Penn State Harrisburg Athletic Award Winners

 


 

Male Athlete of the Year

This award honors the college's most outstanding male student-athlete each year as voted on by the coaching staff and athletic administration.

2008 – Justin Sheaffer (men’s soccer)

2009 – Seth Lewis (men’s basketball)

2012 – Kenton Alston (men’s basketball)

2013 – Jordan Gatchell (men’s basketball)

2014 – Tyler Shank (men’s golf)

2015 – Aaron Kline (men’s soccer)

2016 – Mark Artley (baseball)

2017 – Victor Weaver (men’s soccer)

2018 – Bret Williams (baseball)

2019 – Cameron Yon (men’s cross country and track & field)

2020 – Bret Williams (baseball)

 

Female Athlete of the Year

This award honors the college's most outstanding female student-athlete each year as voted on by the coaching staff and athletic administration.

2008 – Amanda Mentzer (women’s soccer, women’s basketball, softball)

2009 – Krystal Miranda (women’s basketball, softball)

2012 – Theodora Avramidis (women’s tennis)

2013 – Steph Yetter (women’s basketball)

2014 – Mackenzie Gates (women’s soccer)

2015 – Gabby Wolfe (softball)

2016 – Kiara Carter (women’s basketball, women’s tennis, women’s volleyball)

2017 – Ashley Williams (women’s cross country and track & field)

2018 – Sarah Lehman (women’s cross country and track & field)

2019 – Rae Rae Taylor (women’s cross country and track & field)

2020 – Brittany Ebaugh (women’s volleyball)

 

Male Scholar-Athlete of the Year

This award, created in 2019, is given annually to one male student-athlete who displays an exceptional combination of scholarly and athletic achievement, with 50 percent weight going towards academics and 50 percent weight going towards athletics.

2019 – Christian Schmoyer (men’s soccer)

2020 – Zak Koroneos (baseball)

 

Female Scholar-Athlete of the Year

This award, created in 2019, is given annually to one female student-athlete who displays an exceptional combination of scholarly and athletic achievement, with 50 percent weight going towards academics and 50 percent weight going towards athletics.

2019 – Sarah Lehman (women’s track & field)

2020 – Laurel Amey (women’s basketball)

 

Athletic Service Award

This award, created in 2019, honors one or more student-athletes who make their campus and their community a better place through charitable work.

2019 – Eric Caldwell (men’s soccer)

2020 – Sheiva Ansary (women’s tennis) and Clinton Asalu (men’s basketball)

 

Sportsmanship Award

This award, created in 2019, honors a student-athlete who represents his or her team and the College with the utmost respect towards opponents while playing the game "the right way.”

2019 – Gbolahan Alliyu (men’s basketball)

2020 – Oscar Cartagena Jr. (men’s soccer)