Trinity Western student-athletes Ali Oliverio and Tyler Koslowsky were the recipients of the TWU Complete Champion Award at the Spartans athletic banquet last week.

Spartans pair win top award

Tyler Koslowsky and Ali Oliverio recognized with Spartans most prestigious honour at TWU athletic banquet

Tyler Koslowsky and Ali Oliverio took home top honours at the Trinity Western Spartans athletic banquet last week.

It was held April 12 at the Langley Events Centre.

The pair were recognized with the TWU Complete Champion Award, which are given to those student-athletes who are outstanding in athletic achievements, who advance to the edge of their abilities both academically and personally, and who also demonstrate leadership and a desire to grow spiritually.

Koslowsky is on the men’s volleyball team while Oliverio is on the women’s soccer team.

Other award winners included:

Athlete of the year — Elly Wendel (volleyball) and Nathan George (track and field).

Bahta Melles Award for servant leadership — Hannah Ryan (track and field, cross-country) and Taylor Johnson (soccer).

Scholar athlete of the year — Emma Nuttall (track and field) and Brayden Gant (soccer).

Rookie of the year — Rachel Hutchinson (soccer) and Kaleb Denham (hockey).

Human kinetics Spartan Athlete Award — Katie Maryschuk (track and field) and Aidan Kits (track and field).

School of Business Spartan Athlete Award — Lindsey Pulice (soccer) and Mitchell Urzinger (soccer).

The Student Therapy awards went to Joseph Songcayauon, who worked with women’s volleyball, and Emily Herle, who worked with men’s soccer.

Joshua VanDyck Servant Leadership Memorial Scholarships went to soccer players Amy Gartke and Taylor Johnson.

The evening also honoured the graduating seniors as well as departing coaches and athletic therapy staff.

 

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