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WELCOME: 

WELCOME HESA RECOGNITION AND AWARDS BANQUET

OUTSTANDING STUDENT – ATHLETIC TRAINING sophomore ELIZABETH MATTSON: 

OUTSTANDING STUDENT – ATHLETIC TRAINING sophomore ELIZABETH MATTSON

OUTSTANDING STUDENT – ATHLETIC TRAINING JUNIOR LEE MEYER: 

OUTSTANDING STUDENT – ATHLETIC TRAINING JUNIOR LEE MEYER

OUTSTANDING STUDENT – ATHLETIC TRAINING SENIOR BROOKE ROTH: 

OUTSTANDING STUDENT – ATHLETIC TRAINING SENIOR BROOKE ROTH

OUTSTANDING STUDENT – PHYSICAL EDUCATION - SOPHOMORE JENNA DAGGIT: 

OUTSTANDING STUDENT – PHYSICAL EDUCATION - SOPHOMORE JENNA DAGGIT

OUTSTANDING STUDENT – PHYSICAL EDUCATION JUNIOR SIDNEY MILLER: 

OUTSTANDING STUDENT – PHYSICAL EDUCATION JUNIOR SIDNEY MILLER

OUTSTANDING STUDENT – PHYSICAL EDUCATION SENIOR BETHANY RICHTER: 

OUTSTANDING STUDENT – PHYSICAL EDUCATION SENIOR BETHANY RICHTER

OUTSTANDING STUDENT – adventure education ed wynimko: 

OUTSTANDING STUDENT – adventure education ed wynimko

OUTSTANDING STUDENT – coaching Jessica russell: 

OUTSTANDING STUDENT – coaching Jessica russell

OUTSTANDING STUDENT – health jason fortuna: 

OUTSTANDING STUDENT – health jason fortuna

OUTSTANDING STUDENT athlete team sports male jordan zimmermann: 

OUTSTANDING STUDENT athlete team sports male jordan zimmermann

OUTSTANDING STUDENT athlete team sports female amy statz: 

OUTSTANDING STUDENT athlete team sports female amy statz

OUTSTANDING STUDENT athlete individual sports male kyle steiner: 

OUTSTANDING STUDENT athlete individual sports male kyle steiner

OUTSTANDING STUDENT athlete individual sports female bethany richter: 

OUTSTANDING STUDENT athlete individual sports female bethany richter

KIM COUNSELL MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP: 

KIM COUNSELL MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP JILL RESOP The family and friends of Kim Counsell created this award in 1978. She was a graduate of UWSP with a major in elementary education and was 28 years old at the time of her tragic death. This award recognizes exceptional potential of a student in the Physical Education Major to work with elementary school children and honors the memory of the late Kim Counsell.

DR. MARJORIE j. SPRING ADAPTED PHYSICAL EDUCATION SCHOLARSHIP: 

DR. MARJORIE j. SPRING ADAPTED PHYSICAL EDUCATION SCHOLARSHIP Dr. Marjorie J. Spring’s contributions to UWSP during her 18 year tenure as an educator in elementary physical education and as a coach in women’s field hockey and women’s track and field are still being felt today. During her tenure at UWSP, Dr. Spring created opportunities for women to compete in athletics that paved the way for women athletes today. Her foresight in providing hands-on teaching opportunities for students studying to be teachers created the motor development and adaptive PE programs at UWSP. Additionally, Dr. Spring has the unique distinction of being the first woman inducted into the UWSP Athletic Hall of Fame. The Dr. Marjorie J. Spring Adapted Physical Education Scholarship is awarded to a Physical Education Major interested in working with elementary students in PE or adapted PE. The student must possess a strong academic performance and must be recommended for this scholarship by a faculty member in HESA. JILL RESOP

E.N. Brodhagen memorial scholarship: 

E.N. Brodhagen memorial scholarship The family and friends of E. N. Brodhagen created this award in 1983 as a tribute to the man himself and all that he did in support of the school. Gene Brodhagen came to UWSP in 1956 and helped establish the first major in Men’s and Women’s Physical Education in the Wisconsin state college system. He spearheaded the establishment of the Health Minor and the intercollegiate sports programs in swimming, gymnastics and ice hockey. He served as Associate Dean of the school for 16 years, and taught First Aid, WSI and CPR to countless students. Overall he devoted 44 years to teaching and coaching. This award is given to a Physical Education Major that shows exceptional interest and skill in the areas of First Aid, Water Safety, and Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation. JILL RESOP

Luida Sanders health education scholarship: 

Luida Sanders health education scholarship Luida E. Sanders graduated from “Central State Teachers’ College” in 1939, taught in small rural schools, and received Bachelor’s and Master’s Degrees from UW-Madison. She worked at the State Board of Health and received her Master’s in Public Health from the University of California-Berkeley. Luida worked for the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction as a strong advocate for professionalization of school nurses and for a robust Health Education curriculum in school settings. This scholarship is awarded to a student pursuing the Health Education Minor at UW-Stevens Point, exhibiting a strong commitment to improving Health Education in schools. Holly brilla

