Halsell named GNAC Coach of the Year
Nov. 7, 2007
SPOKANE, Wash. - Western Washington University's Pee Wee Halsell has been voted the Great Northwest Athletic Conference Men's Cross Country Coach of the Year. It is his third GNAC Cross Country Coach of the Year award.
Halsell, who led the Vikings to their third GNAC men's title in five years, also won the award in 2003 and 2006. A 1981 graduate of Wayland Baptist, he is in his 21st season as the cross country and track and field coach for WWU. His team finished second in last Saturday's NCAA Division II West Regional meet, to qualify for the NCAA Division II national meet, Saturday, Nov. 17 at Joplin, Mo.
In all Halsell has won 15 Coach-of-the-Year career awards (eight in the GNAC), including four in men's outdoor track-and-field, four in women's outdoor track-and-field, two in men's indoor track-and-field and five in men's cross country.
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