Marcus Denmon won the Male Courage Award.
May 3, 2011
Columbia, Mo. -
Mizzou Athletics hosted its third annual ROARS event on Monday night, celebrating a year of success for the Tigers, on the playing field, in the classroom and throughout the
Rush will perform in Columbia on Tuesday evening at the Blue Note and current Missouri Basketball standout Laurence Bowers will help open for the former Tiger by singing two of his original songs. Bowers should go on around 9:30 p.m.
ROARS Photo Gallery
2010-11 ROARS Awards
Dr. Judith A. Wells Academic Achievement Award
Male: Jeff Scardino - Baseball
Female: Nicola Race - Women's Golf
We Are Mizzou Award
Male: TJ Moe - Football
Female: RaeShara Brown - Women's Basketball
Coaches Academic Enhancement Award
Pat Ivey - Strength and Conditioning
Male Athlete of the Year Award
Lars Rise - Track
Female Athlete of the Year Award
Mary Burke - Gymnastics
Coach of the Year Award
Jamie Sweeney - Diving
Team Performance of the Year Award
Football- Homecoming Win
Male Highlight of the Year Award
Gahn McGaffie - Football - 86-yard kickoff return vs.
Female Highlight of the Year Award
Alyssa Bonnick & Krista Kruse - Soccer - ESPN Highlight Goal against
Male Rookie of the Year Award
Kenneth Chambers - Track
Female Rookie of the Year Award
Loren Figeroa - Diving
Male "For the Love of the Game" Award
Jarrett Sutton - Men's Basketball
Female "For the Love of the Game" Award
Annemijn Koenen - Tennis
Male Unsung Hero Award
Kirk Lakebrink - Football
Female Unsung Hero Award
Abby Vock - Softball
Male Courage Award
Marcus Denmon - Men's Basketball
Female Courage Award
Rebekah Mills - Women's Basketball
Male Varsity M Award
Tim Opfer - Track
Female Varsity M Award
Sierra Gant - Track
Professor of the Year Award
Dr. Joel Poor - Professor Marketing
Team Community Service Award
Athletic Director Leadership Award
Tiger Cup Award
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