I spoke with Coach Goulet a few weeks ago at the TWU game vs Santa Clara and it was great to see him out. He looked like he was working his way back nicely from the unfortunate circumstances. He mentioned he was taking an admin job at the school, but was planning on still coaching. He had that grin on his face and said it with a sense of passion. As I walked away I thought what a great ambassador of the game; a man willing to pursue his passion in life and work and develop these young men into strong student-athletes even at risk to his own well-being. I wish we had more Rich Goulets, George Bergens, Randy Coutts, Rich Chambers , Paul Ebe etc of the world where ball is much more than just a sport, but a way of life where young men and women are mentored and developed into great people and athletes. For them they have the attitude that "ball is life". For this we are all truly grateful!