NSCAA Coach of the Year winners

Longtime UMBC coach Pete Caringi, who led the Retrievers to their first Men's College Cup, and Mark Krikorian, who coached Florida State to its first women's national championship, are among the 2014 NSCAA Coach of the Year winners. For all the coach, high school and youth recipients.

Men's/Boys' Coaches of the Year
NCAA Division I: Pete Caringi, UMBC
NCAA Division II: John Rootes, Lynn
NCAA Division III: Josh Shapiro, Tufts
NAIA: Chris Hughes, Davenport
NCCAA Division I: Paul Furey, Lee
NCCAA Division II; Jeff Pill, Maranatha Baptist
Junior College Division I:  Steve Clements, Tyler
Junior College Division III: Benny Artiaga, Cerritos
High School (Large): Jerry McCabe, Melbourne High School (Fla.)
High School (Small): Frank Spinello, Mason High School (Va.)
High School (Private/Parochial): Robert Hartman, Moravian Academy (Pa.)
Youth/Club Boys: Jamil Walker, McLean Youth Soccer Association (Va.)

Women's/Girls' Coaches of the Year
NCAA Division I: Mark Krikorian, Florida State
NCAA Division II: Alicia Schuck, Rollins
NCAA Division III: Todd Olsen, Lynchburg
NAIA: Drew Burwash, Lindsey Wilson
NCCAA Division I:  Matt Yelton, Le
NCCAA Division II: Mark Bates, Clearwater Christian
Junior College Division I:  Jonathan Garbar, Monroe
Junior College Division III: Oliver Germond, Fresno City
High School (Large): Rosanna Lord, Melbourne High School (Fla.)
High School (Small): Richard Finneyfrock, Villa Joseph Marie High School (Pa.)
High School (Private/Parochial):  Randy Heethuis, Unity Christian High School (Mich.)
Youth/Club Girls: Michele Krzisnik, Michigan Wolves-Hawks SC

TV Report: Liga MX final draws 3 million viewers

Univision's coverage of the second leg of the Liga MX final between Club America and Tigres averaged 3 million viewers, making it the most-viewed Liga MX Apertura final since 2006 on any network. It was also the most-viewed club soccer match on any U.S. network in 2014.

The audience was more than double the most-viewed EPL match ever on NBC or NBCSN.

The America-Tigres game also aired on UDN, where it averaged 438,000 viewers, the most ever on Univision's sports-only network and more than on any other cable sports network in prime time on Sunday, regardless of language.
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