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Yeshiva University’s Elliot Steinmetz is the recipient of the 2020 Glenn Robinson award, which is presented annually to the top Division III coach.

March 26, 2020


BOSTON, MA -- Yeshiva University’s Elliot Steinmetz is the recipient of the 2019-20 Glenn Robinson Award, given annually to the nation’s top Division III college basketball coach.

Now in his sixth season, Steinmetz led Yeshiva to an historic season. After losing their season-opener, the Maccabees won 29 straight games. The Macs finished 29-1, which was tops in all of Division III. 
Yeshiva won the Skyline Conference Championship (16-0) and earned its first national ranking in school history. After being ranked No. 24, the Macs finished the season No. 8 according to the latest D3hoops.com Men's Top 25 National Poll.  Steinmetz also led the Macs to the first two NCAA tournament victories in program history.

Glenn Robinson had 967 victories in 48 seasons at Franklin & Marshall and is the winningest coach in Division III history. He claimed his 900th victory on Jan. 9, 2016. He’s the second Division III coach to spend 1,000 games on the sidelines. He’s directed the Diplomats to 23 NCAA tournament appearances, 42 tournament victories, 16 trips to the Sweet 16 and Final Four visits in 1979, 1991, 1996, 2000 and 2009.

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