Tag Archives: parent

Mufu and Sandra Agboola, Player Parent

Our family has been a part of the BU mens basketball program and more recently,  the women’s basketball program for the past four years. I can still remember our first meeting with Kelly Greenberg. While she expressed that she wanted our daughter, Rashidat, on her team she never pressured us as we had experienced with other […]
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Anne and Duke Callahan, Player Parents

Our daughter, Danielle, has been a member of the BU Women’s Basketball Program for the past four years. As a transfer student, she was required to sit out her first year on the team. Before the start of the next season, Danielle was sidelined with a season-ending injury. Kelly and her staff showed such compassion […]
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Patricia Alford, Player Parent

I had the pleasure of meeting coach Kelly Greenberg through my daughter. However, opting out was never an option. This was a great experience for our family and nothing will ever tarnish that. We are behind you 100%. Boston University fan forever!

Mary Ann and Art Naltner, Player Parents

Good luck Kelly! You were a good coach for our daughter when she was at Penn. Our only regret was that you left and went to Boston. Thanks for the wonderful opportunity you gave to Monica. It was invaluable. Going to the “Big Dance” was awesome! Keep your head up. Some people like to complain. […]
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John Adams, Player Grandparent

Dear Coach Greenberg, I’m Sarah Hope’s grandfather. Her grandmother and I and have gone to many of the games and enjoy them very much and we root very hard for the team. We are aware of the hard work that you put in and of your dedication to the players and to the school. I […]
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Dave Smith, Player Parent

I am the father of 8 children. 4 girls and 4 boys. 2 of my daughters received a full scholarship to a Division I school. It’s a tough job to be a father of a big family. You have to instill rules, regulations and love to have a complete happy family. A family is like […]
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Joe & Mary Monahan, Player Parents

We have known Kelly Greenberg for almost 22 years. In all those years she has always been a kind, generous coach whose passion was for the care of her players. Our daughter played for her when she coached her at Holy Cross College. Her character and integrity are second to none. She is the true […]
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Cindy & Joe Young, Player Parents

Cindy and I have known Kelly since Alex visited BU in 2008. Alex could not have made a better choice both from academic and athletic aspects. Kelly and her staff exhibited great leadership and coaching acumen throughout Alex’s tenure. In fact, Alex’s love and passion for the game only increased throughout her four years at […]
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Daren Smith

I have known Kelly Greenberg for over 20 years. She became a friend of the family after recruiting my sister to play basketball in college. She is a person that truly cares about the well being of people. When she coached at The University of Pennsylvania she started a Penn Pal program which allowed young […]
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Liz & Greg Stewart, Player Parents

It has been our pleasure to get to know Coach Kelly Greenberg over the last seven years, we know Kelly to be an outstanding teacher and valued advisor as well as a championship quality Div. 1 Basketball coach. It has been our experience that Coach Greenberg works diligently to advance the careers of her players […]
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Susan Scannell, Player Parent

My name is Susan Scannell and I write as a parent of a player on the current women’s basketball team. I went to visit Clodagh in November of 2012 to see how she was settling into college life. As we live in Ireland, we don’t get many opportunities to visit often. I also visited the […]
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Mike & Jackie Hope, Player Parents

Our daughter Sarah plays for the women’s basketball team. We wanted to write to you to let you know that we are all so upset to have read the article that appeared in the Boston Globe. Boston University and Kelly Greenberg have been nothing short of professional and kind to all of us. Kelly Greenberg […]
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