Ball State head women's basketball coach Brady Sallee was one of 29 Division I head coaches to attended the Center for Coaching Excellence session held May 21-23 in New York City.
"I am very appreciative of Ball State for providing me with a truly priceless opportunity to attend the Center for Coaching Excellence session," said Sallee. "The timing could not have been better considering my new position here in Muncie. I look forward to implementing a lot of the new ideas I brought back with me from New York. It was an incredible three days."
The Center for Coaching Excellence (CCE) session was presented by the Women's Basketball Coaches Association (WBCA) in partnership with Columbia University Athletics. This was the third session for the CCE, which is an invitation-only, elite leadership program. The inaugural two sessions were held in May and June 2011. To date, 85 college women's basketball coaches have completed the two-and-a-half day curriculum.
The CCE provides an unparalleled, exclusive learning experience for college women's basketball coaches. Utilizing collaborative and interactive learning sessions and panel discussions featuring experts in college athletics and women's basketball, the CCE provides college women's basketball coaches with valuable networking opportunities with their peers and top industry leaders.
The coaches which attended the May 21-23 session were; Courtney Banghart, Princeton; Lynn Bria, Stetson; Jackie Carson, Furman; Itoro Coleman, Clemson; Kristy Curry, Texas Tech; Matthew Daniel, Central Arkansas; Jill Dunn, Jacksonville; Maria Fantanarosa, Miami (Ohio); Jason Flowers, Cal State Northridge; AnnMarie Gilbert, unaffiliated; Brian Giorgis, Marist; Julie Goodenough, Abilene Christian; Lindsay Gottlieb, California; Kelly Greenberg, Boston U.; Quentin Hillman, Syracuse; Krista Kilburn-Steveskey, Hofstra; Regina Miller, Illinois-Chicago; Matthew Mitchell, Kentucky; Teri Moren, Indiana State; Mike Morris, Samford; Jennifer Mountain, Santa Clara; Dianne Nolan, Lafayette; Jenny Palmateer, Monmouth; Brady Sallee, Ball State; Marlene Stollings, Winthrop; Gail Striegler, Long Island; Ed Swanson, Sacred Heart; Darcie Vincent, Appalachian State; and Altherias Warmley, Alabama A&M.