• Created Date
  • 1991
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  • Springfield College
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  • This photograph is of Springfield College's 1991 women's volleyball team, coached by Joel Dearing. During the 1991 season, the team finished with a record of 19-16-0. Dearing, associate professor of Physical Education who earned his BS degree at Springfield College in 1979, coached the women's volleyball team for 22 seasons from 1989-2010. He finsished with a total win-loss record of 595-196-0, and a .752 winning percentage. Dearing was named ... more
    This photograph is of Springfield College's 1991 women's volleyball team, coached by Joel Dearing. During the 1991 season, the team finished with a record of 19-16-0. Dearing, associate professor of Physical Education who earned his BS degree at Springfield College in 1979, coached the women's volleyball team for 22 seasons from 1989-2010. He finsished with a total win-loss record of 595-196-0, and a .752 winning percentage. Dearing was named the Northeast-10 “Coach of the Year” in 1990, 1993, and 1994. He was named the American Volleyball Coaches Association (AVCA) Division II Northeast Region “Coach of the Year” in 1994, as well as the AVCA Division II New England Region “Coach of the Year” in 1996 . He was also named the Distinguished Professor of Humanics in 1997-1998 , and NEWMAC DIII New England Region “Coach of the Year” in 2003. less
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