The 3rd Annual Wisconsin Sports Awards took place Thursday night in Milwaukee at the Kern Center. Following are the list of this year's winners.
Matt Ferris, Appleton Xavier High School
High School Football Player of the Year
Arike Ogunbowale, Divine Savior Holy Angels High School
Goodwill Power of Work Girls High School Basketball Player of the Year
Luke Fischer, Germantown High School
Rick Majerus Boys High School Basketball Player of the Year
Russell Wilson, Seattle Seahawks
Lance Leipold, UW-Whitewater football
College Coach of the Year
Chris Borland, University of Wisconsin football
College Athlete of the Year
Aaron Rodgers, Green Bay Packers
Baird Community Involved Player of the Year
Matt Kenseth, NASCAR
Professional Athlete of the Year
Green Bay Packers
Time Warner Cable Business Class Fan Friendly Team of the Year
Ebony Nettles-Bey, Verona High School
Associated Bank Inspirational Player of the Year
Steve Showalter, Germantown High School boys basketball
Gruber Law Offices Coach of the Year
Eddie Lacy, Green Bay Packers
ATI Player of the Year
Germantown High School boys basketball
American Family Insurance Dream Team of the Year
December 29, 2013 – Packers vs. Bears (33-28)
Potawatomi Game of the Year
Among those in attendance were:
• Gary Andersen, University of Wisconsin head football coach
• Chris Borland, former University of Wisconsin linebacker
• Mark Chmura, former Green Back Packers tight end
• John Kuhn, Green Bay Packers fullback
• Eddie Lacy, Green Bay Packers running back
• Mike McCarthy, Green Bay Packers head coach
• Andy North, two-time U.S. Open Champion
• Pat Richter, former University of Wisconsin athletic director
• Aaron Rodgers, Green Bay Packers quarterback
• Bo Ryan, University of Wisconsin men’s basketball coach
• Mark Tauscher, former Green Bay Packers offensive tackle
• Scott Tolzien, Green Bay Packers quarterback
• University of Wisconsin men’s basketball team members: Sam Dekker, Josh Gasser, Traevon Jackson and Frank Kaminsky
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