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Athletics 5K run
A successful community service project was culminated at the Wolverine Awards earlier this week when the Utah Valley Student Athlete Advisory Committee presented a check for over $6,300 to Kids on the Move director Stuart Collyer.
The Green Fever 5k Run was held March 29. Over 400 participants either ran or walked the course while over 200 people volunteered.
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The athletic department and Wolverine Club inducted two new members to the Utah Valley Hall of Fame and handed out yearly awards last week. Standouts Randy Wilstead (baseball) and Lindsey Hodgen (softball) were honored prior to the awards ceremony.
Several awards were presented at the end of year gathering to both male and female athletes.
Robyn Fairbanks, who garnered AP All-America Honorable Mention honors, was named the Female Athlete of the Year, and Ryan Toolson, who finished the year eighth in the nation in scoring, picked up Male Athlete of the Year accolades along with Play of the Year for his performance against Southern Utah.
Benjamin Kjar was a big winner, taking home a pair of awards. Overall, the wrestling team took home four of the seven individual awards.
Volleyball coach Sam Atoa was named the Coach of the Year, and senior standout volleyball player Jessica Endres took home the Female Scholar Athlete of the Year. Danny Moody won the Male Scholar Athlete of the Year, and the male and female cross country teams were named teams of the year.