Coach and Athletic Director

July/August 2019

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2 J U L Y / A U G U S T 2 0 1 9 A professional violinist and a lifelong Chicago Cubs fan, Carol Laube needed a new game when a debilitating nerve injury ended her musical career. To retool, she earned Ball State University's online master's in athletic coaching education to build on her love for baseball. Laube says the master's "projects were incredibly useful: making an annual baseball plan, writing my personal coaching philosophy, learning a strength and conditioning program, doing marketing." Still the associate concertmaster for the Reno (Nev.) Philharmonic, Laube also moonlights as assistant baseball coach for Galena High School in Reno and aspires to coach at the college level. Violin injury leads musician to master's in athletic coaching education. Take note: • Available 100% online • Finish in five semesters • No GRE required Ball State Online Carol Laube (left) Athletic Coaching Education Alumna Choose #101 online

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