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As a student athlete, Tim Moser’s coaches encouraged him to be the best that he could be, and exceed his own expectations of himself. Under their mentorship, he was inspired to constantly improve as an athlete, student, and person.

Now a coach himself, Tim Moser aspires to have that same effect on his players. He loves seeing his players succeed whether on the court or in the classroom, knowing that he is a part of their success. It is even more exciting for him when former players become successful and attribute their success to their time on his team. Moser knows how significant a role college athletics can play in a person’s life, even if they never do sports again after graduation. It is gratifying to have that kind of impact on his students.

Tim Moser’s former athletes, where are they now?

Positive Coaching – The Way to Build Better Athletes and Better People

Athletic sports can be challenging. While it can be tough to master the skills of the game, it’s the challenging aspect of playing that provides lifelong benefits. However, there is a trend in today’s culture that it’s okay to quit things that...
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Observational Analysis for Coaches

The primary objective of a coach is to guide an athlete towards maximum performance. There are coaches who manage individual sports, plus those who coordinate teams. The end goal of every coach is to help the athlete reach their maximum potential. Here is a short...
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How Coaches Can Use Nonverbal Communication Skills to Their Advantage

Nonverbal signals impact how communication is perceived. It shapes the thoughts and feelings of people, even altering their internal physiology. Since these nonverbal movements alter an individual’s perception of a particular communication, they are important...
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How to Create an Efficient Basketball Practice

As every coach knows, basketball practice time is limited. So limited, in fact, that it seems all the things that need to be said and taught can’t ever be contained in the available schedule. Coaches continually seek ways to make their practice time more...
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How to Effectively Select a Team Captain

An all-star team needs an all-star leader and the task of appointing said leader can be a quite the challenge! A team captain needs to possess a wide variety of skill and quality in order to effectively lead a team to success. There are a number of strategies to...
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For Tim Moser, coaching is a perfect way to build life-long relationships, touch lives, and mentor excellence. As a leader, he seeks to be credible, authentic, caring, and competent, so that his team trusts his judgement and knows that he has their best interests at heart. He also believes leaders need to possess foresight, humility, and the honest ability to assess/critique, so that they can make accurate evaluations of their situations, unclouded by ego, and act on them accordingly. Lastly, leaders need to communicate their intentions, be willing to learn, and always act as a servant to those they are leading.

As a coach, Tim Moser hopes to instill in his team the values of collaboration, discipline, effort, service, and leadership. If his students choose to commit to these values, they are well on their way towards happy, successful, and productive lives.

And in the short term, Tim Moser loves to see that his players are having fun in the moment, enjoying each others’ company, celebrating victories, and taking pride in personal accomplishments. College athletics can be a valuable extracurricular both while it is happening and for many years after. Moser hopes to give his students all the benefits of that experience.