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Scott Berry: USM Baseball Head Coach - Confidence, Understanding Failure, & Learning to Compete

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Today on the show we have the head coach of Southern Mississippi. baseball, Scott Berry.
 
Coach Berry started his coaching career as an assistant for Meridian College in 1991.  In 1997 he took over as the Head Coach at Meridian Community College where his team won their first National Junior College World Series.  His teams were ranked in the top 10 all four years he was head coach.
 
He then joined Southern Miss. as an assistant coach where he took on the role of the hitting & pitching coach.  During his time as the hitting coach the team went from batting .279 to over .300.  He was appointed associate head coach before taking over as the head coach in 2010.  Since then, Southern Miss has captured three Conference USA tournament titles, registered four league regular-season crowns, obtained five NCAA Tournament appearances and he’s won the league’s Coach of the Year Award three times, including in each of the last two years.
 
Coach and I got to talk about a lot of different things like transitioning from player to coach, confidence, understanding failure, the mental side of the game, learning how to compete, and much more.

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About the Host

Joe Yevoli (@joeyevoliis an Entrepreneur and former Professional Lacrosse Player in the MLL.

Joe’s a graduate of the University of Virginia, and Syracuse University. He’s a two time All-American, 2002 ACC Rookie of the Year, and a member of the 2003 Virginia National Championship team.

 

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