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Monday Matters:

Coach 2 Coach

TRANSIT10N 2 Next: Get Rewired


Lynn Farquhar

CHAMP10N Sports Life Coach®

Field Hockey Associate Head Coach

and Julie Culley

CHAMP10N Sports Life Coach®

Sports Marketing Manager at

Brooks Running

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Credentials: Lynn's 10 Moments:

  • Spirited Family (Carl & our sons, Teague & Tate) and host parents (Chrishawn & Diesel)

  • 2020 Champion Wellbeing®, Patterson Sports Ventures

  • 2018 NCAA Women’s Coaches Academy 2.0 graduate, WeCOACH

  • 2014-2018 3xUSAFH Junior National Camp Trainer, USAFH Coach Educator Trainer

  • 2014-present Saint Joseph's University Head Coach, Field Hockey3xA10 Championship

  • 2xNCAA Women of the Year Candidates

  • Honda Award Finalist

  • 4xA10 Coach of Year

  • 2013-2014 University of Delaware, Associate Head Coach, Field HockeyCAA Championship

  • 2011-2012 James Madison University, Associate Head Coach, Field Hockey

  • 2007-2011 University of Syracuse, Associate Head Coach, Field Hockey; NCAA Final Four and 2x Big East Championship

  • 2005-2007 University of Richmond, Assistant Coach, Field Hockey; 2xA10 Conference Championship2000 NCAA National Championship, 4xCAA Championship

  • Old Dominion University graduate

Credentials: Julie's10 Moments:

  • Represented the United States at the 2012 Olympic Games in London in the 5000m

  • Competed for Rutgers University

  • All-American in Cross Country

  • Set school records in the 3000 m, 5000 m, and Distance Medley Relay, and was a Big East Scholar Athlete of the Year.

  • Coach at Loyola College in Baltimore from 2004 - 2007

  • Coach at Georgetown University in September 2014

  • Finished 7th at the 2008 U.S. Olympic Trials in the 5000 m

  • First American finisher at the 2009 World Cross Country Championships

  • Finished fourth at the 2009 USA Championships in the 5000 m

  • Earned a spot on the U.S. 2009 World Championship team

  • Finished seventh at the 2009 World Championships

  • Qualified for the 2012 Summer Olympics with a first-place finish at the 2012 United States Olympic Trials

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Winning Strategies:​

  1. During TRANSIT10N 2 NEXT ask yourself: What really is the solution I want to be? Be part of the Solution. Honor who you are as women, show up, want it all, and get it all! It takes you to your courage component.

  2. Introduce who you are as a whole person by honoring The Power of 3 Dimension. Who we are vs. What we do. Personal for Significance, what matters to me. Professional for Success, honoring my competitive greatness. Philanthropic for Service, be a giver and G.I.V.E.H.O.P.E. to the world.

  3. Define your Seasons. Season has a beginning and end date. It empowers you to choose your beginning date and end date and to know that you're not in season forever. Anchored in how do you want to get better every season and give yourself the space to evolve.

Winning Strategies:​

  1. “NEXT” could be your Your Next Season in Sports, Your Next Career Move or Your Next Season in Life.

  2. Have the Courage 2 Be Curious. Honor your competitive spirit and your confusion about how to do it all. 

  3. Be Committed 2 Your Competitive Greatness. Own your truth, Live by faith, and Give Love. 

Winning Strategies:​

  1. As women coaches, be proactive and INTENT10NAL on taking care of yourself and finding that help or guide, instead of trying to figure everything out on your own. Sports Life Coaching will serve and support you Three-Dimensionally: Personal for Significance, Professional for Success, and Philanthropically for Service.

  2. Bring your authentic self to the game. The only recipe for Success is to honor yourself as a woman and as a coach, give your heart, and connect with your athletes deeply.

  3. TRANSIT10N 2 NEXT is all about rewiring your brain and giving women coaches the permission, grace, support, and courage to figure out who they are instead of being told who we should be. It's tough and confusing to please others. The gift is to own our power and be anchored in purpose to embrace the journey.

Winning Strategies:​

  1. As women, athletes, moms, and coaches, we have the Fighter Spirit. During TRANSIT10N, do we need to keep the fighter spirit or can we use our competitive greatness to honor your heart and what we want?

  2. Think outside of the box. Find your winning strategies, take care of your wellbeing, and be INTENT10NAL with your journey. 

  3. Honor who you are authentically and figure out what's a 10 for you personally, professionally, philanthropically. We are here to SERVE AND SUPPORT YOU!

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