Motivate Your Team – Bring Jackie Stiles to Your Campus
All Time NCAA Leading Scorer
Two Time All American
National Player of the Year
WNBA Rookie of the Year
Jackie Stiles remains today, 10 years after leading her Missouri State Bears to a 2001 Final Four appearance, one of America’s favorite sports personalities. Her small town Midwest upbringing, her humility and work ethic, make her the perfect role model for your players.
Now retired from playing, Jackie is dedicating herself to educating the next generation of woman’s college basketball stars. This past summer, Jackie launched her first Collegiate Woman’s Basketball Skills Camps. The positive reception and feedback from around the nation by players who took advantage of this unique opportunity, proves that Jackie has found a much needed niche in the developmental process of today’s collegiate players.
Jackie has been called by many who witnessed her on court magic, a once in a lifetime player. Her allure is timeless. Bring Jackie to your campus and let her spend four hours with your athletes, and you will also call her a once in a lifetime teacher and motivator. Jackie has developed a in-season program complimentary to her off season skills camps, to further her potential impact on your team – a four hour in-season session with your athletes, presented by Jackie in the convenience of your practice facility. This fast moving program, modified to meet NCAA, NJCAA and NAIA requirements, will share with your team Jackie’s inspiring basketball journey, helping your team focus on individual and team goals, on and off court leadership and the development of cohesive team chemistry.
An early season energizer, a mid season break in routine to refocus your team, or a late season motivator to spring board you to that dream run deep into post season play – Jackie’s time spent with your athletes will be just that right motivational tool needed to raise their performance to a championship level of play. All you need is a four hour time slot. This would be a great change of pace for an open weekend, or during an academic holiday break.