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Congratulations to our Spring 2013 Winners
All winners receive coupons for a free chicken sandwich and chicken minis from Chick-Fil-A.
Chase Utley (ATO, Soccer): When you have a goalie like Chase Utley, you know you always have a chance to win. ATO knew if they could get one goal, they had a chance to win, and that's exactly what they did. Chase's shutout of a strong FIJI team made him our Athlete of the Week.
Rachael Rhodes (Swag Attack, Basketball): Swag Attack is in the semi-finals of the Women's basketball tournament and Rachael Rhodes is one of the big reasons why. Whenever her team needed a big play, Rachael provided it.
February 24-March 2
Aaron Remmers (KA Magic, Basketball): Every team with hopes of wearing the Intramural Champion shirt needs a solid leader. Remmers led his team to a 4-0 regular season and is a big reason why they have realistic dreams of winning the Fraternity Division.
Stepahnie Lindsey (WKU Soccer, Basketball): Chemistry is not an issue for this bunch, who play together on the soccer field in the fall and join us inside for Intramural Basketball in the spring. Stephanie makes sure her team brings their A-game every time out and is why they had a 4-0 regular season and are a team to watch for in the Women's playoffs.
Emily Purpus (Chi O, Basketball): 25 points, 7 rebounds, 10 rebounds. We probably don't need to say more, but we will anyway. Emily knocked down key free throws, going a perfect 5-for-5 from the charity stripe. Her performance makes us wish picking an Athlete of the Week was always this easy.
Ryan Lewis (Hypebeast, Basketball):
Putting up 18 points in an intramural game is no small feat, with a 16 minute running clock, it takes not only offensive skill, but a sheer willingness to play the long minutes needed to help lead your team to victory. Sprinkle in some assists and rebounds, and you've got quite the recipe for an Athlete of the Week.
Tessa Lanham (EX/AOII, Basketball):
Tessa Lanham doesn't let the game come to her, she takes the game straight out of her opponents hands. With tenacious defense, a willingness to work in the post for rebounds, and a hot shooting hand, she earned our Athlete of the Week.
No Intramural contests this week, thanks to all the teams who participated in our basketball scrimmages!
January 27-February 2
Jeff Anderson (SAE Star, Doubles Badminton):
To say that Jeff Anderson is a master of the overhand smash would be an understatement. Dominating at the net and rising to the occasion for key points throughout the tournament, but particularly in a very competitive final match.
Sarah Neal (Chi-O Neal, Doubles Badminton):
Sarah Neal proved that the best defense is a good offense. Keeping her opponents on their toes with an impressive array of shots made it difficult for opponents to mount any kind of attack against her and her partner, and when you can't score, you can't win.
Seth Robertson (KA, Putt Putt):
Seth led a KA sweep of the Top 3 spots in our first intramural event of the spring. Putting like he had ice water in his veins, Seth shot a -17 for the round to take home the Men's Putt Putt crown, also earning him our first Athlete of the Week.
Lendee Sanchez (KD, Putt Putt):
KD put up another strong showing in Putt Putt, led by Lendee Sanchez's +9. Lendee showed a great ability to recover from behind obstacles, go over hills and end up in the cup. That's why she's our first Spring 2013 Athlete of the Week.
Congratulations to our Fall 2012 Winners!
All winners receive coupons for a free chicken sandwich and chicken minis from Chick-Fil-A.
Tyler Gibbs (SAE White, 3-on-3 Basketball):
SAE White brought home the first ever 3-on-3 Men's Basketball Championship, with thanks
in large part to Tyler Gibbs performance throughout the tournament. Not many players
have the skill set to put up double figures in points, rebounds and assists night
in and night out, but Gibbs combines skill and tenacity to do what others can't.
Stephanie Lindsey (WKU Soccer, 3-on-3 Basketball):
WKU Soccer had a great season on the Soccer field and followed it up with the first ever 3-on-3 Women's Basketball Championship. Stephanie Lindsey showed that she has skills with more than ust her feet, using her hands to dish out multiple assists and beat her defenders off the dribble for easy layups en route to the championships.
November 25 - December 1
Othello Bell (Chill Bruh, 3-on-3 Basketball)
With three victories in the opening rounds of the 3-on-3 tournament, Othello Bell
did his best Kevin Durant impression. Slashing the lane with ease, burying contested
jumpers, and handing out assists like candy, Bell leads one of the favorites to win
the 3-on-3 basketball tournament.
Chandler Clark (Freshmen Kabob, 3-on-3 Basketball):
Brady Thomas (Turkey Trot 5K):
Tyler Bruce (SAE Gold, Flag Football):
October 28 - November 3
Tyler C. Moore (#TEAM_ICY, Flag Football):
Any time a game is decided by one point there is pressure. Throw that in a first round playoff game and the pressure is multiplied. Tyler C. Moore is a player who does not shy away from the spotlight and does not crumble under pressure. Whether it was screen blocking, catching passes or calling out defenses, Tyler did the little things that every team needs to do to win a tight game.
Catherine Montano (Kappa Delta Green, Flag Football):
Game planning is an important part of any playoff push, but having a player like Catherine Montano makes game planning a lot easier. Catherine used her blinding speed and covered some serious ground in defense, breaking up passes that looked like sure completions. On offensive she was nearly impossible to cover, forcing the defense to focus on whichever side of the field she lined up. Even with the defense looking her way, she still recorded several catches and lengthy runs after catch, making her an obvious choice for Athlete of the Week.
Tate Downing (EX/Chi O Deep Threat, Flag Football):
EX/Chi O Deep Threat narrowly defeated a very determined Newman Center 25-17 on Monday night. Tate Downing has had a very solid season thus far, but his veteran leadership really showed every time EX/Chio Deep Threat needed a big play. Tate was in the zone, pulling flag belt after flag belt stopping Newman Center on several key drives and keeping them out of the the endzone just enough to earn his team the victory.
