March 21, 2014
The award is the second for the fourth-year head coach, who was named co-Coach of the Year in 2012.
Graba led the Tigers to the second-highest score in program history in 2014, as well as the top road score. He has guided Auburn to a national ranking of No. 12 overall and the fifth-seed at the SEC Gymnastics Championship for the second consecutive year. …
Gymnastics News Network Q & A Interview:
GNN: You have almost your whole team coming back next season, how important is it to build off of this years momentum?
Jeff: Yes, we have every routine (including multiple alternates) coming back next year and we are extremely excited about that. I think the positive that we can take from this year is that even though we finished the year without Bri G. and Caitlin A. and that ultimately hurt our chances at qualifying to nationals, we did develop a ton of much needed depth for next season. I’m looking forward to a year where we have experience with a majority of our competitors on each event.
GNN: Is it war Eagle Time next Year?
Jeff: That is the Plan!
(via College Gymnastics Board)