Daryl Green has resigned his position as head cheer coach of Tabor College. A search for his replacement has begun.
Green was the Bluejays coach for three and a half years. In that time, he developed a competitive program that culminated in a second-place finish at the NAIA regional competition, and an 11th-place finish at the NAIA national competition this past season. He was selected as the KCAC Coach of the Year by his peers in 2017-18.
“Coach Green has done an outstanding job of developing the Tabor cheer program,” said Rusty Allen, Tabor’s vice president for athletics.
“Under his leadership, we have seen our sideline cheer promote an exciting fan experience,” Allen added. “Additionally, the Bluejay competitive cheer squad qualified this past season for the NAIA National competition for the first time in school history.
“Most importantly, Coach Green has sought to encourage Christian growth among the young men and women he has worked with. We wish him God’s blessing as he transitions. The national search for a new head cheer coach will begin immediately.”