Molly Gibson (KA-KD, Flag Football):
KA-KD finished the regular season 4-0, and sent a message in their last regular season game by hanging 53 points on the scoreboard. That would not have been possible without Molly, used her agility to evade flag pulls all night. There's no doubt that the fatigue and frustration from chasing Molly Gibson around the field all night contributed to the lack of offense that KA-KD's opponent was able to muster and that's why she's our Athlete of the Week.
Colby Osborne (FIJI/Phi Mu Purple, Flag Football):
With a potential playoff spot on the line Colby Osborne put the team on his back, anchoring a defense which only allowed six points. With multiple flag pulls and pass breakups, opposing offenses need to know where he is on the field at all times. Throw in a solid offensive performance with several receptions and Colby Osborne has an all-around game worthy of our Athlete of the Week.
Javier Hawkins (Hy Lyfe, Flag Football):
Javier Hawkins is an impact player, one who has the potential of breaking off a huge play every time he touches the ball. In Hy Lyfe's 43-14 victory this week, Javier broke off several big plays leading to multiple Hy Lyfe touchdown. But it was his catch and long run down the sideline for a touchdown that will leave future opponents shaking in their spikes.
Vincent Jones (Pineapple Express, Flag Football):
Vincent Jones thrives under pressure, and that was no more evident than in Pineapple Express' 21-14 Victory over Gryffindor this week. In pressure situations Jones kept his cool and evaded tacklers to find open recievers and scrambled for several key gains as Pineapple Express marched to the game winning score. Led by Jones, Pineapple Express made the plays they needed to remain undefeated at 3-0.
Kristian Shumate (AXiD Blue, Flag Football):
Kristian Shumate was the heart and soul of an AXiD Blue defense which pitched a shutdown. Kristian settles for nothing less than perfection, and rallied her defense to do the same. Opposing quarterbacks should not even think about throwing her way, especially on third down, when Kristian seems to find a new level to her already stellar game.
September 30 - October 6
Josh Crews (SAE, Flag Football):
There were a lot of players we could have chosen off of SAE's flag football team this week, but we went with Josh Crews for his incredible motor. Not many would be able to keep their focus in such a one sided game but Crews put on a solid performance from the first whistle to the final play. It's that commitment to playing the game the way it's meant to be played that earned Josh Crews our Athlete of the Week.
Kesi Neblett (Elite, Volleyball):
Elite is a perfect word to describe Kesi Neblett's performance this week. She led her team to a 2-0 victory in the first round of the Women's volleyball playoffs with an inspiring all-around performance. Blocking, digging, spiking and setting, Kesi has it all in her repertoire and made sure all in attendance knew it. The other remaining playoff teams know that they are going to have to put in extra time in the film room to stop Kesi Neblett
Jared Jones (Blitzing Beavers, Flag Football):
When you look up shut-down corner in the dictionary, you'll find Jared Jones' picture right next to it. His performance this week included three interceptions one which was returned for a touchdown. Not satisfied with picking off passes, Jared showed his versatility by throwing and catching passes on the offensive side of the ball as well. Jared's performance earned his team a 33-24 victory and earned him our Athlete of The Week.
Hannah Blair (SAE/AOII, Flag Football):
Hannah Blair is a major factor behind her team's 2-0 start in the Co-Rec division. Hannah put on a complete performance this week, scoring a touchdown on offense and showing off her nose for the ball with a clutch interception as well as key pass breakups. Her performance became the spark that the team needed early on the way to a 24-0 victory.
Raymond Shears (EX/ADII Paydirt, Flag Football):
Every great Athlete of the Week campaign needs a signature play. Shears sealed this week's award with a 60-yard interception return for a touchdown on top of what was already a stellar game, helping EX/ADII Paydirt's defense pitch a shutout in their first game of the season and establishing them as a force to be reckoned with during the coming season.
Ashlee Gregory (Fiji/Phi Mu, Purple):
To say that FIJI/Phi MU Purple made a statement in their first game of the season is an understatement. Their 44-10 victory sent shockwaves through the Co-Rec division, as Ashlee torched the opposing defense for numerous receptions, including a 66 yard TD reception which put the game out of reach.
Jed Mounce (Mimosa Minutemen, Volleyball):
To say Jed Mounce was all over the court would be an understatement. Whether it was key blocks at the net, setting up his teammates or vicious spikes; Jed gave more than 110% for the Mimosa Minutemen.
Lexi Dodson (Kappa Delta Gold, Volleyball):
Lexi Dodson captained the Kappa Delta Gold team to two wins in volleyball this week, but she wasn't just the emotional leader. Dodson clinched multiple sets with powerful spikes that left her opponents flat footed. When KD needed a key point, Dodson's teammates knew she would respond, and that's why she's our Athlete of the Week.
Da'Ton Brown (CHIO/PIKE, Co-Rec Softball):
Da'Ton is a major reason for CHIO/PIKE's first place finish in the Co-Rec softball tournament. Going 3-3 at the plate and driving in multiple runs would be enough to earn him Chick-Fil-A Athlete of the week but being a double shy of hitting for the cycle in the championship game made him a shoe-in for our first male Athlete of the Week.
Alecia Natale (CHIO/PIKE, Co-Rec Softball):
We might have said Da'Ton Brown put CHIO/PIKE on his back if it weren't for Alecia. With runners in scoring position she was nearly unstoppable at the plate but that wasn't enough, as she made multiple key defensive plays at 2nd base to lock up Athlete of the Week.