UHSAA partners with Utah Sports Hall of Fame Foundation to host 2022 USHOFF Coaches Leadership Symposium

MIDVALE, Utah (December 6, 2021) - The Utah High School Activities Association and the Utah Sports Hall of Fame Foundation have partnered on an event to foster coaching excellence in the state of Utah.

On Saturday, January 22, the UHSAA and USHOFF will hold a leadership training symposium, titled "For the Love of Kids: Your Leadership Matters!" at Murray High School.

The symposium will feature a diverse range of professional, collegiate and high school athletic administrators and leaders.

The event will run from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Interested coaches can register at www.ushoff.org, with an early registration deadline of Tuesday, Jan. 11, for a price of $40. Late registration is $50. Participants in the symposium will receive a certificate of completion for licensing renewal at the conclusion of the event.

Featured speakers at the event will include a keynote opening address by Jerry Bovee, Associate Vice President and Deputy Director of Athletics at Utah State University, and a keynote closing address by Gail Miller, former Utah Jazz owner and owner of the Larry H. Miller Group of Companies. Rob Cuff, UHSAA Executive Director and NFHS President, will provide the concluding remarks for the event.

Breakout speakers include a mixture of successful high school and college coaches in the state of Utah: Joe Cravens, Courtney Young Johnson, Vance Law, Lori Parrish Salvo, Teri Okelberry Spiers, and Larry Wall. Attendees will shuffle through three breakout sessions during the symposium.

For more information on the Utah High School Activities Association, visit uhsaa.org.


The UHSAA is the leadership organization for high school athletic and fine arts activities in Utah. Since 1927, the UHSAA has led the development of education-based interscholastic athletic and fine arts activities that help students succeed in their lives. The belief is these activities are an essential part of the high school experience and go a long way to improving academic performance and producing better citizens... Read More