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National Sports Media Association Awards Weekend & National Convention Will Include The Coaching and Leadership Journal


The Coaching and Leadership Journal will be included in this year's 63rd NSMA Awards Weekend & National Convention. Our highly acclaimed journal will be included in the packages given to the award winners as well as some of the attendees. 

This year's event, held June 24-26 in Winston-Salem, NC, will honor Hall of Fame inductees (Lee Corso, Dan Kelly, Roger Angell, Bill Plaschke), 2022 National Sportscaster (Ian Eagle) and Sportswriters (Pete Thamel, Ken Rosenthal) of the Year, 2022 State Sportscasters and Sportswriters of the Year from 49 states plus DC; as well as the Roone Arledge Award for Innovation, Woody Durham Voice of College Sports Award (Rich Chvotkin), the Jim Nantz College Sportscaster of the Year, the 2022 Young Reporter of the Year, 2022 Sideline Reporter of the Year, 2022 Best Sports Book, 2022 Best Sports Documentary, and the 2022-23 Big House Gaines College Basketball Coaches of the Year for Division One and Division Two.

"I am grateful to Executive Director Dave Goren for including our publication in this esteemed event. It is an honor to have the journal presented to such a distinguished group. Many past winners are long-time subscribers, so it is nice to build on that relationship," said journal founder Dan Spainhour.

You can find subscription information about the journal here.


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