2011 July

Academy Seeks Instructors for Overseas Jobs Now Available

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The United States Sports Academy is now working to recruit employees for our new and expanding international programs in Malaysia, the Middle East and elsewhere.

The Academy, which has provided programs to more than 64 countries in the world, is currently working to train physical educational teachers, coaches, athletic trainers and others at all school levels.

The contract salary for individuals working these programs is substantial and the benefits are meaningful. They include free housing and transportation, among other benefits.

“This is exciting and meaningful international work,” said Academy President and CEO Thomas P. Rosandich. “We do need help to find a few men and women for these assignments.”

Anyone interested in sport education at the highest levels is encouraged to apply and to contact the Academy.

For more information about the international opportunities, please visit http://www.ussa.edu/about/employment/; call us at 1-800-223- 2668; or email jobs@ussa.edu.

Congratulations to Our Newest Graduates!

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With rolling enrollment, the Academy’s students start their courses as soon as they are accepted without having to wait for the next semester to begin. The Academy is proud to announce its latest monthly graduates:

Master’s Degree

  • Melanie Logen Allen (Thatcher, Ariz.) – M.S.S. Sports Medicine
  • Joseph L. Casalese (Apopka, Fla.) – M.S.S. Sports Management
  • Kim A. Ensey (Fountain Valley, Calif.) – M.S.S. Sports Management
  • Osita O. Ezeilo (Houston, Texas) – M.S.S. Sports Management
  • Joseph Green Genung (Reno, Nev.) – M.S.S. Sports Studies
  • Kris David Guffey (Clovis, N.M.) – M.S.S. Sports Studies
  • Bien D. Harbin Sr. (Mobile, Ala.) – M.S.S. Sports Management
  • Kenneith Sean Henry (Albuquerque, N.M.) M.S.S. Sports Studies
  • Brandon Matthew House (Chicago, Ill.) – M.S.S. Sports Management
  • Jason Scott Johnson (Flowery Branch, Ga.) – M.S.S. Sports Management
  • Myrissa Knetch Lindsey (Snellville, Ga.) – M.S.S. Sports Management
  • Jason Farnsworth Scott (Hannibal, Mo.) – M.S.S. Sports Coaching
  • John Terrell (Plantersville, Ala.) – M.S.S. Sports Coaching
  • Robert Charles Walden (Pensacola, Fla.) – M.S.S. Sports Management
  • Kirk Steven Walker (Modesto, Calif.) – M.S.S. Sports Coaching/Studies Dual

Henan University, the Shaolin Temple and Academy Creating New Sports Program

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Henan University, the Shaolin Temple and the United States Sports Academy are joining together to create a new sports program in China.

Henan University is one of the most prestigious universities in China and is one of the oldest, celebrating its 100th anniversary this coming year. Under the partnership, Henan will provide the land for the new sports academy, while the Shaolin Temple will fund the endeavor. The Academy is responsible for providing the academic programs.

“This, of course is a great partnership, and we are delighted to be a part of it and help move it forward,” said Academy President and CEO Dr. Thomas P. Rosandich. “It is a major development for the Academy in China.”

The sports program at Henan University comes following the Academy’s work since 2006 with his Holiness Abbot Shi Yongxin and the Shaolin Temple to develop a course that introduces Shaolin philosophy and history to people online across the globe.

Anyone interested in learning more about the unique and respected practices and philosophy of this ancient Chinese system can take “The Philosophy of Shaolin Kung Fu” (CEB 205) continuing education course. It derives from “Shaolin Kung Fu Secrets,” which is a 1,500-year-old manuscript that the Abbot gave to the Academy during his visit in November 2006 to receive his honorary doctorate. The Academy recently finished translating the ancient teachings into English and developed an online format to present the Shaolin’s key tenets.

The Academy is also working with Zhengzhou University to begin providing sports-related programs.

Other Academy initiatives in China, include partnering with Dr. Jie “Jack” Guo, the president of WorldTeam Sports, and other organizations to provide sport education at three planned sports cities. In April, the “Juan Antonio Samaranch Sports City” was launched in Fujian, China. Named in honor of Juan Antonio Samaranch, the former President of the International Olympic Committee (IOC), the city’s development includes the creation of a Sports Academy, museum and sports park, Olympic Convention Center, the International Olympic Champion Training and Therapeutic Center and more.

