The Palm Beach County Sports Commission announced today that Keiser University Head Men’s and Women’s Swimming Coach Adam Epstein has been named Coach of the Year by the Palm Beach County Sports Hall of Fame. The award is presented by the Law Firm of Lytal, Reiter, Smith, Ivey, and Fronrath.
In three years at the helm, Epstein has led the men to three straight NAIA National Championships and the women to back-to-back runner-up finishes. Epstein’s efforts also earned him NAIA Coach of the Year for a third time.
Under Epstein, the men concluded the most recent championship with 30 individual All-Americans, five All-American relay teams, four Relay National Championship teams, and eight Individual National Champions. Additionally, the women had 25 individual All-Americans, five All-American relay teams, two National Championship relay teams, and two Individual National Champions.
The Palm Beach County Annual Sports Awards announcements will continue Thursday, April 30 with the High School Female Athlete of the Year finalists to be named on PBCSC social media. The winner will be announced Friday, May 1. Follow the announcement process with updates coming daily at @pbsportsfl on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.