Brian and Jeff met on a soccer field by chance. They were assigned to be the co coaches of their daughter’s kindergarten soccer team. Neither is an expert in soccer but like many dads are both willing volunteers to their town and children. They quickly found they had quite a bit in common and became instant friends. After a few years passed, Brian asked Jeff to assist him in coaching the Noble and Greenough Boys Varsity Ice hockey team. Jeff enthusiastically accepted to volunteer his time during the off season of Pro Ambitions and has been assisting Brian for four years now with the greatest of pleasure. Brian is respected in New England as the top prep coach, decorated with many titles and graduating countless players to go on to play Division One College Hockey and on to the NHL. Brian is a master mind technician and systems expert. He has taught Jeff so much over the years about training AAA elite players and I hope Jeff has taught Brian a little bit here and there too. The two are constantly making up new drills together, watching Bruins practices, watching film, and building their own teaching and coaching repertoires. Brian and Jeff both believe in small area games and training. Brian and Jeff have created a curriculum that they are now selling to youth organizations around the country for their own organizations. See more about this on the video page.
Brian is an intellectual scholar and teacher of Economics and a brilliant hockey mind. Again Brian’s camps are quick sell outs, sign up early to avoid disappointment. Mr. Day enters his 13th year at Nobles. Aside from being the head coach of the boys varsity hockey team, he also teaches economics and serves as the Class II dean. His passion, energy and understanding of the game have consumed those within the program. Since his arrival on campus, Coach Day has led the boys varsity hockey team to an unprecedented level of success. He graduated from Hamilton College with a B.A. in economics and from Columbia University’s Teachers College with a Masters in Education.