Dr. Ted Phillips Named the Academy’s New Chair of Sports Studies

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Dr. Ted Phillips, a longtime educator with a strong background in physical education and sport, was named the Academy’s new Chair of Sports Studies.

Phillips began his career as an elementary teacher and worked his way up to serving as a university’s physical education program director, professor and college women’s basketball coach.

At the Academy, Phillips is expected to play a key role with the institution’s five new doctoral teaching assistants. He also will help run the international programs in both Malaysia and the Middle East.

“This is exactly the type of position I’ve been searching for, a position to help the next generation of teachers and coaches,” Phillips said. “My background has given me the unique perspective of all aspects of the teaching and learning process and I want to pass that perspective on to my students.”

In the past, Phillips has held positions that include elementary teacher, principal, athletic director, high school coach, college coach, professor and program director. Both at Lindsey Wilson College in Columbia, Ky., and Western Carolina University in Cullowhee, N.C., Phillips headed the physical education programs.

He has coached basketball, soccer, track and field, volleyball and other sports during his career. At the collegiate level, he has served as the head women’s basketball coach at Virginia Intermont College in Bristol, Va., and UMPQUA Community College in Roseburg, Ore., and an assistant women’s basketball coach at the University of New Orleans.

Phillips has been involved in numerous sports and education research projects, is widely published, including a book, “Creative Movement Activities for Preschoolers: A Perceptual and Tactile Approach,” in 1994 for the American Press. He also has made many presentations to professional organizations.

He earned his doctorate in physical education from the University of Southern Mississippi, his master’s in physical education from the University of New Orleans and a bachelor’s in elementary education at Concordia College in St. Paul, Minn.

Five Doctoral Teaching Assistant Scholarships Awarded by the Academy

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Five new doctoral teaching assistants, who were chosen from more than 100 applicants, will receive scholarships from the United States Sports Academy worth about $40,000 a year and will arrive on campus to begin their work in August.

“This is a very talented group of people,” said Academy President and CEO Thomas P. Rosandich. “We will ensure our residential doctoral program is meaningful and productive for them.”

Each of the scholarships given to the five teaching assistants were awarded in the names of current members of the Academy’s Executive Committee of the Board of Trustees.

A special scholarship was given in recognition of the contributions that Jimmy Carnes made to the Academy’s board and to the United States as University of Florida track and field coach, U.S. Olympic coach, and as the Track and Field Coaches Association president.

Here are the Academy’s new teaching assistants:

The Jimmy Carnes Scholarship will be awarded to Brandon Spradley, a track and field star at the University of Alabama, who hold a master’s degree in Exercise Science and graduated with honors.

The Robert Campbell Scholarship will be awarded to Patrick Brennan, who holds a law degree from the largest law school in this country, Thomas M. Cooley Law School, which was founded by his great-grandfather.  He is a cum laude graduate of Michigan State.

The Dr. Milly Cowles Scholarship has been awarded to Kristy Crowley, whose master’s degree comes from Columbia University and who is currently a professional basketball player in Denmark.

The Dr. Marino J. Niccolai Scholarship has been awarded to John Petty, who holds a master’s degree in Kinesiology from Fresno Pacific University and who is a former U.S. Army captain and helicopter pilot.

The Dr. George Uhlig Scholarship has been awarded to Amber Magner, who holds a degree in Sport Management from the University of New Orleans and who has experience as a women’s basketball coach and as a professor in Sport Management.

They are scheduled to arrive on campus Monday, Aug. 1, with the exception of Crowley, who is on a professional basketball contract in Denmark. She will arrive Friday, Aug. 12.

The three-year residential doctoral program cycle that these students will be going through commences Tuesday, Sept. 6.

People Places & Programs

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Dr. Ted Phillips, Chair of Sport Studies

Dr. Ted Phillips, Chair of Sport Studies

Dr. Thomas. Rosandich attended the annual presidents’ meeting of the Alabama Association of Independent Colleges and Universities in Montgomery on June 29, 2011. The AAICU discussed many issues facing their universities, such as a potentially costly U.S. Department of Education rule supported in bills moving through the U.S. Congress that would require every university to obtain a license in every state in the union in which they operate. This is cost-prohibitive for institutions with distance learning programs.

