, who led the North Carolina Courage to the NWSL's first double, was voted the league's 2018 Coach of the Year.
Riley, 55, led the Courage to its second straight NWSL
Shield with a 17-1-6 record and a sweep of its two playoff games -- 2-0 over Chicago in the semifinals and 3-0 over Portland in Saturday's final. He was also named Coach of the Year in 2017 after he
led the Courage to the league's best record in its first season in North Carolina.
Seattle Reign first-year coach Vlatko Andonovski
was second in the voting. Riley was first in
voting by teams, media and fans but Andonovski edged Riley in the player vote.
-- Sky Blue FC forward Imani Dorsey
was voted the NWSL Rookie of the Year for the 2018 NWSL season,
beating out Washington's Andi Sullivan
and Sky Blue teammate Savannah McCaskill
In a small pool of rookies, Dorsey, 22, stood out with four goals and one assist in 13
appearances for Sky Blue FC, whose only win came on the final day of the regular season.
Portland midfielder Lindsey Horan was previously announced as the NWSL MVP.