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Coach of the Year

St. Rose fifth-year head coach Joe Whalen. (Photo by Paula Lopez)
St. Rose fifth-year head coach Joe Whalen. (Photo by Paula Lopez)
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Girls Basketball – SSN Coach of the Year: Joe Whalen, St. Rose

Joe Whalen did not take over the St. Rose girls basketball program to turn an also-ran into a competitive team or even a competitive team into a championship contender...

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Photo by Larry Murphy
Photo by Larry Murphy
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Boys Basketball – SSN Coach of the Year: Mike Nausedas, Marlboro

It’s not every year that a boys basketball team at Marlboro enters the year with the expectations the Mustangs had for themselves in 2016-17...

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Photo by Mark Brown/B51 Photography.
Photo by Mark Brown/B51 Photography.
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2016 Shore Sports Network Football Coach of the Year: Wall’s Dan Curcione

The first two years of Dan Curcione’s head-coaching tenure at Wall didn’t exactly go as planned, but all along he knew this season’s group of seniors had the goods to return the program to glory...

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Asbury Park boys soccer coach Jean Dortissant. (Photo by Matt Manley)
Asbury Park boys soccer coach Jean Dortissant. (Photo by Matt Manley)
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Boys Soccer – SSN Coach of the Year: Jean Dortissant, Asbury Park

Every summer, Asbury Park boys soccer coach Jean Dortissant returns to his native Haiti to visit some family and friends who still live there...

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Photo by Robert Samuels/BooFace Photography.
Photo by Robert Samuels/BooFace Photography.
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Shore Sports Network 2016 Boys Lacrosse Coach of the Year: Manasquan’s Sean Cunningham

From the second he took over as Manasquan’s head coach prior to the 2015 season, Sean Cunningham knew he had a program ready to take a major jump...

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Toms River South Hall of Famer Ken Frank starts his 37th season with the Indians today as the state's all-time leader in wins. (Photo by Scott Stump)
Toms River South Hall of Famer Ken Frank starts his 37th season with the Indians today as the state's all-time leader in wins. (Photo by Scott Stump)
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Baseball – SSN Coach of the Year: Ken Frank, Toms River South

To win more games than any coach in the state of New Jersey takes a long time and Toms River South coach Ken Frank has been the Indians skipper for a long time...

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Mater Dei coach Ben Gamble. (Photo by Mark Brown)
Mater Dei coach Ben Gamble. (Photo by Mark Brown)
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Boys Basketball – 2016 Coach of the Year: Ben Gamble, Mater Dei Prep

The 2015-16 boys basketball season at Mater Dei Prep was as much a choice as it was an accomplishment and the decision to go for a Shore Conference Tournament championship was officially made on June 10, 2015...

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Middletown South head coach Steve Antonucci.
Middletown South head coach Steve Antonucci.
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2015 Shore Sports Network Coach of the Year: Steve Antonucci

With a roster full of talented and experienced players, Middletown South entered the 2015 season with great expectations as the No. 1 team in the Shore Sports Network Top 10...

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Photo by Larry Murphy, Sportspixnj.smugmug.com
Photo by Larry Murphy, Sportspixnj.smugmug.com
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Boys Soccer – 2015 Coach of the Year: Dan Keane, CBA

When Dan Keane decided to return to coaching following the 2011 season, he knew he was passing up a chance to go out on the highest of notes...

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Hall of Fame CBA coach Marty Kenney guided the Colts to the best season in his 42 years at the helm. (Photo by Ray Richardson)
Hall of Fame CBA coach Marty Kenney guided the Colts to the best season in his 42 years at the helm. (Photo by Ray Richardson)
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Baseball – Shore Sports Network 2015 Awards

For the first time in more than a decade and only the second time in history, a Shore Conference baseball team won all five possible championships – division, county, conference, state sectional and group – and in this particular case, it was good enough to land said team in the No...

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Middletown South coach Tom Brennan is the 2015 Shore Sports Network Coach of the Year after also receiving the same honor from the Shore Basketball Coaches Association. (Photo by Ray Richardson)
Middletown South coach Tom Brennan is the 2015 Shore Sports Network Coach of the Year after also receiving the same honor from the Shore Basketball Coaches Association. (Photo by Ray Richardson)
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Shore Sports Network Girls Basketball Coach of the Year: Tom Brennan

Before this season even began, Middletown South was behind the eight ball.

The Eagles lost a key piece of their lineup and a Division I talent when senior Jill Falvey, a St...

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The Shore Conference coaches have selected Rumson-Fair Haven junior guard Brendan Barry as the Player of the Year. (Photo by Larry Murphy, Sports Pix NJ)
The Shore Conference coaches have selected Rumson-Fair Haven junior guard Brendan Barry as the Player of the Year. (Photo by Larry Murphy, Sports Pix NJ)
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Boys Basketball – Rumson’s Barry and Champeau Are Player, Coach of the Year

In his first five seasons as the Rumson-Fair Haven boys basketball head coach, Chris Champeau made the Bulldogs program into everything he envisioned it would be...

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