Dr. Ted Phillips is the new Chair of Sport Studies. Dr. Phillips has more than 35-years experience as a college professor and coach, high school athletic director, principal and elementary teacher. Among his duties were serving as the Physical Education Program Director at Western Carolina University in Cullowhee, N.C., and head and assistant coach for women’s basketball programs at Virginia Intermont College in Bristol, Va., University of New Orleans and UMPQUA Community College in Roseburg, Ore.

The Academy’s Dean of Administration and Finance Holly McLellan and Director of Communications Duwayne Escobedo attended the Baldwin County United meeting in Foley, Ala., on June 21, 2011, to listen to state lawmakers from Baldwin and Mobile counties present a wrap up of the 2011 legislative session.

Dr. David Shrock, will teach Sports Marketing in Thailand from July 18-22, 2011. Dr. Shrock is currently a Professor of Allied Health at Modesto Junior College in California. The courses are delivered in conjunction with the Sports Authority of Thailand (SAT) and are a part of the Academy’s international certification programs in sports management and coaching.

Dr. Lawrence P. Bestmann, an Academy professor emeritus, recently published “You can, you Can!” His second children’s book is a motivational movement arts book about a frog coach who motivates an awkward young boy into becoming coordinated.

Dr. Robert Cantu, the Academy’s 2010 Dr. Ernest Jokl Sports Medicine Award winner, will be the Keynote Speaker at the second annual United States Olympic Committee’s Sports Medicine Symposium, “Exploring Concussions Head On: Current Concepts,” scheduled July 23, 2011, in Colorado Springs, Colo.

An 8-foot bronze statue of rock ‘n’ roll icon Chuck Berry was recently completed by Harry Weber, 2011 Sport Artist of the Year. The statue was installed at University City, Mo., and a formal dedication is scheduled July 29, 2011.

2000 Sport Artist of the Year Charles Billich Plans to Paint Mural in Academy’s Atrium

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2000 Sport Artist of the Year Charles Billich and President and CEO Thomas P. Rosandich discuss painting a mural of a sports clock in the building's atrium during Billich's recent visit to the Academy.

2000 Sport Artist of the Year Charles Billich and President and CEO Thomas P. Rosandich discuss painting a mural of a sports clock in the building’s atrium during Billich’s recent visit to the Academy.

World-renowned Australian painter Charles Billich is currently working on the design of a 20-foot clock painting, which will be constructed on the outside wall of the United States Sports Academy’s atrium.

The Academy’s 2000 Sport Artist of the Year began concocting his idea while visiting the Daphne, Ala., campus during the Fourth of July weekend. It would be the third mural painted on the Academy’s outside walls.

“I had the pleasure of having Charles (Billich) on campus and we did work on an idea that we will pursue with vigor,” said Academy President and CEO Dr. Thomas P. Rosandich. “The plan is to place a giant clock on the outside wall of our atrium. The numbers will be represented by athletic figures.”

Some details about the project, such as a timeline for construction, are still being worked out.

Pictured are examples of some clocks painted by Charles Billich that may become part of a new mural in the Academy's atrium.

Pictured are examples of some clocks painted by Charles Billich that may become part of a new mural in the Academy’s atrium.

In 1998 for the Academy’s 25th Anniversary Celebration, great Spanish artist Cristóbal Gabarrón painted “A Tribute to the Human Spirit” on the face of the main building. The mural is dedicated to the 50th anniversary of Jackie Robinson breaking the color barrier in professional baseball. At 27-feet (two stories) high and 12-feet wide, the mural by Gabarrón, 1992 Sports Artist of the Year, is one of the largest public offerings of art in the United States.

Then in October 2008, Robert Wyland, America’s premier marine life artist who is known as the “Marine Michelangelo,” painted a mural of three dolphins swimming on the Academy’s east entrance. Wyland’s “Whaling Walls,” a series of 100 murals in more than 70 cities throughout the world, is the largest on-going arts in public places project by a single individual.

