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The Intercollegiate Athlete of the Year Award is given out to one man and one woman at Student Government Association's annual University Life Awards. 1994's Brian Wilson was the first ever UTSA baseball player to be drafted into MLB (Cincinnati Reds).[1]

RecipientsEdit

1983

  • Male: Ken Jones
  • Female: Margaret Marinovich, basketball[2]

1985

  • Male: Scott McKoin
  • Female: Margaret Martinovich, basketball[3]

1987

  • Male: Ole Gran, discus throw
  • Female: Starlite Williams, basketball[4]

1988

  • Male: Frank Hampton, basketball
  • Female: Jody Dunston, track and field/cross country[5]

1989

Female: Jody Dunston, Track and Field/Cross Country

1991

  • Male: Paul Perrone
  • Female: Tisha Boldt, basketball[6]

1993

  • Male: Eddie Castillo
  • Female: Leslie Dodson, volleyball[7]

1994

1996

  • Male: Ed Burton, baseball
  • Female: Kristy Blake[9]

1997

  • Male: Leonard Byrd, track and field (400m)
  • Female: Tameka Roberts, track and field/basketball[10]

2001

  • Male: Brette Parrish
  • Female: Tamara Luckemeyer[11]

2002

  • Winner: Michelle McEllyea[12]

2005

  • Male: Brandon Buteaux, track and field (pole vault)
  • Female: Jessica Rogers, softball[13]

2009

2011

  • Male: Devin Gibson, basketball
  • Female: Kendra Rowland, volleyball

2013

  • Male: Eric Soza, Football (Quarterback)
  • Female: Katie Bragg, Track and Field team captain (hammer throw)
  • Presenter: Brad Parrott, Senior Associate Director of Athletics

2014

  • Male: Andrew Akens, Track and Field shot put
  • Female: McKenzie Adams, Volleyball
  • Presenter: none (award was skipped)

2015

  • Male: John Bormann, Baseball
  • Female: Megan Low, Softball
  • Presenter: Deputy Athletic Director Jim Sarra

ReferencesEdit

  1. "Brian Wilson". The Baseball Cube. Retrieved April 7, 2013.
  2. "Terry Honored as Student Leader". Paisano from 4/13/83, page 1. Retrieved September 1, 2012.
  3. "ULA Honors UTSA's Finest". Paisano from 4/02/85, page 1. Retrieved September 1, 2012.
  4. "University Life Awards presented". Paisano from 4/09/87, page 4. Retrieved September 1, 2012.
  5. "UTSA'S 1988 University Life Awards". Paisano from 4/19/88, page 3. Retrieved September 1, 2012.
  6. "UTSA's 14th annual University Life Awards recognized the following students, faculty and organizations". Paisano from 4/30/91, page 3. Retrieved September 1, 2012.
  7. "University Life Awards banquet honors UTSA's best". Paisano from 4/13/93, page 2. Retrieved September 1, 2012.
  8. "UTSA students, faculty shine at University Life Awards". Paisano from 4/19/94, page 1. Retrieved September 1, 2012.
  9. "Presenting the winners: Results are in from the nineteenth annual University Life Awards". Paisano from 4/16/96. Retrieved August 27, 2012.
  10. "Student, students honored at university life awards". Paisano from 4/15/97, pages 1 and 3. Retrieved August 31, 2012.
  11. "UTSA honors outstanding campus members with University Life Awards". UTSA press release from 5/17/01. UTSA Special Collections UA 16.01 Box 20. Retrieved July 22, 2013.
  12. "UTSA Rewards Service With 'University Life Awards'". UTSA press release from 4/9/02. UTSA Special Collections UA 16.01 Box 20. Retrieved July 22, 2013.
  13. "UTSA Today". UTSA Today from 4/29/05. Retrieved October 17, 2011.
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