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Joanne P. McCallie (born in Monterey, California in 1966) is the head coach of the Duke University women's basketball team. McCallie is known as "Coach P" because of her maiden name, Palombo.

McCallie was named head coach at Duke on April 18, 2007, replacing Gail Goestenkors, who had left to coach at Texas. Before Duke and the Atlantic Coast Conference, McCallie spent seven years as the head coach at Michigan State University in the Big Ten Conference.

While with the Spartans, she led the team to 149 wins and 75 losses (.670), including five straight NCAA Tournament appearances (2003–2007). McCallie has an overall record of 316-148 (.681) and 11 NCAA tournament appearances. She replaced Karen Langeland, who retired following 24 years as the head coach at MSU.

While at MSU, McCallie also led the 2006 USA Basketball U20 National Team to a FIBA Americas U20 Championship and gold medal, and was selected to coach the 2007 USA Basketball Women's U21 Team in the FIBA World Championship under 21 for women.



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2005 National Coach of the Year (Michigan State);
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TEAM WARM UP:
Coach McCallie begins each practice with a team warm-up/stretching segment, individual development drills, and team development drills. These drills are designed to improve ball handling, passing and shooting skills while incorporating McCallie's offensive and defensive philosophy. You will see break down drills for post and perimeter players, situational transition drills and full court conditioning drills.




OFFENSE:
Get an in-depth look at McCallie's offensive system from the early offense philosophy and calls to half court options into the shot clock play, plus a look at what they do versus zone defenses. You will see how Duke executes its early offense through different reads and calls versus a 5-on-0 setting as well as in a 5-on-5 scrimmage. You also get an in-depth look at some of Duke's half-court offensive sets they use versus man and zone defense.




DEFENSE:
On the defensive side of the ball, McCallie shows some of her man defensive drills as well as her match-up zone. See how Duke defends on the ball, works on transition defense and defends the post. See techniques for disrupting the ball, eliminating passing lanes and placing pressure on the offense. She adds to the defense by showing where and how they trap to cause disruption to the offense.




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"... Those who have not known Joanne P. McCallie long may wonder why her players and those who know her well call her “Coach P.” The “P” stands for Palombo, her maiden name. McCallie is proud of her Italian heritage, and early in her career found many similarities between herself and coaching legend Jim Valvano. She reasoned that if there could be a “Jimmy V”, why not a “Joanne P?” Therefore, during her years as Joanne Palombo, she became known as “Coach P,” and after her marriage to John McCallie, she decided to keep the “P” as a middle initial. But old habits die hard, so players, coaches, staff members and friends continue to refer to her simply as “Coach P.” ..."
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The ACC Coach of the Year in 2010, Head Coach Joanne P. McCallie enters her fourth season at the helm of the Blue Devils’ program. LAST year, McCallie guided Duke to its sixth ACC Championship and ninth regular season ACC title in school history. Along the way, she also became the first coach in Division I history to be crowned champion in four different conferences, as well as the first coach in NCAA history to garner coach of the year accolades in four different leagues. Coach P and the Blue Devils return several experienced veterans and will welcome the nation’s No. 1 ranked recruiting class for the 2010-11 campaign.

In just three years, Coach P has guided the Blue Devils to an 82-22 overall record, a 33-9 mark in Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) action and three NCAA Tournament selections, including a No. 1 seed in 2009 and an Elite Eight appearance in 2010, while collecting her first ACC regular season and Tournament titles in 2010. Her 78.6 winning percentage in ACC contests ranks first on the conference’s all-time coaching charts. Meanwhile, Coach P’s winning percentage of 78.9 in all games is first among active coaches in the ACC and second in the conference’s all-time coaching records.


