Center for Coaching Excellence

Championing Athletic Success

With the goal of championing the success of athletic coaches and student-athletes of all ages, the Baldwin Wallace Center for Coaching Excellence provides education, training and support to help individuals achieve their personal and professional best.

Housed in Baldwin Wallace’s Department of Allied Health, Sport and Wellness, the Center offers opportunities for collaborative research, workshops, partnerships, training and activities that focus on coaching and player development, along with issues and trends that impact sports and society today.

Baldwin Wallace Cross Country Running Team Competing in Race
Female Soccer Player Ready to Inbound the Ball to Practice Soccer Skills
Softball Coach Guiding Two Players During a Game
Baldwin Wallace Wrestler Preparing to Wrestle Opponent

Goals and Activities

The Center for Coaching Excellence operates as a resource for the community in Northeast Ohio and nationally that sponsor activities for athletes with a wide range of abilities.

What's the Score? Podcast

What’s The Score is a monthly podcast featuring interviews with coaches, administrators and other professionals who share their experiences and expertise on how to achieve your personal and professional best.

The podcast, presented by the Center for Coaching Excellence at Baldwin Wallace University, is co-hosted by Kerry Bebie, founder and director of the Center for Coaching Excellence, and Thomas Moore, Director of Marketing in the BW Division of Community Learning.

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More Information

For more information about the Center for Coaching Excellence, contact:

Kerry A. Bebie, Ph.D.
Director, Center for Coaching Excellence

Phone: 440.826.3746