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WBCA National Coach of the Year Award
United States Marine Corps/WBCA National Coach of the Year (colleges)
Wilson Sporting Goods/WBCA National Coach of the Year (high schools)
Awarded forThe best women's basketball head coaches in college / high schools
CountryUnited States
Presented byWomen's Basketball Coaches Association
First awarded1983
Websitehttp://www.wbca.org

The United States Marine Corps/WBCA National Coach of the Year is an award given by the Women's Basketball Coaches Association to best women's basketball Head Coaches in college and high schools since 1983.[1] From 2014, the award is named "The Pat Summitt Trophy" in honor of the legendary University of Tennessee Lady Vols head coach.[2] The WBCA presents an award to the National Coach of the year in each of six divisions:

  • NCAA Division I
  • NCAA Division II
  • NCAA Division III
  • NAIA
  • Two-Year College
  • High School

Winners

Year NCAA Division I NCAA Division II NCAA Division III NAIA Two-Year College High School
1983 Pat Summitt
Tennessee
Jorja Hoehn
Central Missouri
Wayne Morgan
North Central (IL)
Lin Laursen
Central Arizona College
1984 Jody Conradt
Texas
Linda Makowski
Dayton
A.J. Stoval
Rust
Penny Slagle
North Dakota-Williston
1985 Jim Foster
Sainr Joseph's
Jorja Hoehn (2)
Central Missouri
Mike Strong
Scranton
Lewis Bivens
Carson-Newman
Ken Hefner
Odessa College
1986 Jody Conradt (2)
Texas
Brenda Reilly
Central Connecticut
Tim Shea
Salem State
Sylvia Hatchell
Francis Marion
Jerry McCarty
Barton County Community College
1987 Theresa Grentz
Rutgers
Nancy Winstel
Northern Kentucky
Linda Wunder
Wisconsin-Stevens Point
Floyd Evans
Wayland Baptist
Linda Hargrove
Cowley County Community College
1988 C. Vivian Stringer
Iowa
Darlene May
Cal Poly Pomona
Duane Siverson
Concordia College[disambiguation needed]
Johnny Jacumin
Wingate
Lorene Ramsey
Illinois Central College
1989 Tara VanDerveer
Stanford
Jane Williamson
West Georgia
LeAnn Henrich
California State University[disambiguation needed]
Nelson Brownlee
Claflin
Evelyn Blalock
Kilgore College
1990 Kay Yow
NC State
Darlene May (2)
Cal Poly Pomona
Sue Wise
Hope
Lisa Bluder
St. Ambrose
Evelyn Blalock (2)
Kilgore College
Rick Insell
Shelbyville Central High School
1991 Rene Portland
Penn State
James Sweat
Norfolk State
Donna Newberry
Muskingum
Nelson Brownlee (2)
Claflin
Mike Bona
Emmanuel College
Sandra Meadows
Duncanville High School
1992 Ferne Labati
Miami (FL)
Barbara Stevens
Bentley
Mary Beth Spirk
Moravian
Allison McNeill
Simon Fraser
Royce Chadwick
Howard College
Rick Insell (2)
Shelbyvillle Central High School
1993 C. Vivian Stringer (2)
Iowa
Amy Ruley
North Dakota State
Mike Durbin
Saint Benedict
Theresa Check
Central State
Susan Summons
Miami Dade Community College-Kendall
Vincent Cannizzaro
Christ the King High School
1994 Marsha Sharp
Texas Tech
Paula Sullivan
Stonehill
Dixie Jeffers
Capital
Jon Carey
Western Oregon
Lyndal Worth
Florida Community College
Pat Hewitt
Hartsville High School
1995 Pat Summitt (2)
Tennessee
Jorja Hoehn (3)
UC Davis
Dixie Jeffers (2)
Capital
Jerry Finkbeiner
Southern Nazarene
Kurt Budke
Trinity Valley Community College
Breezy Bishop
Western High School
1996 Leon Barmore
Louisiana Tech
Suzanne Fox
Abilene Christian
Kathi Bennett
Wisconsin-Oshkosh
Frank Bennett
Lipscomb
Bill Brock
Grayson County College
Brad Smith
Oregon City High School
1997 Geno Auriemma
UConn
Bob Schneider
West Texas A&M
Lisa Stone
Wisconsin-Eau Claire
Cindy DeRocher
Tri-State
Gary Ashlock
Central Florida Community College
Brad Smith (2)
Oregon City High School
1998 Pat Summitt (3)
Tennessee
Cindy Stein
Emporia State
Pam Ruder
Wisconsin-Oshkosh
Frank Bennett (2)
Lipscomb
Lorene Ramsey (2)
Illinois Central College
Linda Holt
Butler High School
1999 Carolyn Peck
Purdue
Barbara Stevens (2)
Bentley
Pam Ruder (2)
Wisconsin-Oshkosh
Frank Bennett (3)
Lipscomb
Lorene Ramsey (3)
Illinois Central College
Linda Holt (2)
Butler High School
2000 Geno Auriemma (2)
UConn
Nancy Winstel (2)
Northern Kentucky
