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MIAA announces Indoor Track and Field Coaches of the Year

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Pittsburg State men's track and field coach Russ Jewett and Central Missouri women's track & field head coaches Kirk Pedersen and Kip Janvrin were named 2015 MIAA Indoor Track & Field Coaches of the Year, the league office announced Tuesday.


Jewett has been named the MIAA Coach of the Year a record 32 times between indoor and outdoor track and field and cross country. He wins the award after leading his team to their second straight indoor championship.

Janvrin and Pedersen claim their 15th MIAA Coach of the Year honor indoors and their 25th overall in track and field. The pair led the Jennies to the MIAA Indoor Track and Field Championship.

2015 MIAA Men's Indoor Track & Field Coach of the Year: Russ Jewett, Pittsburg State

2015 MIAA Women's Indoor Track & Field Coaches of the Year: Kip Janvrin and Kirk Pedersen, Central Missouri
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