Join us as we honor PCA’s Founder, Jim Thompson, as our Ronald L. Jensen Lifetime Achievement Award Winner. We honor Jim for his vision to found PCA in 1998 and for the 22 years of his life that he has dedicated to improving the culture of youth sports throughout the US.
As we enter the next 20 years, join us to recognize Jim and his extraordinary contributions to PCA! Each year, the National Youth Sports Awards & Benefit celebrates the impact of hundreds of thousands of youth coaches across the US by highlighting winners of PCA’s Double-Goal Coach® Award presented by TeamSnap. These coaches exemplify what great coaching is and how it significantly impacts our youth – striving to win while pursuing the more important goal of teaching life lessons through sports.
Santa Clara University
Saturday, May 2nd,
5:30 p.m.Add to Google Calendar
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This year, we are honoring PCA Founder Jim Thompson with the Ronald L. Jensen Lifetime Achievement Award. This year, Joining Jim FOr A Q&A is Julie Foudy.
This year, former NFL player and PCA-Los Angeles Chapter Board Member Marcellus Wiley will join us as our Master of Ceremonies.
National Advisory Board Members in Attendance
This board comprises current and former pro, college and Olympic coaches and athletes; world-class researchers and authors on sports and educational psychology; and academic, business and organizational leaders that support PCA. Several members will be in attendance again this year!
Each year, the National Youth Sports Awards & Benefit celebrates the impact of hundreds of thousands of youth coaches by highlighting PCA’s Double-Goal Coach® Award winners. Four of these outstanding coaches will win an all-expense-paid trip, with a guest, to attend the event and will share the stage for an enlightening panel discussion around their coaching.
Additionally, we’ll name PCA’s National Coach of the Year winner who will receive $10,000 for the Taube Family Prize in Recognition of Excellence in Coaching. Last year’s winner, Charlean Crowell, from Hurtsboro, Alabama was selected as our first-ever winner of the award and was featured on Good Morning America the following day!