EVENT TEACHES VOLUNTEER COACHES VALUABLE SKILLS TO HELP THEM PROVIDE GREAT EXPERIENCES FOR KIDS THEY COACH
ST. LOUIS – March 1, 2019 – The St. Louis Sports Commission and St. Louis University High School are partnering to host a FREE clinic for youth baseball and softball coaches on Saturday, March 2 at St. Louis University High School. The Coach It Right! clinic runs from 8:30 to 11:30 a.m. and takes place inside the Danis Field House.
The clinic is conducted for volunteer youth baseball and softball coaches in order to prepare them for a successful season. Attendees will learn from one of St. Louis’ most respected high school baseball coaches, Steve Nicollerat, the recently-retired longtime coach at SLUH.
Coaches can register by visiting sportsmanship.org/events or call 314-345-5130.
Coach It Right! is a program of the St. Louis Sports Foundation, the Sports Commission’s 501(c)(3) charitable affiliate. Through several innovative initiatives, the Sports Foundation promotes sportsmanship in the community and fosters a culture of kindness, respect, civility and selflessness. The Foundation organizes Coach it Right! clinics to improve the experiences for young athletes and make youth sports more enjoyable. The organization strives to create positive environments for kids to play sports so they stay active and lead healthier, happier lives. Reaching coaches, parents, administrators, athletes and fans, it informs and inspires those involved in youth sports. To learn more about the St. Louis Sports Foundation, visit sportsmanship.org.