Tara VanDerveer Drills by Hal Gullick

Tara VanDerveer Drills by Hal Gullick

FastModel Sports hosted a Virtual Coaching Clinic that featured Tara VanDerveer from Stanford University and Tim Miles from Nebraska University. Tara VanDerveer is a Hall of Fame Coach, who has established and maintained Stanford Women’s Basketball as a perennial Top 10 team for the last two decades. She has complied an astounding overall record of 985–226 (.813). Here are some of Coach VanDerveer’s favorite drills that she has used over the years in her career. The emphasis of these drills focus on defense, shooting, rebounding, and passing.

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Hal Gullick is currently the Boys’ Varsity Assistant Coach at Bishop McGuinness Catholic High School in Oklahoma City, OK. Prior to McGuinness, he was the Lead Varsity Assistant/Junior Varsity Head Basketball Coach at Norman High School for two years. Coach Gullick also served as the lead Varsity Assistant/Junior Varsity Girls’ Basketball Coach at Bishop McGuinness for three seasons.

Coach Gullick started his coaching career at the MAYB, AAU, and Junior High ranks in Arkansas, where he served as head boys’ basketball coach for multiple summer teams and programs. Gullick has coached at various basketball camps and clinics throughout Arkansas and Oklahoma. He serves as a lead coach for the Kevin Durant Basketball ProCamps, and is also a USA Basketball licensed coach. Coach Gullick is a former student-athlete from the state of Arkansas where he also played high school basketball. While playing in Arkansas, he earned All-District, All-Regional, and Arkansas All-State honors. He brings a wealth of knowledge and experience on and off the court as a former player and as a coach.

Coach Gullick is a graduate of the University of Central Oklahoma where he earned a B.S. in Education, and is currently attending the University of Oklahoma pursuing a M.Ed. in Adult and Higher Education with an emphasis in Intercollegiate Athletic Administration.

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