• Coaches, while paid for leading competitive teams, find themselves drowning in paper work and administrative tasks that take valuable time away from practice and game-day playbook planning. The demands of parents, club meetings and “real” jobs leaves little to no time for a balanced life.

  • Too often Parents feel unheard; unsure how to express their concerns or ideas to their coach and to the club. Wildly supportive of their young athlete, they want to know the financial and time investments they are making being valued and appreciated.

  • Committed to doing their best, learning and developing, Athletes sometimes second guess in-game decisions and have their confidence shaken as they fight to listen to their coach and drown out the reprimands being shouted from the sidelines.