Robert L. Kehoe III has helped soccer players maximize their athletic and personal potential since his college years, and is is one of the founding partners of Winning Ways Training. He was a four-year letter winner, and all conference selection at perennial Division III power, Wheaton College (IL), playing in four NCAA tournaments, reaching the national quarterfinals in 2002. After graduating from Wheaton he was an assistant coach for the men and women at St. Olaf College in 2004, and again for the men in 2006. In recent years he’s trained and advised numerous high school, college, and pro players. Robert is also a writer and editor for The Point Magazine, who received his masters degree in philosophy from Boston College. His writing (on philosophy, literature, sports, and more) has been published in a variety of magazines and websites. He has also presented at numerous colleges and universities, and appeared on NPR’s On Point. He lives in Madison, Wisconsin, with his wife and their four children.