UMaine-Farmington Annual Athletic Awards

 

Beaver Pride Award

The Beaver Pride Award is given annually to a male and female student-athlete who embodies sportsmanship, school spirit, the drive for excellence, and most importantly Beaver pride. These athletes are role models for the UMF community and make good choices. This award is voted on by student-athletes, and is presented at the Beaver Social.

The President's Cup

The President's Cup is given annually to the top performing varsity team based on having the highest grade point average for the fall semester of the academic calendar. Spring sports will use their rosters from the spring semester, but grades from the fall will be used. This award is presented at the Beaver Social.

Senior Scholar-Athlete Award

The Senior Scholar-Athlete Award is given annually to the male and female senior student-athletes with the highest cumulative grade point average after the fall semester of the academic calendar. This award is presented at the Beaver Social.

Senior Athlete of the Year

The Senior Athlete of the Year Award is given annually to the top male and female senior athlete, based on performance over their entire career at UMaine-Farmington. This award should recognize an athlete's achievements over the duration of their UMF athletic career, using criteria such as, but not limited to, career statistical data, team awards, national and conference weekly honors, national and conference post-season achievements (both individual and as a contributor to a team's success), and national and conference post-season honors (All-America, all-region, all-conference, etc.). The recipient must be in good standing with their team and the department throughout the academic year. This award is presented at the Beaver Social.

 

  Beaver Pride Award President's Cup Senior
Scholar-Athlete
Award 
Senior
Athlete of the Year Award 
2006 Kristi Cochin (Field hockey/Softball)
Pete McLaughlin (Baseball)
     
2007 Holly Tripp (Softball)
Brody Artes (Baseball)
     
2008 Brian London (Men's Soccer)
Nicole Lyons (Field Hockey)
     
2009 Amanda Byrne (Women's Soccer/WBB)
David Kerschner (MBB)
     
2010 Emily Farley (Women's XC)
Josh Tanguay (MBB)
     
2011 McKell Barnes (Women's Soccer/Softball)
DJ Gerrish (MBB)
     
2012 Emma Morrison (WBB/women's lacrosse)
Dan Kane (MBB) 
Women's Soccer Emma Morrison (WBB/women's lacrosse)
Dan Kane (MBB) 
Katie Keough (Snowboard)
Sean Raph (Men's soccer) 
2013 Emma Daniel (Field hockey/women's lacrosse)
Zach Keene (MBB/Baseball) 
Women's Cross Country Salena Sykes (Women's XC)
Casey Ashey (Baseball) 
Salena Sykes (Women's XC)
Orion Cochrane (Golf) 
2014 Beth Lebel (women's soccer/women's lacrosse)
Sam Leal (MBB/Men's XC) 
Women's Cross Country Kayla Tuttle (Women's soccer)
Ben Johnson (MBB) 
Kayla Tuttle (Women's soccer)
Ben Johnson (MBB) 
2015

Elizabeth Ferry (WBB)

Chris Roberts (Men's Soccer)

Women's Cross Country

Chelsea Morley (FH/WLAX)

Tom Bearor (Golf)

 Chelsea Morley (FH/WLAX)

Joe Sullivan (Baseball)

2016

Elizabeth Ferry (WBB)

Sean Cabaniss (Baseball)

Field Hockey

Elizabeth Ferry (WBB)

Chris Roberts (Men's Soccer)

Meghan Smith (WBB)

Sean Cabaniss (Baseball)

2017

Alaina Shorey (WLAX)

Spencer Lloyd-Rees (Men's Track&Field) 

Women's Track&Field

Patty Smith (Field Hockey)

Derek Guerrette (Golf)

Patty Smith (FH)

Jordan Croteau (Baseball)