[SOCCER AMERICA AWARDS] Scotsman Bobby Clark, who coached Notre Dame to the 2013 national championship, is Soccer America's 2013 Men's Coach of the Year.
Notre Dame defeated Maryland, 2-1, to conclude the campaign with a 17-1-6 record. After suffering its lone loss of the season on Oct. 26 to Virginia (2-0), the Fighting Irish went 9-0-1 during the season-ending stretch and won in their first trip to the College Cup.
Clark came to Notre Dame in 2001 after stints at Dartmouth and Stanford with a spell as New Zealand national team coach in between. He completed his 27th season as a college head coach with a career mark of 323-132-66.
SOCCER AMERICA MEN'S COACHES OF THE YEAR
2013 -- Bobby Clark (Notre Dame)
2012 -- Todd Yeagley (Indiana)
2011 -- Carlos Somoano (North Carolina)
2010 -- Ken Lolla (Louisville)
2009 -- George Gelnovatch (Virginia)
2008 -- Joe Baum (Michigan State)
2007 -- Jim DeRose (Bradley)
2006 -- Marlon LeBlanc (West Virginia)
2005 -- Ken Lolla (Akron)
2004 -- Jeremy Fishbein (New Mexico)
2003 -- Jerry Yeagley (Indiana)
2002 -- Ed Kelly (Boston College)
2001 -- Dave Masur (St. John's)