CHESTERTOWN, Md. -- Washington College head men's soccer coach Roy Dunshee is the subject of an extensive interview in the latest issue of Soccer Journal, the official publication of the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA).
In the interview, Dunshee talks about his experience presenting as a guest clinician at the 2014 Cal South Expo, his role with Coerver Coaching, the status of the Shoremen's soccer program, and the differences between coaching college and coaching high school, among other topics.
He finishes the interview with some advice for young coaches, stating, "Coaching is no different than any other endeavor. To get better you must practice. So take every opportunity to be on a field with a team and find your coaching voice. Imitate than innovate. And get an education! We are so lucky in our sport to have formalized licensing. Take advantage of the courses and stay open to new ideas. And be kind to your players."
The entire article can be read here, thanks to Soccer Journal and the NSCAA.