Kansas City, Mo. – The National Soccer Coaches Association of America announced the 2015 NSCAA Regional Coaches of the Year today with DePauw women's soccer coach Megan McCormick picking up the honor from the Great Lakes region.
McCormick was one of eight women's soccer coaches in Division III to be recognized. She will now be put on the ballot to be considered for the National Coach of the Year, which will be announced during the 2015 NSCAA Coach of the Year Show on Dec. 16.
To be considered for the award a coach must be an individual NSCAA member, have a successful record for the season and exhibit numerous leadership qualities.
In just her second season, McCormick guided the Tigers to a 12-7-2 season with an NCAA Division III tournament appearance, falling in the second round. The Tigers also captured the North Coast Athletic Conference regular season and tournament championships, and McCormick was honored with the NCAC Coach of the Year award.
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