Students every semester participate in competitive sports on campus at BYU-Idaho.
A small percentage of students take the opportunity to coach those that participate.
Matt Krammer, a junior studying exercise physiology, said that, without the coaches in the league, the league would be unorganized.
“Coaches are invaluable to the league,” Krammer said. “They run the practices for their team, coordinate with the sports director, and allow for organization in the league.”
Marcus Moser, a junior studying health science, and a coach for competitive basketball this semester, said that he enjoyed knowing that he is creating an opportunity for others to play in the league.
“These leagues are a great way to exercise and get out of the house to enjoy the activities that are offered on campus,” said Jordan Hartman, a senior studying business management.
According to the Activities Guiding Principles, listed on the Student Activities website, participating allows students the opportunity to learn and develop themselves into the best and most capable versions of themselves.
Students interested in playing or coaching this semester can find more information at the Activities Office located in the Manwaring Student Center.