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Jesuit’s Warren wins national coach of the year honors
Posted Dec 1, 2012 by Jarrett Guthrie
Updated Dec 1, 2012 at 08:44 PM
Jesuit baseball coach Richie Warren was named the Region 3 coach of the year by the National High School Baseball Coaches Association (NHSBCA) Friday at the organization’s national convention in St. Louis, Mo.
Warren, who led Jesuit to the Class 5A state semifinals and a 28-2 record last season, is in his eighth season as the Tigers coach.
The NHSBCA website says it was founded in 1991, and its goal is “to provide services and recognition for baseball coaches and to help promote and represent high school baseball across this country.”
The organization annually names coaches of the year from eight national regions.