BAILY NAMED RMAC MEN’S OUTDOOR TRACK COACH OF THE YEAR

Posted 2 years ago

By John Axtell

 

 Ryan BailyChadron State College head track coach Ryan Baily has been named the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Men’s Outdoor Coach of the Year. It’s the 8th time in his career Baily has won the men’s or women’s indoors or outdoors award at either CSC or Western State.

The CSC men finished as runnerup at this year’s RMAC Outdoor Championships, which concluded Tuesday, matching their best finish ever with their highest point total ever…183.

Baily, a native of Scottsbluff, has been named both the Women’s and Men’s Coach of the Year twice in his four years coaching at his alma mater…leading both teams to four 2nd-place finishes.

The 2001 RMAC decathlon champion himself, he’s coached 45 RMAC champions, 41 All-Americans and three national champions in his career at CSC and Western State.

 2013 RMAC Outdoor Track and Field Award Winners

Women’s Athlete of the Meet: Breanna Hemming, Metro State
Men’s Athlete of the Meet: Carlton Lavong, Adams State

Women’s Freshman of the Year: Breanna Hemming, Metro State
Men’s Freshman of the Year: Carlton Lavong, Adams State

Women’s Track Athlete of the Year: Alicia Nelson, Adams State
Men’s Track Athlete of the Year: Gabe Proctor, Western State

Women’s Field Athlete of the Year: Barbara Szabo, Western State*
Men’s Field Athlete of the Year: Carlton Lavong, Adams State

Women’s Coach of the Year: Damon Martin, Adams State
Men’s Coach of the Year: Ryan Baily, Chadron State