BABSON PARK, Mass.—The Babson College men's basketball program is set to host the Coaches vs. Cancer New England Basketball Coaches Clinic for the second year in a row inside Staake Gymnasium on Sunday, September 24.
Nine-time conference coach of the year Stephen Brennan, who led the Beavers to their first national championship last winter, will be joined by some of the top coaches in the region to talk about offensive and defensive concepts, as well as individual development and end of game situations. Boston Celtics assistant Jerome Allen and Babson assistant Andrew Habermehl, who was named to the Under Armour/National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC) 30-under-30 list in April, are among the coaches scheduled to speak at the clinic.
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The clinic will run from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. and tickets can be purchased online at www.tipoffmadnessMA.org for $75 per coach or $125 for a head coach and two staff members. Tickets will also be available at the door for $100 per coach or staff. Coaches can register by visiting the Coaches vs. Cancer New England Coaches Clinic website.