NJCAA DI National Award Winners For 2018 Outdoor T&F Season
WOMEN'S ASSISTANT COACH – Trinity Williams, Western Texas
Williams' athletes achieved 21 national qualifying marks across the season. In her seventh year at Western Texas coaching sprints, hurdles, jumps, and mid-distance, Williams led her athletes to 13 top-10 NJCAA Division I Descending Order List marks, as well as 19 top-10 marks in the region. She had athletes that led the nation 400 hurdles, 4×400 relay and high jump this year. Abigail Kwarteng, a three-time USTFCCCA National Athlete of the Week honoree, set a national record for Ghana in the high jump with a mark of 1.87m (6-1½).
Williams becomes the first Women's Assistant Coach of the Year during the outdoor season from Western Texas, and she also becomes the first woman to capture the award.