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2014 Hugh Durham Award

April 4, 2014


DALLAS, TX  -- IPFW's Tony Jasick is the recipient of the 2014 Hugh Durham award. 

Jasick led the Mastodons to a program-record 25 wins in 2013-14, falling in the Summit League Tournament championship game, another first for the program. His 25 wins is tied for the ninth-most in Summit League history, while the teams' 2,774 points during the season and its 285 three-point field goals made are the fourth and fifth highest totals in Summit League history, respectively.
The squad hosted and won a first-round CIT Tournament game against Akron, before falling in the second round to VMI, an eventual semifinalist in the tournament. He helped guide IPFW to its highest RPI in program history (115), with two wins over programs with RPI's below 100.

The Hugh Durham Award is given annually to the nation's top mid-major coach. The award is named in honor of Hugh Durham who had retired at the end of the 2004-05 season. Durham is one of just twelve coaches to have led two different programs to the NCAA Final Four (Florida State in 1972 and Georgia in 1983). He is the only coach among that group to have led both schools to their lone Final Four appearance.


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