CHRIS COLEMAN, Assistant Coach, NC State. Coleman is in his 13th season coaching jumpers for the Wolfpack. He was a three-time NCAA D II National Champion and is a member of the D II Hall of Fame. He has coached numerous All-ACC and All-Americans. MARY BETH DENNISON, Assistant Coach, Georgia Southern. In 2021, Dennison returned to her alma mater after helping Michigan for three seasons that saw the Wolverines land two NCAA berths. ANGEL ELDERKIN, Head Coach and Appalachian State University staff. Elderkin has led the Mountaineers since 2014. Prior to joining APP State, Elderkin was on staff at Virginia, St. Johns and LSU. DARYL ELY, Defensive Coordinator, Mount Union. Ely has been with Mt. Union for 12 seasons and helped lead the Raiders to a 13-1 record in 2021. Ely played on the 2008 Mt. Union National Championship team. CHRIS HAARLOW, Precision Golf School. Recipient of the 2017 Carolinas PGA Player Development Award, he has directed our golf clinic several times. Utilizes various clinicians to give broad based instruction. JUSTIN HAIRE, Head Coach, Campbell Since taking over the Campbell program in 2015, Haire has led the Camels to 202 wins and has been named Big South Coach of the Year in 2018 and 2021. The Camels have also been to three NCAA Regionals. SERGIO LOPEZ MIRO, Head Coach, Virginia Tech. Lopez Miro led the Hokies to an 11th place NCAA finish with the men and a 23rd place NCAA finish with the Women this spring. Since coming to Virgina Tech, Lopez Miro has coached his swimmers to 31 school records and has had 53 All Americans. OTHELLO “O.T.” JOHNSON, Head Coach, UNC Pembroke. Johnson has directed the Braves program for 11 years and has turned in six of the best seasons in school history. A dynamic coach, Johnson has had multiple NCAA qualifiers and National Champions. ADAM PUETT, Head Coach, UNC-Asheville. Puett has been with the Bulldogs for 12 years and was named Head Coach in 2020. He has coached multiple Big South Champions and All-Conference selections. SCOTT FORBES, Head Coach, UNC. Forbes is in his second season leading the Tar Heels, but he has been on the Carolina staff for 21 years serving as batting coach, pitching coach and recruiting coordinator. Forbes has a legacy of success as Carolina has been to the NCAA Tournament 16 times with him on the staff. STEVE FORBES, Head Coach, Wake Forest. In his second season at Wake Forest, Forbes was named ACC Coach of the Year, had the ACC Player of the Year and led the Deacs to a berth in the NIT.BRENT TIPTON, Porsche Basketball Akademie, Germany. Tipton has extensive international experience coaching U15, U17 and U18 Men’s National Teams in Guam, coaching the U18 team to a Bronze Medal in the FIBA Oceana Championships. JEFF TRIVETTE, Director of Tennis, UNCG. Trivette has directed our tennis clinics for several years. Uses both on court and in classroom instruction to make his clinics outstanding. Sessions are held on the campus of UNCG. BRENT TIPTON, Porsche Basketball Akademie, Germany. Tipton has extensive international experience coaching U15, U17 and U18 Men’s National Teams in Guam, coaching the U18 team to a Bronze Medal in the FIBA Oceana Championships. JACK WELLENHOFER, Special Teams Coach, Brevard. Wellenhofer was a long snapper for UNC-Charlotte for four years and is passionate about strong special teams play. CHASE CROCKER, Winning Mindset. Crocker has trained athletes across the country working with Winning Mindset to help develop mental toughness and focus for peak performance. SHANNON WELLS, Head Coach, Virginia. Wells finished her first season at UVA after serving for seven seasons on the volleyball staff at the University of Florida, where they went to seven consecutive NCAA tournaments. DENNIS LOVE, Assistant Strength Coach, Clemson. Love has 19 years experience in both college and the NFL and returned to Clemson in 2021. In his first stint with the Tigers, he was Director of Olympic Sport Strength and Conditioning. Sessions for any interested coaches. BRANDON HAZOURI, Assistant Coach, Wake Forest. Prior to coming to Wake, Hazouri coached at Western Illinois where he helped coach conference titles in the men’s 800 and distance medley relay in addition to a school record 4x400 relay. Hazouri was an All-American in the 800 at Samford. ANNIE SMITH, Assistant Coach, Arkansas. Smith was previously head coach at Georgia Southern for six seasons and has been on the staffs of Auburn, LSU, Mississippi State and Missouri. Smith was a part of the 2021 Razorbacks staff that earned NFCA South Region Staff of the Year as she worked with outfielders. MARK CASCIO, Assistant Coach, Appalachian State. An excellent teacher of the game, Cascio just finished his first season with the Mountaineers. He was a successful high school coach in Louisiana for 16 seasons with five Louisiana State Final Fours and a state championship before coming to App State. CHARLES “Chugger” ADAIR, Head Coach, Virginia Tech Women’s Soccer. Since joining the Hokies in 2011, Adair has led Tech to the NCAA Tournament eight times and three of the last four, advancing to the second round this past season. Adair played professionally for the LA Galaxy in MLS and in Europe.