Softball Saskatchewan Awards

  Congratulations to our 2017 Softball
  Saskatchewan Award Recipients!

   

   Female Ed Mann Bursary - Payton Wagman, Regina
   Male Ed Mann Bursary - Jordan Rock, Prince Albert
   Female Athlete of the Year - Carmen Hughes, Regina
   Male Athlete of the Year - Troy Kosmynka, Warman
   Coach of the Year - Derek Smith, Prince Albert
   Umpire of the Year - Wayne Miller, Climax
   Volunteer of the Year - Brenda Anderson, Regina
   Service Award - Kirk Kezema, Melfort
   President's Award - Saskatoon Amateur Softball Association

  Softball Saskatchewan is currently open
  to nominations for the following awards:

   Male & Female Athlete of the Year
   Include personal accomplishments for the award year (ie. recognition
   at Westerns or Canadians as all-star, MVP, Top Batter or Pitcher)
   Include team accomplishments for the award year
   Include other accomplishments or personal involvement in softball

   Coach(es) of the Year
  
Include accomplishments of team in the award year
   Include philosophy of coaching
   Include other involvement in Softball

   Volunteer of the Year
  
Include all activities the nominee was involved with in the award year
   Did the person do something "extra" or "special" in our sport?

   Umpire of the Year
  
Include accomplishments for the award year and involvement with Softball   
   Saskatchewan
   Did the person do something "extra" or "special" in our sport?

   Service Awards (3)
   Outline the individual's involvement in softball (ie. coach, player, umpire,
   volunteer)
   Highlight accomplishments and/or achievements
   Indicate number of years in our sport (minimum 10 years)

   Ed Mann Memorial Bursary (Male/Female/$500 each)
   This award is for individuals participating at the Grassroots level
   Include contributions made to our sport at the provincial and/or community level

   Please visit the Forms page for more information and to download the Softball   
   Saskatchewan Awards form.


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