Be still and know - Sue Ramsey and JD Bergman
Sue Ramsey has had a hall-of-fame career in the sport of basketball. She was the first woman in history to get a college scholarship to Indiana University, playing both there and Miami University in a great college career. She has since coached at Cincinnati, Illinois State, Dayton, Miami, and Ashland University - compiling an amazing record and impacting thousands of athletes lives along the way.
She and JD discuss how much negative information is out there in the world, and the importance of being still and being with God. Staying focused on what TRUTH IS is incredibly important. They discuss Psalms 46:10 - Be Still and Know that I am God!
Keep it up inTeam! Focus on the Truth, meditate on it, and be still. Guard what you believe about yourself, do not give into the negativity and hate that dominate much of the world today.
Be an inspiration to others.
God bless all.
About Sue Ramsey:
From the Ohio Basketball Hall of Fame Website - http://ohiobasketballhalloffame.com/hall-of-fame/inductees/2018/sue-ramsey.html
Ramsey spent much of her life in Division I basketball. After becoming the first woman to get a basketball scholarship at Indiana University, she transferred to Miami University for her senior year. She was an assistant coach at Illinois State, Miami and Cincinnati before becoming head coach at the University of Dayton where she had a 95-128 record in eight seasons. Those years did not compare to the 20 years she had coaching a Division II team at Ashland University. It was at Ashland where Ramsey could fully nurture the holistic growth of her student athletes. Her teams had a 501-364 record over 20 years, finishing .500 or better in 16 of them. The highlight was a Division II national championship in 2013, after being runner-up in 2012. “As I reflect on the last 20 years as AU women's basketball coach, I am both humbled and grateful to the Lord for blessing me with this journey,” Ramsey said. “There have been so many amazing moments, but what I have been most thankful for are all the wonderful players and coaches who make up AU women's basketball.”