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Regional Staffs of the Year announced in NCAA men’s soccer

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (Via United Soccer Coaches) – United Soccer Coaches announced on Tuesday this year’s Regional Staff of the Year winners for NCAA Division I, NCAA Division II and NCAA Division III men’s soccer programs.

Each of the 24 coaching staffs receiving Regional Staff of the Year recognition will be honored at the College Coaches Awards Reception on January 18, 2018 at the Philadelphia Marriott Downtown Independence Ballroom in conjunction with the 71st annual United Soccer Coaches Convention.

In addition, the Regional Staff of the Year recipients will be placed on the United Soccer Coaches ballot for National Staff of the Year consideration within their respective NCAA division. The ballot will also include the addition of coaching staffs from any schools which advance to the semifinals of their NCAA Championship.

Voting for National Staff of the Year will begin on December 5 and end on December 12. United Soccer Coaches will announce the Men’s and Women’s National Staff of the Year for all NCAA divisions on December 19.

Regional Staffs of the Year – NCAA Division I Men

Region School Head Coach
East New Hampshire Marc Hubbard
Far West California-Davis Dwayne Shaffer
Great Lakes Western Michigan Chad Wiseman
Midwest Indiana Todd Yeagley
Northeast Colgate Erik Ronning
South Wake Forest Bobby Muuss
Southeast Florida International Kevin Nylen
West Air Force Doug Hill

Regional Staffs of the Year – NCAA Division II Men

Region School Head Coach
Atlantic University of Charleston Dan Stratford
Central Lindenwood Carl Hutter
East LIU Post Andreas Lindberg
Midwest Rockhurst Tony Tocco
South Palm Beach Atlantic Brian McMahon
South Central Midwestern State Doug Elder
Southeast Young Harris Mark McKeever
West Cal Poly Pomona Adam Reeves

Regional Staffs of the Year – NCAA Division III Men

Region School Head Coach
Central North Park John Born
East Buffalo State Mark Howlett
Great Lakes Otterbein Jason Griffiths
Mid-Atlantic Johns Hopkins Craig Appleby
New England Saint Joseph’s (Maine) Adrian DuBois
North St. Thomas Jonathan Lowery
South Atlantic Washington and Lee Michael Singleton
West Mary Hardin-Baylor Brad Bankhead