Hazen soccer coach attends training

March 5, 2014

By Staff

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Hazen High School soccer coach Ken Matthews was one of six state coaches to complete the recent National Soccer Coaches Association National Diploma course held at Walla Walla’s Whitman College.

The NSCAA’s National Diploma is an advanced-level, 45-hour course for experienced coaches. The course stresses technical and tactical knowledge and includes sessions about the teaching process, psychological skills training and laws of the game.

The overall objective of the National Diploma is to acquaint coaches with the needs of soccer players and provide an organized and progressive methodology of coaching those needs.

“This course provides a way for us to structure practice sessions in a better way to improve our technical and tactical play,” Matthews said in a statement. “All the coaches were so into the course. There were positives everywhere.”

 

 

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