Billich has become known worldwide for his surrealist artwork. He was named the Official Artist for the Australian team at the 1996 Atlanta Olympic Games, and also has been a recipient of the coveted Spoleto Award in Italy.

Currently, the Academy’s featured exhibit in its main gallery is 16 of some of the most recent works by Billich. This body of work titled, “Bing Mah Yong,” exposes the sport of the tomb of China’s first emperor, Qin Shi Huang, who reigned from 246 B.C.–210 B.C. Billich is “manipulating reality” in the exhibit by featuring the terra cotta soldiers of ancient China as modern Olympians.

His art works are held in the most illustrious collections and museums around the world, from the Australian Embassy, Japan, and The Royal Collection of Thailand, to the United Nations, New York, and the Vatican.

Dallas Mavericks’ Nowitzki and Chinese Tennis Player Li Na Named Academy’s June Athletes of the Month

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Dirk Nowitzki

Dirk Nowitzki

Dallas Mavericks’ Forward Dirk Nowitzki, who led his team to its first NBA championship, and women’s tennis player Li Na, the first Chinese player, man or woman, to win a Grand Slam singles title, have earned the United States Sports Academy’s Male and Female June Athlete of the Month Awards.

Nowitzki, whose team defeated the Miami Heat in the finals, led his team in June when it counted most—the fourth period. The 33-year-old NBA veteran earned the Academy’s Male Athlete of the Month award for the second straight month by scoring 62 of his 156 total points in the final period of the six-game series. The 7-foot German averaged 26 points and 9.7 rebounds per game in the finals. He is one of only four players in NBA history with career postseason averages better than 25 points and 10 rebounds.

Li Na

Li Na

Meanwhile, Li Na recently celebrated her French Open victory with a homecoming celebration in Bejing hosted by the Women’s Tennis Association. Ranked No. 6, she made history as the first Chinese person to capture the French Open title. She beat defending champion Francesca Schiavone of Italy 6-4, 7-6 (0) at Roland Garros. Li Na used powerful ground strokes to compile a 31-12 edge in winners and to win the last nine points of the match.

The public is invited to participate in the worldwide Athlete of the Month nomination and ballot voting processes. Visit the Academy website to submit your nominations each month, and then return to the website between the first and second Tuesdays of each month to vote on the Athlete of the Month. The votes along with the Academy’s selection committee choose the winners and they are announced on the Academy’s website and in the online edition of the The Sport Update.

Finishing second in the male athlete category was PGA golfer Rory McIlroy, who shot a 16-under 268 to win the 2011 U.S. Open. No one in history has played an Open in fewer strokes or more under par. McIlroy, who won by 8 strokes and lead the Open from start to finish, posted four round totals of 65-66-68-69. McIlroy, 22 years, 46 days old, also became the second youngest player to win a major since World War II.

The runner up to Li Na in the Female June Athlete of the Month voting was another golfer—Yani Tseng of Taiwan. At the age of 22, she became the youngest professional golfer to win four LPGA majors. When Se Ri Pak (LPGA) and Tiger Woods (PGA) won their fourth major titles, they were both 24 years old. No.1-ranked Tseng won the Wegmans LPGA Championship by closing with a 6-under par 66 en route to a 19-under 269 victory total. Her 10-shot win at the LPGA Championship is a record and her 269 total, which included 27 birdies, tied the record for lowest score in relation to par ever shot in a major championship, by man or woman.

Third place winners were Rafael Nadal, who won the French Open men’s title, and Dallas Escobedo, a standout freshman pitcher who led Arizona State University to the NCAA Women’s College World Series. The 25-year-old Nadal tied Bjorn Borg for the most French Open titles with six. Escobedo was 5-0 in the championship series and earned the co-Most Outstanding Player award.

The winners will be considered as a candidate for the 2011 Athlete of the Year ballot. In December 2011, the Academy will name the Male and Female Athlete of the Year for the 27th consecutive year. The recipients of these prestigious awards are selected annually through worldwide balloting hosted by the Academy in conjunction with USA Today and NBC Sports.

In 2010, the Male Athlete of the Year was Spain’s star football (soccer) player David Villa and the Female Athlete of the Year was South Korea’s No. 1 figure skater Yuna Kim. Both of these individuals dominated 2010’s ballot, receiving more than 12 votes per second from across the world.

