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July 1999

July 1999


Bellotti Q&A

© July 1999

Q: What is your approach to disciplining players? You have a three-strikes policy. Please explain.

A: We ask for commitment from our players. Generally, we ask them to be accountable and responsible. They know right from wrong. We tell them to 'do right.' It's pretty simplistic in its approach. We have a commitment time (requiring an early morning wake-up) and if they screw up initially, they're remanded to that.

If there's something more serious, where there's an outright breaking of the rules or anything involving the law, they go directly, depending on severity, to a probationary status. That means I write them and their parents a letter stating that they're on probation and any other incident (within a year or for the duration of their career, depending on severity) may result in their suspension from the program.<....The full article can only be seen by subscribers.
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