ARGOS HEAD COACH MARC TRESTMAN NAMED CFL COACH OF THE YEAR

ARGOS HEAD COACH MARC TRESTMAN NAMED CFL COACH OF THE YEAR

TORONTO - The Canadian Football League announced Thursday that Toronto Argonauts head coach Marc Trestman has been named the Annis Stukus CFL Coach of the Year.

Trestman, in his sixth year as a CFL head coach and first in Toronto, captured his fifth East Division title (previous four with Montreal) after improving the team's record by four wins and moving up three spots in the standings.

Only three times in the Argos' storied history had the team improved from a fourth-place finish to win the East Division the following year (1959-60, 1981-82, 1985-86).

The 2009 Annis Stukus Coach of the Year is the second-winningest active coach in the CFL with 68 wins to his credit as well as two Grey Cup championships in three previous trips to the title game (2009-10). His career win percentage (.630) ranks fourth amongst coaches with 100+ games in the CFL.

The last Toronto head coach to win Coach of the Year was Scott Milanovich in 2012.

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The Toronto Argonauts Football Club is a proud member of the Canadian Football League, having captured a league record 17 Grey Cup Championships across a rich 143-year history. The Argonauts take pride in a competitive and exciting on-field product, a relentless effort and involvement in the Toronto community, and a world-class game-day experience at BMO Field.