Delaware State Women’s Basketball Assistant Coach
| Leading Young Women During a Pandemic.
When catching up with Samera she’ll do anything for the game that she loves – Basketball. In this pod, we discuss her roots in NYC, her high school and collegiate career, how she got into coaching, how she almost officiated, and what it is like to coach Division 1 Basketball during Covid 19. All that and more, my conversation with Coach Marsh, now.
2:25 – How did you hear about Referee Rant?
4:25 – How are you doing, How is your family doing and when did you take the Coronavirus really serious, Was you in the midst of your season or middle of a game?
10:00 – Racial Injustice your thoughts?
11:00 – What do you think you learned about yourself during this whole time?
12:45 – Where did you grow up and what did you play in middle school, high school, and college?
23:00 – Mentors and what they have done for you?
26:10 – what kind of advice would you give someone if they want to get into coaching?
27:50 – What does it take to master the recruiting side of a coach?
34:20 – Name the most memorable person you played against or you have coached in the game and also in the game of life?
42:15 – Do you think technology is a plus or negative with these kids these days?
47:30 – What do you think of the attributes what do you think help you to get to where you are as a basketball coach?
49:40 – What do you think it will take to get to where you want to go and ultimately where do you want to go as a basketball coach?
51:40 – What is the most stickiest situation as a Player, a Recruiter, and as a Coach?
58:50 – What is your best moment as a Player, a Recruiter, and a Coach?1:01:00 – What does Basketball means to you in your life?
1:03:12 – Final Words?
“If it doesn’t challenge you, it won’t change you.” – Fred Devito