Cape Breton Capers Women's Basketball Head Coach Fabian McKenzie joins host Tyler Bennett on Episode 22 of Season Three of the Four Quarters Podcast, powered by Four Quarters Media! Off the top, Bennett and McKenzie discuss how things are going during COVID and how he kept busy during the months without basketball. McKenzie shares secrets on his longevity in the industry and the importance of continual professional and personal development as you move along in your career. Then, McKenzie discusses the Capers program, including players from over the years that have laid the foundation for the success of the program. To close, McKenzie talks about his experiences with the Canadian National Program. (MUSIC: bensound.com)
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