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How to Play College Basketball – What Women’s Coaches Want in a Student-Athlete

 What do Women’s College Basketball Coaches want in a Student-Athlete? AT GCA, we have asked hundreds of Women’s College Basketball Coaches this question: Describe the qualities that your program is looking for in a potential student-athlete? We have received a range of thoughtful and relevant responses from Women’s College Basketball Coaches across Divisions I, II and III. We wanted to share some of the best answers to give young women basketball players some perspectives that they might be overlooking and motivating them to put more emphasis on these qualities to reach their goals and become a Women’s College Basketball player: Kelly Greenberg – Boston University – Head Coach We look for character, personality and work ethic. A player’s presence on the court goes a long way for us. It is somewhat easy to simply find talent and skill; so, we make sure to notice how they interact with their teammates during the game; do they exhibit leadership qualities in the lay-up lines before the start of the game, how do they respond when things are not going their way, how do they respond when a coach gets on Continue reading →