Tuesday, October 7, 2014

Ninth Annual NHBCO Fall Coaches Clinic Coming Soon to Exeter High

The New Hampshire Basketball Coaches Organization’s Fall Coaches Clinic Featuring Boston College Men’s Coach Jim Christian will be held on Saturday Nov 1st at Exeter High School in Exeter NH from 8:30-12:30. More information and brochure on clinic can be found at www.nhbcohoops.com

Exeter is just 20 minutes from both Maine and Massachusetts border. Keep reading for more information.

Featured Clinicians

Jim Christian
Boston College Men’s Coach - Coach Christian enters his
first year at Boston College and the Atlantic Coast
Conference. Prior to joining Boston College and the ACC,
Coach Christian has had successful head coaching stints at
Ohio University, TCU and Kent State. Coach Christian
spent 8 years in the MAC, 6 at Kent State and 2 at Ohio U.
Coach Christian won 20+ games each year and he holds the
all time best winning percentage in MAC history (.700).
Coach Christian has led teams to The NCAA Tournament
and the NIT Tournament multiple times. He was MAC
Coach of the Year in 2006 and 2008. Coach Christian also
had assistant coaching stints at Pitt, Western Kentucky,
Miami (OH) and St. Francis (PA). A former great player,
Coach Christian helped lead URI to the Sweet 16 in 1988.

Noah LaRoche
Professional Developmental Coach - Coach LaRoche has emerged as
one of the top Developmental Coaches in the country
focusing on skills, strength training and nutrition. Coach
LaRoche has had stints with the Oklahoma City Thunder of
the NBA, Guangdong Tigers in the Chinese Professional
League and The Tilton School. Coach LaRoche has worked
directly with many professional players. Most recently,
Coach Laroche trained Kenneth Faried of the Denver
Nuggets this past summer. Coach LaRoche is also the
Director of Integrity Hoops Basketball.

David “Doc” Wheeler
Manchester Central Boys Coach- Coach Wheeler is fresh
of running the table for his second time in 2014 going 25-0
and winning his 4th State Title for the Central High Little
Green. Manchester Central has been the team of the last
decade winning D1 titles in 2001, 2005, 2006, 2014 and
runner-ups in 2012. Coach Wheeler has amassed over 300+
wins and you can always count on his teams to execute on
offense and play tough defense.

•Clinic is open to all coaches. You do
not need to be a NHBCO member to
attend. AAU, Youth and out of State
Coaches are all welcome to attend.
•Certificate of attendance will be given
out with hours for professional
development.
•Rules Review with NH Board of
Officials is included.
•NH Coaches can register with NHBCO
at Clinic.
•More information on NHBCO can be
found at www.nhbcohoops.com

At Exeter High, November 1, 2014 8:30am-12:30 pm
8-9:15am Registration – Gym Lobby
8:30-9:00 NHBCO Fall Coaches Meeting
9:00-9:50 Jim Christian, Boston College, “Boston College’s Offensive and Defensive Identity Drills“
10:00-10:50 David “Doc” Wheeler, Manchester Central “Developing your offense”
11:00-11:50 Noah LaRoche, Professional Developmental Coach “Deep Practice: The Power of Mistakes”
12:00-12:30 New Hampshire Board of Officials, 2014-15 Rules Interpretation

*Complimentary Snacks and water will be
available


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