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Top Teams in 2016 NCAA Baseball Championship are Coached by Championship Productions Authors!

By Kevin Fitzpatrick - Last updated: Tuesday, May 31, 2016

The NCAA D-I Baseball Championship field has been released. Championship Productions has had the privilege of working with seven of the coaches in this year’s field, including the coaches of four of the top eight seeds!

Now, you can gain knowledge and instruction from some of the best coaches in NCAA baseball. Below is a list of the tournament coaches we have worked with. Check out the world class list of Championship Productions’ authors and click on the coaches’ names to see more information about their products:

#2 seed: Louisville Cardinals – Head Coach, Dan McDonnell – (47-12)

#3 seed: Miami Hurricanes – Head Coach, Jim Morris – (45-11)

#6 seed: Mississippi State Bulldogs – Head Coach, John Cohen – (41-16-1)

#7 seed: Clemson Tigers – Head Coach, Monte Lee – (42-18)

South Alabama Jaguars – Head Coach, Mark Calvi – (40-20)

Coastal Carolina Chanticleers – Head Coach, Gary Gilmore – (44-15)

TCU Horned Frogs – Head Coach, Jim Schlossnagle – (42-15)




Top Teams in the 2016 Women’s NCAA Tournament are Coached by Championship Productions Authors!

By Kevin Fitzpatrick - Last updated: Tuesday, March 15, 2016

The NCAA D-I Women’s Basketball Tournament tips off March 18! We would like to point out that Championship Productions has worked with 11 head coaches in this year’s field!

Athletes, parents and coaches, you can learn from some of the best coaches in women’s college basketball. Check out the world class list of Championship Productions’ authors and what their teams accomplished this year, and click on the coaches’ names to see more information about their products.

#1 seed: Connecticut Huskies – Head Coach, Geno Auriemma – (32-0) American regular season champions, American Tournament champions.

#2 seed: Maryland Terrapins – Head Coach, Brenda Frese – (30-3) Big Ten regular season champions, Big Ten Tournament champions.

#3 seed: Louisville Cardinals – Head Coach, Jeff Walz – (25-7).

#4 seed: Texas A&M Aggies – Head Coach, Bob Starkey – (21-9).

#4 seed: Syracuse Orange – Head Coach, Quentin Hillsman – (25-7).

#4 seed: Stanford Cardinal – Head Coach, Tara VanDerveer – (24-7).

#6 seed: DePaul Blue Demons – Head Coach, Doug Bruno – (26-7) Big East regular season champions.

#6 seed: Oklahoma Sooners – Head Coach, Sherri Coale – (21-10).

#7 seed: Tennessee Lady Vols – Head Coach, Holly Warlick – (19-13).

#8 seed: Georgia Bulldogs – Head Coach, Andy Landers – (21-9).

#11 seed: Purdue Boilermakers – Head Coach, Sharon Versyp – (20-11).




Championship Productions Weekly Winners 2/8-2/14: Kansas Halts the Oklahoma Offense

By Kevin Fitzpatrick - Last updated: Monday, February 15, 2016

Last week featured a total of 14 wins by Championship Productions authors over top 25 teams! Let’s take a look back and highlight some of the best victories of the week.

Congrats to the following coaches and teams!

Gold Medal

No. 6 Kansas Jayhawks 76, No 3. Oklahoma Sooners 72

The rematch of January 4th’s amazing triple overtime game lived up to the hype. The Jayhawks raced out to a 14 point lead in the first half on the road, but Oklahoma stormed back to take the lead just a couple minutes into the second half. In the end, KU edged the Sooners to jump back into a tie at the top of the Big 12 Conference standings.

The key stat of the game was Kansas holding Oklahoma to 33% shooting from the field. Considering the Sooners are one of the best offensive teams in the country, limiting them to 20 made shots on 60 attempts is a great defensive effort from the Jayhawks.

Get coaching instruction from Kansas head coach Bill Self!

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Silver Medal

Northern Iowa 53, No. 25 Wichita State 50

Northern Iowa has had some ups and downs this year, but when they play their best, they’ve proved they can beat anyone as shown by their wins over North Carolina and Iowa State earlier in the year. On Saturday, the Panthers added another impressive win to their resume by knocking off Wichita State on the road. The loss by the Shockers snapped their 43-game home winning streak.

Taking a look at the box score in this one, some odd things stand out. Despite winning, Northern Iowa was out-rebounded 48-27 on the glass, including giving up 20 offensive rebounds to Wichita State. The Panthers themselves only grabbed one offensive board all game. The Shockers took 18 more shots from the field than UNI, but both teams ended up draining 20 shots each.

Get coaching instruction from Northern Iowa head coach Ben Jacobson!

