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Mossman Attended WBCA's Center for Coaching Excellence Program

Tulsa Head Women's Basketball Coach Matilda Mossman was one of 32 collegiate coaches invited to attend the Women's Basketball Coaches Association's (WBCA) Center for Coaching Excellence (CCE) program.
Tulsa Head Women's Basketball Coach Matilda Mossman was one of 32 collegiate coaches invited to attend the Women's Basketball Coaches Association's (WBCA) Center for Coaching Excellence (CCE) program.
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June 18, 2013

Tulsa, Oklahoma - Tulsa Head Women's Basketball Coach Matilda Mossman was one of 32 collegiate coaches invited to attend the Women's Basketball Coaches Association's (WBCA) Center for Coaching Excellence (CCE) program at Columbia University in New York City. More than 125 college women's basketball coaches have completed the program since its inception in 2011.

"Our sessions at the Center for Coaching Excellence were impactful and rejuvenating," Mossman said. "Not only did we learn more about our own leadership styles, we were given the tools to use those styles to impact those we lead: our players and staff."

The CCE is an elite leadership-training program that focuses on providing a deeper understanding and appreciation of the importance of ethics and integrity in college women's basketball through a rigorous curriculum presented in a seminar-style environment.

The two-and-a-half day seminar featured panel discussions, guest speakers, small-group breakouts, roundtables and interactive problem solving. The CCE was developed by Dr. M. Dianne Murphy, Director, Intercollegiate Athletics and Physical Education in partnership with the WBCA.

"Being surrounded by some of the top leaders in our field was extremely energizing and enlightening," Mossman said. "It was an amazing experience!"