As part of our recent MSC Virtual High School Coaches Conference, we were fortunate to be joined by Xavier University head women's coach, Nate Lie, to discuss his session design and share what a typical practice would look like. We interviewed Nate for a podcast episode when he arrived at Xavier University in 2017 and since then the program has gone from strength to strength. Just recently, he led the team to a recent 16-1-1 record this season and an 8th-placed national ranking in Division I, winning their second Big East conference title. Their first title made program history in 2019 and Nate has turned them into a national powerhouse in less than three years. We wanted to take a closer look in how Nate ran a typical training session at Xavier and what types of frameworks he had in place with regards to warm-ups, session design, and managing his staff. This feature was sponsored by Spiideo and we highly recommend coaches check them out. Spiideo is a complete video solution with automated capture, used for analyzing and live streaming soccer. It's always live and ready to go, an unparalleled tool,easy to use, so you can focus on what matters - coaching your team.
Below is a short segment from the feature that we did for the Conference. If you would like to access the full interview, along with a twelve total presentations from ranging from training, psychology, culture, leadership, sport science, goalkeeping, data and game management. Click here to get your copy today!
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