The award, presented by US Lacrosse, recognizes one high school coach whose success is best measured in the support and guidance given to the development of student-athletes, school officials said.
Coach Hartranft was presented the award during the 2014 US Lacrosse Convention recently in Philadelphia, PA.
“It is a tremendous honor to have one of our role models be recognized on a national level,” said John Lorentz, Farmingdale School District Superintendent of Schools.
“The Farmingdale School District is dedicated to
developing all our students into well-rounded adults, and Bob Hartranft has
played a critical role in ensuring that our students-athletes hold themselves
to the highest standards both on and off the field,” he said.
The US Lacrosse convention is attended by lacrosse coaches, officials and administrators from all over the country. The event typically draws more than 7,000 participants, including coaches from top NCAA programs across the nation, and includes over 130 educational sessions.