Center for Coaching Excellence

Contact

Kerry A. Bebiekbebie@bw.edu

With the goal of championing the success of athletic coaches and student-athletes of all ages, the Baldwin Wallace Center for Coaching Excellence provides education, training and support to help individuals achieve their personal and professional best.

Housed in BW’s School of Health, Physical Education and Sport Sciences, the Center offers opportunities for collaborative research, workshops, partnerships, training and activities that focus on coaching and player development, along with issues and trends that impact sports and society today.

  • Photo of BW student helping a young USA football player with equipment

    Adam Hoffman '18 assists a young USA Football player with a Catapult Tracking Device prior to the game.

  • BW students in Ireland coaching young athletes

    Charlvon Gaston '20 and Ellen Hawkins '18 coach young athletes in Cork, Ireland, on proper baton exchange in track and field.

  • Photo of BW students with coaches from Cork Institute of Technology

    In Ireland, BW students Erika Nockengost '18, Peter George '18, Charlvon Gaston '20, John Beyer '19, Sarah Krupp '19 and Ellen Hawkins '18 work on proper training techniques with coaches from Cork Institute of Technology.

  • Photo of BW students and delegates from Azerbaijan

    Delegates visiting from Azerbaijan: Roundtable event discussing the topic of Sport Management and Sports as a tool for social change in the U.S.

Goals and Activities

The Center operates as a resource for the BW community and by extension for individuals and programs in Northeast Ohio and nationally that sponsor activities for athletes with a wide range of abilities.