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Athletic Awards

At Landmark College, we are proud to honor the student athletes who have excelled on and off the field or court.

Congrats to all of our athletes and coaches for a fantastic 2018-2019 sports season. The following athletes received top honors during our 2019 Athletic Awards Ceremony.

 

Runner Charlie Frost (center) was named Student Athlete of the Year and is pictured with Athletic Director Kari Post (left) and Head Running Coach Jim Baucom (right).

 

The George Noble Dedication to Team Award went to softball player Megan Freeman, pictured here with Coach Ellen Wood.

Athletic Director Kari Post honored Erica Loveland with the Sports Leadership Award.

Scholar Athlete Awards went to soccer and baseball player Dan Lougen (pictured above with Coach John Wood) and softball player Mackenzie Bacastow (below, with Coach Ellen Wood).

 

Team awards are visible on the tab below. To view photos from the awards ceremony please visit the Landmark College Athletics Facebook page.

Soccer

  • Most Valuable Player: Silas Batiste
  • Coaches' Award: John Wright

Cross Country Running

  • Most Valuable Runner: Charlie Frost
  • Most Improved Runner: Jenna Pavucek
  • Coaches' Award: Kathleen Gembczynski

Men's Basketball

  • Most Valuable Player: Michael Poulin
  • Most Improved Player: Oscar Held
  • Coaches' Award: Jason DeWald

Women's Basketball 

  • Most Valuable Player: Jenny Beller
  • Coaches' Award: Lyla Kelley and Jenna Farned

Softball

  • Coaches' Award: Mackenzie Bacastow, Lyla Kelley, and Sarah Silvestro

Baseball 

  • Most Valuable Player: Dan Lougen
  • Most Improved Player: Jon Gerraughty
  • Coaches' Award: Ryan Carroll
  • Mr. Baseball Award: Danny Burke
  1. Any member of the Landmark community may submit an award nomination.
  2. Links to nomination forms are below.
  3. Nominations are due by 4 pm on April 6, 2018.
  4. No late or incomplete nominations will be accepted.
  5. The Athletic Award Committee consists of:
    1. The Director of Athletics, Fitness, and Recreation (non-voting member)
    2. The Head Coach of each athletic team
    3. The Director of Academic Advising
    4. The Director of Student Conduct
    5. Two Faculty Members
    6. One Student
  6. The committee will review all nominations and make recommendations regarding award winners to the Direector of Athletics, Fitness, and Recreation.
  7. The final decision of Hall of Fame selections rests with the President.

Athlete of the Year—Awarded annually to one or two students who exemplifies the highest level of talent, skill, and commitment in their sport(s), and also exemplify respect, integrity, teamwork, and leadership on and off the field or court. They must be enrolled at Landmark for at least one academic year and be in strong academic standing and free of student conduct issues.

Athlete of the Year Nomination Form

Scholar-Athlete Award—Given annually to a student athlete who demonstrates exemplary academic performance while maintaining a high level of commitment in the athlete arena. Additionally, they must demonstrate a high level of commitment to academic attendance and academic support.

Scholar-Athlete Award Nomination Form

George Noble Dedication to Team Award—Awarded to a student athlete who has gone above and beyond in their passion for sports. They are a role model for their peers but may not be an obvious leader. This idividual displays quiet leadership in and out of the athletic arena with little pomp or circumstance. This award is not given annually.

George Noble Dedication to Team Award Nomination Form

Sports Leadership Award—Given to a student athlete who has gone above and beyond in their display of leadership abilities in and out of the athletic arena and beyond. He or she must demonstrate a high level of respect and integrity in all of their endeavors. This award is not given annually.

Sports Leadership Award Nomination Form

Jim Austin Integrity in Sports Award—Given to a student who has made a positive impacton Landmark College Athletics through their integrity and commitment. This award honors the importance of fair play and teamwork in and out of the athletic arena. This award is not given annually.

Jim Austin Integrity in Sports Award Nomination Form

Hall of Fame Induction—Rarely given, this award is the pinnacle of athletic achievement at Landmark College. Any member of the Landmark community is eligible for induction into the Hall of Fame. Fair play, leadership, dedication, effort, integrity, and talent are qualities in which a nominee must excel to be elected. Winners will have made an impact on athletics, campus life, and the greater Landmark community. Faculty and staff must not presently be employed by the College and student nominees must be an alumnus for a minimum of five years prior to nomination.

Hall of Fame Nomination Form

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