NGU honors winter and spring athletes at awards ceremony
Monday, April 21, 2008
NGU honors winter and spring athletes at awards ceremony
Softball's Ashley Warlick receives Christian Attitude award from Coach Ty Porter

TIGERVILLE, SCóNorth Greenville University held an awards ceremony to honor winter and spring student-athletes Monday night. Thirty students from eight teams received awards from their coaches. Winners are listed below:


Most Christlike: Justin Walters

Servant Award: Mark Bordeaux & Nick Duffey

Offensive Award: Rand Stegall

Defensive Award: Curt Marshall

Womenís Basketball

Most Outstanding Player: Amanda Milner

Most Improved Player: Whitney Smith

Best Newcomer: Jaleesa Gladden

Coaches Award: Debbie Wyatt

Academic Achievement: Mindy Greenstone

Menís Basketball

Highest Field Goal Percentage: Andrew Nipper (57%)

Leading Rebounder: Nathan Wilson (5.7 per game)

Academic Award: Kyler Booher


Coachís Award: Tiffany Cromer

School Spirit Award: Lindsay Austin

Most Improved Cheerleader: Erica Bagwell


MVP: Brad Caldwell

Low Stroke Average: Brandon Coggins

Top Newcomer: Andrew Beck


Best Offensive: Allison Bailey

Best Defensive: Lindsey Eargle

Coaches Award: Tia LaFrieniere

Christian Attitude: Ashley Warlick

Most Improved: Shealy Broome

Womenís Tennis

Most Valuable Player: Salem Erni

Coaches Award: Lyndsay McNeely

Christian Leadership Award: Caitlyn Whitted

Menís Tennis

Most Valuable Player: Tomas Kurhajec

Coaches Award: Guiherme Vasques

Christian Leadership Award: Andy Hack