Current position
Title: Head coach
Team: Duke University
Record: 117-25 (.824)

Biographical details
Born: 1966
Place of birth: Monterey, California

Playing career
1984-1987 Northwestern University
Position(s) Guard

Coaching career (HC unless noted)
1988 - 1992 ~ Auburn (asst.)
1992 - 2000 ~ Maine
2000 - 2007 ~ Michigan State
2006 ~ USA U-21
2007 ~ USA U-20
2007 - present ~ Duke

Head coaching record
Overall 316-148 (.681)

Accomplishments and honors

Championships
North Atlantic Conference (1995, 96, 97)
America East Conference (1999)
Big Ten Conference (2005)

Awards
Conference Coach of the Year (1995, 96, 99, 05)
National Coach of the Year (2005)
New England Basketball Hall of Fame





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"... Choice Not Chance is an incredible exploration into the life of a loving mother and phenomenal coach whose leadership for women's basketball has truly been indispensable.

She has time and again represented the highest ideals of sport and is a role model not only for
her  daughter, Maddie, but all daughters across our nation."
U.S. Senator Olympia J. Snowe (Maine)

"... Coach P. has written a must-read book for leaders of all types—including everyday leaders.?She persuasively demonstrates that choice is a verb and not just a noun, that one's destiny is achieved by conscious decision making and forward movement. Even in her moments of personal vulnerability, she braids together strong threads of story, lessons, and advice.? For all of us who sometimes need both inspiration and a push—as she does on the basketball court—Joanne P. McCallie delivers in this book. ..."
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Coach P’s philosophy


Coach P has an undying passion to develop people into winners.  She is only one of four coaches who have taken three different programs to the NCAA Tournament.  McCallie is also one of two coaches to guide her teams to a No. 1 seed in the NCAA Tournament at two different schools. She has three National Championship game appearances in her career and has been named conference coach of the year four times.  Coach P has coached 10 players who have received All-America honors.  In her 19-year head coaching career, her teams have reached 20 wins 15 times.

Player development is a key component to Coach P’s philosophy.  During McCallie’s career she has seen nine of her former players go on to play professionally.  Five players have been first round WNBA Draft picks: Cindy Blodgett, Kristin Haynie, Elizabeth Shimek, Chante Black and Jasmine Thomas.  In the WNBA offseason, these players, as well as Jay Cheek, Bridgette Mitchell, Carrem Gay, Lindsay Bowen, Kelli Roehrig and Lorenda Haynes have enjoyed an overseas experience playing in countries such as Israel, Russia, Greece, France and Denmark.  Coach P does not only produce great professional players, she also prepares players to be great coaches.  Niya Butts, a former assistant coach at Michigan State under McCallie, is currently the head coach at the University of Arizona.  Seven others are head coaches at the D-1 level -- Katie Abrahamson-Henderson (Albany), AnnMarie Gilbert (Eastern Michigan), Felisha Legette-Jack (Indiana), Janel Burgess (Grand Valley State), Semeka Randall (Ohio University, Darren Bennett (Skidmore) and Julie Veilleux (Colby College). ......



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...... Coach P created the “Choice Not Chance” kids club whose philosophy focuses on making the correct choices in life. The philosophy is widely used by McCallie, her staff and players, who are very active in the community speaking about “CNC.” In its inaugural year the program received memberships of over 100 children who are entering the eighth grade or under.

Another tradition introduced in McCallie’s first season was the Coach P radio show, a first for the women’s basketball program at Duke. The show is hosted by Morgan Patrick on 620 AM The Bull, and performed live once a month at Satisfaction Restaurant, often among standing room only attendance. During the broadcast, fans have the opportunity to ask Coach P about upcoming games and events involving the Duke Women’s Basketball team.





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Synopsis

Throughout her pioneering career in college basketball, Coach Joanne P. McCallie has followed a simple philosophy: Choice, not chance, determines destiny. Choose to become a champion in life. From her first head coaching position at age 26 to her current role as head coach for the Duke Blue Devils, McCallie has enjoyed sharing these principles with her winning teams and the youth in the communities where she and her family have lived.

Now you can apply this tested approach to your work and life challenges with Choice Not Chance. Going beyond McCallie's highlights and victories, this book reveals the daily work her leadership demands, including the sacrifices, setbacks, loneliness, and joys she experienced as she persevered in developing her beliefs. It also includes how she drew strength from other leaders, including Joe Ciampi, Tom Izzo, legendary Duke Coach Mike Krzyzewski, and, briefly but poignantly, iconic women's basketball coach for NC State, Kay Yow.

