Head Football Coach – Mukwonago High School
Generations Against Bullying is proud to announce our partnership with Clay Iverson, a candid, entertaining, and heartfelt speaker. Clay’s “Championship Standards” not only illustrates what it takes to be the best of the best, he explores the gamesmanship in sports as it relates to values and integrity.
There are reasons certain teams win consistently, whereas others come up short, and Clay explains why in an engaging and visually entertaining style, that’s designed to improve team sportsmanship.
Clay Iverson, quotes,
“We are remembered by our actions-how will you be remembered.”
So who are the champions on your team?
Clay Iverson’s persistence and an unstoppable spirit have led him to ten straight winning seasons and advanced to the playoffs each year. Clay had many struggles in his early years, but persevered and went on to accomplish many academic and athletic awards in high school and college.
His accomplishments include:
Conference Coach of the Year WIAA 2009 and 2011
Head Coach of the Year District XX WIAA 2011
State All-Star Coach 2009-2014
4 Time Conference
Coach of the year, 2005, 2008, 2009, 2011, and
Ten Straight WIAA Playoff Berths.
Clay is a National and International Speaker, and Published Author. His community activism addresses the dangers of bullying in our nation and among our young athletics.
Coach Iverson has been an educator and coach in the State of Wisconsin for 14 years. Ten of those years as a Head Varsity Coach where he has amassed a record of 80-29. He has reached the Elite 8 four time and final 4 once.
He has coached multiple DI, DII, and DIII college players, including NFL Defensive Player of the Year, JJ Watt. Coach Iverson produced the top 4 most successful teams in school history along with the Highest winning percentage (.735) in school history.