Can Captains be Underclassmen?

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Can Captains be Underclassmen?

Regional Coach Aseem Rastogi joins Adam during this episode to continue their conversation regarding team captains, which they shared in a previous episode. This episode focuses on the possibility of having captains that are underclassmen, which is well outside the norm for most programs. Follow Aseem on Twitter @rastogi_aseem and learn more about his role as Regional Coach here – https://leademup.com/live-training/aseem-rastogi/.

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