Valuable Player

Some articles on valuable player, players, player:

Laurie Corbelli - Playing Career - Awards and Honors
... 1976 Most Valuable Player, National AAU Junior Olympics Championship Tournament 1977 USVBA Rookie of the Year, National Tournament, Hilo, Hawaii 1984 Silver Medalist, 1984 Olympic Games, Los Angeles, Calif. 1987 Most Valuable Player, Major League Volleyball 1987-89 Major League Volleyball All-Star and All-Pro Team 1989 Most Valuable Player, Major League Volleyball All-Star ...
List Of National Basketball Association Awards
... Basketball Association (NBA) presents 12 annual awards to recognize its teams and players for their accomplishments ... The NBA's first individual awards were the All-Star Game Most Valuable Player and the Rookie of the Year awards, both of which made their first appearance in 1953 ... First awarded in 1956, the Most Valuable Player (MVP) award is presented to the best performing player of the regular NBA season ...
All-Star Most Valuable Player (PIHA)
... The All-Star Most Valuable Player is awarded to the Professional Inline Hockey Association is deemed the most valuable player in the PIHA All-Star Classic ...
Sarah Pavan - Awards - Individuals - High School
2002 NORCECA Championships Most Valuable Player 2003 Waterloo County All Star (basketball) 2003 Waterloo County Most Valuable Player 2004 Volleyball Magazine "Fab 50" recruit 2004 Prepvolleyball.com ...
Simona Gioli - Awards - Individuals
2007–08 CEV Indesit Champions League Final Four "Most Valuable Player" 2006-07 CEV Cup "Most Valuable Player" 2007 FIVB World Cup "Most Valuable Player" 2007 FIVB World Cup "Best Blocker" ...

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