Keith Davie NCCAA East Region Coach of the Year
Proving once again his reputation as the “winningest soccer coach” in Nyack College Athletics, Men's Soccer Head Coach Keith Davie has been named the National Christian College Athletic Association (NCCAA) East Region Coach of the Year after the East Region head coaches cast their votes for the coveted title.
The award comes following a season in which Coach Davie lead the Warriors from the #7 seed in the conference tournament to a Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference Tournament Championship and an NCAA National Tournament bid, the first at-large bid to the NCAA Tournament in Nyack College sports history. The team finished the season at 13-6-2.
This is the third time Davie has won the East Region Coach of the Year. He previously received the recognition in 1999 and 2005.
Congratulations Coach Davie from the entire campus community!
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