We are pleased to announce that the United State Naval Academy mens soccer head coach, Dave Brandt, will be giving a seminar on Leadership to our ASA coaches on March 25th at the Crofton Commons from 7:00-8:00 PM.
Dave Brandt enters his fourth year as the Navy men's soccer head coach, resurrecting a program and bringing it to the brink of excellence in the challenging Patriot League.Brandt currently ranks fifth on the all-time NCAA winning percentage list and is second among active coaches with an .824 winning percentage. Coach Brandt brings to the Naval Academy his energy, work ethic, a dedication to his student-athletes, strong personal, professional and academic values and a proven track record for winning that is extraordinary," said Navy Director of AthleticsChet Gladchuk. "His accomplishments as a leader and educator of men are benchmarks for soccer coaches at any level. We are extremely proud that Dave and his wonderful family will join us at the Naval Academy for what we know will be a highly successful tenure in Annapolis." Since taking over the Messiah College soccer team in 1997, no one in the country can match Brandt's accomplishments. He ranks as thewinningest coach in NCAA history with a winning percentage of .888 and his squads won NCAA Division III National Championships in 2000, 2002, 2004, 2005, 2006 and 2008 and were National Runners-Up in 2002 and 2007. His 2005 squad posted a 24-0-0 record; one of just sixundefeated and untied seasons in all divisions since 1972. He is the one of two men's soccer coaches in the country at any level to have wonsix national titles.
He will discuss his leadership traits and pillars for success and what it takes to be an effective leader. The impact Coach Brandt makes on coaches is felt right away. This is an important seminar for all coaches to attend so you can learn and implement into your training and coaching.
Please email Coach Thomas (information below) to let him know if you will attend.
ASA Technical Director
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