Michael Gist named Tornado Athlete of the Week

Brevard, N.C. – Brevard College football player, Michael Gist, has been named the Tornado Athlete of the Week for week four of the 2009-2010 athletic season, receiving 45.1% of the votes.

Gist, a sophomore from North Augusta, Ga. made five tackles, had two interceptions, including one that he returned 87 yards for a touchtown as the Tornados defeated Southern Virginia 42-7. Gist is now second in the South Atlantic Conference with three interceptions.

Other nominees for week four were Lawrence Martin (football), who received 25.5% of the votes after totaling 36 yards receiving, rushing for 93 yards, and scoring three touchdowns against Southern Virginia, Prince Simunyu (football), who received 13.7% after recording 11 tackles, 1 tackle for loss, a forced fumble, half a sack, and an interception against Southern Virginia, Craig Galloway (Men’s Soccer) received 7.8% of votes after scoring a goal against Winthrop, and Bailey Varley (Women’s Soccer) also received 7.8% of votes after scoring a goal against Lincoln Memorial.

2009-2010 Brevard Tornado Athlete of the Week Winners
Week 1 - Brooke Seaman, Volleyball (34 kills, 41.3% hitting percentage, 13 total blocks, six service aces as Tornados go 3-0 on the week)

Week 2 - Bailey Varley, Women's Soccer (Three goals, including the game winner in double overtime as the Tornados advanced to 3-0)

Week 3 – Stanley Jones, Football (16 tackles, 3 tackles for loss, 2 sacks, as the Tornados move to 3-0 on the season)

Week 4 – Michael Gist, Football (Michael Gist-5 tackles, 2 interceptions, including one he ran back 87 yards for a TD

Week 5 - TBA

The Tornado Athlete of the Week Poll comes out every Monday morning and will run until Tuesday at noon. For more information on the poll, contact the Brevard Sport Information Department.

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