ROOKIE OF THE YEAR
Lexi Thompson
Lexi Thompson (WVB)
» Finished with 323 kills, the fourth-most in a single season and the most by a freshman in school history
» Finished second on the team with 295 digs
» Named Magnolia Invitational MVP
» Helped lead the Rebels to their most wins (22-10) since the 2010 season and tied for the most home wins (12-4) in program history
Jalen Miller
Jalen Miller (MTRK)
» First Team All-American after placing eighth in the 60 meters at the 2014 NCAA Indoor Championships
» Named to the All-SEC second team and SEC All-Freshman team after finishing third in the 60 at the SEC Indoor Championships
» Won a gold medal at the World Junior Championships as a member of Team USA's 4x100-meter relay team
» Two-time SEC Freshman of the Week
A'Queen Hayes
A'Queen Hayes (WBB)
» Averaging 7.1 ppg and 4.2 rebounds per game as Ole Miss' top freshman scorer and rebounder; ranks fourth on the team in scoring and third on the team in rebounding
» Lone Ole Miss rookie to record a double-double with 15 points and 10 rebounds in an Ole Miss road win at Florida
» Has scored in 22 straight games and in 28 of 29 games this season - longest active streak by a Rebel this season. Has eight games in double figures with a career high 16 at Missouri on Feb. 15
» Earned SEC Rookie of the Week honors on Jan. 12 - the first for Ole Miss since the 2010-11 season.
Haynes
Marquis Haynes (MFB)
» First Team Freshman All-America (Sporting News, ESPN.com, Scout.com, Phil Steele, 247Sports, Sports on Earth)
» SEC All-Freshman team (Coaches)
» On the nation's No. 1 ranked scoring defense, led the team with 7.5 sacks and tied for the team lead with 9.0 tackles for loss and three forced fumbles
» Had the fourth-most sacks of any freshman in the country
Jessica Haig
Jessica Haig (WRI)
» Participated in every match for the Rebels
» Led the Rebels in air rifle with a 585.3 average
» Posted a career-high 591 in air rifle against Navy
» Recorded a career-best 573 in smallbore vs. Jacksonville State
Woodman
J.B. Woodman (BA)
» Named a Louisville Slugger Freshman All-America selection by Collegiate Baseball
» Played in 58 games, drawing the start in 51 of them (29 in RF, 22 at DH)
» Hit .298 for the season with 31 runs, 20 RBI, 10 doubles, three triples and two home runs
» Drove in a run and scored a run in the Super Regional clinching win at No. 1 Louisiana-Lafayette (6/9) to clinch a berth in the College World Series
Liza Harbin
Liza Harbin (WSO)
» Tallied two assists on the season, both in a win over Louisiana-Lafayette Helped the Rebels post five shutout victories on the season
» Helped anchor a midfield that posted the five shutouts and allowed only one goal or less in 11 matches on the year
» Started nine of 19 matches on the season
 
 
MOST VALUABLE REBEL
Clair
Nakeyta Clair (WVB)
» Became the second All-American in program history
» Earned All-SEC and All-South Region honors
» Set the school record for kills in a season with 366
» Ranked second in the SEC in hitting percentage at .405
» Helped lead the Rebels to their most wins (22-10) since the 2010 season and tied for the most home wins (12-4) in program history
Allen
Will Allen (BA)
» Named an All-America selection by the National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association and Perfect Game
» Finalist for the Johnny Bench Award (nation's best catcher) and Gregg Olson Award (breakout player of the year)
» Earned Second Team All-SEC accolades
» Started all 69 games, leading the Rebels with a .339 average at the plate
Faleru
Tia Faleru (WBB)
» Averaging 14.6 points per game and 10.5 rebounds per game as the only SEC player to average a double-double
» Scored her 1000th point this season and grabbed her 800 th rebound becoming one of seven players in program history with 1000 point, 800 rebounds and 150 steals. Currently No. 165on all-time scoring list with 1381 career points
» Has posted an SEC best 13 double-doubles this season and moved into No. 5 on the all-time double-double charts at Ole Miss with 33 career double-doubles; one of five player to record 30+ in a career
» 22 games in double figures and 16 games with double-figure rebounds in 2014-15
» All-American candidate and CSpire/Gillom Trophy finalist as well as Nugget Classic All-Tournament Team. Preseason All-SEC second team selection and SEC Player of the Week (Dec. 22)
Golson
Senquez Golson (FB)
» First consensus and unanimous First Team All-American at Ole Miss since Michael Oher in 2008
» Finalist for national defensive player of the year (Bronko Nagurski Trophy)
» Led the SEC and finished second in the nation with a school record-tying 10 interceptions
» Sealed the Rebels' historic 23-17 win over No. 1 Alabama with an interception in the end zone in which he leaped over 6-foot-6 Crimson Tide tight end O.J. Howard
Weisz
Alison Weisz (WRI)
» Qualified for the NCAA Championships for the second straight year
» Earned a bid in smallbore after competing in air rifle as a freshman
» Set the school record for smallbore with a 589 at the Withrow Invitational
» Posted a 583 in smallbore at the NCAA Qualifier
Moody
Stefan Moody (MBB)
» Two-time SEC Player of the Week honoree
» Leads the SEC in scoring in league games at 18.4 ppg
» Ranks fifth in the nation and leads the conference in free throw percentage at 91.2%
» Leads the SEC with 1.9 steals/game, ranks third in 3-pointers made (2.6/game), seventh in 3-point percentage (.364) and eighth in field goal percentage (.415)
» Five 20-plus point games in SEC play … Hit game winning 3-pointer against Florida.
