Tiffany Smart is an assistant coach for the Seton Hall University women’s basketball program. Smart (33), who has been coaching at the Division I level for eight years, has a one-year-old daughter. Tiffany discusses the challenges of balancing motherhood with the demanding career of college coaching.
All human behavior is either consciously or unconsciously geared toward fulfilling some sort of goal. Goal-setting can be beneficial in sports, exercise, business, relationships and all areas of life.
Bolu Akinyode is a defensive midfielder for Bethlehem Steel FC, a professional soccer team in the United Soccer League (USL). Before signing with Bethlehem, Akinyode had a productive 8-month stint with the New York Red Bulls II. Prior to his season with New York, he played Division I soccer for four years at Seton Hall University in New Jersey where he served as the team’s captain and graduated in 2015 with a degree in Public Relations and a minor in Business.
Bolu discusses his journey with soccer, including moving from Nigeria at age 10 and overcoming early adversity in the United States.
The strength of the team is each individual member. The strength of each member is the team.
~ Phil Jackson
Doubt kills more dreams than failure ever will.
~ Suzy Kassem
EJ Frain plays cornerback for the Lehigh Valley Steelhawks, a professional football team in the American Indoor Football League (AIF). During the 2016 season, Frain recorded two interceptions and six pass breakups in just five games, and earned a Player of the Game honor. The Steelhawks, boasting a 7-2 record, are entering the AIF playoffs as the 3rd seed in the Northern Division.
EJ (26) discusses his 10-year journey with football and how it has led to a crucial spiritual transformation.
Elite tennis player Mardy Fish depicts his struggle with anxiety.
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