Keynote: Sue Enquist, UCLA, In 2006 Sue retired with the highest winning percentage in the history of DI Softball, more national titles (11) and more Olympians (15) than any other coach in NCAA Softball History. Co-Designer of the Wooden Leadership Academy, former Professional Surfer and inductee of the International Women’s Sports Hall of Fame.
Becky Burleigh, University of Florida, 2015 SEC Champions, NSCAA Soccer Coach of the Year after leading her team to the NCAA Championship, Coach of Abby Wambach and numerous other professional and US National Team members.
Augie Busch, University of Virginia: Coach of American Record Holders Leah Smith and Courtney Bartholomew and 2016 ACC Women’s Coach of the Year
Erica Cenci, Cenci Coaching, Former Big Ten Finalist and NCAA Qualifier consultant to Toro, Progressive Insurance, Amazon, ING
Nick Folker, Bridge Athletic, a part of 7 NCAA Championship Teams at Cal between Swimming and Water Polo he’s helped place 25 Athletes on Olympic Teams.
Katie Hazelton, Duke Diving Program Director, Originally from England, Katie became the director of Duke Diving in 2013. Before moving to the US, Katie was the Diving Technical Operations manager for the London Olympics and Paralympic Games. Coach Hazleton spent 4 years working for British Swimming and Diving part of which was spent as the Diving Talent Development Officer for the organization.
Steve Jungbluth, University of Florida, Coach of American Record Holder Caleb Dressel and 19 time All-American Natalie Hinds
Steve Kuster, Williams College, 4 time CSCAA DIII Coach of the Year, coach of 2014 CSCAA DIII Swimmer of the Year and 14 straight years with a NCAA Champion
Brett Ledbetter, What Drives Winning, Brett has worked with some of the top coaches in the country to determine the methods that produce winners in sport and life including Billy Donovan, Gregg Troy, Teri McKeever, John Smith and Sue Enquist
Ray Looze, Indiana University, 2016 Big Ten Men’s and Women’s Coach of the Year, Coach of America Record Holders Lilly King and Cody Miller.
Rich MacDonald, Diving Coach US Naval Academy, In his 3rd season at Navy, Coach MacDonald has already been named Patriot League coach of the Year, and producing Navy’s 10th ever NCAA Qualifier this season. Prior to Navy Rich coached at Virginia, where at the time he developed the only two divers to achieve All-America honors in the program’s history.
Greg Meehan, Stanford University, Coach of American Record Holders Ella Eastin, Simone Manuel, and current 200 and 400 Medley Relays. 2014 CSCAA Coach of the Year. Greg’s teams have finished in the top-3 at NCAAs the last three years.
Yahya Radmand, Head Diving Coach NC State- In his first year in Raleigh Radman helped Rachel Mumma earn a sport on the 2015 World University Games Roster and followed up with a 2016 NCAA Selection. Radman has coached at Wyoming, Florida State and started his career at Indiana University.
Karl Riecken, Sports Performance Consultant- National Training Center- Karl has been one of our most downloaded speakers over the past three years. His talks provide the latest research on physiology and biomechanics to coaches in language that makes it easy to implement with your team. He has worked with both USA Swimming and USA Triathlon.
Celia Slater, True North Sports, Co-Founder of the Alliance of Women Coaches and the NCAA Women Coaches Academy
Dan Tudor, Tudor Collegiate Strategies, Nationally respected recruiting consultant working with Collegiate Programs across the country.
Susan Teeter and Cathy Wright-Eger, Princeton and Purdue, former Big Ten and Ivy Coaches of the Year will lead you through a DISC Assessment to become more self-knowledgeable and a more effective leader.
Bill Wadley, Ohio State, Former Big 10 Coach of the Year and entrepreneur coach whose teams have produced 15 Olympians, 16 Big Ten Champions, and dozens of All-America honors.