Top Junior College Coaches E-mail
Thursday, 27 March 2008

The national junior college tournament has just concluded. Here is what we see as the top junior college coaches in the country:

Greg Heiar, Chipola College (FL),-Love him or not, you can't argue with the wins that Heiar has amassed while at the helm of the Indians. In 4 years Heiar has recorded an amazing 130-13 overall record. Also he has put more players into the NCAA Division I ranks over that time, than any coach in the country.

Jeff Kidder, Indian Hills CC (IA),-Known for his fiery, no-nonsense approach to coaching, Kidder has established himself as one of the elite coaches in the nation. In his last two years at Indian Hills, he has taken teams with average to above average talent to the national tournament. Prior to his stint at IHCC, Kidder racked up a 218-57 record at Dixie State College.

Grant McCasland, Midland College (TX),-The mild-mannered McCasland has managed to assemble a JC dynasty in West Texas. McCasland guided the Chaps to a National Championship last season, and then followed up this year with 28-4 record. Don't be surprised for McCasland's name to surface for other jobs as the coaching carousel gets going this spring.

Steve Green, South Plains (TX),-The 2008 National Championship Coach has been one of the most successful jc coaches in the last two decades. In 9 years at South Plains, he has taken the Texans to a 204-55 record. Prior to South Plains Green compiled a 71-6 record at Howard College and a 73-24 record at Midland college. Need we say anymore?

Norm Parish, Salt Lake CC (UT),-If you’re looking for stability in the JC ranks, Parish is the guy. In 16 years of sitting in the first chair at Salt Lake CC, Parish has averaged over 20 wins per season, including a 2008 National Runner-up finish this season. Parish has managed to lure some of the top talent from overseas to the beautiful confines of Salt Lake City.

Doug Cornelius, Yuba College (CA),-The Sacramento native has established a perennial powerhouse in Northern California. Cornelius has led the 49ers to a 145-49 record, including a 30-3 mark this past season. Cornelius has established his fast-paced style of play will be a force to be reckoned with in the California JC ranks.

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