Jan 31, 2023 • 4 min read
On Thursday, January 26, TeamSnap presented the Positive Coaching Alliance National Coach of the Year award to Theresa Sherry. Sherry was honored at the annual Game Changer Awards and Benefit event at the Chase Center in San Fransisco. TeamSnap CEO Peter Frintzilas presented the award to Sherry in front of a crowd including Dusty Baker, World Series champion manager and this year’s winner of the Lifetime Achievement Award.
Steph Curry’s Curry Brand which was honored with the PCA’s Community Impact Award.
Game changers in the game of soccer.
The Fab 4 were recipients of the Game Changer Award at last night’s Positive Coaching Alliance ceremony in San Francisco as we continue to bring #NWSLToTheBay! pic.twitter.com/bOTkKf50Cu
— NWSL to the Bay (@nwsltothebay) January 27, 2023
The 2023 Game Changer Awards & Benefit was truly a special evening, full of inspiring stories of the lasting impact a positive coach can have on a young person. Thank you again to sponsors @LEVIS, @Xfinity and @NBCSAuthentic. Check out the recap below! https://t.co/NwSuFj441a pic.twitter.com/71qXTURIHv
— Positive Coaching Alliance (@PositiveCoachUS) January 27, 2023
A tribute to inspirational coaches and mentors 👏
The @PositiveCoachUS Game Changer Awards airs Wednesday on NBC Sports Bay Area following Warriors coverage pic.twitter.com/rxvJJVgKKa
— NBC Sports Bay Area & CA (@NBCSAuthentic) January 31, 2023
Sherry founded The Tenacity Project, a non-profit organization, as a way to give back to the game and the sport that has been so critical in her life. The club is about so much more than lacrosse. They focus on mental health, leadership, and physical health training as part of their curriculum. They are empowering young women through lacrosse to have the best outcomes in life. Through The Tenacity Project scholarship and aid programs, all girls have access to lacrosse, even if their circumstances would not normally allow it.