Coach and Athletic Director

November/December 2016

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bsu.edu/online Ball State Online If you're in Larry Judge's coaching education classes, expect to learn from his 20 years of experiences at the Atlanta, Sydney, Athens, Beijing, London, and Rio Olympics. • Faculty who teach in our master's degree focused on athletic coaching education have performed on the largest stages of sport. • Because the degree is fully online, you can continue coaching and take what you learn to practice each day. • Taking two classes each semester, you can complete the 30-hour program in five semesters. (No GRE required.) Learn more at bsu.edu/online/coaching and request access to a video featuring Dr. Larry Judge. An Olympic résumé At the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio, Larry Judge, coordinator of Ball State's online athletic coaching education graduate program, coached a shot-putter who fell just seven centimeters short of making the Olympic finals. Two weeks later, at Rio's Paralympic Games, Judge coached seven throwers, one of whom won a gold medal and set a Paralympic Games record. What can you learn from a professor who's an Olympic coach?

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