A case study of a successful men’s NCAA division I cross country coach: Essential elements and components of a humanistic approach
Richard W.Riley College of Education
Physical Education, Sport, and Human Performance
Abstract The goal of this case study was to explore the coaching philosophy and methods of a successful men's NCAA Division I cross country running coach and describe to what extent the stated coaching philosophy and coaching methods of the coach are humanistic. After coach interviews, athlete interviews, training session observations, and artifact collection, coach/athlete interpersonal communication and relationships emerged as a primary theme from this data.
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Jenny, S. & Hushman, G. (2014). A case study of a successful men’s NCAA division I cross country coach: Essential elements and components of a humanistic approach. Journal of Contemporary Athletics, 8(3), 123-139.
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