READING, Pa. – The Albright Athletic Department held its first ever virtual awards show on May 26. The show was aired live on the Albright Lions YouTube page.
Click here to watch the entire show.
The program followed a similar format to previous in-person Albright athletic department award shows. Along with honoring the top student-athletes, special awards were handed out to the best and the brightest for the 2019-20 academic and athletic year.
Kelly Baumann, who took over the Albright women’s lacrosse all-time scoring record in 2020, earned the Abram Karlip Outstanding Senior Female Award, and former MAC Champion men’s swimmer Teag Culver earned the award on the men’s side.
Here are the rest of the special award winners:
Outstanding Freshman Female Athlete Award – Abigail Hai, Women;s Lacrosse
Outstanding Freshman Male Athlete Award – Jordan Guerrero, Men’s Basketball
Neal Harris Academic Excellence Award – Mara Trifoi, Women’s Tennis; Nick Hand, Men’s Golf
SAAC Sportsmanship Award – Jill Lapidus, Women’s Soccer; DeLascio Dancy, Men’s Basketball
Red and White Award – Camille Sears, Softball; Ya’Meer Lowery
NCAA Woman of the Year Award – Brooke Yerger, Softball/Field Hockey
Memorial Prize of the Class of 1926 – Bree Bowles, Women’s Soccer; Billy Mullen, Men’s Soccer
Eugene Shirk Award – Chelsea Forrest, Women’s Track & Field; Adam Thron, Men’s Swimming
Derek Kehoe Memorial Award – Hunter Page, Men’s Swimming
Abram Karlip Outstanding Senior Female – Kelly Baumann, Women’s Lacrosse
Abram Karlip Outstanding Senior Male – Teag Culver, Men’s Swimming
Team MVP’s announced tonight:
Cross Country: Women’s – Rachael Daniels; Men’s – Conner Miller
Field Hockey: Bailey Lehman
Football: Outstanding offensive lineman – Ethan Jones; Outstanding offensive back – Kevin Zehner; Outstanding defensive lineman – Nate Steffen; Outstanding defensive back – Trevan Harris-Dorman
Women’s Soccer: Autumn Bieber
Men’s Soccer: Billy Mullen
Women’s Volleyball: Grace Serafin
Men’s Basketball: Samuel Majekodunmi
Women’s Basketball: Dejah Terrell
Swimming : Women’s – Maggie Jones; Men’s – Bryce Schaffer
Indoor Track & Field: Women’s – Jaelynn Walker; Men’s – Jade Harris
Esports: Hearthstone – Gerard Ford; Overwatch – Markus Hamilton
Golf: Women’s – Maddison Wagner; Men’s – Nick Hand
Cheerleading: Lauren Huber