Past Winners
Past Winners - 2015
Men's Rookie of the Year: Jalen Miller, track and field
Women's Rookie of the Year: Lexi Thompson, volleyball
Men's Community Service Outreach: Football
Women's Community Service Outreach: Women's Basketball
Men's Scholar-Athlete of the Year: Forrest Gamble, golf and Jonathan Redding, track and field
Women's Scholar Athlete of the Year: Stani Schiavone, golf
Men's Hotty Toddy (Spirit) Award: Scott Weathersby, baseball
Women's Hotty Toddy (Spirit) Award: Lauren Lindsey, softball
Men's Coach of the Year: Mike Bianco, baseball
Women's Coach of the Year: Steven McRoberts, volleyball
Men's Most Valuable Rebel: Sam Kendricks, track and field
Women's Most Valuable Rebel: Tia Faleru, basketball
Men's Team of the Year: Baseball
Women's Team of the Year: Volleyball
Bennie Abram Award: John Ratliff, football
Play of the Year: Jaylen Walton's 91-yard touchdown run in the win over No. 4 Mississippi State
Game of the Year: Football's historic win over No. 1 Alabama
Fan Favorites: Gracie Frizzell, Laquon Treadwell
Past Winners - 2014
Men's Rookie of the Year Laquon Treadwell
Women's Rookie of the Year Asia Cooper
Men's Community Service Outreach Scott Weathersby
Women's Community Service Outreach Rachael McLamore
Men's Scholar-Athlete of the Year Andrew Ritter
Women's Scholar Athlete of the Year Caroline Rohde-Moe
Men's Hotty Toddy (Spirit) Award Deterrian Shackelford
Women's Hotty Toddy (Spirit) Award Skylar Johnson
Men's Coach of the Year Hugh Freeze
Women's Coach of the Year Matthew Mott
Men's Most Valuable Player Sam Kendricks
Women's Most Valuable Player Rafaelle Souza
Men's Team of the Year Track & Field
Women's Team of the Year Soccer
Men's Bennie Abram Award Jordan Holder
Women's Bennie Abram Award Rachael McLamore
Play of the Year Jeff Scott's game-winning touchdown run at Vanderbilt
Game of the Year Football's last-second win over LSU
Fan Favorite Marshall Henderson
Past Winners - 2013
Women's Rookie of the Year Ty Laporte
Men's Rookie of the Year Denzel Nkemdiche
Women's Community Outreach Award Maggie McFerrin
Men's Community Outreach Award Will Allen
Women's Scholar-Athlete Award Sofia Hellberg-Jonsen
Men's Scholar-Athlete Award Adrian Forberg Skokeng
Play of the Year Marshall Henderson
Women's Hotty Toddy Award Courtney Marbra
Men's Hotty Toddy Award Jason Jones
Women's Coach of the Year Mark Beyers
Men's Coach of the Year Andy Kennedy
Game of the Year Men's Basketball - SEC Championship
Fan Favorite Rebel Donte Moncrief
Women's Most Valuable Rebel Rafaelle Souza
Men's Most Valuable Rebel Marshall Henderson
Women's Team of the Year Tennis
Men's Team of the Year Men's Basketball
Past Winners - 2012
Women's Rookie of the Year Fabia McDonald
Men's Rookie of the Year Jarvis Summers
Women's Community Outreach Award Gabby Rangel
Men's Community Outreach Award D.T. Shackleford
Women's Scholar-Athlete Award Dylan Jourdan
Men's Scholar-Athlete Award Chad Bounds
Play of the Year Katie Breathitt
Women's Hotty Toddy Award Morgan Springer
Men's Hotty Toddy Award Jason Jones
Women's Coach of the Year Joe Walker
Men's Coach of the Year Joe Walker
Game of the Year Baseball Team
Fan Favorite Rebel Terrance Henry
Women's Most Valuable Rebel Valencia McFarland
Men's Most Valuable Rebel Ricky Robertson
Women's Team of the Year Track and Field
Men's Team of the Year Track and Field
Past Winners-2011
Women's Rookie of the Year Valencia McFarland
Men's Rookie of the Year Ricky Robertson
Women's Community Outreach Award Juliana Smith
Men's Community Outreach Award Lee Moore
Women's Scholar-Athlete Award Gabby Rangel
Men's Scholar-Athlete Award Lee Moore
Play of the Year Chris Warren
Women's Hotty Toddy Award Morgan Springer
Men's Hotty Toddy Award Tucker Vorster
Women's Coach of the Year Joe Getzin
Men's Coach of the Year Billy Chadwick
Game of the Year Men's Basketball Team
Fan Favorite Rebel Jerrell Powe
Women's Most Valuable Rebel Regina Thomas
Men's Most Valuable Rebel Barnabas Kirui
Women's Team of the Year Tennis
Men's Team of the Year Tennis
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