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Clemson Fall and Winter Sport Award Winners Announced

April 10, 2009

CLEMSON, SC–A total of 35 Clemson student-athletes, managers, trainers and cheerleaders for the fall and winter sports will be recognized for most valuable, and most improved awards in their respective sports and activities at the annual Clemson Orange and White Spring Football game at Clemson Saturday.

Michael Hamlin was named the recipient of the Morrow Defensive Most Valuable Football Player and Chris Chancellor and Chris Clemons was the winner of the most valuable defensive players in the South Carolina game. C.J. Spiller was named the Offensive Most Valuable Football Player and the starting offensive line was the recipient of the Most Valuable Offensive Football Players in the South Carolina Game.

The men’s basketball awards along with the men¹s soccer awards will be announced at their annual banquets next week.

In women’s basketball, Le Le Hardy was named the Most Valuable Player and Jasmine Tate was the recipient of the Most Improved trophy.

Football Morrow Defensive Most Valuable Football Player Award Michael Hamlin

Football IFC Defensive Football Player of the South Carolina Game Award Chris Chancellor & Chris Clemons

Football Joe Francis Football Leadership Award Jock McKissic

Football Bank of America – Hamilton Offensive Most Valuable Football Player Award C.J. Spiller

Football Renwick-Flanders Most Improved Football Player AwardJacoby Ford

Football Edisto Clemson Club Offensive Football Player of the South Carolina Game Award THE STARTING OFFENSIVE LINE ­- Thomas Austin, Mason Cloy, Chad Diehl,CHRIS HAIRSTON, Bobby Hutchinson, MICHAEL PALMER AND Landon Walker

Trainers McGee-Sutton Most Valuable Student Athletic Trainer Award JUSTIN WINGARD

Trainers Jud Hair Student Athletic Trainer Award FRANKIE BENNETT

W. Basketball Dr. R. C. Edwards Most Valuable Women’s Basketball Player Award LE LE HARDY

W. Basketball Wachovia Bank Most Improved Women’s Basketball Player Award Jasmine Tate

Managers Thomas W. Burton, Jr. Manager of the Year Award WILL SARTIN

Managers The recipient of the Gough Family Equipment Manager Academic Achievement Award DREW BRADSHAW

W. Soccer Goodman Family Most Valuable Women’s Soccer Player Award Molly Johnson

W. Soccer Campbell and Friar Family Most Improved Women’s Soccer Player Award Paula Pritzen

Men’s Swimming & Diving Dr. P.S. McCollum Most Valuable Men’s Swimming & Diving Athlete AwardChris Dart

Men’s Swimming & Diving McHugh Most Improved Men’s Swimming & Diving Athlete Award KYLE SHOEMAKER

Women’s Swimming & Diving Coleman Most Valuable Women’s Swimming & Diving Athlete Award Michelle Parkhurst

Women’s Swimming & Diving Dwight Most Improved Women’s Swimming & Diving Athlete Award Kelli Kyle

Volleyball Dr. Bernard Caffrey Most Valuable Volleyball Player Award Danielle Hepburn

Volleybal Lucia White Memorial Volleyball Rookie of the Year Award Brittany Fennell

M. X-Country Ellison Most Valuable Men’s Cross Country Athlete Award Will Noble

M. X-Country Barrett-Clary Most Improved Men’s Cross Country Athlete Award Jonathan Sunde

Men’s Indoor Track & Field Turner Most Valuable Men’s Indoor Track & Field Athlete AwardJacoby Ford

Men’s Indoor Track & Field Clemson Most Improved Men’s Indoor Track & Field Athlete Award Travis Swaggard

W. X-Country Major General William S. Coleman Most Valuable Women’s Cross Country Athlete AwardJenna Baker

W. X-Country Clemson Most Improved Women’s Cross Country Athlete AwardJoanie Castagno

Women’s Indoor Track & Field Kellers Most Valuable Women’s Indoor Track & Field Athlete AwardLiane Weber

Women’s Indoor Track & Field Clemson Most Improved Women’s Indoor Track & Field Athlete AwardApril Sinkler

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