Her Hoop Stats Names UWGB Phoenix Head Coach Kevin Borseth as Coach of The Year Finalist

Posted on 3-07-2024

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(HOPEWELL, N.J., 7-March-2024) – Her Hoop Stats announced this morning the five finalists for the Kathy Delaney-Smith Mid-Major Coach of the Year Award. UWGB Phoenix Head Coach Kevin Borseth is among the finalists. The winner will be announced on April 3rd.

To be eligible for the award, coaches must compete in one of the 26 conferences deemed to be “mid-major.” Interim head coaches are eligible, although total games coached will be taken into consideration. Coaches will be assessed throughout the entire season, including postseason play. Beyond on-court success, other factors such as recruiting, preseason expectations, injuries, and tactical coaching will also be weighed when assessing each candidate. Inclusion on previous watch lists is not a requirement to be considered for future watch lists.

Her Hoop Stats was founded in 2017 to unlock better insight into women’s basketball at all levels. It began as a statistics site focused on providing consistent, reliable, and easy-to-access data about women’s basketball for both mobile and desktop environments. Her Hoop Stats has expanded to become a leading independent voice in the women’s game.

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