Phil Weaver, the man leading the state coaches’ association, has been picked to be the new executive director of the national coaches’ group.
Weaver is the co-executive director of the N.C. Coaches Association. He has been elected to the same position with the National Organization of Coaches Association Directors.
Weaver replaces Keith Richardson of South Carolina who served for 12 years. He is only its third executive director in its 22-year history. He plans to continue in his position with the NCCA.
Thirty-seven state coaches organizations are members stretching from Connecticut to Hawaii and Michigan to Florida and counting about 140,000 coaches belonging to its member states’ associations.
Joe Franks, assistant executive director of the NCCA, was elected to a three-year term on the board of directors. This is only the third time an assistant executive director has been so honored.