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Coaches Named 2013 NSCAA/FieldTurf Coaches of the Year by NSCAA Peers

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Twenty-four head coaches and four assistant coaches from around the country have been recognized by their fellow NSCAA peers as the 2013 NSCAA/FieldTurf Coaches of the Year and 2013 NSCAA/FieldTurf Assistant Coaches of the Year.

The recipients were named earlier today on the season finale of the College Highlights and Rankings Show on NSCAATV.

[+] Men's/Boys' Coaches of the Year Accomplishments

[+] Women's/Girls' Coaches of the Year Accomplishments

The NSCAA recognizes national and regional coaches of the year at each level of collegiate, high school and youth play. These honorees will be presented their award Friday, Jan. 17 at the annual NSCAA Awards Banquet, held in conjunction with the NSCAA Convention in Philadelphia.

  Men's/Boys' Coaches of the Year Women's/Girls' Coaches of the Year
NCAA Division I Bobby Clark, Notre Dame Steve Swanson, Virginia
NCAA Division II Marc Hubbard, Southern New Hampshire Dave Dilanni, Grand Valley State
NCAA Division III Tim Oswald, Rutgers-Camden Aliceann Wilber, William Smith
NAIA Wulf Koch, Auburn Montgomery Grant Landy, Concordia (Ore.)
NCCAA Division I Camilo Rodriquez, Southern Wesleyan Jason Surrell, Azusa Pacific
NCCAA Division II Andrew Scott, Northland Intl. Chris Carmichael, Bob Jones
Junior Col. Division I Jordan Carver, Iowa Western Brad Silvey, Iowa Western
Junior Col. Division III Daniel Ortega, Hartnell (Calif.) Ruben Gonzalez, Cerritos College
High School (Large) Bunky Colvin, McIntosh High (Ga.) Rick Pribyl, Blue Valley Northwest High (Kan.)
High School (Small) Leland "Buddy" Hayford, Twin Valley (Vt.) Jay Lipe, Glenwood High (Ill.)
High School (Private) Stephen Nichols, McDonogh (Md.) John Burke, Catholic Memorial High (Wis.)
Youth John Greaves, Yardley Makefield Soccer Club (Pa.) Troy Dayak, West Coast Soccer Club (Calif.)
Senior College Asst. John Deely, Connecticut Kerry Dziczkaniec, Virgnia
Junior College Asst. n/a Athena Gramates, Howard Community
High School Asst. Brian Messer, McIntosh High (Ga.) n/a

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Founded in 1941 and based in Kansas City, Kan., the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) is a non-profit organization with a mission to educate coaches, encourage excellence and serve the soccer community.

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