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Greg Bach, (800) 729-2057
MNASE Basketball league LLC joins the
National Alliance for Youth Sports as a Member Organization
Becomes one of more than 3,000 organizations in national movement to enhance youth sports programs through volunteer coach training
West Saint Paul, MN – The MNASE Basketball League LLC has joined the National Alliance for Youth Sports (NAYS) as its newest Member Organization, helping to spread the message of safe and positive sports experiences for youth across the country through education and resources.
As a NAYS Member Organization, MNASE Basketball League LLC will have access to resources and tools to improve their youth sports programs: trainings for coaches, parents, league directors and officials; coach evaluations through NAYS’ unique Coach Rating System; and volunteer accountability by adherence to the NAYS Code of Ethics. NAYS Member Organizations are currently active in more than 3,000 communities and military bases worldwide.
“When an organization participates as a NAYS Member Organization, they are taking a step to improve their community,” said John Engh, executive director of NAYS. “By ensuring that their volunteer coaches are receiving proper training they are leading the way to positive, memorable experiences that youth athletes will take with them throughout their life.”
MNASE Basketball League LLC recently had 1 coach complete the NAYS Coach Training. As NAYS members, coaches receive liability insurance coverage and access to continuing education resources, such as the NAYS coaching forum, skills and drills information and Coach Rating System.
The NAYS Coach Training features insight from top professional and collegiate coaches, covers dealing with parents, conducting fun and effective practices, game day management, safety, nutrition and hydration, among many other important areas relevant to coaching youth sports.
The National Alliance for Youth Sports (NAYS) educates, equips and empowers youth sports leaders, volunteers and parents so all children can enjoy the lifelong benefits of sports. NAYS, a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization, partners with more than 3,000 community-based organizations and has trained more than four million adults since 1981. Visit NAYS online at www.nays.org.