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From start to finish, winners in 2011-12 distinguished themselves on and off the field

by Steve Wieberg July 11, 2011 in Men's Basketball The first Lowe’s Senior CLASS Award honoree—North Carolina’s Ali Hawkins—was named in December. A Phi Beta Kappa member, she co-founded a program promoting athletes’ involvement in local, national… Continue Reading

The “right things” matter to Virginia’s Tyler Wilson

by Aaron Fitt June 27, 2011 in Baseball In a conversation with Tyler Wilson, it doesn’t take long for the magnetism of his personality to become perfectly apparent. Virginia’s instantly likable senior righthander has a clear, confident… Continue Reading

Chelsea Kelley overcomes injury to complete four-year career and win softball award

by Bill Plummer III June 06, 2011 in Softball When the 2011 Lowe’s Senior CLASS Award winner was announced, no one was more surprised than the winner – Radford University pitcher Chelsea Kelley. “At first I was kind of in shock,” Kelley… Continue Reading

Balancing the “student-athlete” equation is a matter of philosophy

by Geoff Shannon May 31, 2011 in Lacrosse Socrates. Plato. Aristotle. Karalunas? Philosophy majors are a rare breed in lacrosse, a sport that usually funnels players into lucrative careers on Wall Street or Madison Avenue. So, when… Continue Reading

Softball players find ways to excel in all four Cs

by Tommy Deas May 26, 2011 in Softball It doesn’t take a village to make a difference, but it can start with one. Take a look at the 10 finalists for the Lowe’s Senior CLASS award in softball. They come from places ranging from… Continue Reading

Frazier Hall put baseball dream on hold to help his older brother chase another dream

by Randy Rosetta May 23, 2011 in Baseball Like any other kid who picked up a baseball or a glove when he had barely mastered the art of walking, Frazier Hall had a full set of dreams lying in front of him. Those aspirations grew and… Continue Reading

Serve. Lead. Influence. The message the Catalino brothers will use to give back to community

by Patrick Stevens May 09, 2011 in Lacrosse As Maryland attackman Grant Catalino rode home to Webster, N.Y., last winter with his brother Michael, the two considered just how they could help pass on their appreciation of lacrosse and the… Continue Reading

Hockey award winner Lamoureux puts the wraps on a “storybook career”

by Jess Myers April 26, 2011 in Hockey In a perfect storybook world, Jacques Lamoureux would’ve spent sunny summer afternoons in his family’s backyard in North Dakota, watching the jets and bombers from the nearby Grand Forks Air… Continue Reading

Columbia pitcher Dan Bracey loves a challenge

by Eric Sorenson April 18, 2011 in Baseball The first thing you notice about Dan Bracey is that this is a guy who loves a good challenge. Let’s face it, the right-handed pitcher from East Greenwich, Rhode Island, chose to go to Columbia for… Continue Reading

Fredette, Moore accomplish what few others can because they were seniors

by Kirk Wessler April 06, 2011 in Men's Basketball, Women's Basketball Maya Moore led Connecticut to 150 victories and two NCAA women’s basketball championships.  Jimmer Fredette led Brigham Young to 114 victories, four NCAA bids and the school’s first Sweet 16… Continue Reading

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