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Airborne Athletics’ Basketball Coach of the Year

Airborne Athletics’ Basketball Coach of the Year

For the past five seasons, Coach Heather Macy and Airborne Athletics have teamed up to bring you the nation’s top shooting schools. As women’s head coach of Pfeiffer University in Misenheimer, NC, Coach Macy utilized the Dr. Dish basketball training equipment to lead the nation in scoring (83.0 ppg) for NCAA Division II in 2006-07 and was honored as the Carolinas-Virginia Athletics Conference Coach of the Year.

After completing two successful seasons at Pfeiffer University, Coach Macy took over as head coach at Francis Marion University in Florence, SC and purchased another Airborne Athletics training product, the iMake basketball shooting machine. Coach Macy inherited a team with a previous record of 6-22 and turned the school’s program around to 21-9 in her first year. This was the 8th best won-loss turnaround in NCAA Division II history. Her basketball teams once again led the nation in scoring with 89.3 ppg in 2007-2008 and 88.1 ppg in 2008-2009. Coach Macy has been awarded back-to-back Peach Belt conference Coach of the Year of Awards since taking over Francis Marion University Woman’s Basketball program.

Every season Coach Macy has produced consistent shooting teams with the highest scoring average in the nation. She is an avid fan of the Dr. Dish and iMake basketball training machines and had this to say, “Dr. Dish and iMake are constant figures in every one of our practices. This is our third season leading the nation in scoring and I attribute our consistent shooting to the commitment in utilizing these training machines. I would recommend Dr. Dish and iMake to any program that wants to increase shooting percentages while minimizing the time spent in the gym.”

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