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BALTIMORE, Aug. 24, 2011 — US Lacrosse’s men’s game leadership has announced its end-of-season man of the year, coach of the year and assistant coach of the year awards in more than 36 states and the District of Columbia. Combined, the three awards recognize 230 ambassadors of the game who have demonstrated significant contributions to the game in their area and beyond.
The men’s game committee, coaches subcommittee and recognition subcommittee oversee all three awards. The coach and assistant coach of the year awards are intended to recognize the individuals’ overall coaching performance and contribution, on and off the field. The man of the year award honors those individuals whose dedication, commitment, and support of the game and its ideals extend beyond his specific team.
For the complete list of 2011 Coach of the Year Award recipients, please click here.
For the complete list of 2011 Assistant Coach of the Year Award recipients, please click here.
For the complete list of 2011 Man of the Year Award recipients, please click here.
A national man of the year will be announced at the 11th annual US Lacrosse National Convention, presented by Champion, Jan. 13-15, 2012, at the Pennsylvania Convention Center in Philadelphia.
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