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Convocation awards

Convocation Awards

The following awards were presented at the Institute Awards Convocation on May 15, 1995.

The Pewter Bowl Award is presented annually to a female senior who has shown the highest qualities of inspiration and leadership in intercollegiate athletics. The winner is Pareen S. Dhalla '95 - volleyball.

The Admiral Edward L. Cochrane Award is presented annually to a male senior who has shown the highest qualities of humility, leadership, and inspiration in intercollegiate athletics. The winner is Andrew P. Phelps '95 - football, wrestling, and lacrosse.

The Betsy Schumacker Award is presented annually for excellence in athletic competition by a female undergraduate. The winner is Sheila C. Rocchio '97 - gymnastics.

The Howard W. Johnson Award is presented annually to the male senior athlete of the year. The winner is Ethan A. Crain '95 - cross country, track and field.

The Malcolm G. Kispert Awards are presented annually to the male and female scholar-athletes of the year. The winners are Agnieszka Reiss '95 - cross country, track and field/electrical science and engineering - and Jesse C. Darley '95 - cross country, track and field/biomechanical engineering.

The Harold J. Pettegrove Award is presented annually in recognition of outstanding service to intramural athletics. The winner is Reginald D. Bellande '95.

Department of athletics awards

The following awards are presented annually by the Department of Athletics in conjunction with the Varsity Club and the MIT Alumni Association.

The Varsity Club Awards are presented annually to the outstanding male and female freshmen athletes of the year. The winners are Janis H. Eisenberg '98 - cross country, track and field - and Michael T. Butville '98 - football, indoor track and field, lacrosse.

The Burton R. Anderson Award is presented to the outstanding intercollegiate manager of the year. The winner is Henning Colsman-Freyberger '96 - fencing.