Academy Honors Smith and Cleary for their Outstanding Contributions to Sports

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Ohio State University Associate Vice President and Director of Athletics Gene Smith (center) accepted the United States Sports Academy’s 2010 Carl Maddox Sports Management Award Thursday, June 16 at the National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics annual convention in Orlando. Dr. Gary Cunningham (left), an Academy Board of Trustees member and 2005 winner of the Maddox award, made the presentation with Academy Vice President Dr. T.J. Rosandich (right).

Ohio State University Associate Vice President and Director of Athletics Gene Smith (center) accepted the United States Sports Academy’s 2010 Carl Maddox Sports Management Award Thursday, June 16 at the National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics annual convention in Orlando. Dr. Gary Cunningham (left), an Academy Board of Trustees member and 2005 winner of the Maddox award, made the presentation with Academy Vice President Dr. T.J. Rosandich (right).

For their longtime contributions and achievements in sports, the Unites States Sports Academy recently honored Ohio State Vice President and Athletic Director Gene Smith and Michael Cleary, the National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics executive director for 46 years, at the NACDA annual convention in Orlando.

Smith accepted the Academy’s 2010 Carl Maddox Sports Management Award for successfully guiding one of the nation’s most comprehensive and successful college athletic programs since 2005. Also at the NACDA annual convention June 16, the Academy paid tribute to Cleary for building NACDA into one of the premier collegiate organizations during his long tenure there.

Smith and Cleary were honored during a ceremony at the NACDA convention in front of a room full of a who’s who of current and former athletic directors, including many past recipients of Academy awards. Dr. Gary Cunningham, an Academy Board of Trustees member and 2005 winner of the Maddox award, made the award presentation to Smith.

The Carl Maddox Sport Management Award, named in honor of the former Athletic Director of Louisiana State University and Mississippi State University, is given annually to an individual for his contributions to the growth and development of sport enterprise through effective management practices. The individual should exhibit mastery of all the management functions, be well known in the sport arena, and have an abiding belief in the need for ethical behavior in sport management.

Michael Cleary (center), who is stepping down as National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics after 46 years, was honored by the United States Sports Academy on Thursday, June 16 at the NACDA annual convention in Orlando. Pictured with Cleary are Bob Vecchione (right), the new NACDA executive director, and Academy Vice President T.J. Rosandich (left).

Michael Cleary (center), who is stepping down as National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics after 46 years, was honored by the United States Sports Academy on Thursday, June 16 at the NACDA annual convention in Orlando. Pictured with Cleary are Bob Vecchione (right), the new NACDA executive director, and Academy Vice President T.J. Rosandich (left).

At Ohio State, Smith oversees 36 fully-funded varsity sports and more than 1,000 student-athletes. The department of athletics is completely self-supporting and receives no university funds, tax dollars or student fees. In fiscal year 2009-10, the department transferred nearly $30 million in assessments to the university, including more than $13 million in grant-in-aid reimbursement. In Smith’s first three years at Ohio State, the department of athletics finished in the black financially and increased its reserve fund.

As a former college athlete and coach, Smith is passionate about the well-being of student-athletes.

“We want to create an environment for our student-athletes to be successful academically, athletically and socially,” he said. “The student-athlete experience provides teachable moments that prepare young women and men for success in life.”

Smith is the eighth person and first African-American to hold the athletics director position at Ohio State. During the past 25 years, he has also served as athletic director at Arizona State, Iowa State and Eastern Michigan universities.

Smith is also a past NACDA president and was the organization’s first African-American leader. In 2007, he was named to NACDA’s inaugural “Legends Class.”

Meanwhile, Academy President and CEO Dr. Thomas P. Rosandich credited Cleary for being “the genesis” for the founding of the Academy in 1968. The Academy’s first Board of Visitors consisted of 33 members and all but one were Directors of Athletics. Two of those original members went on to become chairman of the Academy’s Board of Trustees.

“I thank him for the 46 years of leadership that he has given the association,” Rosandich said. “I know what it takes to build an organization and nobody could have done it better than Mr. Cleary.”

