Dynamic Practice Designby Monte Lee
At the NCAA Division 1 level, if you're not running a tight ship, you won't stay afloat for long. Well, for Monte Lee & Clemson University, their routines and habits are what other programs look to as a model of success.
This course is part 2 of Monte Lee's talks at the 2020 Virtual Baseball Coaches Summit where he breaks down how he designs dynamic practices for the Tigers. They're both efficient and effective. Packed to the brim with player development strategies yet still done in a timely manner. Monte will show you how to get more done in less time at your practices.
Quality practices are the backbone of a great baseball program. This is where true development happens.
Monte is going to teach you:
- Throwing Program Intervals
- Outfield + Baserunning Work
- How To Mesh Everything Together
- and much more...
This hour long talk has a great question and answer session so stay tuned till the end to see if your questions get answered.
Monte Lee has been the head coach at Clemson University for 5 years where he has a 182-86 (.679) record. Those 182 wins are tied for 13th most in the nation during that time period. Monte has led the Tigers to the NCAA Tournament each of his first 4 seasons. The Tigers have gone 80-54 against ACC teams.
Monte has coached 8 All-Americans at Clemson. 26 different players have also gone on to be drafted during his tenure at Clemson University.
Before Clemson, Monte was the head coach for seven years at College of Charleston (2009-15). Lee has a 458-231 record (.665), including 12 winning seasons and eight NCAA Tournament appearances.