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Olivet College's Stubbs receives Matt Mann Award
Sep 17, 2002

Olivet, Mich. David Stubbs, Olivet Colleges first-year head swimming coach and director of aquatics, was recently presented the 2003 Matt Mann Award by the Michigan Interscholastic Swimming Coaches Association (MISCA). The award is the highest given by the MISCA for continued leadership, contributions and service to high school swimming in Michigan.

To be considered for this award a person must have coached in Michigan with above average success and have demonstrated leadership at the local, state and national levels. The award is named after a long-time University of Michigan head swimming coach.

During Stubbs 29 years of high school coaching, he compiled an overall record of 531-143, won 31 conference championships and 24 Battle Creek city championships, and coached the 1999 NISCA Class Two National Championship team. Stubbs has also coached numerous state champions and All-Americans. He has been named regional coach of the year three times and has served as president of the MISCA.

Prior to joining Olivet College, Stubbs was the head swimming coach at Battle Creeks Lakeview High School.

Stubbs earned a bachelors degree in education and a masters degree in health and physical education from Bowling Green State University.


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