The Caring Game - Character in Athletics With Coach Scott Westering Part 5/5
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Scott Westering is the son of Hall of Fame Coach Frosty Westering. He had the privilege of coaching with and being mentored by his father for 23 years as an assistant at Pacific Lutheran University in Tacoma Washington.  Scott was the Head Coach at PLU for 14 seasons, taking over the position from his father who retired after 32 years. Over the last 20+ years Scott has been a highly sought after speaker, having presented to hundreds of teams, coaches, and athletes. His talks have spanned corporations, conferences, and clinics - including USA Football and two Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony speeches.

We finish up this five part series with the final piece of the Attitude Games: the Caring Game. Scott talks about: the importance of character when it comes to our attitude, strength in serving, and the secret ingredient of great teams - they care about the success of each other.

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