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Bronze Medal

Creighton 70, No. 5 Xavier 56

The Bluejays jumped out to an early lead and never let it evaporate en route to an upset over Big East foe Xavier. The Musketeers had a horrendous shooting night from long range, only connecting on one of their 24 3-pointers.

Additionally, Creighton held Xavier to just 30% shooting from the field. Going 19/26 from the free throw stripe helped the Bluejays keep the lead at an arm’s length all night long. The double-digit margin of victory over a top 5 team is what gives them this week’s final medal.

Get coaching instruction from Creighton head coach Greg McDermott!

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Honorable Mentions

No. 18 Purdue 82, No. 8 Michigan State 81 – The Boilermakers outlasted the Spartans in overtime and made seven more free throws than MSU attempted.

Get coaching instruction from Purdue head coach Matt Painter!

Indiana 85, No. 4 Iowa 78 – Each team hauled in 19 offensive boards, leading to tons of second-chance opportunities. The Hoosiers made their free throws down the stretch to preserve the victory at home.

Get coaching instruction from Indiana head coach Tom Crean!

Duke 63, No. 7 Virginia 62 – This one ended with a banked-in buzzer-beater in the lane that Virginia fans thought was preceded by a travel and Duke fans thought the shooter was fouled on. No whistle was blown and the Blue Devils picked up a big win in ACC action.

Get coaching instruction from Duke head coach Mike Krzyzewski!

Texas Tech over No. 14 Iowa State and No. 21 Baylor – The Red Raiders took down a pair of ranked opponents this week in Iowa State and Baylor. The game against ISU was a 85-82 overtime victory at home, while the win over Baylor was a 84-66 mauling on the road.

Get coaching instruction from Texas Tech head coach Tubby Smith!




Top Teams in 2015 NCAA Men’s Lacrosse Championships are Championship Productions’ Authors!

By Kevin Fitzpatrick - Last updated: Monday, May 11, 2015

The NCAA D-I, D-II and D-III Men’s Lacrosse Championships are already underway, and Championship Productions has had the privilege of working with top tournament coaches at every level! Now, you can gain knowledge and instruction from some of the best coaches in NCAA men’s lacrosse. Below is a list of the tournament coaches we have worked with. Check out the world class list of Championship Productions’ authors, and click on the coaches’ names to see more information about their products:

Division I

#1 seed: Notre Dame Fighting Irish – Head Coach, Kevin Corrigan – (11-2)
#2 seed: Syracuse Orange – Head Coach, John Desko – (13-2)
#4 seed: Denver Pioneers – Head Coach, Bill Tierney – (14-2)
#5 seed: Duke Blue Devils – Head Coach, John Danowski – (12-6)
#7 seed: Virginia Cavaliers – Head Coach, Dominic Starsia; Assistant Coach, Marc Van Arsdale – (10-5)
Brown Bears – Head Coach, Lars Tiffany – (12-5)
Ohio State Buckeyes – Head Coach, Nick Myers – (12-6)
Colgate Red Raiders – Head Coach, Michael Murphy – (10-6)
John Hopkins Blue Jays – Head Coach, Dave Pietramala; Assistant Coach, Bobby Benson – (10-6)

Division II

#1 seed: Limestone Saints – Head Coach, J.B. Clarke – (18-1)

Division III

Tufts Jumbos – Head Coach, Mike Daly – (18-2)
Salisbury Seagulls – Head Coach, Jim Berkman – (17-4)
Stevenson Mustangs – Head Coach, Paul Cantabene – (16-5)




Top Teams in 2015 NCAA Women’s Lacrosse Championships are Championship Productions’ Authors!

By Kevin Fitzpatrick - Last updated: Monday, May 11, 2015

The NCAA D-I, D-II and D-III Women’s Lacrosse Championships are already underway, and Championship Productions has had the privilege of working with top tournament coaches at every level! Now, you can gain knowledge and instruction from some of the best coaches in NCAA women’s lacrosse. Below is a list of the tournament coaches we have worked with. Check out the world class list of Championship Productions’ authors, and click on the coaches’ names to see more information about their products:

Division I

#2 seed: North Carolina Tar Heels – Head Coach, Jenny Levy; Assistant Coach, Phil Barnes – (16-3)
#4 seed: Syracuse Orange – Head Coach, Gary Gait – (15-7)
#8 seed: Northwestern Wildcats – Head Coach, Kelly Amonte Hiller – (14-6)
Stanford Cardinal – Head Coach, Amy Bokker; Assistant Coach, Brooke McKenzie; Sports Performance Coach, Lesley Moser – (15-3)

Division II

Le Moyne Dolphins – Head Coach, Kathy Taylor – (18-3)

Division III

Franklin & Marshall Diplomats – Head Coach, Mike Faith – (18-2)




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