April 10, 2013
Below are the 2012-13 members of the Strength and Conditioning "Buckeye Power Club". Athletes from each team were chosen, who The Ohio State University Strength and Conditioning staff felt exemplified certain qualities in the Weight Room such as; Leadership Ability, Work Ethic, Winning Attitude, Attendance, and Above Average Ability to Follow Instructions. Each athlete chosen will be eligible for the National Strength and Conditioning All American Award the following year.
Congratulations to the following Buckeyes!
The Strength and Conditioning
"Buckeye Power Club"
This award is given annually to one Student Athlete from each team. These athletes were chosen because they exemplified certain qualities in the Weight Room. These qualities consist of Leadership Ability, Work Ethic, Winning Attitude, Attendance, and Above Average ability to Follow Instructions. Each athlete chosen will be eligible for the National Strength And Conditioning Association (NSCA) All American the following year.
Five Point Criteria
1. Leadership Ability
2. Work Ethic
4. Winning Attitude
5. Above Average Ability To Follow Instructions
The Ohio State University
Strength and Conditioning
2013 Buckeye Power Club
|Basketball||Evan Ravenel||Amber Stokes|
|Cheerleading||Michael Moser (C)||Brittany Ali (C)|
Lauren Axcell (D)
|Crew Varsity & Novice||Allison Elber (V)|
Taylore Urban (V)
|Field Hockey||Kaitlyn Wagner|
|Golf||Matt Turner||Amy Meier|
|Swimming & Diving||Zach Holmes (S)|
Alex Miller (S)
Keanu Stevenson (S)
Luke Stirton (S)
|Kelly Ann Baird (S)|
Cheyenne Cousineau (D)
|Tennis||Hunter Callahan||Fidan Manashirova|
|Track & Field/XC||Taylor Weary (T&F)|
Donny Roys (XC)
|Rifle & Pistol||Robert Mangaudis (R)|
Clay Beckholt (P)
|Megan Polonsky (R)|
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