Haar, Donovan receive top awards at Charleston Southern athletic banquetApril 26, 2005
By CSU Sports Information
|Baseball senior Jordan Haar|
CHARLESTON, S.C. Ė Charleston Southern held its annual athletic awards banquet on Monday night with baseball player Jordan Haar and womenís golfer Erica Donovan taking home the top honors as the schoolís Senior Male and Female Athletes of the Year.
Haar is wrapping up a record-setting career as CSUís all-time leader in hits, homeruns and runs batted in, while Donovan was the top performer on the 2005 womenís golf team, earning all-conference honors with a seventh-place overall finish.
Womenís senior tennis player Kim Kennedy received the R.L. Wynn Christian Leadership Award and senior baseball player Billy Dalton received the Mike Frost Award for Christian Leadership.
Following is the list of award winners, by sport, as presented by their respective coaching staffs on Monday night.
Womenís basketball: Lakeshia Bryant (MVP), Amanda Ekberg (Sportsmanship); Womenís soccer: Miki Wilson (MVP), Ann Basom (Sportsmanship);
Football: Collin Drafts (MVP), Harry Seabrook (Sportsmanship);
Volleyball: Tori Owens (MVP), Erin Wicker (Sportsmanship);
Womenís Indoor track: Lacoya Jones (MVP), Octavia Best (Sportsmanship);
Womenís Cross Country: Cheryl Ewing Jones (MVP), Heather Koziel (Sportsmanship); Menís Cross Country: Jose Aleman (MVP), Jonathan Horton (Sportsmanship);
Menís Indoor track: A.J. Scott (MVP), Nathan Breland (Sportsmanship);
Menís Outdoor track: Nathan Breland (MVP), Joshua Williams (Sportsmanship); Menís basketball: Kurtis Rice (MVP), Mario Williams (Sportsmanship);
Softball: Jill Shondel (MVP), Jacqui Mines (Sportsmanship);
Womenís Golf: Erica Donovan (MVP), Sara McFadden (Sportsmanship);
Menís Golf: Shawn Hall (MVP), Paul Gagliardi (Sportsmanship);
Athletic training: Elizabeth Uczekaj and Matthew Steele (Student Trainers of the Year);