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Brandon Fredericks and Alyssa Trampert Named 2008-2009 Clyde Lamb Scholar Athlete Award Winners

Brandon Fredericks
Baldwin Wallace University baseball student-athlete Brandon Fredericks (Copley/ Richfield Revere) and womenís tennis student-athlete Alyssa Trampert (Orchard Park, N.Y./ Orchard Park) have been named the 2008-2009 Clyde Lamb Scholar-Athlete Award winners for their efforts on the field and in the classroom.

Fredericks compiled an outstanding 3.93 grade point average as a business administration, accounting and finance triple-major. He earned second-team ESPN THE MAGAZINE Academic All-District IV honors in 2009 and was named an honorable mention All-Ohio Athletic Conference performer.

Fredericks had his finest season on the diamond in 2009, posting a 5-4 record and leading the Yellow Jackets with 52 and two-third innings pitched, three complete games and 32 strikeouts.

Fredericks was named an Academic All-OAC pick in 2008 and is a candidate for that honor once again in 2009. He is a Deanís List student and a member of the Chi Alpha Sigma and Alpha Lambda honor societies. Fredericks also received the Academic Excellence Top Sophomore Award at the Student-Athlete Awards Reception in 2007 and had the top freshman athlete GPA in 2006. He was also the President of Accounting and Portfolio Analysis for the BW Investment Club.

Alyssa Trampert

Trampert posted a 3.53 GPA as a health and physical education major. In 2009, she was named honorable mention All-OAC for the second straight season and is a candidate for academic all-district honors.

Trampert posted a 20-7 overall record competing at number five singles in 2008-09 and compiled an outstanding 48-19 record in four seasons. She was also an intricate part of two OAC womenís tennis championship teams that advanced to NCAA Tournament play.

Trampert was awarded the Lee Tressel Scholarship for her interest in coaching/teaching and her positive impact on the campus. She also received the David R. and June Demmerle Scholarship for her potential for a positive influence on the coaching/teaching profession. In addition, Trampert was presented the Hower/Stover Award for her high standard of scholarship, character, leadership, participation and professional potential. She was a Deanís List student, a member of the Zeta Tau Alpha sorority and the founder and co-president of the Physical Education club.

The Clyde Lamb Award, symbolic of the most outstanding student-athlete, is presented annually to one male and one female student-athlete from each of the 10 OAC institutions.

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FOR MORE BW SPORTS INFORMATION, please contact Sports Information Director Kevin Ruple at 440-826-2327 or at or Assistant SID Nick Minerd at 440-826-2780 or To contact Head Baseball Coach Bob Fisher, please call him in his office at 440-826-2182 or email him at To contact Head Women's Tennis Coach Jack Bethlenfalvy, please call him in his office at 440-826-5931 or email him at


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