For the third consecutive year, Lewis-Clark State College baseball coach Jeremiah Robbins has been named the American Baseball Coaches Association/Diamond NAIA Coach of the Year.
Robbins led the Warriors to their third straight NAIA World Series title last month. LC finished 40-and-14 this season, winning 15 of its final 16 regular-season games, and going 5-and-1 in the Series, including a win over Faulkner of Alabama in the championship game.
In his five years at the helm, Robbins is 230-and-58 overall, and has led the Warriors to the NAIA World Series championship game each year. After finishing second his first two years, the Warriors have won the last three national titles.
Robbins will be honored at the ABCA/Diamond Hall of Fame/Coach of the Year Banquet next January in Indianapolis. (KOZE Sports)