Motivational
1.0
Knowledgeable
1.0
Honest
3.0

Would you recommend? No

Trash. Doesn't care about anyone unless you bring in money

Would you recommend? No

Trash. Doesn't care about anyone unless you bring in money

1.2
Average Rating

Review For:

Women's Track & Field Coach

Date: August 30, 2018

Overall
1.0
Caring
2.0
Motivational
1.0
Knowledgeable
1.0
Honest
1.0

Would you recommend? No

If you're not one of the top athletes you're not directly in his concern to improve your technique or performance.

Would you recommend? No

If you're not one of the top athletes you're not directly in his concern to improve your technique or performance.

5.0
Average Rating

Review For:

Women's Cross Country Coach

Date: January 25, 2018

Overall
5.0
Caring
5.0
Motivational
5.0
Knowledgeable
5.0
Honest
5.0

Would you recommend? Yes

Great coach, cares about the well-being of us and how we feel which is hard to find

Would you recommend? Yes

Great coach, cares about the well-being of us and how we feel which is hard to find

5.0
Average Rating

Review For:

Women's Cross Country Coach

Date: November 30, 2017

Overall
5.0
Caring
5.0
Motivational
5.0
Knowledgeable
5.0
Honest
5.0

Would you recommend? Yes

I feel extremely lucky to have had him as my coach. He pushed us to be better, every single day. He expects a lot from his runners but nothing that he doesn't already expect from himself. Coach Jones is knowledgeable, competitive and honest with his runners; I wouldn't have become the runner or person I am today without his guidance and ability.

Would you recommend? Yes

I feel extremely lucky to have had him as my coach. He pushed us to be better, every single day. He expects a lot from his runners but nothing that he doesn't already expect from himself. Coach Jones is knowledgeable, competitive and honest with his runners; I wouldn't have become the runner or person I am today without his guidance and ability.

1.8
Average Rating

Review For:

Women's Cross Country Head Coach

Date: November 16, 2017

Overall
2.0
Caring
4.0
Motivational
1.0
Knowledgeable
1.0
Honest
1.0

Would you recommend? No

Would you recommend? No

1.0
Average Rating

Review For:

Women's Track & Field Head Coach

Date: October 30, 2017

Overall
1.0
Caring
1.0
Motivational
1.0
Knowledgeable
1.0
Honest
1.0

Would you recommend? No

Would you recommend? No

1.0
Average Rating

Review For:

Women's Track & Field Head Coach

Date: October 30, 2017

Overall
1.0
Caring
1.0
Motivational
1.0
Knowledgeable
1.0
Honest
1.0

Would you recommend? No

Would you recommend? No

1.0
Average Rating

Review For:

Women's Track & Field Head Coach

Date: September 15, 2017

Overall
1.0
Caring
1.0
Motivational
1.0
Knowledgeable
1.0
Honest
1.0

Would you recommend? No

Not a very good coach. He doesn't take input from the assistant coaches or the athletes. The workouts he gives are the same every week and cause overuse injuries. When an athlete gets injured, he treats them like strangers and always discourages them from returning to the sport.

Would you recommend? No

Not a very good coach. He doesn't take input from the assistant coaches or the athletes. The workouts he gives are the same every week and cause overuse injuries. When an athlete gets injured, he treats them like strangers and always discourages them from returning to the sport.