McCormick
Kelly McCormick (WSO)
» Helped the Rebels post five shutouts on the year and 11 matches with one goal or fewer on the season
» Set the school record for career wins (42), career saves (297), career minutes played in goal (6,897) and tied for first in career shutouts (22)
» Played 1,831 minutes in goal, all but nine minutes on the season as a senior
» Started all 19 matches in goal to extend her streak of consecutive matches started to 72 dating back to her freshman season
Kendricks
Sam Kendricks (MTRK)
» Won his second straight NCAA outdoor pole vault title, becoming the first Ole Miss back-to-back outdoor national champion since Savante' Stringfellow in the long jump in 2000 and 2001
» Won the U.S. outdoor pole vault title and ranked No. 16 in the world in 2014
» Won the SEC indoor and outdoor pole vault titles
» SEC Men's Indoor Field Athlete of the Year
» Won the pole vault at every indoor and outdoor meet in 2014 except when he finished runner-up at the NCAA Indoor Championships
Rohde-Moe
Caroline Rohde-Moe (WTE)
» Named the Most Improved Senior for the ITA South Region
» Helped lead the Rebels to their sixth consecutive NCAA appearance and a win over Texas Tech in the first round
» A two-time All-SEC honoree
Scholtz
Nik Scholtz (MTE)
» SEC Player of the Year
» Became the first player in program history to be named SEC Freshman and Player of the Year
» Three-time All-American
» Went 16-1 at No. 1 singles
» Finished the year ranked No. 14 in singles
COACH OF THE YEAR
Insell
Matt Insell
» In his second season at Ole Miss has led the Rebels to the most overall wins (17) and SEC wins (7) since the 2009-10 season; to date has won five more overall and SEC games than in 2013-14
» Led Ole Miss to two wins over ranked opponents for the first time since 2009-10; snapping a streak of 24 consecutive losses to ranked opponents and with a win over No. 13/11 Kentucky snapped a steak of 20 straight losses to AP top-15 ranked foes
» Led Ole Miss to its first winning record since 2009-10, which makes the women's basketball team postseason eligible for the first time since 2009-10. To date, Ole Miss is 17-12 and 7-9 SEC with a chance to the qualify for the NCAA Tournament which would be Ole Miss' first appearance since 2006-07
Freeze
Hugh Freeze
» Directed Ole Miss to a nine-win season and one of the inaugural New Year's Six bowls, the Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl
» First coach in school history to lead the Rebels to bowl appearances in each of his first three seasons
» Led Ole Miss to wins over four 10-win teams, including the program's first ever victory over the nation's top-ranked team (beat No. 1 Alabama 23-17)
» Ole Miss was nationally ranked for the entire year, rising as high as No. 3 and finishing at No. 17
» Finalist for the Bobby Dodd and Bear Bryant National Coach of the Year awards
McRoberts
Steven McRoberts
» Led the Rebels to a 22-10 overall record, most wins since the 2007 season
» Posted the most home wins in program history at 12-4
» Nakeyta Clair earned All-America honors, becoming just the second All-American in program history
» Nakeyta Clair set the single season record for kills (366), Aubrey Edie set the single season record for assists (1,322) and Melanie Crow set the single season record for aces (42)
Bianco
Mike Bianco
» Led Ole Miss Baseball to its first trip to the College World Series since 1972
» Coached three All-America selections and nine players selected in the 2014 MLB Draft
» Guided the Rebels to their fifth NCAA Super Regional appearance in the last 10 seasons
» Ole Miss claimed the SEC Western Division title for the third time under Bianco's leadership
Beyers
Mark Beyers
» Led the Rebels to their sixth consecutive NCAA appearance
» Rebels advanced to the second round of the NCAA Championships
» Julia Jones earned All-SEC honors
» Team earned their 18th straight ITA All-Academic Team Award
» Caroline Rohde-Moe graduated with honors and earned Capital One Academic All-District honors
Kennedy
Andy Kennedy
» Posted a 19-10 overall record and a 10-6 mark in league play
» Tied for fourth in the SEC standings
» Won a school record four-straight SEC road game and the six-game SEC winning streak was the longest since 1937-38
» Ole Miss' seven true road win are the most for the Rebels since 1937-38.
