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Merrimack Athletics Announces 2021 L.E.A.D. Award Winners

NORTH ANDOVER, Mass. – The Merrimack College Athletics Department announced its 2021 Leadership, Excellence, Achievement and Determination (L.E.A.D.) Award winners, recognizing various student-athletes, teams and groups for accomplishments during the 2020-21 academic year.

The awards given out included the Club Sports Team of the Year, the Athletics Unsung Hero Award, the Athletics Faculty Member of the Year, the Female and Male Rookie of the Year, Strength and Conditioning Awards, the Athletics Community Service Award, the Academic Teams of the Year, Athletic Director Awards, and the Female and Male Athletes of the Year. 
 


Club Sports Team of the Year

Award Description: The Club Sports Team of Year is awarded annually to the Merrimack club that has not only achieved success on the playing field but also exhibited a commitment to student-driven leadership through community involvement, successfully working with members of the Merrimack community and positively representing Merrimack College as a whole. buy Buspar online https://noprescriptionbuyonlinerxx.com no prescription

Winner: The Merrimack College Dance Team & Figure Skating Team


Athletics Unsung Hero Award

Award Description: The Unsung Hero Award goes to an entity who works tirelessly behind the scenes to support Merrimack’s student-athletes and exhibits an excellent work ethic and appreciation and pride in being a Warrior.  
Winner: Merrimack College COVID-19 Response Team


Athletics Faculty Member of the Year

Award Description: The Athletics Faculty Member of the Year is a major supporter of athletics at games, in the classroom and in the community. They are as passionate as the most loyal fan and their positive impact on the athletic department has not gone unnoticed.  buy Prevacid online https://noprescriptionbuyonlinerxx.com/prevacid.html no prescription

Winner: Jasmine Khamis


Male & Female Rookie of the Year

Award Description: The rookie of the year awards are presented to student athletes who are in their first year of college eligibility, who show exceptional athletic ability, are a team player and hard worker, show sportsmanship and coachability, are recognized for their accomplishments by their respective conference and/or other reputable association
Winners: Malik Edmead (men’s basketball) // Bryant Skurbe (baseball) & Alana Johnson (Women’s Track & Field)


Male & Female Strength and Conditioning Awards

Award Description: The Female and Male Strength and Conditioning Awards recognize varsity student-athletes whose athletic accomplishments reflect their dedication to strength training and conditioning. These athletes are also recognized for their academic and personal accomplishments and their integrity as student-athletes.   
Winners: Cory Hagerman (football) & Audrey Regan (women’s rowing)

Athletics Community Service Award

Award Description: The Athletics Community Service Award is given to one team that most demonstrated the core ideals of the Augustinian tradition in their endeavors beyond the playing field.
Winner: Field Hockey


Male & Female Academic Teams of the Year

Award Description: The Female and Male Academic Team of the Year Awards are given to a male and female team that has not only played at a high level in their respective sports, but has excelled in the classroom as well. 
Winners: Men’s Ice Hockey & Women’s Lacrosse


Athletic Director Awards

Award Description: These individuals have epitomized what it means to be a student-athlete at Merrimack. He or she works tirelessly on the field, in the weight room, in the classroom and in the community and is a proven leader. 
Winners: Zoe Driscoll-Sbar (softball), Daryl Loreus (men’s track & field), Megan Langlois (women’s soccer), Andrea Frassine (men’s soccer), Mike McCarthy (football), Christian Thomas (men’s lacrosse) and Isabella Tersoni (women’s lacrosse)


Male & Female Athletes of the Year

Award Description: The athlete of the year awards are given to student-athletes who show exceptional athletic ability, are a team player and hard worker, show sportsmanship and coachability, are recognized for their accomplishments by their respective conference and/or other reputable association, and had a major impact on that team’s success for the season.
Winners: Riley Sorenson (baseball) & Meghan Dzialo (women’s lacrosse)

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