Week 5: Tornado Athlete of the Week Brooke SeamanSeptember 29, 2009
Brevard, N.C. – Brevard College volleyball player, Brooke Seaman has been named the Tornado Athlete of the week for the second time this year commanding 61% of the 77 votes in week 5.
Seaman, a 5’10 senior Middle hitter from Spring Hill, Fla., had 27 kills, a 31.7 hitting percentage, 13 total blocks, and 2 service aces, as the Tornados go 2-1 on week including their first SAC win of the season over Catawba 3-0.
Other nominees this week were football’s reigning Tornado Athlete of the Week, Michael Gist, who received 22.1% of the votes after recording 8 tackles, and an interception that he returned 20 yards for a TD in the Tornados first conference win over Lenoir-Rhyne, football’s Eric Watts received 10.4% of the votes, punting nine times for 360 yards total, and a 40 yard average, as well as three punts that were over 50 yards and down inside the 20 yard line, cross-country’s Matthew Crow who finished first in the Southern Wesleyan Warrior Invitational with a time of 28:49, received 5.2% of votes, and men’s soccer player Renato Barbosa received 1.3% of votes for his goal against Lenior-Rhyne.
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 (5 tackles, 2 interceptions, including one he ran back 87 yards for a TD
Week 5 – Brooke Seaman Volleyball (27 kills, 31.7 hitting percentage, 13 total blocks, 2 service aces as the Tornados go 2-1 on the week)
Week 6 - 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 Sports Information Department.