In Choice Not Chance, you'll find universal, no-nonsense lessons for anyone who wants to be the best and inspire those around them. You'll learn to build stronger teamwork, make better and more effective decisions, and foster competition as you discover how to:

Think reasonably and make decisions based on reason over emotion

Ignore the "scoreboard" and focus on what's important to be a process-driven thinker

Attract the right people to work in your organization by virtue of your principles

Lead under any circumstances

Create a competitive cauldron and love what competition teaches

Joanne P. McCallie's career highlights how deter-mination, hard work, and living passionately can energize us to go beyond our limits and achieve our dreams. Let her wisdom inspire you to pursue your highest goals in business and life, and make your success a matter of Choice Not Chance.


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U.S. Senator Olympia J. Snowe (Maine)

"... Coach P. has taken her formula for winning on the court and has implemented her successful plan for winning into daily life. She shares her sacrifices on her journey to becoming a Coach and experiences as a dedicated mother and wife. A revealing story of Coach P.'s focus and commitment to success on and off the court. ..."
Joe Ciampi, Women's Basketball Head Coach (1979–2004), Auburn University;Women's Basketball Hall of Fame Inductee (2005)


     



"... Coach P. has written a must-read book for leaders of all types—including everyday leaders.?She persuasively demonstrates that choice is a verb and not just a noun, that one's destiny is achieved by conscious decision making and forward movement. Even in her moments of personal vulnerability, she braids together strong threads of story, lessons, and advice.? For all of us who sometimes need both inspiration and a push—as she does on the basketball court—Joanne P. McCallie delivers in this book. ..."
Jennifer Granholm, two-term Governor of the State of Michigan

"... Joanne P. McCallie is inordinately bright and an exceptional leader both on and off the court. To be sure, her enthusiasm and passion for the game of women's basketball, and Duke University in general, is exceedingly contagious. That passion comes through clearly in the pages of Choice Not Chance. ..."
Kevin M. White, Duke University Vice President and Director of Athletics


Table of Contents


Foreword Mike Krzyzewski
Preface

Introduction

Chapter 1 ~ Be Ready for Change and Adventure

Opportunity Knocks

My First Meeting with Coach K

Chapter 2 ~ Creating "Choice Not Chance"

We Are All Products of the Choices We Make

Chapter 3 ~ The Underdog, Fighter Mentality

A Navy Brat Grows Up

Wherever They Live, Kids Need to Be Motivated

Role Models Help Me Develop My Skills

Nurturing Interest and a Desire to Improve

Graduation Approaches

Chapter 4 ~ Nobody Likes Whiners

Arriving at Northwestern and Fighting for Playing Time

A Coaching Change

My First (Bittersweet) Taste of the NCAA Tournament

Chapter 5 ~ Money Alone Won't Make You Happy

What Am I Going to Do with My Life?

Following a Passion: My Return to Basketball

Chapter 6 ~ Never Be Afraid to Try Something and Make a Mistake

Making a Commitment and Sticking with It

Things Begin to Make Sense

A Nearly Fatal Mistake

Chapter 7 ~ Seek Out Mentors: Th ere Is No Substitute for Experience

Why the Scoreboard Is Irrelevant: Play the Game to Attack and Compete

Learning from Failure

Seek Out the Wisdom of Others

Chapter 8 ~ Not All of Your Players (or Employees)
Will Get Along with Each Other


Th e Other Side of Success

Learning Balance, Restoring Energy

Expectations for the Future

Chapter 9 ~ Life Is More than the Game

Away from the Court, My Priorities Change

Team in Transition

New Developments on the Court and in My Life

Chapter 10 ~ Set High Team Goals While Motivating on an Individual Level:
No Two Players ( Just Like No Two Employees )


Are Exactly Alike

Arriving at Michigan State

Lessons from Tom Izzo and Lonny Rosen

Motivating a New Team

Managing Conflict

Chapter 11 ~ Everybody Has to Be Challenged to See How Good They Can Become

Challenges and Progress at Michigan State

Always Measure Your Accomplishments

Chapter 12 ~ Step Back and Reassess Your Priorities

How Can We Improve? What Can We Do Better?