Nancy Fahey
Washington (MO)
Steve Crots
Auburn-Montgomery
Lee Ann Riley
Tyler Junior College
Tom Dineen
Buffalo Grove High School
2001 Muffet McGraw
Notre Dame
Barbara Stevens (3)
Bentley
Nan Carney-DeBord
Ohio Wesleyan
Sharon Baldwin
Life
Jim Littell
Seward County
Jeff Jasper
Pascack Valley High School
2002 Geno Auriemma (3)
UConn
Paul Thomas
Cal Poly Pomona
Kris Huffman
DePauw
Craig Wiginton
Southern Nazarene
Mary Scovel
Gulf Coast Community College
Kathy McGee
Powers Catholic High School
2003 Gail Goestenkors
Duke
Gordy Presnell
Seattle Pacific
Tonja Englund
Wisconsin-Eau Claire
Bill Watson
Pikeville
Stephanie Smith
Wabash Valley Community College
Joe Lombard
Canyon High School
2004 Rene Portland (2)
Penn State
Gordy Presnell (2)
Seattle Pacific
Stefanie Pemper
Bowdoin
Mark Campbell
Union (TN)
Michael Landers
Trinity Valley Community College
Brad Smith (3)
Oregon City High School
2005 Pokey Chatman
LSU
Dawn Plitzuweit
Grand Valley State
Gary Fifield
Southern Maine
Russ Davis
Vanguard
Lin Laursen (2)
Central Arizona College
Bob Mackey
Christ the King High School
2006 Sylvia Hatchell (2)
North Carolina
Glenn Wilkes, Jr.
Rollins
Brian Morehouse
Hope
Marty Rowe
Lee (TN)
Seth Goodman
Monroe College
Kevin Kiernan
Troy High School
2007 Gail Goestenkors (2)
Duke
Steve Harold
Glenville State
Deena Applebury
Mary Washington
Steve Brooks
Indiana Wesleyan
Kim Muhl
Kirkwood Community College
Joy Couch
Dorman High School
2008 Geno Auriemma (4)
UConn
Chad Lavin
South Dakota
Chris Kielsmeier
Howard Payne
Mark Campbell (2)
Union (TN)
Lin Laursen (3)
Central Arizona College
Andy Zihlman
Bishop Lynch High School
2009 Geno Auriemma (5)
UConn
Todd Starkey
Lenoir-Rhyne
Scott Rueck
George Fox
Russ Davis (2)
Vanguard
Ned Mircetic
Ventura College
Linus McGinty
Cardinal O'Hara High School
2010 Connie Yori
Nebraska
Cleve Wright
Gannon
G.P. Gromacki
Amherst
Nathan Teymer
Southern Polytechnic
Michael Landers (2)
Baton Rouge Community College
Jeff Sink
Brea-Olinda High School
2011 Tara VanDerveer (2)
Stanford
Dennis Cox
Clayton State
Nancy Fahey (2)
Washington (MO)
Earl Woudstra
Northwestern (IA)
Mark Leszczyk
Roxbury Community College
Rich Castellano
Northport High School
2012 Kim Mulkey
Baylor
Sue Ramsey
Ashland
Mia Smith
Illinois Wesleyan
Steve Brooks (2)
Indiana Wesleyan
B.J. Smith
Highland Community College
Marcia Pinder
Dillard High School
2013 Muffet McGraw (2)
Notre Dame
Barbara Stevens (4)
Bentley
Kris Huffman (2)
DePauw
George Wilson
Ozarks
Kate Lynch
Community College of Rhode Island
Curtis Ekmark
St. Mary's High School
2014 Muffet McGraw (3)
Notre Dame
Barbara Stevens (5)
Bentley
Marc Mitchell
Fairleigh Dickinson-Florham
Russ Davis (3)
Vanguard
Trenia Tillis Jones
Tyler Junior College
Cathy Self Morgan
Duncanville High School
2015 Sue Semrau
Florida State
Lisa Carlsen
Lewis
Carla Berube
Tufts
Dale Neal
Freed-Hardeman
Greg Franklin
Chipola Junior College
Scott Allen
Paul VI Catholic High School
2016 Geno Auriemma (6)
UConn
Steve Gomez
Lubbock Christian
Scott Hemer
SUNY Geneseo
Chris Minner
Our Lady of the Lake
Ben Conrad
Johnson County CC
Tom Gonsalves
St. Mary's HS (Stockton, CA)
2017 Geno Auriemma (7)
UConn
Robyn Fralick
Ashland
G.P. Gromacki (2)
Amherst
Dale Neal (2)
Freed-Hardeman
Kim Muhl (2)
Kirkwood CC
Rhonda Farney
Georgetown HS (TX)
2018 Vic Schaefer
Mississippi State[3]
Robyn Fralick (2)
Ashland[4]
Bob Amsberry
Wartburg[5]
Drew Olson
Concordia (NE)[6]
Chad Killinger
Moberly CC[7]
Sue Phillips
Archbishop Mitty High School
2019 Kim Mulkey (2)
Baylor[8]
Molly Miller
Drury[9]
Adrienne Shibles
Bowdoin[10]
Jody Martinez
Taylor[11]
Mary Scovel
Gulf Coast State College[12]
Kit Kyle Martin
Timberview HS, Arlington, TX[13]
2020 Dawn Staley
South Carolina[14]
Molly Miller (2)
Drury[15]
Brian Morehouse (2)
Hope[16]
Bo Overton
Oklahoma City[17]
Cayla Petree
South Plains College[18]
Terri Bamford
La Jolla Country Day, San Diego[19]

Geno Auriemma is the recipient of more WBCA awards with 7 (1997, 2000, 2002, 2008, 2009, 2016, 2017), all of them while coaching the University of Connecticut.

