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Mia Hamm

Mia Hamm – 2010 Wooden Cup Winner

May 25, 2010

Career summary and highlights One of the key players and stars of the 1999 United States National Team which won the title at the 1999 World Cup. She converted a key penalty kick in the United States’ double overtime victory over the Chinese in the championship game. 1994 recipient of the Honda Broderick Cup, the…

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Cal Ripken, Jr.

Cal Ripken, Jr. – 2009 Wooden Cup Winner

May 25, 2009

“The platform that baseball has provided me has led to wonderful opportunities and, at times, special recognition. Receiving the Coach Wooden Citizenship Cup was a tremendous honor. Coach Wooden stood for integrity and leadership and I was honored to have met him. Receiving an award bearing his name had great meaning to me.” Awards Award…

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Andrea Jaeger – 2008 Wooden Cup Winner

May 25, 2008

Career Highlights SINGLES Winner: 1983 – Marco Island; 1982 – Detroit, Oakland; 1981 – Kansas City, Oakland, U.S. Clay Courts; 1980 – Las Vegas, Beckenham, Tampa; 1979 – African Classic. DOUBLES Winner: 1983 – Canadian Open (w/Hobbs). ADDITIONAL United States Fed Cup Team 1981, 83. United States Wightman Cup Team 1980-81. Awards 1994 recipient of…

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John Lynch

John Lynch – 2007 Wooden Cup Winner

May 25, 2007

A nine-time Pro Bowl selection, Lynch earned a Super Bowl ring with the Buccaneers in Super Bowl XXXVII. He also spent time with the Denver Broncos and New England Patriots before retiring as a free agent during the 2008 season. He was ranked #10 as the most feared tackler in NFL history, on the NFL…

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John Smoltz

John Smoltz – 2006 Wooden Cup Winner

May 25, 2006

Career Highlights and Awards Eight-time All-Star (1989, 1992–93, 1996, 2002–03, 2005, 2007) National League Championship Series MVP (1992) Led the National League in Strikeouts (1992, with 215) National League Cy Young Award winner (1996) Holds Atlanta Braves record for most wins in a season (1996, with 24) Led the National League in wins (1996, with…

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Peyton Manning

Peyton Manning – 2005 Wooden Cup Winner

May 25, 2005

Career Highlights Started 16 games for 13th consecutive season in 2010 and earned 11th career Pro Bowl selection (9th consecutive selection) Manning has completed more passes and thrown for more yards and touchdowns in a career-opening 13-year span than any NFL player Manning ranks 3rd in NFL career completions  Manning ranks 4th in NFL career passing yards  Manning ranks 3rd in NFL…

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