Read the press release Christendom College published for Sports Vision: 

Few things unite people like sports. Whether it’s the rush of a live game or the simplicity of playing catch in the backyard, sports have the ability to form people’s lives for the better. That ability inspired alumni Jeremy Minick (’16) and Joseph Walsh (’15) to found Sports Vision, an organization for players aged 4-18 years old to learn how to both see the game and what exists beyond it, forming them to be leaders in their sport and outside of it.


Minick and Walsh both come from a lifelong love of sports. Each was awarded Christendom College’s Thomas S. Vander Woude Athletic Scholarship to come and compete at the college, and each returned to the college after to coach the men’s and women’s basketball teams respectively. Having an impact on the lives of college students, similar to how coaches had an impact on them, inspired Minick and Walsh to want to do more, leading to the creation of Sports Vision.