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Illinois boys and Maryland girls win Track & Field National Championships

The USA Deaf Track & Field (USADTF) and National Deaf Interscholastic Athletic Association (NDIAA) announced yesterday that the Illinois School for the Deaf boys and Maryland School for the Deaf girls won the 2015 Track & Field National Championships. The scoring for the National Championship award is based on schools submitting their teams’ best performances during the 2015 track & field season.

The Illinois School for the Deaf boys track and field team won their eighth Track and Field National Championship since 2002 with 111 points edging past Texas School for the Deaf who came in second with 106.5 points. Maryland School for the Deaf came in third with 100 points.

Gashaw Duhamel of Model Secondary School for the Deaf was named the Track athlete of the year. Duhamel set two new prep Deaf school records in 1600m with a time of 4:25.98 and 3200m with a time of 9:41.19. Justin Flanery of Louisiana School for the Deaf was selected as the Field athlete of the year. Flannery had the best long jump for 2015 with a distance of 21-10.00 and was tied for best triple jump with 42-07.00. Kathy McHugh of California School for the Deaf, Fremont was recognized as the boys track & field coach of the year.

The girls team from Maryland School for the Deaf won their first National Championship since 2003 with 106.4 points. Minnesota State Academy for the Deaf finished second with 85.4 points. California School for the Deaf, Riverside and Louisiana School for the Deaf tied for third place with 55 points.

Daijuhnae Williams of California School for the Deaf, Fremont was named Track athlete of the year. Only a freshman, Williams had the best times for 200m (27.60), 400m (1:04.06) and 300m hurdles (50.23). She also had the second best long jump of the year at 15-09.50. La’Terria Hampton of Florida School for the Deaf & Blind was selected as the Field athlete of the year. Hampton had the best shot put throw with 39-07.00 and finished second place at the Florida class 1A state championship. Randy Shank of Maryland School for the Deaf was named coach of the year.

2015 High School Track & Field Results

2015 Illinois Boys Track Natl Champ
2015 USADTF/NDIAA Boys Track & Field National Champions - Illinois School for the Deaf

2015 Maryland Girls Track Natl Champ
2015 USADTF/NDIAA Girls Track & Field National Champions - Maryland School for the Deaf

Gashaw Duhamel
2015 Boys Track Athlete of the Year - Gashaw Duhamel, Model

Justin Flannery
2015 Boys Field Athlete of the Year - Justin Flannery, Louisiana

Kathy McHugh
2015 Boys Track & Field Coach of the Year - Kathy McHugh, Fremont

Dajuhnae Williams
2015 Girls Track Athlete of the Year - Dajuhnae Williams, Fremont

LaTerria Hampton
2015 Girls Field Athlete of the Year - La’Terria Hampton, Florida

Randy Shank
2015 Girls Track & Field Coach of the Year - Randy Shank, Maryland

*All photos courtesy of NDIAA.

NDIAA recognizes 2014-2015 Athletes of the Year

The National Deaf Interscholastic Athletic Association (NDIAA) announced the selections of the 5th annual Female and Male Division 1 & 2 Athletes of the Year. The award recognizes athletes who have made significant impact on the schools’ athletic programs.

The four recipients of the 2014-2015 NDIAA Athletes of the Year are Tessa Lewis (Senior-Maryland), Austin Sliva-Wynne, Jr. (Junior-Texas), Brianna DiGiovanni (Junior-Rochester) and Rashard Witherspoon (Senior-Tennessee). All four athletes were also recognized as SportsMX/NDIAA Athletes of the Month during the past academic year for their outstanding athletic achievements.

2015 Athlete of the Year Tessa Lewis - Maryland
2014-2015 NDIAA Division 1 Female Athlete of the Year - Tessa Lewis, Maryland

2015 Athlete of the Year Austin Sliva-Wynne - Texas
2014-2015 NDIAA Division 1 Male Athlete of the Year - Austin Sliva-Wynne, Texas

2015 Athlete of the Year Brianna DiGiovanni - Rochester
2014-2015 NDIAA Division 2 Female Athlete of the Year - Brianna DiGiovanni, Rochester

2015 Athlete of the Year Rashard Witherspoon - Tennessee
2014-2015 NDIAA Division 2 Male Athlete of the Year - Rashard Witherspoon, Tennessee

NDIAA announces National Champions for winter sports and individual awards

Photos courtesy of NDIAA

The National Deaf Interscholastic Athletic Association (NDIAA) announced National Champions, Player of the Year, and Coach of the Year awards for the 2014-2015 winter season. NDIAA was established in the summer of 2007 at the Athletic Directors' Conference in New Mexico. Athletic Directors from deaf schools throughout agreed to form NDIAA which would have a committee of Athletic Directors/Supervisors overseeing the selection process for team and individual awards. All-American awards will be announced soon.

Indiana Boys BBDivision I Boys Basketball National Champions
Indiana School for the Deaf (16-8)

Preston Kelly
Player of the Year: Preston Kelly, Indiana School for the Deaf

Keith Westhoelter
Coach of the Year: Keith Westhoelter, Indiana School for the Deaf

Maryland Girls BBDivision I Girls Basketball National Champions
Maryland School for the Deaf (26-3)

Tessa Lewis
Player of the Year: Tessa Lewis, Maryland School for the Deaf

Amy Mowl
Coach of the Year: Amy Mowl, Maryland School for the Deaf

Alabama Boys BB
Division II Boys Basketball National Champions
Alabama School for the Deaf (16-10)

Jairee Hill
Player of the Year: Jairee Hill, Rhode Island School for the Deaf

Walter Ripley
Coach of the Year: Walter Ripley, Alabama School for the Deaf

Minnesota Girls BB
Division II Girls Basketball National Champions
Minnesota State Academy for the Deaf (18-9)

