Rotary Club of Fort Collins honors outstanding CSU student-athletes
April 12, 2012
By Keeley Brown
FORT COLLINS, Colo. – This year marks the 25th consecutive year that the Rotary Club of Fort Collins will hold its annual Rotary Club MVP Luncheon on April 13 at the Midtown Arts Center. This event honors the Most Valuable Player from each of Colorado State’s intercollegiate varsity sports.
These awards are intended to honor CSU athletes who demonstrate character, integrity, values, respect and the ability to motivate, as well as skills displayed during competitions. The winners will receive a plaque to commemorate the honor and each of their names will be engraved on the large team trophies that are on display in the McGraw Athletic Center.
The most valuable student-athletes that will be honored Friday are: Lyssa Roberts (softball), Kallie Berry (water polo), Natalie Heffron (tennis), Chris Nwoke (football), Hannah Pensack-Rinehart (women’s track), Trevor Brown (men’s track), Spenser Lynass (men’s cross country), Nicole Peters (women’s cross country), Brianna Espinoza (women’s golf), Zahkai Brown (men’s golf), Kim Schemahorn (swimming and diving), Pierce Hornung (men’s basketball), Megan Plourde (volleyball), and Kim Mestdagh (women’s basketball).