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Jesuit’s Goldman named 5A Coach of the Year
Posted Mar 28, 2013 by Nick Williams
Updated Mar 28, 2013 at 03:54 PM
Jesuit boys basketball coach Neal Goldman has been named the Florida Dairy Farmers Class 5A Coach of the Year. Goldman, who guided the Tigers to the 5A state championship this past season, is now a finalist for the all-classification Coach of the Year Award.
Jesuit finished the season 31-1 with the top ranking in Class 5A. The championship was Goldman’s first and third overall for the program.
Goldman, who has coached at Jesuit for 26 years, has won a total 470 games. He was an assistant coach at Jesuit for a number of years before becoming head coach in 1987.
Jesuit senior guard Devin Harris finished second in total voting for 5A Player of he Year, just nine points behind Erik Thomas from Wesley Chapel.
Wharton coach Tommy Tonelli finished third in total votes for 8A Coach of the Year after guiding the Widlcats to their first state tournament appearance.