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Speedline/NFCA NJCAA Division I National Coaching Staff of the Year

COLUMBIA, MO -- Indian River Community College (Fla.) head coach Dale Atkinson and assistant coach Ty Young have been named the 2002 Speedline/NFCA NJCAA Division I National Coaching Staff of the Year.

Atkinson and Young guided Indian River to the 2002 NJCAA Division I national title as the Pioneers posted a perfect 5-0 record at the championship tournament. Indian River finished with an overall record of 61-7 and defeated defending national champion Lake City CC in the District G championship to advance to the national finals. Four Indian River CC players earned All-America honors, including first team pitcher Tiffany Ore, who was named MVP of the national finals.

The Indian River Community College staff was selected by its peers as the Speedline NJCAA Division I South Region Coaching Staff of the Year and was then placed on the national coaching staff of the year ballot. They will be recognized as the 2002 Speedline/NFCA NJCAA Division I National Coaching Staff of the Year at the NFCA National Convention in St. Petersburg, Florida, in December.

Other Speedline top regional coaching staffs, as selected by their coaching peers, are:

Midwest Region (tie) -- Galveston College (Texas)
Ken Delcambre, Head Coach
Amy Schmaltz, Assistant

Galveston tied for seventh out of 16 teams at the 2002 NJCAA Division I national finals. The Whitecaps finished the season with a 45-17 record, including a 2-2 mark at the national finals. Galveston defeated Navarro College to win the District K championship. Two Galveston players earned All-America honors, including first team pitcher Dione Meier, who was named to the All-Tournament Team at the national finals.

Midwest Region (tie) -- St. Louis Community College-Meramec (Mo.)
Celeste Knierim, Head Coach
Vicki Schneider, Assistant

St. Louis CC-Meramec tied for seventh out of 16 teams at the 2002 NJCAA Division I national finals. The Magic finished the season with a 39-19 record, including a 2-2 mark at the national finals. The Magic defeated St. Charles CC to win the District L championship. Outfielder Isis Wilson earned first team All-American honors. Infielder Jessica Reader was named to the All-Tournament Team at the national finals.

West Region -- Johnson County Community College (Kan.)
Frank Barnes, Head Coach
Kelly Crosthwait and Christy Ramsour, Assistants

Johnson County CC posted a 55-9 record and advanced to the 2002 NJCAA Division I national finals. Johnson County defeated Barton County CC to win the District C championship. Three Johnson County players earned All-America honors, including first team selections Kelly Gartner (infield) and Holly Haines (outfield).