|ASU's Broaden Named Student-Athlete of Week|
|Written by Chandler Caver|
|Thursday, 28 February 2013 10:54|
Stanley Broaden, a sophomore sprinter at Appalachian State and who is also a member of the ASU men's soccer team, has been named the Southern Conference Student-Athlete of the Week for February 27, the
league office announced today. Sophomore Stanley Broaden broke both the SoCon and App State record in the 60m hurdles at the SoCon Indoor Championships this past weekend. Broaden crossed the line at 7.90 which broke Charles Derrickson's record set in 2007 at the SoCon Championships. The win marks the second year in a row that the Apps have claimed the 60m hurdles title, and helped the Mountaineers claim the men’s indoor track & field championship crown. The exercise science major holds a 3.66 GPA. Other nominees included The Citadel women’s track’s Micah Wessinger, Davidson men’s track’s Demetrios Pagonis, Georgia Southern women’s basketball’s Meredyth Frye, UNCG men’s track’s Paul Chelimo, and Chattanooga women’s basketball’s Kayla Christopher.
Southern Conference Student-Athlete of the Week
Photo Courtesy: Stanley Broaden, ASU Athletics
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