Ohio Wesleyan Men’s Soccer Coach Jay Martin Named NCAA Division III National Coach of the Year

OWU men's soccer coach Jay Martin led this year's team to its second national championship, became the winningest coach in men's college soccer, and just earned his third National Coach of the Year award.

Martin’s third National Coach of the Year award caps a fairy-tale ending to the 2011 season,” according to the official award announcement from the National Soccer Coaches Association of America. “Not only did his Bishops win their second NCAA national title, but with the victory in the championship game gave Martin his 608th career win. That broke the record for career wins by an NCAA men’s coach, previously held by Joe Bean of Wheaton College. Martin is now 608-115-49 in 35 seasons, all as coach at Ohio Wesleyan.”

Congratulations, Coach Martin!

Read the full announcement here.

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