TEAM OF THE YEAR
Women's Volleyball
» Posted a 22-10 overall record, most wins since 2007 season
» Posted the most home wins in program history at 12-4
» Posted the best start in school history at 14-0
» Won four tournament titles
» Nakeyta Clair earned All-America honors, becoming just the second All-American in program history
Women's Soccer
» Posted a shutout of Alabama to post the program's fourth consecutive win over the Crimson Tide
» Posted five shutout victories on the season
» Picked up a 1-0 shutout of Mississippi State on the road to post a second straight victory over the Bulldogs
» Posted an 8-6-5 record on the year and finished 3-4-4 in SEC play
Women's Basketball
» First winning season since 2009-10 and postseason eligible since 2009-10 in just the second season under head coach Matt Insell
» To date, has earned most wins in five years and has a chance to reach 20 wins for the first time since 2006-07, when they advanced to the NCAA Elite Eight
» Knocked of two ranked opponents for the first time since 2009-10 snapping a streak of 24 consecutive losses against ranked opponents, dating back to the 2009-10 season.
Women's Tennis
» Earned their sixth consecutive NCAA appearance
» Advanced to the second round of the NCAA Championships
» Earned the ITA All-Academic Team Award for the 18th year in a row
» Julia Jones earned All-SEC honors
Baseball
» Knocked off No. 1 Louisiana-Lafayette, advancing to the College World Series for the first time in program history since 1972
» Finished third in the 2014 College World Series, tying the 1956 Rebels for the best finish in school history
» Posted an overall record of 48-21 and captured the SEC West Division title
» Had three All-America honorees as well as nine players selected in the 2014 MLB Draft
Football
» Ole Miss won nine games and played in the Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl, one of the inaugural New Year's Six bowl gamesOle Miss won nine games and played in the Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl, one of the inaugural New Year's Six bowl games
» The Rebels beat four 10-win teams for the first time in school history, including the program's first ever victory over the nation's top-ranked team (beat No. 1 Alabama 23-17)
» Other triumphs over 10-win teams were against the top two non-Power Five teams in the rankings (Boise State and Memphis) and a 31-17 Egg Bowl win that knocked Mississippi State out of a possible College Football Playoff berth
» The "Landshark" defense was the No. 1 scoring defense in the country, allowing just 16.0 points per outing
Men's Cross Country
» Won the NCAA South Region Championship and made the program's first ever team appearance at the NCAA Cross Country Championships
» Finished runners-up at the SEC Championships, matching the best result in program history that first occurred in 1968
» Boasted three members of the All-SEC first team (Wesley Gallagher, Sean Tobin, Robert Domanic), three SEC All-Freshman selections (Tobin, Taylor Caldwell, Mark Robertson) and the SEC Freshman of the Year (Tobin)
Men's Basketball
» Posted a 19-10 overall record and a 10-6 mark in league play
» Tied for fourth in the SEC standings
» Won a school record four-straight SEC road games and its six-game SEC winning streak was the longest since 1937-38
» Ole Miss' seven true road win are the most for the Rebels since 1937-38.
COMMUNITY OUTREACH AWARD
Women's Basketball Baseball
Women's Rifle Football
Women's Soccer Men's Track and Field

HOTTYTODDY OF THE YEAR
Hovatter
Alison Hovatter (WGO)
Singletary
Amber Singletary (WBB)
Lindsey
Lauren Lindsey (SB)
Harrison
Olivia Harrison (WSOC)
Weathersby
Scott Weathersby (BA)
Gamble
Forest Gamble (MGO)
Treadwell
Laquon Treadwell (FB)
Backstrom
Johan Backstrom (MTE)

ROOKIE OF THE YEAR: A standout freshman who demonstrated outstanding athletic performance on the field. This award is solely based on performance and results throughout their season.
MOST VALUABLE REBEL: An overall standout athlete who demonstrated outstanding athletic performance on the field and has been instrumental to the team's success. This award is solely based on performance and results throughout their 2014 season.
COACH OF THE YEAR: A head coach who has had significant impact on their team's success and/or has aided in the teams great improvement over the last season.
TEAM OF THE YEAR: A team that has had tremendous success over the last season or has improved greatly from the season before. The team of the year is calculated based on their athletic, academic and community service performance during 2014.
COMMUNITY OUTREACH AWARDS: The team that has been involved in the community above and beyond what is required.
HOTTYTODDY AWARD: An athlete who shows passion for the sport and team. Even though this individual might not necessarily be the highest performer, the team could not prosper without this individual's spirit, positive attitude and energy.

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