Announcing the BEST of the best college coaches of fall 2013!

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SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., Jan. 6, 2014 – CaptainU today announced its Fall 2013 CaptainU College Coaches of the Year. Top coaches in their respective sports and divisions were chosen for their teams’ inspiring and successful performances both on and off the field.

Men’s Cross-Country

• Mark Wetmore – University of Colorado (Division I)
• Gary Towne – Chico State (Division II)
• Phil Lundin – St. Olaf (Division III)

Women’s Cross-Country

• Ray Treacy – Providence College (Division I)
• Jerry Baltes – Grand Valley State (Division II)
• Bobby Van Allen – Johns Hopkins (Division III)

Field Hockey

• Missy Meharg – University of Maryland (Division I)
• Bertie Landes – Shippensburg University (Division II)
• Nicky Pearson – Bowdoin College (Division III)

Football

• George O’Leary – University of Central Florida (Division I-FBS)
• Sean McDonnell – University of New Hampshire (Division I-FCS)
• Mike Houston – Lenoir-Rhyne (Division II)
• Vince Kehres – University of Mount Union (Division III)

Men’s Soccer

• Bobby Clark – Notre Dame (Division I)
• Richard Moodie – Conson-Newman (Division II)
• Tim Oswald – Rutgers-Camden (Division III)

Women’s Soccer

• Amanda Cromwell – University of California Los Angeles (Division I)
• Dave Dilanni – Grand Valley State (Division II)
• Lance Key – Trinity University (Division III)

Women’s Volleyball

• Jim McLaughlin – University of Washington (Division I)
• Brady Starkey – Concordia St. Paul (Division II)
• Amber Warners – Calvin College (Division III)

Men’s Water Polo

• James Graham – Pacific University (Division I)

“We’re proud to announce the Fall 2013 CaptainU College Coaches of the Year and recognize their outstanding accomplishments on and off the field. These coaches embody what it means to teach athletic skill and develop character.”

-Avi Stopper, CEO

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