Navy's Ken Niumatalolo was voted American Athletic Conference Coach of the Year by his peers in balloting announced Wednesday. Senior guard Adam West was named to the All-AAC first team by vote of the conference's 12 coaches. The Midshipmen (9-2, 7-1) had three second-team choices — senior offensive tackle Blake Copeland, senior center Maurice Morris and junior inside linebacker Micah Thomas — and three honorable mentions: senior slotback Dishan Romine, junior guard Evan Martin and freshman safety Alohi Gilman. Seven honorees seemed low for a team that won the West Division with a game to spare. Memphis (8-4, 5-3), which lost to the Mids, 42-28, had five first-team selections, and SMU (5-7, 3-5), which fell to the Mids, 75-31, had four. "It is what it is," Niumatalolo said. "Obviously, we'd like to have more guys recognized. That's how we've been getting treated all year. It's just unfortunate, but I think our kids are kind of used to it." Niumatalolo was particularly surprised that quarterback Will Worth was overlooked despite leading the entire Football Bowl Subdivision with 25 rushing touchdowns. Worth has 2,544 yards from scrimmage — 1,363 passing and 1,181 rushing. "I guess my biggest gripe is to not have Will Worth anywhere," Niumatalolo said.