Coaches' Clinic 2021: Athlete Panel

Coaches' Clinic feat. Athletics Panel

This Coaches’ Clinic is designed to give athletic high school personnel the opportunity to gain insight on how to connect and motivate high school students to reach optimal levels of performance on the field and in the classroom. Participants will have the opportunity to learn and interact with our panelists, consisting of high-level athletes and coaches, on practices and techniques they used to become successful in their careers.

Date: Sunday, April 25th 2021

Time: 10:00AM-12:00PM CST virtually on Zoom!

Cost: FREE!

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About the Panelists

Rylee Hinton

Rylee Hinton is a sophomore Volleyball player at the University of Illinois. Her hometown is Champaign, Illinois and she is studying accountancy. Her hope is to do something in that field post-graduation!

Luke Vaughn

Luke Vaughn went to the University of Memphis where he currently holds the discus, indoor shot, and outdoor shot school records. During his career at Memphis, he also won the NCAA title in 2018. Luke currently lives in Colorado Springs, Colorado doing sales for a marketing firm.

Cam Viney

Cam Viney went to the University of Illinois for track and field. Cam had a very successful career at Illinois including a win at the Big Ten Championship in 2015 in the 110m hurdles event with a time of 13.52. Cam is currently in his third year of law school at West Virginia University.

Hunter Church

Hunter Church is the #1 ranked U.S. Bobsledder and an Olympic hopeful for the upcoming 2022 Winter Olympic Games. The 24 year old World Cup medalist and National Champion reached his highest world ranking thus far of #5 overall in the 2019-2020 season and has been winning races at the international level as his athletic career moves full speed ahead.  With less than a year to go until the 2022 Beijing Olympics, Hunter has his eyes set on making his first Olympic team and representing Team USA at the Games. 

Alix McArthur

Alix McArthur received her degree from Illinois State University in Physical
Education with a in minor health education. She was a walk on for the Illinois State
women’s soccer team and eventually earned a scholarship after her first season.
She is now a PE teacher at Lake Forest High School.