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Lauren Hill recipient of 2015 Wilma Rudolph Courage AwardLauren Hill, a basketball player for Mount St. Joseph College, has been diagnosed with terminal brain cancer and will be playing in her first college basketball game on November 2 at the Cintas Center. She will be presented the 2015 GCNKWSA Wilma Rudolph Courage Award at the game.

Scripps launches its own startupThe E.W. Scripps Co. has created its own startup company to connect parents with youth sports organizations, Soapbox Cincinnati reports.

She Plays She WinsThree-time Olympian Heather Mitts Teams with the TQL Urban Race to Recognize Female Student Athletes in the Tri-state
New She Plays, She Wins program will award up to $10,000 in prizes

Nominate TODAY for the GCNKWSA Awards BanquetNominate your female standout athlete today!
Monday, April 28 2014 at the Schiff Conference Center located inside the Cintas Center at Xavier University.
Keynote Speaker - April Kerley - U.S. Paralympian
Go to our website for more information.

Congrats Kelsey Mitchell on McDonalds All American Status"I was pretty excited actually," Mitchell told The Enquirer. "I am glad I got selected. I just want to make it a good experience."


Lauren Hill, Mount St. Joseph College Basketball Player, Recipient of 2015 GCNKWSA Wilma Rudolph Courage Award



Lauren Hill, a basketball player for Mount St. Joseph College, has been diagnosed with terminal brain cancer and will be playing in her first college basketball game on November 2 at the Cintas Center.  She will be presented the 2015 GCNKWSA Wilma Rudolph Courage Award at the game.

The Wilma Rudolph Courage Award goes to a local female or female playing locally, who demonstrates the most courageous performance or “comeback” in sports. The athlete shows the ability to overcome adversity through persistence and determination. As a result of her courage and performance in sports, she serves as a positive role model for all.

Congratulations to Lauren on this award and we thank you for your inspiration.

Click here for a video and more on Lauren's inspirational story.







 


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