Softball British Columbia inducted Simon Fraser University softball coach Mike Renney into its hall of fame on Saturday.
Under his watch, the program has become one of the top collegiate programs in North America, with the team producing many players to Team Canada, including 11 Olympians while winning four National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics titles.
"I've been fortunate to have the opportunity to work with numerous quality teams," said Renney in a school press release. "I think my career could be epitomized by being in the right place at the right time."
Renney represented Canada as a coach with Team Canada, working with the national program from 1996 to 2004 - a stint that included trips to the 1996, 2000 and 2004 Olympics, along with four world championships.
Renney led SFU to four NAIA national titles in seven championship final appearances.
The Clan also finished third or fourth at the nationals on four other occasions.
Since taking over the softball program at SFU in 1995, Renney has coached the Clan to 15 NAIA national championships.
His .718 winning percentage and 61-24 record at the nationals is third-best all-time behind that of Oklahoma City and California Baptist.
"The people and the athletes have been the most rewarding part. I've been very fortunate to have success, travel the world and compete at the pinnacle of sports, and it's the great people I've worked with that makes it very rewarding," said Renney.