I was raised in a house where no matter who the adult was, no matter what you thought of them, they were still your superior and were to be respected. To some of the people on my swim team, the fact that I so blindly did whatever my coach asked me to do was seen as a form of brown-nosing, and I was doomed the moment he made me a captain.
Santiago Cavanagh always wanted to coach a golf team, and in 2008 his desire came true when he took over the Flagler College women’s golf team. In the spring of 2009 started coaching the men’s team, as well.
By Latesha Johnson | email@example.com
Men’s basketball head coach Bo Clark was recognized for his exceptional leadership at the “Honoring the Legends” banquet held in the Ponce De Leon Dining Hall.
Flagler College honored Clark along with baseball coach Dave Barnett and tennis coach Walter Shinn for 25 or more years of coaching. The banquet featured a social, silent auction and dinner which was held the day before, but in union with the Flagler College President’s Golf Classic.
With the season under way, Brian Heffernan looks for success in his first year as head coach of the women’s volleyball team.
With five starters returning, younger players moving up the ranks and the acquisition of three freshmen, Heffernan faces the challenge of incorporating his style of play to those who are unaccustomed to his tactics.
They always say like father, like son. Sons often aspire to be just like their fathers, mimicking what they say, how they dress and even how they act.
For Flagler men’s basketball coach Bo Clark, he is literally following right in his father’s footsteps–in more ways than one. Clark played for his father, Eugene “Torchy” Clark, on the UCF Men’s Basketball team, and now he coaches his own son, Matt Clark, on the Flagler team.