Brianna DiGiovanni
Player of the Year: Brianna DiGiovanni, Rochester School for the Deaf

Charles Palmer
Coach of the Year: Charles Palmer, Rochester School for the Deaf

Riverside Wrestling
Wrestling National Co-Champions
California School for the Deaf, Riverside (17-7-1)

Indiana Wrestling
Wrestling National Co-Champions
Indiana School for the Deaf (20-7)

Mijali Enriquez
Wrestler of the Year: Mijail Enriquez, California School for the Deaf, Fremont

Jonathan Kessel
Coach of the Year: Jonathan Kessel, California School for the Deaf, Riverside

NDIAA announces National Champions for fall sports and individual awards

Photos courtesy of NDIAA

The National Deaf Interscholastic Athletic Association (NDIAA) announced National Champions, Player of the Year, and Coach of the Year awards for the 2014 fall season. NDIAA was established in the summer of 2007 at the Athletic Directors' Conference in New Mexico. Athletic Directors from deaf schools throughout agreed to form NDIAA which would have a committee of Athletic Directors/Supervisors overseeing the selection process for team and individual awards. All-American awards will be announced soon.

FB 11 Man NC Fremont11 Man Football National Co-Champions
California School for the Deaf, Fremont (8-3)

FB 11 Man NC Maryland
11 Man Football National Co-Champions
Maryland School for the Deaf (9-2)

FB 11 Man COY Warren Keller
Coach of the Year: Warren Keller, California School for the Deaf, Fremont

FB 11 Man POY Dante Paulone
Player of the Year: Dante Paulone, Indiana School for the Deaf

FB 8 Man NC Minnesota
8 Man Football National Champions
Minnesota State Academy for the Deaf (6-2)

FB 8 Man COY Barry Swafford
Coach of the Year: Barry Swafford, Tennessee School for the Deaf

FB 8 Man POY Junior Peters
Player of the Year: Junior Peters, Minnesota State Academy for the Deaf

VB D1 NC Maryland
Division I Volleyball National Champions
Maryland School for the Deaf (46-4-1)

VB D1 COY Aimee Bippus
Coach of the Year: Aimee Bippus, Indiana School for the Deaf

VB D1 POY Tessa Lewis
Player of the Year: Tessa Lewis, Maryland School for the Deaf

VB D2 NC Minnesota
Division II Volleyball National Champions
Minnesota State Academy for the Deaf (25-9)

VB D2 COY Heather Martens
Coach of the Year: Heather Martens, Wisconsin School for the Deaf

VB D2 POY Amberley Luna
Player of the Year: Amberley Luna, New Mexico School for the Deaf

Soccer NC Lexington
Soccer National Champions
Lexington School for the Deaf (8-9-2)

Soccer COY Curt Hawyard
Coach of the Year: Curt Hayward, American School for the Deaf

Soccer POY Ahmed Mahmoud
Player of the Year: Ahmed Mahmoud, American School for the Deaf

Soccer POY Raymond Mukhailov
Player of the Year: Raymond Mukhailov, Lexington School for the Deaf

Faribault Minnesota State Academy for the Deaf boys named NDIAA/USA Deaf Track and Field Prep Team of the Year

By Sam Thiel

minnesotaThe Minnesota State Academy for the Deaf boys track and field team continued its success this season as it recently ran away with some hardware.

The Trojans boys squad was recently selected as the National Deaf Interscholastic Athletic Association/USA Deaf Track and Field Prep Team of the Year for the first time in program history.

Read more: http://www.southernminn.com/faribault_daily_news/sports/article_57ddea72-f89a-5707-b381-3a59f105dbfb.html

Source: Faribault Daily News

Alabama girls and Minnesota boys win Track & Field National Championships

Photos courtesy of NDIAA

The National Deaf Interscholastic Athletic Association (NDIAA) in conjunction with USA Deaf Track & Field (USADTF) announced that Minnesota State Academy for the Deaf boys and Alabama School for the Deaf girls team were named the 2014 Track & Field National Champions. Individual athletes and coaches award were also announced. Please view the list below on the team and individual awards for Track & Field.

Minnesota boys team captured the National Championship with 105 points and Illinois coming in second with 90.2 points. Alabama's girls team came out on top with 86 points and Riverside finished second with 74 points. For complete results and team standings, visit:

2014 USADTF Prep Results

NDIAA was established in the summer of 2007 at the Athletic Directors' Conference in New Mexico. Athletic Directors from deaf schools throughout agreed to form NDIAA which would have a committee of Athletic Directors/Supervisors overseeing the selection process for team and individual awards. All-American awards for spring sports will be announced soon.

track boys minnesota
Boys Track & Field National Champions

Minnesota State Academy for the Deaf

btf taoy mo nick jones
Boys Track Athlete of the Year: Nick Jones, Missouri School for the Deaf

btf faoy msad garrett springer
Boys Field Athlete of the Year: Garret Springer, Minnesota State Academy for the Deaf

btf coy msad steven fuerst
Boys Coach of the Year: Steven Fuerst, Minnesota State Academy for the Deaf

track girls alamaba
Girls Track & Field National Champions

Alabama School for the Deaf

gtf taoy mis shanieka coleman
Girls Track Athlete of the Year: Shanieka Coleman, Mississippi School for the Deaf

gtf taoy wis kori koss
Girls Track Athlete of the Year: Kori Koss, Wisconsin School for the Deaf

gtf faoy  scsdb destiny mccarter
Girls Field Athlete of the Year: Destiny McCarter, South Carolina School for the Deaf & Blind

gtf coy ala marvice robinson
Girls Coach of the Year: Marvice Robinson, Alabama School for the Deaf

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