Coach may refer to:
Other articles related to "coach":
... Kevin John Sheedy AM (born 24 December 1947) is an Australian rules football coach and former player ... Football League (AFL) record for the most games combined as a player and coach ...
... March 14, 1925) was an American football player, coach, and sports writer known as the "Father of Football" ... Camp served as the head football coach at Yale from 1888 to 1892 before moving to Stanford University, where he coached in December 1892 and in 1894 and 1895 ... into the College Football Hall of Fame as a coach in 1951 ...
... Sandra Kay Yow (March 14, 1942 – January 24, 2009) was an American basketball coach ... She was the head coach of the NC State Wolfpack women's basketball team from 1975 to 2009 ... created a new award called the Kay Yow National Coach of the Year Award in her honor ...
... Geza Henni Goalkeeper School Rhode Island University Goalkeeper coach Professional goalkeeper instructions 1984 to 1990 San Diego Sockers Youth Soccer Programs San Diego, CA ... for team clinics, goalkeeper training 1992 to 1993 Full time professional coach ... Surf U-16 boys and U-9 girls head coach Coached teams with success, winning Presidio Cup and North Huntington Beach tournament ...
... George O'Leary, current football coach at the University of Central Florida played football at the university in the 1960s but did not graduate ... notoriety when he was hired then dropped as Notre Dame head coach when it was discovered that he fabricated his resume ... Another Florida coach, Jim Leavitt of the University of South Florida, was an assistant football coach at the University of Dubuque in the early eighties ...
Famous quotes containing the word coach:
“Oh! joyous hearts! enfired with holy flame!
Is speech thus tasseled with praise?
Will not your inward fire of joy contain:
That it in open flames doth blaze?
For in Christs coach saints sweetly sing,
As they to glory ride therein.”
—Edward Taylor (16451729)
“There is no country in which so absolute a homage is paid to wealth. In America there is a touch of shame when a man exhibits the evidences of large property, as if after all it needed apology. But the Englishman has pure pride in his wealth, and esteems it a final certificate. A coarse logic rules throughout all English souls: if you have merit, can you not show it by your good clothes and coach and horses?”
—Ralph Waldo Emerson (18031882)
“The woman ... turned her melancholy tone into a scolding one. She was not very young, and the wrinkles in her face were filled with drops of water which had fallen from her eyes, which, with the yellowness of her complexion, made a figure not unlike a field in the decline of the year, when the harvest is gathered in and a smart shower of rain has filled the furrows with water. Her voice was so shrill that they all jumped into the coach as fast as they could and drove from the door.”
—Sarah Fielding (17101768)