Minnis Participates in Sports Leadership Breakfast for Positive Coaching Alliance

Minnis Participates in Sports Leadership Breakfast for Positive Coaching Alliance

Minnis participated in the fouth Positive Coaching Alliance breakfast panel Monday morning (Gil Talbot).

BOSTON – Ted Minnis, The Friends of Harvard Water Polo Head Coach, was part of a three-member panel Monday morning at the Fourth Annual Coffee with the Coach event. The event is presented as a sports leadership breakfast that benefits the Positive Coaching Alliance of New England.

Minnis joined Boston College men's hockey head coach Jerry York, as well as Olympic gold medalist and Boston Breakers head coach Cat Whitehill Monday morning at the State Street Pavilion at Fenway Park for a panel discussion on the impact coaches can have on their student-athletes on and off the field, ice, court and pool. Character building was an emphasis of the panel that served as a resource to local youth and high school coaches.

"I was very excited to participate in the PCA event Monday and appreciated the dialogue I shared with the two other tremendous coaches on the panel who's resumes speak for themselves," said Minnis after the event.

Minnis is the winningest coach in Harvard women's water polo history and is two wins shy of becoming the winningest coach in men's history.

The Monday morning event also featured a special presentation from Stephen Pagliuca, the co-chairman of Bain Capital and co-owner of the Boston Celtics.

Positive Coaching Alliance focuses on developing better athletes and better people through resources for youth and high school coaches, parents, administrators and student-athletes. To find more information on PCA, visit their site HERE.