@ryanmorgan- It really depends on how methodical you want to be as to some of your options. 3000 calories is a good bit, but if your workouts are demanding and you're active on top of that with a high basal metabolic rate, it may not be enough. If you want to get really methodical, you can track macros. The old rule of thumb is 1 g/day of protein per pound body weight. Make up the rest with fats and carbs at set ratios. You need to look at at least 6-8 week blocks. If what you're doing isn't working, change the ratio. So you need 150g of protein minimum (in round numbers). That's 600 calories. If your target is 3k, you've got 2400 calories to make up between fats and carbs. Try different ratios, but don't cut out either.
You can use my fitness tracker app to keep track (sucks for workout tracking, but pretty solid on nutrition). Track your body comp as well. Don't use one of the electric testers. If you don't have someone to run calipers on you, measure neck, waist, upper arm, forearm, hips, thigh, and calf. Weigh everyday at the same time and measure at least once a month.
As far as your workouts, that's going to be driven a lot by your coach. If your coach isn't prescribing a weight program, there's several on here worth checking out. You're still on the front end of peak test production. Keep a log of your workouts and be meticulous. You may find that you respond best to a particular rep range. Watch a lot of videos and read a lot on technique. Your performance and gains are driven by 4 big things: programming, nutrition, form/technique, and intensity. Learn how to optimize each.