The National Soccer Coaches Association of America named its high school coaches of the year over the weekend at its banquet in Kansas City. Three boys coaches and three girls coaches were honored, in addition to a host of college coaches. Info is taken from the NSCAA site.BoysDivision 1 -
Bobby Bribiesca of Northwest (Wichita, Kan.)
led his team to a 21-0 record, with the squad allowing just seven goals on its way to a state title.Division 2 -
Jedd Zaring of Jefferson Forest (Forest, Va.)
took his team to a 24-0 record and captured his 19th straight district title.Private-parochial -
Steven J. Lawrence of Marquette University (Milwaukee)
played a national schedule and won the Wisconsin Division 1 title with a 24-0-1 record.GirlsDivision 1 -
Frank Dixon of Carmel (Ind.)
set the state record with his ninth state title. Dixon also won the award in 2002, and his team went 22-0-1.Division 2 -
Kevin Fraser of Exeter-West Greenwich (West Greenwich, R.I.)
coached a team that outscored its opponents 107-9 on the way to a 21-0 record and a state title.Private-parochial -
Ben Timson of Springfield Catholic (Mo.)
took his team to a 23-4 record and a Missouri Class 1 title.
Also, Kyle Heise of Brookland-Cayce (Cayce, S.C.)
was named a National Assistant Coach of the Year. He's been an assistant for 21 years and does it all. In addition to coaching, he sponsors a scholarship in memory of his daughter, who died in 2009 as an infant.