Head Basketball Coach Mike Anderson
April 22, 2010
Columbia, Mo. -
Mizzou fans, get ready for the second-annual ROARS Ceremony Monday, May 3 at Mizzou Arena. Watch your favorite Mizzou student-athletes walk the red carpet at 6 p.m. and receive awards at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are only $5 and are available at currently at the Mizzou Arena Ticket Office. Children under 12 and MU students with a student ID are free.
With the Voice of the Tigers, host Mike Kelly, and the look and feel of a star-studded event, the ROARS is the premier event for Mizzou student-athletes and fans. The ROARS highlights academic, athletic and community involvement accomplishments of Mizzou's student-athletes for the 2009-10 season. Just a few of the awards scheduled to be handed out at the ROARS include Coach of the Year, Male and Female Athlete of the Year, Male and Female Rookie of the Year, Male and Female Academic Achievement Award, Male and Female Unsung Hero Award, Male and Female Courage Award and Professor of the year, among many others.
The Student-Athlete Advisory Committee nominated and voted for the awards that showcase all facets of the student-athlete experience, including recognition for often overlooked but vital contributions to Mizzou teams. But perhaps the most anticipated award of the night will be the Tiger Cup, the year-long competition among all Mizzou's sport teams in athletics, academics performance and community service. The winning team will receive the Tiger Cup trophy, and most of all, the pride of being Tiger Cup champions.
Will your favorite Tiger win athlete of the year? What about the unforgettable play from this season? Come to the ROARS to find out.
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