April 9, 2000 - by
Florida State Student-Athletes Are Honored At Annual Banquet

Florida State Student-Athletes Are Honored At Annual Banquet

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April 9, 2000

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. — The office of student development and life skills within the FSU
athletic department hosted the 3rd annual Golden ‘Noles banquet on Thursday
with student-athletes from each sport being recognized for their
outstanding accomplishments.

While the athletics department hosted the banquest at the University
Center Club, it was the student-athletes’ show with the program and
introductions headlined by the student-athlete advisory committee.

In addition to the presentation of a Golden ‘Nole winner in each sport,
the athletics department recognized several teams for their effort in FSU’s
deep commitment to community service. Patrick Baker’s women’s soccer
program was the big winner taking home the top community service award.
Recognized with the athletic director’s cup for the Champion’s Read effort
in local schools was the men’s basketball program, and the women’s
basketball program was recognized for their 440 hours of community service.
Already this year, FSU student-athletes have donated over 2,500 hours to
support and service in the Tallahassee and Leon County community.

The winners of the 2000 Golden ‘Noles in each sport were:

Latavia Coleman – women’s basketball
Oliver Simmons – men’s basketball
Josh Ware – men’s cross country
Kate Jeffery – women’s cross country
Todd Frier – football
Christy Peacock – soccer
Brett Peterson – men’s swimming and diving
Tonya Gurr – women’s swimming and diving
Courtney Pipent – Volleyball
Team – Baseball
Kris Hannah – men’s golf
Louise Wright – women’s golf
Leslie Malorich, Serita Brooks – softball
Mike Ingham – men’s tennis
Kia Asburg – women’s tennis
Joe Allen, Ian Hardin – men’s track and field
Tonya Carter – women’s track and field

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