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Thomas University professor Debbie Goodman-Lerner, Boston Red Sox professional scout Wilie Romay, and Manny Tarich, Esquire.
ESPN and BIG 105.9 FM broadcaster Dave Lamont moderated the discussion.
Duno was a particular hit with the student-athletes, with roughly 50% of the audience being female and several student-athletes hailing from Venezuela, the multi-talented auto racer's home country.
She effectively communicated the Champions of Character core values to the student-athletes through her unique story as a female auto racer in a male-dominated sport. You have to look inside yourself to see what you really want to do in life and in the future," Duno told the audience.
Men's basketball coach Patrick Gayle, senior men's basketball player Davorn Bryant and senior women's tennis player Lauren Lightfoot participated in a strength and conditioning clinic, working with 75 children on the importance of muscle memory, stretching and different types of warm up exercises. – An impressive showing of leaders from throughout the sports, business and legal worlds came together on Tuesday evening at the Fernandez Family Center for Leadership and Wellness on the St.
Thomas University campus where they spoke to a group of over 260 student-athletes on the principles behind the NAIA's Champions of Character program.
provides training to ensure student-athletes know, do and value the right things in all areas of life. • Emphasis on hospitality and game management of athletics events and conduct in competition • Servant leadership activities that promote student leadership and athletic community engagement • Ongoing oversight and assessment of progress in the program's implementation by both St. Learn More About the NAIA CHAMPIONS OF CHARACTER Learn More About the Five Core Values: Integrity, Respect, Responsibility, Sportsmanship, Servant Leadership Champions of Character Resources Javier "Javi" Perez, the Principal of South Dade High School and an Assistant Baseball Coach for St. STU Student Athletes supporting RISEto Win at a Miami Dolphins Football Game.
For more information on the NAIA Champions of Character program, visit About the Panelists: WILLIE ROMAY: Currently serving as an Area Scout in Southern Florida for the Boston Red Sox, Romay previously spent 14 years as a scout for the Major League Baseball Scouting Bureau.
Thomas University Women's Basketball team had a special member of the team all season long, inspiring players and coaches alike.
Madison Smith, an eight year old girl from Pembroke Pines, Fla., was diagnosed with a relatively unknown genetic neuromuscular disease called Spinal Muscular Atrophy (SMA) on October 2, 2007, two days shy of her first birthday.
"As a former student-athlete I think it is important for these core values to be continuously grilled into them," said State Representative Mc Ghee.
"It is important that the values of Champions of Character are taught to excel on the field and in the real world." "It was a wonderful opportunity for our student-athlete and student leaders to get a blueprint on life from professionals and leaders," added Professor Goodman-Lerner. It is good to always remind our students to do the right thing at whatever level they happen to be at in life." To view a video replay of the Champions of Character Panel Discussion go livestream.com/stusports/championsofcharacter. Thomas University Athletics, go to developed by the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA), which formally teaches character through athletics at its member colleges and universities.