To Mr. Smith,
With a decade of experience under my belt, I’ve had the honor of leading the sports departments at three highly regarded universities. At Southern University, where I oversaw the training programs for both basketball and football, I developed a method of instruction that led to a 10% increase in performance among track athletes. Because of this, the team’s overall performance improved.
I developed a system for managing athletes and recruiting new ones that has led to an increase in contact evaluation of 20%, an improvement in retention rates of 30%, and a reduction in injury rates of 8% in the previous four years. As a result, they have finished first twice and second once in the past three years in regional competition.
Whether they are the team’s head coach or an assistant, I think a coach’s primary responsibility is to help their players become the best they can be on and off the field. Throughout my career as a high school and collegiate coach, I have had the privilege of working with some absolutely remarkable athletes. I would consider it a great privilege to do the same for the athletes in your program.
Sometime next week, I’d be happy to talk about what I can bring to the table. I’m looking forward to your response.
Respectful regards, Dr. Sarah Gough