Champions of Character
The National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics’ Champions of Character provides training to ensure student-athletes know, do and value the right things in all areas of life. The five core values: integrity, respect, responsibility, sportsmanship and servant leadership are put into play, accounted for and tracked at all NAIA schools.
As an NAIA institution, Alice Lloyd College Athletics has developed a Champions of Character campus program that includes:
• Ongoing character education for all student-athletes using the Champions of Character Live 5 orientation program,
• Professional development for coaches and athletics administrative staff including completion of the Character-Driven Coaching course,
• Emphasis on hospitality and game management of athletics events and conduct in competition,
• Servant leadership activities that promote student leadership and athletic community engagement, and
• Ongoing oversight and assessment of progress in the program’s implementation by both Alice Lloyd College Athletics and the NAIA.
Athletes of the Week
We award the Male Student-Athlete of the Week honor to Blountville (TN) senior golfer Aaron Minor. In the NCCAA Mid-East Regional Golf Tournament held at Richmond, Ky, Minor fired a 74-78, for a two-day total of 152. This score was good enough to earn him first place...
We split the Female Student-Athlete of the Week honor between volleyball players Mckenzie Brewer and Kimberly Lee. Saturday was senior day for the volleyball team. Brewer is a four-year member of the Lady Eagles squad while Lee has been a member for three seasons....