IPFW's Jasick Honored As Mid Major Coach Of The Year (VIDEO)

By Dean Pantazi - 21 Alive

April 5, 2014 Updated Apr 5, 2014 at 12:15 AM EDT

DALLAS, Tex. (21 Alive) - IPFW men's basketball head coach Tony Jasick has been named the Hugh Durham National Coach of the Year, presented by CollegeInsider.com.

The Hugh Durham award is presented annually to the top Division I mid-major coach in college basketball. The award is named after Hugh Durham who is one of the winningest coaches in college basketball history.

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..

IPFW 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.

Jasick helped guide IPFW to its highest RPI in program history (115), with two wins over programs with RPI's below 100.

Jasick is 52-47 in his three years at the helm of the program.

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