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Andrew Valmon

University of Maryland - College Park, MD

Women's Cross Country Coach, NCAA I, Big Ten

Women's Track & Field (Outdoor) Coach, NCAA I, Big Ten

Men's Track & Field (Outdoor) Coach, NCAA I, Big Ten

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3.6

Average rating

Accessible
3.2
Cool
3.9
Direct
3.4
Honest
3.7
Intense
3.4
Knowledgeable
3.9
Motivational
3.7

Ratings

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5.0

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3 months ago

Accessible
5
Cool
5
Direct
5
Honest
5
Intense
5
Knowledgeable
5
Motivational
5
4.9

Great

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Over 1 year ago

Accessible
5
Cool
4
Direct
5
Honest
5
Intense
5
Knowledgeable
5
Motivational
5
4.4

Great

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Over 1 year ago

Accessible
4
Cool
4
Direct
5
Honest
4
Intense
4
Knowledgeable
5
Motivational
5
Comments

Great person who cares about his athletes on and off the athletic field!

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Great person who cares about his athletes on and off the athletic field!

2.4

Almost 2 years ago

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

Coach Valmon was an incredible athlete. Personally, I do not believe that a great athlete always makes a great coach. In my opinion, V was inaccessible at times and a poor communicator. The favorites game was definitely played and it showed. You were valued on your highs but on your lows, you barely existed. I wish this box was longer to say more.

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Coach Valmon was an incredible athlete. Personally, I do not believe that a great athlete always makes a great coach. In my opinion, V was inaccessible at times and a poor communicator. The favorites game was definitely played and it showed. You were valued on your highs but on your lows, you barely existed. I wish this box was longer to say more.

2.7

Over 2 years ago

Accessible
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Cool
4
Direct
1
Honest
4
Intense
2
Knowledgeable
3
Motivational
3
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Intentions were always good, but execution and communication was lacking in my experience.

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Intentions were always good, but execution and communication was lacking in my experience.

5.0

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Over 2 years ago

Accessible
5
Cool
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Direct
5
Honest
5
Intense
5
Knowledgeable
5
Motivational
5
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He is undoubtedly one of the greatest coaches in collegiate athletics. If it were possible to go back to college and train under him, I would do it 100 times over. His hard work and dedication allowed for tremendous growth in both my athletic and academic endeavors. He is the definition of a coach that wants you to succeed on and off the track.

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He is undoubtedly one of the greatest coaches in collegiate athletics. If it were possible to go back to college and train under him, I would do it 100 times over. His hard work and dedication allowed for tremendous growth in both my athletic and academic endeavors. He is the definition of a coach that wants you to succeed on and off the track.

5.0

Great

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Over 2 years ago

Accessible
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Cool
5
Direct
5
Honest
5
Intense
5
Knowledgeable
5
Motivational
5
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Coach Valmon is one of the hardest working coaches I have ever met. He works around the clock to ensure the success of his athletes and takes a personal interest in their growth and development. I achieved personal records as a direct result of his coaching and motivation. Proud Terp!

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Coach Valmon is one of the hardest working coaches I have ever met. He works around the clock to ensure the success of his athletes and takes a personal interest in their growth and development. I achieved personal records as a direct result of his coaching and motivation. Proud Terp!

1.0

Over 2 years ago

Accessible
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Honest
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Intense
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Knowledgeable
1
Motivational
1
Comments

He has never coached a successful team and it has been over 15 years.

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He has never coached a successful team and it has been over 15 years.

4.6

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Over 2 years ago

Accessible
5
Cool
5
Direct
5
Honest
5
Intense
2
Knowledgeable
5
Motivational
5
Comments

Coach Andrew Valmon is the greatest coach in the game. He has the professional experience, so he knows how to be professional and what to prioritize in his training. If I should describe him with three words it would be: passionate, professional, hilarious

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Coach Andrew Valmon is the greatest coach in the game. He has the professional experience, so he knows how to be professional and what to prioritize in his training. If I should describe him with three words it would be: passionate, professional, hilarious

3.0

Over 2 years ago

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