The NMHSCA is excited to host its 75th Annual Coaches Clinic during the summer of 2019. The NMHSCA is proud of its 75 year tradition of providing professional development for coaches. Beyond the up to date training in all high school sports in New Mexico, the NMHSCA is proud of those members that have supported the mission of the NMHSCA. We are here to help kids help coaches. As a friend from the great state of South Carolina, Keith Richardson, "Kids need coaches!
The NMHSCA is extremely proud of its association with the NMAA, the NMADA, & the NMOA relative to the success of the annual NM Coaches Clinic.
Monday, July 29th, 2019
Tuesday, July 30th, 2019
Wednesday, July 31st, 2019
Bryce Alford will be teaching NM Coaches the keys to being a great shooter. Bryce will be in Albuquerque to host his first annual Bryce Alford Shooting Camp. Click here to learn how Bryce Alford can help your athlete be a better shooter.
Mr. Alford will speak at the 75th Annual NMHSCA Coaches Clinic on Monday, July 29th, 2019, Bryce will present two sessions. One will be at 5:00 pm. and the second one at 7:00 pm. Learn from the best by attending the NMHSCA Coaches Clinic. NM's Best Coaches will be there.
Bryce Michael Alford (born January 18, 1995) is an American professional basketball player for the Oklahoma City Blue of the NBA G League. He played college basketball for the UCLA Bruins. He set school records for the most three-point field goals made in a game, season, and career. He earned first-team all-conference honors in the Pac-12 as a senior in 2016–17.
As a senior in high school in New Mexico, Alford set a state single-season scoring record, and was named the state's top high school player. He was named one of the top freshmen in the Pac-12 in his first season with UCLA. As a sophomore in 2014–15, he became the team's starting point guard and set the Bruins' record for most three-pointers made in a season. Alford moved to shooting guard as a senior, when he surpassed his own single-season record and became the Bruins' career leader in three-pointers made. After going undrafted in the 2017 NBA draft, he played for the Oklahoma City Blue in the NBA G League in 2017–18. He is the son of former basketball player Steve Alford, who was also his head coach at UCLA.
Sunday, July 28th @ 1:30 pm
This event is a two person scramble. Coaches can register either as a group of four, a group of two, and as a single person. In order to guarantee you play with a specific twosome, you must register as a group of four.