“As a coach, you’re always looking for ideas and techniques to rejuvenate your team and staff,” McCloskey said. “Coaching clinics give you that chance to make a new idea fit your program.”
Coaches from all levels are welcome to come hear college coaches such as Matthew Mitchell of the University of Kentucky, Nancy Winstel of Northern Kentucky University and Michelle Clark-Heard and Greg Collins of Western Kentucky University, as well as Georgetown’s own coach McCloskey.
Early registration cost is $55 by Sept. 13. Lunch will be provided.
Mitchell has guided the Wildcats to new heights the past several seasons with uptempo play. UK has had four consecutive 25-plus win seasons and advanced to the Elite Eight three of the past four seasons. He will be discussing transition offense.
Winstel, a Hall of Famer, is the third all-time winningest coach in NCAA Division II history. She guided the Norse to two national titles and was the Coach of the Year in 2000. Winstel will speak on defensive drills.
Collins, who has spent 11 seasons on the sidelines at various schools, along with the help of Hilltopper head coach Clark-Heard, will speak on player development.
McCloskey, who guided the Tigers to its first-ever Fab Four appearance at the NAIA tournament in 2011-12, will wrap up the day with a talk on shooting drills.