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Pac-12 Conference

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553 NCAA Titles & Counting

Sportsmanship Award

The Sportsmanship Award is selected by members of the Pac-12 Student-Athlete Advisory Council (SAAC) and is based on good sportsmanship and ethical behavior in participation of intercollegiate athletics, as well as a demonstration of good citizenship outside of the sports-competition setting. Nominees must have demonstrated the values of respect and integrity through a specific action, ideally directed toward an opponent. The student-athlete must have consistently demonstrated the values of respect and integrity in his or her daily participation in intercollegiate athletics.

2023 Abdinasir Hussein, Oregon
2022 California women's basketball
2021 California field hockey
2020 Oregon State women's basketball
2019 UCLA women's soccer
2018 Sarah Shimomura, Arizona
2017 Anna Rosen, Washington State
2016 Riley Sorenson, Washington State
2015 UCLA women's gymnastics
2014 Colorado student-athletes
2013 Kylie Sharp, Washington
2012 Bryson Beirne, Arizona; Brittany Hart, Oregon
2011 Jeff Gudaitis, Washington; Katie Matusik, Arizona
2010 Ben Ashmore, Arizona State; Stanford women's rowing
2009 Stenn Parton, USC; Lindsey Kelley, Arizona
2008 Michael Capbarat, California; Arianna Lambie, Stanford
2007 Mitch Canham, Oregon State; Jennifer Tangtiphaiboontana, Stanford
2006 Anna Key, California; Eric Nygard, Washington State
2005 Channing Frye, Arizona; Cara Chlebicki, California
2004 Grayling Love, Arizona State