Team Michigan – Midwest Meet of Champions

The 2017 Midwest Meet of Champions will be held on Saturday, June 10th at Ohio Wesleyan University, in Delaware, Ohio

What does it take to be considered for selection to the team?

Top performances at the end of the year, head-to-head competition versus other top performers, and finish at the state finals.

CLICK HERE for some preliminary standards for consideration.

Jon Wozniak

From John Quiring. Retired teacher and coach from Okemos:

Jon Wozniak, shot and disc coach at Okemos High School passed away in March. There will be a service for him on Sunday, May 7,from 2:30 to 4:30 at the Coral Gables in East Lansing. He had 12 individual state champions in his outstanding career and will be missed by so very many.

May 1 deadline for Coach of the Year Eligibility – State & Regional COY

Each year, MITCA honors 8 coaches as Michigan Track & Field “Coach of the Year” in their respective Divisions/Genders…and a total of 32 coaches as “finalists” for the honor, presenting each with a plaque at the annual Track & Field clinic in February.

Also…returning this year after a long absence, MITCA will again be honoring REGIONAL Coaches of the Year.  The highest finishing coach at each regional (that is a MITCA member) will be honored as Regional Coach of the Year.

To be eligible for any of these honors, a coach must be a current, up-to-date MITCA-member before May 1 of that year.

The membership deadline for the 2017 track season is fast-approaching.  If your team has the potential to finish in the Top 10 at the State Finals, you could be a finalist for Coach of the Year…but you must be a MITCA member.

If you registered and paid for the 2017 Track & Field clinic this year (February), then you are a current member.  If you are not a member, there is still time, but your application and payment must be postmarked before May 1.

For more information about becoming a MITCA member, visit the CLICK HERE

If questions not answered there, you can contact MITCA Treasurer, Jerry