Dr. judith ann herrold athletic training professional scholarship: 

Dr. judith ann herrold athletic training professional scholarship This chartered endowed scholarship was created by Dr. Judith Herrold to recognize and honor a student possessing the academic and personal knowledge to become an Athletic Training professional. Dr. Herrold dedicated 34 years of service to UWSP in the areas of teaching, advising, faculty governance and student advocacy. This scholarship is awarded to a student who has been officially accepted into the UWSP Athletic Training Major and has completed, or be currently enrolled in, a minimum of 2-3 semesters in the UWSP Athletic Training major Amy statz

James beier memorial scholarship: 

James beier memorial scholarship The family and friends of James Beier established this award in 1976. James’ love of sports led him to football. He was a freshman member of the UWSP varsity football team when he was killed in an automobile accident in 1975. This award is given to a student who has successfully completed at least one year on the UWSP campus, is in good academic standing, of good character and promise, and active in co-curricular activities. Amy statz

John & jeanne knott memorial scholarship: 

John & jeanne knott memorial scholarship The family and friends of John and Jeanne Knott created this award in 1980. Both John and Jeanne were tragically killed in an airplane crash in 1979. Jeanne was one of the first graduates in Physical Education at UWSP, and taught Physical Education at Jackson Elementary School in Stevens Point. John worked with CESA 7. This scholarship recognizes the achievements of a student who has completed at least 2 ½ years of work toward a major in Special Education/Elementary Physical Education. Kregg mueller

Bill gelwicks memorial scholarship: 

Bill gelwicks memorial scholarship The Bill Gelwicks Memorial Scholarship is dedicated to the memory of a 1966 graduate of UWSP. This scholarship was chartered by Red Blair, retired Swimming and Diving coach at UWSP and Gelwicks’ team mate Tim Siebert. Gelwicks died of kidney failure in 1970, just as he was beginning his career as a teacher and swimming coach in his hometown of Freeport, Illinois. “I didn’t swim with Bill, I swam against him,” said Art Luetke, a UW-Platteville alumnus. “He was one of the best and a great guy too.” While on the UWSP swim team, Gelwicks set many team, pool and conference records in freestyle, butterfly and individual medley events. He was twice named Outstanding Swimmer in the NAIA District 14. The old UWSP swimming pool was named The Bill Gelwicks Memorial Pool, but was retired after a new aquatics center was added as part of the Health Enhancement Center in 1990. This scholarship is awarded to a Student Assistant Swim coach that has made a significant contribution to the program, shown a hard-working attitude and a commitment to excellence. Patricia nye

Duaine counsell scholarship: 

Duaine counsell scholarship The family of Duaine Counsell created this award in 1991. Duaine, a UWSP alumnus, was a faculty member for 31 years, returning to Stevens Point in 1957 as a head football coach and teaching courses in Physical Education, Drivers’ Education, Recreation and Safety Education. This award is given to an upper class, Physical Education Major returning for at least one more year at UWSP. The student must demonstrate academic excellence and be involved in extra-curricular and community functions. Patricia nye

Steven blocher memorial scholarship: 

Steven blocher memorial scholarship The friends and family of Steven Blocher created this award in 1991. Steven attended UWSP for two years before transferring to UW-Platteville to pursue his education as a Civil Engineering Major. After returning home for the summer at the end of his junior year, he drowned in a boating accident along with his father and brother while on a fishing trip on the Wisconsin River. This award is given to a Student Athletic Trainer who is either a junior or a first semester senior with a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or better. Tierney baggot

Megan o’Malley memorial scholarship: 

Megan o’Malley memorial scholarship It was often said that Megan O’Malley never met a sport she didn't like. Megan swam for the YMCA Dolphins, played soccer, tennis, ran cross country and participated in triathlons. She was an excellent windsurfer and spent a lot of time on skis with her siblings and parents. She captained and lead the UW Downhill Ski team to Nationals in her senior year. Her decision to become a Physical Therapist was an excellent choice as it allowed her to combine her compassion for others with her passion for fitness and athletics. Her long-term goal was to be the trainer for the Women's Olympic Ski Team and those close to her did not consider this unrealistic. Megan died in an automobile accident in 1992 at age 25. This scholarship is awarded for general support for female Athletic Training students. Tierney Baggot

Paul J. staddler physical education scholarship: 

