AcknowledgmentsPrefaceForeword by Jim and Marge Dixon, Jamie Dixon, and Julie Dixon SilvaChapter 1: OvertimeChapter 2: Fortress on the HudsonChapter 3: The Search BeginsChapter 4: The Bruno ConnectionChapter 5: The Search EndsChapter 6: First Win of the SeasonChapter 7: Of Carrots, Sticks, and SlatesChapter 8: The Unfolding SeasonChapter 9: AdversityChapter 10: Big MoChapter 11: A Season Ending WellChapter 12: March MadnessChapter 13: Championship Day at West PointChapter 14: Women in the ArenaChapter 15: One Basket at a TimeChapter 16: Thirteen Seconds to EuphoriaChapter 17: The VolunteersChapter 18: Spring Returns to West PointChapter 19: See You on the CourtChapter 20: Leadership, Love, and LegacyEpilogue: To Support and DefendIndexAbout the Author
Maggie Dixon was truly an example of what all coaches aspire to be. Her legacy remains in the relationships she made, the lives she touched, the memories she left behind. Read this book! You will be inspired by the life of a true original.
One season at West Point but endless lessons about inspirational leadership, the Maggie Dixon story is one of the saddest but most compelling in the rich annals of Army Athletics. Jack Grubbs has produced an instant classic about a humble, fun-loving, “Army Strong” coach who left indelible imprints on a generation of future Army leaders.
The Legacy of Maggie Dixon: A Leader on the Court and in Life is one of the most compelling sports books you will ever read—heartwarming and heartbreaking. This is a book that needed to get written and Jack Grubbs, who has a pulse on West Point, was the absolute right guy to do it. I can't wait for the movie!