In eight seasons at Marian Catholic, girls basketball coach Annie Byrne absorbed 51 losses — most against the very best competition, many in important games.
Marian Catholic coach Annie Byrne has been leading a busy life since the team won the Class 4A state title on March 2, but she isn't minding the extra obligations.
The Times Coach of the Year is Marian Catholic's Annie Byrne, second from the right. Byrne poses with assistant coach Mark D'Apice, left, and captains Ashton Millender, far left, and Megan Walsh, far right. Marian won the Class 4A state title, the program's first.
The Times Coach of the Year Annie Byrne was 216-51 in eight years as Marian Catholic's head coach. This year, the Spartans won the Class 4A state title.
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