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Houston Head Coach Tanica Jamison on Building a Successful Team
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|Duration||37 Minutes 7 Seconds|
|Author||Inside with Brett Hawke|
|Description||Tanica Jamison, a proven winner & uber competitive recruiter, has led the University of Houston to two conference titles in her first two years, furthering the Cougars streak of 9 in a row. Prior to UH, Tanica coached the Texas A&M women's team from 2011-2021. As a result of Jamison's efforts, Texas A&M has placed in the top 10 seven times in the NCAA Championships, including two third-place finishes in 2017 and 2018, and four consecutive fourth-place finishes. Jamison was a two-time team captain at the University of Texas and a Big 12 Freshman and Newcomer of the Year in 2000. She also won the program's Leadership Award in 2001 and 2002 and was named an All-American in both 2001 and 2002. In 2003, she was honored as the team's Most Valuable Player. Timeline: 00:00 - Welcome to Tanica Jamison! 08:45 - Transitioning To A New Conference; 16:10 - Managing Talent and Potential; 19:07 - Being An Assistant vs. Head Coach; 26:55 - Competitive Recruiting; 29:11 - Five-Year Plan; 30:58 - Advice To Younger Coaches|