Vote Today for the Performance of the Year!
Monday, April 28, 2014
Vote Today for the Performance of the Year!

Fans, the athletic department's sixth annual ARC Awards will be held on Sunday, May 4, and for the first time, you have a say in an award!  Voting is open through Tuesday at noon for the Performance of the Year, so vote now, and then watch the ARC Awards Sunday night at 7:30 p.m. on the Horizon League Network!

The nominees for the Performance of the Year are:

Baseball - Karch Kowalczyk goes 4-for-5 with two doubles, a home run and a career-high 6 RBIs April 12 in a win over Youngstown State.
Men's basketball - Alec Peters scores 30 points in his fifth career game at Evansville Nov. 20, just two days after visiting his tornado-ravaged hometown of Washington, Ill.
Men's basketball - Lavonte Dority scores a career-best 33 points at UIC Feb. 1 in a Horizon League win, including 22 in the first half capped by a 27-foot 3-pointer at the buzzer.
Men's golf - Peter Webb shoots a 5-under-par 211, setting a new program 54-hole scoring record, and matched the Crusaders' single-round record of 67 in his second career tournament Sept. 8-10 at the Golfweek Program Challenge.
Men's tennis - Facing off against the nation's 81st-ranked singles player, Jeffrey Schorsch comes from behind for a three-set win at number one singles at #29 Northwestern Feb. 23.
Men's track and field - Justin Zosso breaks his own school record in the pole vault and wins the event at the Horizon League Indoor Championships March 1.
Women's basketball - Liz Horton scores a career-high 25 points to lead the Crusaders to a win over Detroit March 10 in Horizon League Championship play.
Women's golf - Michelle Kleckner tied for third place on a difficult course at the SIUE Doubletree Invitational Sept. 23-24, leading the Crusaders to their second tournament championship in program history.
Women's soccer - Kat Anesini scores the game-winning goal for the Crusaders in their win over Northwestern Sept. 5, the program's first-ever win over a Big Ten team.
Women's track and field - Jazmin Taylor wins the high jump at Purdue Feb. 15, breaking her own program record in the event by two inches.
Volleyball - Janelle Hobbs matches her career high with 17 kills and committed just one error in the Crusaders' Horizon League win at Wright State Nov. 15.