get it here first wrote:Get over it wrote:No problem. Can do.
stop with BS UCLA rumors....
still looking for Florida job?
UCLA makes a smart hire.
Guy who has been highly successful and successful as of late as well.
Throws coach retired. Sprints coach took a D2 head coach position. Jumps coach will take over sprints and moves to associate head coach. Female distance coach moves to associate head xc and track coach and will oversee women's xc and split distance duties. Brought in an additional distance coach from Colorado State to work with men's xc and split distance duties.
what happened there?
here we go wrote:
Bridget Anderson will take over csun
Sorry for not being clear. I HAVE had athletes go to Seattle U. I just didn't SEND them there. About 2/3 of all athletes don't finish out their eligibility, so you better go somewhere where you want to be in case athletics doesn't work out. When a kid wants to go to Seattle U for academics or because it's right for them, who am I to discourage that. So I stay silent. After all, it's a great school.
So, I'm a little confused by your post? Are you saying you wouldn't send athletes to Seattle U because they aren't good and lack funding, or because you didn't like or trust the former coaches with your kids to develop/care for?
Which coaches in state would you like to see apply for the job? Assuming nothing will change with funding for the program, would you send kids their if they got an excellent coach?