Refusing to Give Up, No Matter the Opponent

Chapter 13 ~ A Message from Coach Smith and Coach Wooden

Winning Isn’t Always about Who Has the Best or Most Talented Players

Coming Close Creates Added Motivation

Chapter 14 ~ Coach K Teaches, "Do What You Came Here to Do"

Moving On

Meeting Another Challenge

Getting to Work at Duke

Coach K Gives Me the Message I Need When I Need It

My First Big Win at Duke

Transition at Work and at Home

Chapter 15 ~ You Have to Seek Out the Changes
—and See How You Need to React to Them—
to Make the Team (and Your World) Better


Chapter 16 ~ Recruiting Is a True Test of Will, Discipline, Character,
and Evaluation Ability


Getting the Right Group of Players

Chapter 17 Competitive Cauldron

Acknowledgments

University of Maine and Michigan State University

Duke University

Index


About the Author: Joanne McCallie


Joanne P. McCallie is Head Coach of the Duke Women's Basketball team. The ACC Coach of the Year in 2010 and AP National Coach of the Year in 2005, she's in her fifth season at the helm of the Blue Devils' program. McCallie became the first coach in Division Ihistory to be crowned champion in four different conferences, as well as the first coach in NCAA history to garner "coach of the year" accolades in four different leagues. She has accumulated more than 450 wins as a head coach at Maine, Michigan State, and Duke. As a coach and player, McCallie has led her teams to nineteen conference titles, three NCAA Final Fours, and three NCAA National Championship Games.
     
At age 26, Joanne P. McCallie, a.k.a. Coach P, began her career at Maine, where in the span of eight years, she elevated the women's basketball program to a very competitive team that outdrew the men's crowds, a rarity in college sports. Over her tenure, she created the Choice Not Chance (CNC) philosophy, training kids how to think and focus on making the correct choices in life. She imparted her passionate philosophy to all of her players and now brings it to her efforts as head coach at Duke. Choice Not Chance highlights McCallie's lessons for building a fierce competitor, such as "Going against the grain," "Never become satisfied," and "Enjoy the prospect of getting better daily."

The CNC philosophy is widely used by McCallie, her staff, and players, who are very active in the community speaking about "CNC."

• Joanne P. McCallie is head coach of the Duke Women's Basketball team and was the ACC Coach of the Year in 2010

• McCallie became the first coach in Division I history to be crowned champion in four different conferences, as well as the first coach in NCAA history to garner coach of the year accolades in four different leagues

• A native of Brunswick, Maine, McCallie owns a career mark of 431-174 and is entering her 20th year as a head coach at Maine, Michigan State and Duke; as a coach and player, she has led her teams to 15 conference titles, 19 NCAA Tournament appearances, seven NCAA Sweet 16 appearances, five NCAA Elite Eight appearances, three NCAA Final Four appearances and three NCAA Championship game appearances

• During the 2004-05 season at Michigan State, she won the Big Ten Regular Season and Tournament Championship en route to a National Championship game appearance. For her efforts she was named the Associated Press National Coach of the Year

• McCallie has taught her teams to play with passion and fight hard for recognition, and her teams have achieved remarkable success. Apply her wisdom to your teams, your employees, and your own life.

Rob Rains is the author of twenty-eight nonfiction books including autobiographies of Ozzie Smith and Jack Buck. He is currently sports editor of the St. Louis Globe-Democrat, an online daily newspaper, and an adjunct professor in the school of communications at Webster University.

 




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Joanne P. McCallie, "Coach P", Duke University Women's Basketball Head Coach

Joanne P. McCallie,
Joanne Palombo-McCallie (born in Monterey, California in 1966) is the head coach of the Duke University women's basketball team. McCallie is known as "Coach P" because of her maiden name, Palombo.

Coaching career


McCallie was named head coach at Duke on April 18, 2007, replacing Gail Goestenkors, who had left to coach at Texas.[2] Before Duke and the Atlantic Coast Conference, McCallie spent seven years as the head coach at Michigan State University in the Big Ten Conference.

