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UConn Senior Breanna Stewart Wins AAU Sullivan Award

UConn Senior Breanna Stewart Wins AAU Sullivan Award

86th AAU Sullivan Award Winners: Breanna Stewart, Univ of Connecticut ,Basketball and Keenan Reynolds, Navy, Football

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Sunday, April 10, 2016  [New York City]

University of Connecticut senior forward Breanna Stewart added another award to her long list of accolades when she won the prestigious AAU Sullivan award at the New York Athletic Club.  Stewart was the co-winner of the award along with Navy Midshipman Quarterback, Keenan Reynolds.  It was the second time in AAU Sullivan award history that there was a tie.

Stewart was not present at the New York Athletic Club to pick up her award because she was attending the teams victory parade in Storrs, CT.  An exciting couple of weeks for Stewart began when UConn women’s basketball team won their fourth consecutive NCAA DI Championship last week, winning the AAU Sullivan Award as the nations top amateur athlete and, with the WNBA Draft being held this week, Stewart is expected to be the NO.1 overall pick of the Seattle Storm.

 

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