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Princeton chose Edwards for a reason

by Debbie Antonelli November 28, 2011 in Women's Basketball Lauren Edwards is a basketball player at Princeton and a candidate for the 2012 Lowe’s Senior Class Award. If you are on this list of 30 finalists, you project the 4 Cs that are by definition, the… Continue Reading

The Left Coast’s top players - Danielson and Hill completing well rounded college experience

by Cindy Luis October 31, 2011 in Volleyball Great players. Even better people. Hawaii’s Kanani Danielson and Pepperdine’s Kim Hill have much in common beyond success on the volleyball court. The two senior All-Americans bring new meaning to… Continue Reading

Men’s soccer standout Agaba prepares to repay the villagers who helped him stay in school

by Eric Anderson October 17, 2011 in Men's Soccer As an elite student and standout soccer player in Kampala, Uganda, Perez Agaba was poised to make a choice as his time at King’s College Budo Secondary School came to an end. “You’ve got to choose… Continue Reading

Interns, leaders, academic standouts - Football candidates are prepared for graduation

by Laurie Bollig October 12, 2011 in Football Candidates for the Lowe’s Senior CLASS Award in football have made names for themselves not only on the gridiron but also in the classroom and the community. Here are just a few of the ways they are… Continue Reading

Mission trips open the eyes of Senior CLASS Award candidates

by Taylor T. Bern September 26, 2011 in Volleyball When Sarah Havel first traveled to Honduras in 2010, she had a simple goal. “I went in expecting to bring a smile to people’s faces,” said Havel, a senior middle blocker at College of… Continue Reading

Student-athlete advisory committees are a great way for Senior CLASS Award candidates to be involved

by Laurie Bollig September 12, 2011 in Women's Soccer Being involved on campus when you are a student-athlete can be a bit tricky. With precious little free time after classes, practices, travel and games, today’s college athletes have to be choosy… Continue Reading

Candidate classes include top notch student-athletes

by Laurie Bollig August 30, 2011 in Men's Soccer As the Lowe’s Senior CLASS Award begins its 11th year, 120 NCAA Division I student-athletes have been announced as candidates for the award in four sports. The credentials of the candidates include… Continue Reading

Back to school! The new academic year means a whole new look at what’s right about college sports

by Laurie Bollig August 17, 2011 in Women's Soccer Freshmen are arriving on campuses across the country over the next few weeks, ready to begin a new chapter in their young lives. And seniors are moving back into familiar dorm rooms or apartments and… Continue Reading

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

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