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April 24, 2015
Category:  National
San Jose Mercury News coverage of Dusty Baker winning PCA's Ronald L. Jensen Award for Lifetime Achievement

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April 22, 2015
Category:  National
Major League Soccer’s Seattle Sounders provide one of the most exciting scenes in all of sports, and now their coach, Sigi Schmid is bound for the National Soccer Hall of Fame.

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April 20, 2015
Category:  National
Great teams emerge because teammates work hard to create a positive, encouraging, supportive environment together. To help your athlete or team get focused on being a great teammate, try this exercise in the 4 Steps To Build Teamwork from Liberty Mutual Insurance Play Positive™.


April 20, 2015
Category:  National
It was sad to see Canadian tennis star Eugenie Bouchard refuse a handshake from her opponent, Romania's Alexandra Dulgheru, at a photo-op during last week’s draw for the FedCup. What Bouchard called “gamesmanship” did not work, as Dulgheru won Saturday’s match, 6-4, 6-4.

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April 19, 2015
Category:  National
Here is recent media coverage of PCA as our movement sweeps the nation!


April 16, 2015
Category:  National
Among the more compelling story lines for the USWNT is Shannon Boxx making a fourth World Cup roster despite battling lupus.

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April 16, 2015
Category:  National
Here are capsules of content captured from interviews of the 25 winners of PCA’s 2015 Double-Goal Coach® Awards Presented by TeamSnap. Each weekday we will add another coach’s comments, quotes, quips, tips or tools.


April 15, 2015
Category:  National
Today is Jackie Robinson Day, Major League Baseball’s celebration of the anniversary of Robinson’s 1947 debut with the Dodgers, which broke the sport’s color barrier.

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April 13, 2015
Category:  National
Ever wonder why NBA players high-five or tap hands after a missed free throw?

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April 09, 2015
Category:  National
TEAM. Together Everyone Achieves More. It’s a saying that is posted in many youth sports locker rooms around the country. And it’s no secret: the most successful teams in any sport are marked by great teamwork.