While with the Spartans, she led the team to 149 wins and 75 losses (.670), including five straight NCAA Tournament appearances (2003–2007). McCallie has an overall record of 316-148 (.681) and 11 NCAA tournament appearances. She replaced Karen Langeland, who retired following 24 years as the head coach at MSU.[3] While at MSU, McCallie also led the 2006 USA Basketball U20 National Team to a FIBA Americas U20 Championship and gold medal, and was selected to coach the 2007 USA Basketball Women's U21 Team in the FIBA World Championship under 21 for women.

Prior to her time at MSU, McCallie spent eight years as the head coach at the University of Maine. During her tenure with the Black Bears, McCallie guided Maine to a record of 167-73, six-straight NCAA Tournament appearances, two North Atlantic Conference Championships, two America East Conference Championships and five regular-season conference titles.

McCallie guided the Black Bears to seven-straight 20-win campaigns, including a 20-11 overall record in 1999-2000. She was named conference coach of the year three times, twice in the North Atlantic Conference (1995 and 1996) and once in the America East (1999).

Prior to taking her first head coaching position, McCallie was an assistant coach at Auburn University from 1988-92. As the team's primary recruiter, she helped sign the fourth-ranked class in the nation in 1990-91 and the 16th-ranked class in 1991-92. While at Auburn, McCallie and the Tigers appeared in two national championship games and made an appearance in the NCAA Elite Eight.

Coaching Honors


National Coach of the Year by the Associated Press, Basketball Times and Nike, Inc. (2005)
Basketball Coaches Association of Michigan College Coach of the Year (2005)
North Atlantic Conference Coach of the Year (1995, 1996)
America East Conference Coach of the Year (1999)
Big Ten Conference Coach of the Year (2005)
New England Basketball Hall of Fame (2004)
11 NCAA Tournament appearances as head coach (Maine: 1995-2000; Michigan State: 2003-2007)
Five conference championships (Maine: 1995-99; Michigan State: 2005)
FIBA Americas U-20 Gold Medal, 2006

Playing career


McCallie, then named Palombo, played Big Ten collegiate basketball at Northwestern University from 1984 - 1987. She still ranks seventh in Wildcat history with 378 career assists. As a senior, she was an All-Big Ten honorable mention selection and helped lead the Wildcats to the second round of the NCAA Tournament.

McCallie also was named Academic All-Big Ten First-Team as a senior, and graduated in 1987 with a B.S. in political science. She earned a M.A. in business administration while coaching at Auburn in 1990. McCallie was inducted into the Maine Sports Legends Hall of Honors in 2005.

In 1983, representing Brunswick High, Palombo became the first player ever from Maine named to Parade Magazine's annual All-America High School girls´ basketball team.

Personal life


McCallie is the daughter of a Navy pilot, born in Monterey, CA and raised in Florida, New York, Texas, Rhode Island, and finally Maine, where her parents and family still live. Fred Koerber, her high school coach, was the first person to suggest that she think about coaching someday, but it was years later at Auburn before she acted on the suggestion.

McCallie is an active speaker within the community and for women's athletics. At MSU, McCallie created the "Choice Not Chance" philosophy, which focuses on making the correct choices in life. The philosophy has been widely used by McCallie, her staff and players, who have been very active in the area schools speaking about "CNC".

In addition, McCallie's community service includes working with the Big Brothers Big Sisters "Jump" program; serving as the Honorary Chair for the Haven House — a shelter for homeless families in East Lansing, Michigan; serving as the Honorary Chair for the 2001 Crop Walk and the 2001-04 Memory Walks for Alzheimer's; and holding the Joanne P. McCallie Golf Challenge benefitting children and adolescents with cancer.

While at Maine, she organized an event called "Realizing the Dream; Celebrating Women in Athletics" that featured speakers Dr. Donna Lopiano and Sheryl Swoopes. During the 1997-98 season, Dana Rae Warren filmed a documentary of the Maine women's basketball season.

Joanne and her husband, John McCallie, Ph.D. and professor of economics at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, have a daughter, Madeline (Maddie, born in 1994), and a son, John Wyatt (Jack, born in 2002).






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