Patterson a finalist for amateur award
Sophomore one of five to be recognized at Pepsi Celebration of Champions on Feb. 22February 2, 2012 · Athletic Communications
The event is Nashville’s premier sports awards event honoring outstanding achievements in high school, collegiate and professional sports by Middle Tennessee individuals, teams and organizations, as voted on by the Nashville sports media, Nashville Sports Council membership and Kroger customers.
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The winners of each of the following award categories will be presented on Wednesday, February 22 at the historic Grand Ole Opry House: Sports Person of the Year, Ed Temple Amateur (Male & Female), High School Athletics (Male & Female), High School Team Athletics (Male & Female), Fred Russell Lifetime Achievement, Community Spirit, Nashville Sports Council Volunteer of the Year, Kaia Jergenson Courage and the Sergeant York Trophy. The Top 10 Sports Moments of the Year for 2011 will also be unveiled.
Patterson is nominated for his stellar freshman season at Middle Tennessee where he became the first Blue Raider to compete in the U.S. Open. The McMinnville native also earned All-Sun Belt Conference honors and helped lead the Blue Raiders to another NCAA Regional.
2012 Ed Temple Amateur Male Athlete of the Year nominees:
Brett Patterson, Middle Tennessee golf
Sonny Gray, Vanderbilt baseball
Demonte Harper, Morehead State basketball
John Jenkins, Vanderbilt basketball
Zach Stacy, Vanderbilt football
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