CALI BARRON, Head Coach, Carrollton HS (GA). As a member of Florida State’s 2018 ACC and National Championship team, Barron had an outstanding career with the Seminoles as an All-ACC and NFCA Southeast All-Region performer. BOB BRAMAN, Head Coach, Florida State. Under Braman, the Seminoles are synonymous with success on the national stage. The 2006 and 2008 NCAA Outdoor National Champions, the Seminoles just finished with a Top-15 at the NCAA Indoor. Braman has 50 national, regional and conference Coach of the Year honors. DAN BROOKS, Clemson (Retired). A long time friend of the NC Coaching Clinic, Dan Brooks enjoyed a storied coaching career that began at Kings Mountain HS. Throughout his years at UNC, Tennessee and Clemson, Brooks was a championship defensive coach who sent multiple players to the NFL. He retired after helping Clemson win the 2016 National Championship. PERRY COSTALES, Assistant Sports Performance for Olympic Sports, Charlotte. Costales has worked with many sports and currently oversees aspects of performance with the 49er’s soccer programs. CHASE CROCKER, Winning Mindset. Crocker returns to the Clinic after strong reviews in 2022. Crocker has trained athletes across the country working with Winning Mindset to help develop mental toughness and focus for peak performance. TODD DODGE, Westlake HS, TX (Retired). A legend in Texas high school football, Dodge was a three-time National Coach of the Year. In his career, Dodge coached teams to 7 Texas 6A State Championships and in those championship seasons, had a record of 124-2. MEGAN GEBBIA, Head Coach, Wake Forest. In her first season with the Demon Deacons, Coach Gebbia took Wake to the second round of the Women’s NIT. In 27 years coaching, Gebbia has helped her teams reach the NCAA Tournament 12 times. She came to Wake from American University where she was the all-time wins leader and led the Eagles to five 20-plus win seasons. BRADEN HOLLOWAY, Head Coach, NC State. Eight-time ACC Men’s Coach of the Year and 2017 Women’s COTY, Holloway has coached Wolfpack swimmers to multiple individual and relay NCAA titles. He was also the 2019 Head Coach for Team USA at the World University Games. PAT KELSEY, Head Coach, College of Charleston. Kelsey just finished his second season with the Cougars in grand style with a 31-4 record, winning the CAA title and making the NCCA Tournament. Prior to joining Charleston, Kelsey led Winthrop to three NCAA berths and was Big South Conference Coach of the Year in 2021. His enthusiasm for the game makes him one of the hottest young coaches in the country. KEYNOTE SESSION, Monday, July 17 at 2pm. A “Center Court Conversation” with Roy Williams and Mike Krzyzewski. Join these two legends as they share their thoughts on coaching philosophy, competition and life. The session will be held in the main arena and moderated by Wes Durham of the ACC Network. Doors to the arena will open at 1:30pm and the program will begin at 2:00. VIN LANANNA, Head Coach, Virginia. Lananna joined the Hoos in 2019 and has made an immediate impact. In 2022, UVA had a Top-10 Women’s finish and Top-25 Men’s finish at the NCAA’s. A five-time NCAA Coach of the Year and Hall of Famer, Lananna has won 11 NCAA team championships during his stints at Stanford and Oregon. PAUL MARCO, Head Coach, Binghamton University. In his 20th season at Binghamton, Marco has directed the Bearcats to two America East Conference titles and had a run of a conference record six consecutive conference championship games from 03-08. KIM McNEILL, Head Coach, East Carolina. McNeill led the Pirates on a great run at the end of the season to win their first American Conference Championship and make their third trip to the NCAA Tournament. ECU was one of the top defensive teams in the country ranking 3rd in Division 1 in both steals and turnovers forced per game. DAN MESKE, Associate Head Coach, Louisville. Meske helped lead the Cards to an ACC Co-Championship and NCAA Runner-up in 2022. A former assistant at Nebraska and head coach at Augustana, Meske has been with the Cardinals since 2017. In 2021, the # 1 Cards went 32-1 and made to the NCAA Semi-Finals. PAUL PAYNE, Past President of the National Soccer Coaches Association and Senior National Staff Coach for the NSCAA, Payne was Head Coach at Bloomsburg University for 16 seasons. PAT SANTORO, Head Coach, Lehigh. In his sixteenth season at his alma mater, Santoro has over 170 victories with many over ranked opponents. Santoro has been named EIWA Coach of the Year six times. Before returning to Lehigh, Santoro was head coach at Maryland, helping the Terps win their 1st ACC title in 35 years and was named ACC Coach of the Year in 2008. ANNA SHELNUTT, Assistant Coach, Troy University. Shelnutt was a standout at Florida State, helping the Seminoles with the 2018 ACC and NCAA Championships and was selected to the College World Series All-Tournament Team. RACHAEL STEIL, Coach and Author, Running In Silence. Rachael Steil has spoken across the country educating coaches on recognizing possible eating disorders in athletes, and helping coaches get their athletes the help they need. 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. 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. KEYNOTE SESSION, Monday, July 17 at 2pm. A “Center Court Conversation” with Roy Williams and Mike Krzyzewski. Join these two legends as they share their thoughts on coaching philosophy, competition and life. The session will be held in the main arena and moderated by Wes Durham of the ACC Network. Doors to the arena will open at 1:30pm and the program will begin at 2:00. UDON CHEEK, Assistant Coach, East Carolina. An ECU track alumni, after graduation Cheek helped coach the Pirates Women’s sprints, hurdles and relay programs. He also assisted at DH Conley and JH Rose before returning to the Pirates in 2008. His encouragement based leadership style has helped him develop championship sprinters and relay teams at East Carolina.