Cleary will continue to serve as NACDA director emeritus for the next three years. Bob Vecchione is taking over for Cleary, who received an Honorary Doctorate in 2003 from the Academy.

“I’ve had great presidents who have given our association the leadership we have needed to reach the height that we have attained,” Cleary said.

Cleary, who was named the organization’s executive director in 1965, has overseen the creation of NACDA’s Convention, its 11 affiliate associations, Facilities Workshop, Security Summit, the NACDA Daily Review, the Learfield Sports Directors’ Cup and Athletics Administration. As president of the John McLendon Minority Scholarship Foundation, Cleary has been responsible for raising more than $2 million to date.

NACDA is the professional and educational association for more than 6,500 college athletics administrators at more than 1,600 institutions throughout the United States, Canada and Mexico.

Tennessee Vice Chancellor Joan Cronan Earns 2011 Carl Maddox Sports Management Award

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Joan Cronan, the Academy's 2011 Carl Maddox Sports Management Award winner.

Joan Cronan, the Academy’s 2011 Carl Maddox Sports Management Award winner.

For the past 28 years, Joan Cronan has led the women’s athletic programs at the University of Tennessee and now she is playing a major role in the school’s sports future as the interim vice chancellor and athletic director for both men’s and women’s athletics.

Cronan is the first woman in Southeastern Conference history to oversee an entire athletics department. Because of that and her long record of success, she earned the United States Sports Academy’s 2011 Carl Maddox Sports Management Award. The award, named in honor of the former Athletic Director of Louisiana State University and Mississippi State University, is given annually to an individual for his or her contributions to the growth and development of sport enterprise through effective management practices. The individual should exhibit mastery of all the management functions, be well known in the sport arena, and have an abiding belief in the need for ethical behavior in sport management.

“The University of Tennessee is fortunate to have Joan Cronan in such a pivotal leadership role in our athletics department. She is a perfect example of what the Maddox Sports Management Award is all about because she does things the right way,” said UT Chancellor Dr. Jimmy Cheek.

Under Cronan’s direction since 1983, the Lady Vols program has won 10 national titles, 50 combined Southeastern Conference regular-season and tournament championships, and captured the SEC’s women’s all-sport award from the New York Times for three consecutive years.

Currently, Cronan is Tennessee’s interim vice chancellor and interim athletic director. She was named to the position June 9 and will help oversee the consolidation of the men’s and women’s athletic departments and assist in hiring a new athletic director.

Her first duty in the combined role was the pivotal hiring of new UT head baseball coach Dave Serrano on June 16.

“My job as an athletic director has always been to look at how you make the coaches’ job the best it can be, to make the student-athletes’ experience the best it can be and to make the university be represented with class,” Cronan said.

Cronan, who served on the Academy’s Board of Trustees, has been honored frequently over the years. Tennessee’s success in both the athletic and academic realms speaks volumes to her decision-making and leadership ability, as demonstrated by her appointment to the 2010 NCAA Division I Leadership Council and selected by her peers as the president of the National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics (NACDA) in 2008-09. Cronan is also a former president of the National Association of Collegiate Women Athletics Administrators (NACWAA).

Both organizations have also honored Cronan as well. She was selected by NACWAA to receive its 2005 Athletic Director of the Year award. In 2004, Cronan was honored by NACDA with its Southeast Region Athletic Director of the Year award. She was presented with the Women of Achievement Award: “Women Who Make a Difference” by the International Women’s Forum.

Cronan has been enshrined in the Tennessee Sports Hall of Fame (2008); FCA Hall of Champions (2003); the Knoxville Sports Hall of Fame (1998); the LSU Alumni Hall of Distinction (1995) and the College of Charleston Hall of Fame (1990).

Iron Bowl Monument Addition

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2009 Sport Artist of the Year, sculptor Bruce Larsen (left), Alabama Rep. Randy Davis, R-Daphne (center), and Academy President and CEO Dr. Thomas P. Rosandich (right) discuss the development of an addition to the Iron Bowl Monument located on the Academy’s campus. Larsen created the monument that pays tribute to the 118-year-old college football rivalry between Alabama and Auburn universities. They were attending a reception Tuesday, July 5 in honor of 2000 Sport Artist of the Year Charles Billich, who was visiting from Australia.

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