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The first Stop The Drama! Game Plan Weekend for Coaches will be held 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on June 1 and 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on June 2 at the Rutgers University Inn and Conference Center, 178 Ryders Lane, New Brunswick.

This two-day hands-on seminar is designed to train coaches of women’s sports teams, athletic administrators and directors on the role of productive conflict, how to create frameworks for conflict resolution, detailed strategies for developing leadership and teamwork, patterns that block female athletes from reaching their full potential, and more.

The seminar will be conducted by Dr. Robyn Odegaard, who is a nationally known motivational speaker, author, organizational psychologist and conflict resolution specialist.

The cost for the seminar is $350 if registered by April 30. Beginning May 1, the cost will be $400.

Go to champperformance.com for additional information.

The Freehold Borough YMCA Community Center’s Colonial Basketball League completed another successful season in 2012-13 under the guidance of league president Shoni Hickman and volunteers. Thanks to a partnership with Monmouth University, the league’s championship games were played at the university this year.

The league handed out the following awards at the end of the season:

 The James McRae Memorial Award was presented to volunteer coach Terrance Custis. This award is given to a league volunteer that demonstrated outstanding dedication to the children of the community.

 The Outstanding Overall Eighth Grader Award was presented to Shalonda Hickman. The award is given to a graduating eighth-grade player who demonstrates good sportsmanship on and off the court, consistently attends practice and games, gives 100 percent all the time, and participated in the league for at least two years. No residency was required for the award.

 The President’s Award was presented to Shayla Hunley. This award is presented to a graduating eighth-grade player who demonstrates good sportsmanship on and off the court, shows integrity, and has a positive attitude on and off the court. The winner must have completed an entire season in the league, and no residency is required.

 The Jack Kuhnert Award was presented to Mar’Kee Gill. The criteria for this award is an eighth-grade Freehold Borough player who participated in the league for at least two years, has the best all-around ability, shows good sportsmanship on and off the court, has a commitment to the league, and attends both practice and games.

The NJ Marlins travel baseball organization is running a College Coaches Showcase on June 26 at Bainton Field, Rutgers University. Check in is at 7:45 a.m., and the event will run until approximately 5 p.m.

Each attending player will have a chance to showcase, learn and develop his skills with the college coaches in attendance. In doing so, a college coach will have the opportunity to evaluate all players for their programs. The event is expecting 40-50 colleges to attend, as well as pro scouts.

For more information or to register, please go to njmarlins.com or email info@njmarlins.com.