Paul J. staddler physical education scholarship Paul Staddler graduated from UWSP in 1982 with a degree in Physical Education and Health education. Following several years of work for Glaxo Corporation, Paul began a very successful teaching and coaching career in the Wisconsin Rapids School system, where he was recognized as a Kohl Outstanding Teacher. Both Paul and his wife Doris worked their way through college. This scholarship was a life goal of Paul’s to assist students with their college expenses. He also felt the scholarship was a way to honor the faculty and staff at UWSP for the guidance and many kindnesses they offered in his time at UWSP. Paul’s hope is that, at some point in their lives, the recipients of this scholarship will find the means and opportunities to enhance the lives of future UWSP students in a manner they see fit. Paul died on September 3, 2004 at the age of 45 after a courageous battle with Leukemia. This scholarship is awarded to junior or senior Physical Education Major with a minimum GPA’s of 3.0. Nicole justman

Hale quandt memorial scholarship: 

Hale quandt memorial scholarship Friends and associates of the late Hale Quandt established this award in 1969. Mr. Quandt’s initial assignment on campus was the unenviable task of working with the basketball and football programs at a time when men’s athletics had been eliminated at the university because there were too few men to create a team, due to World War II. He served as Athletic Director at UW-Stevens Point for 18 years—which still remains the longest tenure of any of the school’s Athletic Directors. The award is given to a student of junior or senior status, who has demonstrated strong citizenship at UWSP and in the community, with an interest in the coaching profession. Robert brox

Susan colman scholarship fund: 

Susan colman scholarship fund Sue Colman was a long-time faculty member who loved athletics and the arts. The outdoor track, Colman Field, was named in her honor. Upon her death, an endowment was established to provide scholarships for athletes who work in athletics. Robert brox

Eddie Kotal memorial award: 

Eddie Kotal memorial award This award was established in 1973 to recognize the contributions of Eddie Kotal, former coach at UW-Stevens Point. While at UW-Stevens Point, Eddie coached football, basketball, boxing and track and field teams. He left Stevens Point to become a coach and scout for the Green Bay Packers and later for the Los Angeles Rams. Mr. Kotal died in January 1973, three months after his induction into the UWSP Athletic Hall of Fame. This award is given to a student who has demonstrated scholastic achievement and financial need, and who is active in co-curricular activities. Bethany Richter

Nancy page physical education scholarship: 

Nancy page physical education scholarship Nancy Page was a teacher and coach at UWSP from 1973 to 2004. She coached field hockey (1973-1985), softball, (1980- 1990) and tennis (1986-2004). Nancy taught numerous activity classes inside & outside the Physical Education Major and was generally responsible for teaching 175-200 students a semester. A typical teaching day for Nancy may have featured teaching badminton – 2 hours, cross country skiing – 2 hours and tennis – 2 hours, with enough energy left to play tennis in the late afternoon or evening. Her passion for sports & activity served as an outstanding model for everyone in HESA. Nancy was active in promoting women sports and is a charter member of the Women’s Athletic Fund. This scholarship is awarded to a Physical Education Major of junior or senior standing; has demonstrated academic success, financial need and student involvement. Bethany Richter

Carol huettig memorial scholarship: 

Carol huettig memorial scholarship Dr. Carol Huettig was an extraordinary individual who taught and coached at the University of Wisconsin Stevens Point from 1981 to 1989. She was a masterful leader who inspired students and athletes to continually raise their goals and perform to their maximum. Her students remember her for her wonderful sense of humor, for making every class interesting and engaging, and for bringing treats on exam days. As a specialist in Adapted Physical Education, Dr. Huettig was a passionate advocate for underserved populations, particularly children. Her research focused on ways to improve services to children with disabilities, and she shared that information by authoring many articles and books and speaking at conferences throughout the United States, Canada, and Europe. Audiences remember her as an enthusiastic speaker with a flare for challenging others to raise their level of service to persons of all ability levels. Dr. Huettig was very intuitive about individuals’ feelings. She had a gift for sensing the needs of people and reaching out to assist them in any way that would protect their dignity and self worth. Those she helped never forgot her kindness. Last, but not least, she was a lover of dogs, a great cook, and knew how to throw a fabulous party! This award is to provide a scholarship for Physical Education Majors with an emphasis in Adapted Physical Education. Michelle wilhelm

Colonel M. & Phyllis Nemec Scholarship: 

Colonel M. & Phyllis Nemec Scholarship Colonel Nemec graduated from UW-Stevens Point in 1968 with a degree in Political Science. Phyllis Nemec graduated from UW-Stevens Point in 1967 with a degree in Physical Education and Elementary Education. Colonel and Phyllis were non-traditional students. Phyllis competed on early field hockey teams, coached by Marge Spring, as a 39-year-old student athlete with three children, playing with & against women 15-20 years younger. This scholarship is awarded to a student pursuing a Physical Education degree, exhibiting a strong interest in the Adapted Physical Education program; preference will be given to non-traditional students who have military experience. Michelle wilhelm

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