Mike Jarvis Named NABC District Coach of the Year
Mike Jarvis was named NABC District 24 Coach of the Year.


Mike Jarvis was named NABC District 24 Coach of the Year.

March 22, 2011

BOCA RATON, FL - Florida Atlantic head men's basketball coach Mike Jarvis was named District 24 Coach of the Year by the National Association of Basketball Coaches, the organization announced Tuesday.

Jarvis' Owls tied school records for most wins in a season (21) and longest winning streak (eight). FAU also won its first regular season title and participated in postseason play for just the second time in school history by playing in the NIT.

District 24, which is comprised of the Sun Belt member institutions honored players Raymond Taylor (first team) and Brett Royster (third team) by naming them to the All-District Team. Jarvis is now eligible for the NABC National Coach of the Year Award, which will be handed out as part of the Final Four. Full list of District Award winners below:

District 1: Ed Cooley, Fairfield            District 13: Tommy Amaker, Harvard
District 2: Mike Krzyzewski, Duke       District 14: Charlie Coles, Miami of Ohio
District 3: Rick Byrd, Belmont            District 15: Cliff Reed, Bethune-Cookman
District 4: Ron Everhart, Duquesne     District 16: Cuonzo Martin, Missouri State
District 5: Mike Brey, Notre Dame      District 17: Steve Fisher, San Diego State
District 6: Stew Morrill, Utah State      District 18: Jim Ferry, Long Island
District 7: Matt Painter, Purdue         Co-District 19: Billy Kennedy, Murray State
District 8: Bill Self, Kansas               Co-District 19: Donnie Tyndall, Morehead St
District 9: Dan Monson, Long Beach State District 20: Sean Miller, Arizona
District 10: Jim Larranaga, George Mason District 21: Billy Donovan, Florida
District 11: Mike Davis, UAB              District 22: Bobby Cremins, College of Charleston
Co-District 12: Homer Drew, Valparaiso     District 23: Dave Simmons, McNeese State
Co-District 12: Gary Waters, Cleveland State District 24: Mike Jarvis, Florida Atlantic


 

 

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