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Clarence Gaines Award

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Country  United States
First awarded  2011
Presented by  Collegeinsider.com
Awarded for  the nation's top men's head coach in NCAA Division II basketball
Currently held by  Chad Walthall, Minnesota State–Moorhead
Official website  http://www.clarencegainesaward.com/

The Clarence Gaines Award is an award given annually to the most outstanding men's college basketball head coach in NCAA Division II. The award was established in 2011 and is named for Clarence Gaines, who coached for 47 years at Winston-Salem State University.

Winners

  • 2011 – Steve Kinder, Humboldt State University
  • 2012 – Ben McCollum, Northwest Missouri
  • 2013 – Tom Billeter, Augustana (SD)
  • 2014 – Jeff Wilson, East Stroudsburg
  • 2015 – Chad Walthall, Minnesota State–Moorhead
  • References

    Clarence Gaines Award Wikipedia


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