Sylvia Hatchell is the only coach to receive the award in different categories: NAIA in 1986 with Francis Marion College and NCAA Division I in 2006 with the University of North Carolina.

Besides Hatchell, other two coaches have received the award with different schools: Jorja Hoehn (NCAA Division II) with Central Missouri State University (1983 and 1985) and University of California-Davis (1995), and Michael Landers (JC/CC) with Trinity Valley Community College (2004) and Baton Rouge Community College (2010).

See also

References

  1. ^ "WBCA.org The Address for Women's Basketball". www.wbca.org. Retrieved .
  2. ^ "The Pat Summitt Trophy". www.utsports.com. Retrieved .
  3. ^ "Mississippi State's Schaefer Named 2018 United States Marine Corps/WBCA NCAA Division I National Coach of the Year" (Press release). Women's Basketball Coaches Association. March 22, 2018. Retrieved 2018.
  4. ^ "Ashland's Fralick Named 2018 United States Marine Corps/WBCA NCAA Division II National Coach of the Year" (Press release). Women's Basketball Coaches Association. March 18, 2018. Retrieved 2018.
  5. ^ "Wartburg's Bob Amsberry Named 2018 United States Marine Corps/WBCA NCAA Division III National Coach of the Year" (Press release). Women's Basketball Coaches Association. March 18, 2018. Retrieved 2018.
  6. ^ "Concordia University's Drew Olson Named 2018 United States Marine Corps/WBCA NAIA National Coach of the Year" (Press release). Women's Basketball Coaches Association. March 13, 2018. Retrieved 2018.
  7. ^ "Chad Killinger Named 2018 United States Marine Corps/WBCA National Two-Year College Coach of the Year" (Press release). Women's Basketball Coaches Association. March 8, 2018. Retrieved 2018.
  8. ^ "Kim Mulkey Named 2019 United States Marine Corps/WBCA NCAA Division I National Coach of the Year" (Press release). Women's Basketball Coaches Association. March 26, 2019. Retrieved 2019.
  9. ^ "Molly Miller Named 2019 United States Marine Corps/WBCA NCAA Division II National Coach of the Year" (Press release). Women's Basketball Coaches Association. March 25, 2019. Retrieved 2019.
  10. ^ "Adrienne Shibles Named 2019 United States Marine Corps/WBCA NCAA Division III National Coach of the Year" (Press release). Women's Basketball Coaches Association. March 14, 2019. Retrieved 2019.
  11. ^ "Jody Martinez Named 2019 United States Marine Corps/WBCA NAIA National Coach of the Year" (Press release). Women's Basketball Coaches Association. March 12, 2019. Retrieved 2019.
  12. ^ "Mary Scovel Named 2019 United States Marine Corps/WBCA Two-Year College National Coach of the Year" (Press release). Women's Basketball Coaches Association. March 7, 2019. Retrieved 2019.
  13. ^ "Kit Kyle Martin Named 2019 Wilson Sporting Goods/WBCA High School National Coach of the Year" (Press release). Women's Basketball Coaches Association. March 11, 2019. Retrieved 2019.
  14. ^ "Dawn Staley Named 2020 United States Marine Corps/WBCA NCAA Division I National Coach of the Year" (Press release). Women's Basketball Coaches Association. March 24, 2020. Retrieved 2020.
  15. ^ "Molly Miller Named 2020 United States Marine Corps/WBCA NCAA Division II National Coach of the Year" (Press release). Women's Basketball Coaches Association. March 23, 2020. Retrieved 2020.
  16. ^ "Brian Morehouse Named 2020 United States Marine Corps/WBCA NCAA Division III National Coach of the Year" (Press release). Women's Basketball Coaches Association. March 19, 2020. Retrieved 2020.
  17. ^ "Bo Overton Named 2020 United States Marine Corps/WBCA NAIA National Coach of the Year" (Press release). Women's Basketball Coaches Association. March 16, 2020. Retrieved 2020.
  18. ^ "Cayla Petree Named 2020 United States Marine Corps/WBCA Two-Year College National Coach of the Year" (Press release). Women's Basketball Coaches Association. March 11, 2020. Retrieved 2020.
  19. ^ "La Jolla's Terri Bamford Named 2020 Wilson Sporting Goods/WBCA High School National Coach of the Year" (Press release). Women's Basketball Coaches Association. March 9, 2020. Retrieved 2020.

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