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Athlete Advocate, Marketing Executive and Lawyer. He’s the SVP and Individual Sports Marketing/Managing Director for Olympics & Action Sports at Octagon.
Former Head Coach of the University of Connecticut Men's Basketball Team. Winner of 3 NCAA National Championships, and the 2019 ESPY Award Winner for ‘Best Coach’. Considered one of the Greatest Coaches of All-Time.
Head Swim Coach for the Arizona State Sun Devils. Olympic Team Head Coach and life-long Coach to Michael Phelps; winner of 23 Olympic Gold Medals and 39 World Records.
Former Head Swim Coach at the University of Arizona. 2 NCAA National Championships, 6x National Coach of the Year, Olympic Team Head Coach, and USA Olympic National Team Director.
ABCA Hall of Fame, 6 College World Series appearances as Head Coach of the Clemson Tigers, Current Head Coach of the USA Baseball 18u National Team.
Former competitive swimmer, Author of the book, "Norwich: One Tiny Vermont Town's Secret to Happiness and Excellence“ and current Award-Winning Sportswriter at the New York Times.
1985 NCAA Championship Soccer Player from George Mason University and 1st African-American female to play on the USA Women’s National Soccer Team.
3x All American, Duke University Hall of Fame inductee. Former professional soccer player, 13-year collegiate soccer coaching career. Current coach and leadership/performance director for Phoenix Rising FC.
4x NCAA All-American, 2x National Champion Wrestler from the University of Missouri. Former Olympian, World Champion and MMA Star. One of the greatest collegiate wrestlers of All-Time.
Founder of The Reformed Sports Parent.
Played baseball at N.C. Wesleyan College-Team won 1999 NCAA D3 National Championship. Named All Conference, All South Region and Team Captain. Played professionally in Europe.
All-American baseball player from the Clemson Tigers. 2x Team Captain whose teams played in 2 College World Series. Played Professionally for the San Diego Padres.
1st Team All-American, Hall of Fame pitcher from Stetson University. Played 6 Seasons of Major League Baseball and was a member of the 2004 World Series Champion, Boston Red Sox.
Scot played 11 years in the NBA for 5 teams including Detroit, Sacramento, Indiana, Cleveland and finally Boston where he won an NBA Championship in 2008.
Former Professional Soccer Player in both Europe and USA, Academic All-American at Arizona State, USA Youth National Team, and current Head Coach at Marymount University.
2x Olympian, 1st Italian-American named Captain of the Italian National Baseball Team, 2006 World Baseball Classic, and current coach at Pace Academy.
2x National Champion, Team Captain, Pac-10 + University of Arizona “Athlete of the Year", “Hall of Fame” Inductee, World Championships Medalist, and current Mental Performance Coach.
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