2011 Jim Nantz Award Winner

2011-faust Alex Faust, Jr, Northeastern
The nation’s most outstanding collegiate sports broadcaster for 2011.

2011 STAA All-Americans

John Kurtz (Sr, Kansas State)
Mike Lefko, (Sr, Syracuse)
Tony Simeone (Sr, Pepperdine)
Brian Boesch (Sr, Ohio)
Alex Perlman (Sr, Syracuse)

2011 Jim Nantz Award presentation, NSSA Awards Banquet

Top 20

  1. Alex Faust (Jr, Northeastern)
  2. John Kurtz (Sr, Kansas State)
  3. Mike Lefko, (Sr, Syracuse)
  4. Tony Simeone (Sr, Pepperdine)
  5. Brian Boesch (Sr, Ohio)
  6. Alex Perlman (Sr, Syracuse)
  7. Mark Minner (Jr, Butler University)
  8. Dan Moscaritolo (Sr, Syracuse)
  9. John Miller (Sr, Drury)
  10. Greg Talbott (So, Gonzaga)
  11. Matthew Stucko (Quinnipiac University)
  12. Tommy Lopez, (So. Virginia Commonwealth)
  13. Jonathan Kendrick (Jr, USC)
  14. Caleb Troop (Sr, Ohio)
  15. Benjamin Barker (Jr, Emerson College)
  16. Justin Allegri (Sr, San Jose State)
  17. Kyle West (Sr, Kansas)
  18. Gary Kowal (So, Monmouth University)
  19. Ryan Foutty (So, DePauw)
  20. Mason Lowry (Sr. University of Toledo)

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): Pat Boylan (So, Ball State), Riley Corcoran (Sr, Washington State), Kyle Decklebaum (Jr, Wisconsin), Tom DiBenedetto (Sr, Columbia), Daniel Duquette (Sr, Boston College), Tom Ferguson (Sr, Penn State), Kevin Foedingerr (Sr, Penn State), Christian Heimall (Sr, Hofstra), Wade Hilligoss (Sr, Nebraska), Ryan Hruska (Jr, Nebraska), Robert Lippolis (Sr, SUNY Oswego), Ryan Piers (Sr, North Central College), Jared Shafran (Jr, Northeastern), Andrew Stossmeister (Sr, Fort Hays State), Dave Walkovic (Jr, Penn State)