Miami Presents: ABCs from H.B.C. (Hollie Bonewit-Cron)

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When Hollie Bonewit-Cron took over at Miami in 2016, she became the first coach of the newly-combined RedHawk men's and women's swimming programs, making her the first female coach in Miami men's swim/dive history.
That led to a historic accomplishment for Bonewit-Cron in 2019, as she became the first-ever female coach to lead a men's team to a Mid-American Conference championship in any sport when the RedHawks captured the conference meet.
How does a lightly-recruited swimmer out of Athens, Ohio become an NCAA All-American and eventually a championship-level coach? How does one head coach manage to find what motivates 65 different student-athletes on a day-in, day-out basis? Or, perhaps to put the question in broader terms, what makes a successful person successful?

In this webinar, Hollie will elaborate on a handful of the lessons she's learned so far over a 21-year coaching career, as well as some of the principles she's used as a foundation of her program during the past half dozen seasons in Oxford. Some ABCs from H.B.C., if you will.
The presentation is free to watch online, but registration is required. 
Please reach out to Emily LeFevers,, with questions.