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College Basketball Awards: Who won the World Exposure Report NJCAA Division I coaching awards?

By World Exposure Report News Service, 03/31/22, 2:30PM CDT

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HEAD COACH OF THE YEAR: Brandan Harrell, Georgia Highlands

Brandan finished this season by reaching the NJCAA Championship game and boasts one of the most successful NJCAA women's basketball coaching resumes in the country. This season,  his team was ranked in the No. 10 most of the season in the World Exposure Report NJCAA Division I women's basketball poll. In addition, his team finished 7th in the nation for points per game (83.7), 1st in total points (2,931), 3rd in steals per game (16.1), and 16th in the nation for assists per game (17.7). 

 



ASSISTANT COACH OF THE YEAR: Rachel Barnes, Pensacola State
Barnes finished her eighth season on the Lady Pirates bench this season.  She has helped mentored two 2022 WER All-Americans (Tai'Sheka Porchia & Kristin Williams). 

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