"Parade of Athletes" To Be Held Before The Citadel Game


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CLEMSON, SC -- On Saturday, September 2, the Clemson Athletic Department will
recognize all athletic teams at The Citadel-Clemson football game in a
"Parade of Athletes".


The parade, similar to the to the Olympic Games parade will take
place during the pre-game ceremonies. The athletes will begin the march at
the Northwest corner of the stadium, circling the field, and will complete
the parade on the Clemson team sideline.


The "Parade of Athletes" introduces Tiger fans to the 2000-01
Clemson athletic teams. Teams will carry a banner identifying their
respective squads and student-athletes will wear orange t-shirts so young
Clemson fans can recognize their favorite players.


Additionally, special awards for the 1999-00 academic year and most
valuable player awards and most improved awards in spring sports will also
be presented. Below are the award winners who are scheduled to be in
attendance on Saturday.


IPTAY Scholastic Athlete - Jonathan Byrd

Frank Howard Award - Shawn Crawford

Edwards Sportsmanship - Brandon Streeter


Most Valuable & Most Improved
Baseball - Khalil Greene & Ryan Mottl

Golf - Lucas Glover & Jani Saari

Rowing - Lisa Mischley & Lucy Doolittle

Swimming - Ginny Kirouac -Academic All-American

Men's Outdoor Track & Field - Shawn Crawford & Todd Matthews

Women's Outdoor Track & Field - LaShonda Cutchin & Sheri Smith

Men's Tennis - Josh Goffi & Marko Gojanovic

Women Tennis - Carmina Giraldo & Laurence Jayet



ACC Golf Rookie of the Year - D.J. Trahan

ACC Track Coach of the Year - Bob Pollock

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