with Todd Karpovich & Joe Baker
"There are people who are deprived of equal opportunity and those who are not. I've always lent my support to the have nots. Was I a crusader or just a guy who liked to push the limits? Funny, I never knew a crusader who didn't push limits." - Chapter 12
Mark Amatucci won eighty percent of his games in thirty-two years of coaching. He learned many valuable lessons at Calvert Hall and Loyola College. Over that time, Amatucci developed a philosophy for dealing with student-athletes on and off the court.
It’s never been about wins and losses. Amatucci strived to provide his players with opportunities to become better students, athletes, and most importantly, people. As a result, he developed a close-knit bond with many of his former players and coaches he calls the “Calvert Hall Family.” These relationships date back several decades and are still alive today.
Amatucci also developed a system he calls “absolutes” that center around never accepting
limitations, accountability -- personally, academically, and athletically, being decisive as a coach and always having a plan. These are strategies that can be employed by a coach on any level.
Amatucci’s style of coaching had “No Limits.” The stories in this book represent the high and lows of a coach and the strong bonds forged over the years.
What pros are saying about No Limits...
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