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June 3, 2005

2004-2005 All-Maroons Readers' Choice results

YOU VOTED, WE LISTENED...

More than 200 ballots were submitted, and only nine contenders survived. Some of the players and teams surprised this year with breakout seasons, while others kept their winning and record-breaking ways alive. We hope you enjoyed the year in Maroons athletics as much as we did.

Individual MVP

• Northe Saunders, Men's Swimming: 30.2%

• Jessica Winter, Men's Cross Country/Track: 20.6

• Sean Barnes, Wrestling: 14.3

• Ward Bortz, Men's Tennis: 14.3

• Aparna Hirve, Women's Track and Field: 14.3

• Jerome Tharaud, Men's Cross Country/Track: 6.3

Offensive MVP

• Susie Gutowski, Women's Basketball: 28.7%

• Jacqui De Leon, Women's Soccer: 21.3

• Renee Neuner, Women's Soccer: 20.4

• Micah Dawson, Football: 18.5

• Kayti Fuhr, Softball: 7.4

• Ben Preyss, Men's Soccer: 3.7

Defensive MVP

• Hannah Roberts, Softball: 25.4%

• Keith Crum, Men's Soccer: 23.7

• Elise Aiken, Women's Soccer: 16.9

• Dan Yeksigian, Baseball: 13.6

• Tracie Kenyon, Volleyball: 11.9

• Matt Armbruster, Football: 5.1

• Mike Dolezal, Men's Basketball: 3.4

Rookie of the Year

• Nofi Mojidi, Women's Basketball/Track: 32.2%

• The Men's Swimming First-Years: 25.4

• Gabriel Fernandez, Football: 16.9

• Christine Farmer, Women's Soccer: 11.9

• Myra Collins, Women's Track and Field: 8.5

• Dominique Marshall, Softball: 5.1

Best Team

• Women's Soccer: 28.7%

• Men's Cross Country: 24.6

• Men's Tennis: 18.9

• Men's Swimming: 16.4

• Women's Basketball: 11.5

Best Coach

• Chris Hall, Cross Country: 31.1%

• Marty Perry, Tennis: 26.2

• Amy Reifert, Women's Soccer: 16.4

• George Villarreal, Men's Swimming: 14.8

• Aaron Roussell, Women's Basketball: 11.5

Best Play

• Korry Schwanz, Women's Basketball, jumper to send Wash U game to OT in 70-67 win: 38.5%

• Jacqui De Leon, Women's Soccer, header of Monica Michelotti's cross with authority in return from broken arm: 21.2

• Steve Ruh, Baseball, bare-handed field and throw on slow roller saves Dan Yeksigian no-hitter: 21.2

• Keith Crum, Men's Soccer, last-second diving kick save preserves 2-1 win over Concordia: 14.5

• Ai Nguyen, Wrestling, sudden reversal and pin at UAAs stuns gym: 9.0

• TOP WRITE-IN: Micah Dawson, Football, two TDs on two plays to draw Elmhurst game within a score

Best Story

• Men's Swimming: 38.5%

• Women's Basketball: 21.2

• Men's Tennis: 21.2

• Baseball: 15.4

• TOP WRITE-IN: Men's Cross Country

Best Foundation for 2005-2006

• Women's Soccer: 33.5%

• Men's Swimming: 20.5

• Men's Tennis: 14.9

• Women's Basketball: 13.0

• Women's Tennis: 11.2

• Softball: 5.6

• TOP WRITE-IN: Women's Track