JAN Jensen Merit College Preparatory Academy Basketball “Every single day you have as a coach you have the ability to change a life. Be a positive role model for your players.”
JON Kuhnz Merit College Preparatory Academy AD “I can’t be beat!  I won’t be beat!  I pity any fool who try and take what I got!”   Mr. T
JEFF Turpin Herriman Basketball “I do not cheat, lie, steal, or do anything to bring embarrassment to myself, team, or family.”
Dave Excell Retired coach and athletic director “Win with humility.  Lose with dignity.  Be grateful for the ride.”
Van Parker Union High School Track & Field, Basketball “You can’t always be the strongest or most talented or most gifted person in the room, but you can be the most competitive.”-Pat Summitt
“Here’s how I am going to beat you. I’m going to outwork you. That’s it. That’s all there is to it.” -Pat Summitt
Dave Knowles Green Canyon Volleyball Belief determines behavior
Dallas Randall Westlake High School/Cedar Valley High School Volleyball -Coaches work in the business of behavior management, not physical manipulation. If players can’t or won’t buy into your philosophy and team culture, you will never reach potential.
-Mental strength can make up for physical limitations; physical strength cannot make up for mental limitations
Kayce Hill West Jordan High School Soccer Cupcakes are just muffins that believed in miracles
Casey Meyer Brighton High School Tennis Every team member deserves a chance at success.
Alone we can do so little, together we can do so much.
Matt Bennett Dixie State University Basketball Example:  “Start where you are, use what you have, do what you can.”
Evah Bennett Dixie State University Basketball Example: “Start where you are, use what you have, do what you can.”
Steve Stuart Rich High Randolph Utah Volleyball Hey Another Great Day!
You GET to play Volleyball today!
You Don’t know if you Don’t  Go”        (To the floor on defense)
Enjoy the Journey
Deserve the Victory!
Haylee Gines South Summit High School Volleyball I want student athletes to learn life long lessons while playing volleyball.  I want to make a difference in their lives and teach them they can do hard things.  Our quote is you can control your Effort and Attitude always!
Rob Sadler Rockwell Charter High School Basketball Life moves pretty fast. If you don’t stop to look around once in a while, you could miss it.
Joseph Hoch Syracuse Arts Academy Baseball, Athletic Director My mission is to provide a broad-based educational experience for student athletes focused on promoting success while upholding standards of academic and athletic integrity at all times on and off the field.
Jamie Stevens South Summit High School AD Stay Humble – Stay Hungry
Sandi Wells Rockwell High School Basketball, Track & Field Success = Story x Strategy x State of Mind x Accountability
Doug HUNT Bear River High School Basketball The passion for the game of basketball, the players I coach and the competition we prepare for drives me every single day. I believe in the grit and the grind that molds and defines the character that we display every day both on and off the court. I love the toughness, both mental and physical, that is required to be successful at basketball and in life. I love teaching the correlation between the requirements necessary to excel in athletics and excel in life. Each player making a personal resolve to stand up and be accounted for and take the personal responsibility to make a positive difference to the team, sacrificing the personal agenda, is what I strive to coach into each player.
Shad Park The reason most people fail rather than succeed is they give up what they want most for what they want at the moment.
Deb Labrum Union High School Baseball, Basketball, Football Trust and Respect the Process.
Deb Taylor Union High School Softball Whatever you do in life, surround yourself with SMART people who will argue with you. -John Wooden