College Notebook

Duke's Jermyn region's top coach

From News ReleasesNovember 14, 2012 

Duke women’s cross country coach Kevin Jermyn was named the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association’s Southeast Region Coach of the Year on Tuesday.

Jermyn, in his ninth season as the Blue Devils’ coach, garnered the honor for the fourth time. He previously received region coach of the year accolades in 2004, 2005 and 2009.

Last weekend, Jermyn directed the Duke women to the program’s fourth Southeast Region title with a 42-point margin over second-place William & Mary. Four Blue Devils runners finished inside among the top 25 overall to earn spots on the all-region team, including senior Juliet Bottorff (runner-up), sophomore Kelsey Lakowske (ninth), sophomore Carolyn Baskir (12th) and graduate student Suejin Ahn (19th).

Duke will be one of 31 teams to compete for the NCAA title Saturday in Louisville, Ky. Florida State and Boston College also will be representing the ACC in the meet.

• The Duke women’s cross country team maintained its position as the 10th-ranked program in the U.S. Track and Field & Cross Country Coaches Association’s final regular-season national poll.

Swimming & Diving

East Carolina: Freshman Bailie Monahan has been named Conference USA Swimmer of the Week after posting two of the top times in the league during her swims in the 100- and 200-yard butterfly events Saturday against William & Mary.

Monahan posted a time of 56.91 seconds in the 100-yard butterfly and 2 minute, 3.46 seconds in the 200-yard butterfly.


N.C. State: Juniors C.J. Leslie and Lorenzo Brown are among the players named to the Naismith Early Season Watch List, the Atlanta Tipoff Club announced.

Leslie and Brown were among five ACC players on the Naismith’s watch list, but N.C. State was the only league school with multiple representatives on the list.


Campbell: Senior Mitchell Cardenas leads the nation in assists (14) and assists per game (0.74). He ended his career as the 15th-leading scorer in the 50-season history of the Camels’ men’s soccer program. He finished with 78 points on 22 goals and 34 assists in 76 matches (75 starts).

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