In a year like no other, we are especially proud to name the 25 National Winners of PCA’s Double-Goal Coach® Award presented by TeamSnap because the impact they’ve had on their student-athletes has been tremendous in a time when it was needed most.
These 25 National Winners will each receive $500 and recognition on PCA's website, newsletters, and media campaigns. All National Winners will be recognized at our National Youth Sports Awards & Benefit on April 18th, 2021. We hope you'll all plan to join us!
Thanks to the generosity of the Taube Family Foundation, one special coach will win the Taube Family Prize in Recognition of Excellence in Coaching and be named PCA’s National Coach of the Year. The $10,000* prize will be awarded to the Coach of the Year at our virtual National Youth Sports Awards and Benefit on April 18th! Be sure you're there to see the announcement live! *($2,500 to the coach and $7,500 to the youth sports organization or school of their choice)
Thanks to this group of sports and business professionals for assisting with the review of nominees to determine our PCA National Coach of the Year to be announced in April at our virtual National Youth Sports Awards & Benefit.
All National Winners will receive access to take PCA’s online coach course for FREE. ($30 value) Additionally, please stay tuned for information on a virtual awards event in April to recognize all coach winners! If you’re interested in taking one of PCA's online courses, please click this link.
Thanks to all nominated coaches for their time and commitment to improving student-athletes across the US! If your coach was not named a National Winner this year, we encourage you to nominate them again next year.
Questions? Need updates? Contact PCA's Jennie Wulbrun.
If you have no experience with PCA, this is the course for you... Positive is Powerful! In this highly-interactive online Double-Goal Coach® course from PCA – with advice from top pro athletes and coaches on PCA’s National Advisory Board – coaches explore why and how to pursue both winning and the more important goal of teaching life lessons through sports.