To NSU Athletics Director Mike Mominey, helping student-athletes realize their potential means providing opportunities for success–in sports and in life.
“In athletics, it’s almost the perfect analogy because that’s what we do,” Mominey said. “As a coach, you’re always looking to get the most of your student-athletes. The wins and losses are the products of the process. The process is getting the kids to be the best they can be. Then everything else falls into place.”
For students who might not otherwise have the opportunity to attend college, Mominey and his wife Denise created a NSU legacy gift providing student-athletic scholarships.
“NSU has provided my family and I a good life and an opportunity that I didn’t even know could be there when I arrived,” said Mominey, who has led NSU’s athletics program for 15 years and coached its championship baseball team for 10 seasons, starting in August 2001. Mominey was named NSU’s director of athletics in January 2002, a role he served while continuing to coach the baseball team through the 2010 season.
“That opportunity at NSU helped me find my way,” he said. “It helped me expand my horizons of what I wanted to do. Someone in this institution saw something in …read more
Source:: NSU News