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Sheri Huckleberry

Assistant Professor, Recreation and Sport Pedagogy
Recreation Sport Pedagogy
McCracken Hall 202Q

Dr. Sheri Huckleberry holds the B.S. in Sport Science from the University of Connecticut.  She holds the M.S.P.E. in Athletic Administration and the Ph.D. in Curriculum and Instruction with a cognate in Educational Research and specialization in Coaching Education, both from Ohio University. Dr. Huckleberry teaches courses in the coaching education program.  Her research focuses on the commitment and self-efficacy of youth sport coaches and the impact of deliberate play on the retention of youth sport participants. Recently she has been involved with the Sport and Development project in Ecuador that is part of Ohio’s Tropical Disease Institute and the Healthy Living Initiative. 

Recent Publications:

Huckleberry, S. (November, 2014). Dealing with concussions. Soccer Coach Weekly, (395), 3-5.

Brock, M., & Huckleberry, S. (2013). Guidelines for sport coaches on core strengthening techniques for athletes: Improving performance and decreasing the occurrence of lower back pain. Journal of Coaching Education, 6(2), 135-147.

Quinn, R.W., Huckleberry, S., & Snow, S. (2012). The national youth soccer license: The historical reflections, evaluation of coaching efficacy and lessons learned. Journal of Coaching Education, 5(1), 20-40.