2014 SAA Man & Woman of the Year Nominees Announced

ATLANTA, Ga. - The Southern Athletic Association, in partnership with the Summit Management Corporation, announces the 2014 Man and Woman of the Year nominees.

In a joint effort to honor the Southern Athletic Association’s most elite student-athletes, Summit Management Corporation and the SAA partnered last fall to create the annual SAA Man and Woman of the Year Awards. The awards, selected by a committee comprised of Summit Management and SAA representatives, are given to the male and female nominees who best exemplify traits of leadership, character, athletic and academic success.

The SAA Man and Woman of the Year awards are the highest honors the league bestows, and a luncheon will be held Saturday, June 7 at the downtown Springhill Inn & Suites in Memphis to celebrate the recipients and their families.

The criteria for nominees included that they must be a senior with no eligibility remaining, they must have been named either First of Second Team All-SAA in the sport in which in the participated during their athletic careers, and they must have qualified for the SAA Academic Honor Roll during their tenure as a student-athlete. Additionally, SAA Man and Woman of the Year candidates are expected to be involved in their local community in some meaningful way.

Here is a glance at the outstanding student-athlete nominations for the 2014 SAA Man and Woman of the Year presented by Summit Management Corporation.

2014 Women's Nominees                                                                    2014 Men's Nominees

 
Stephanie Quinn
Berry College


Elizabeth Bromirski
Birmingham-Southern


Chelsea Klein
Centre College

Elizabeth Krug
Hendrix College

Caroline Thompson
Millsaps College

Chelsea Gatterdam
Oglethorpe University

Lauren Avant
Rhodes College

Astrid Escobar
Sewanee

 


Josh Hughes
Berry College

Miles Nordgren
Birmingham-Southern

John Kieffer
Centre College

Collin Radack
Hendrix College

Stephen Gates
Millsaps College

Nick Williamson
Oglethorpe University

Michael Osloshuga
Rhodes College

Michael Morris
Sewanee