SAN FRANCISCO – Nova Southeastern University’s Ryan Jamison was honored on Tuesday by CaptainU as the Spring College Coach of the Year for Division II men’s golf.
Jamison and the Sharks finished third or better in all five spring regular season events before placing as runners-up at both the NCAA South/Southeast Regional and at the NCAA National Championship. It is the first national award of the second-year head coach’s career.
“It is incredibly humbling to be named by CaptainU as their Coach of the Year,” said Jamison. “Anytime you are considered for the same award as many other great coaches, it’s a great honor. As always, I’d like to thank NSU for the great opportunity and the tremendous support they continually show.”
Thirty-three coaches were honored on Tuesday by CaptainU, and Jamison is one of 10 from competing DII institutions. He and Barry women’s tennis coach Avi Kigel were the only two named from the Sunshine State Conference.
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