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Frame, Hensley named Athletes of the Year at inaugural Frosty Awards

Carson-Newman's Ross Frame and Kelli Hensley, recipients of the inaugural Frosty Awards for athlete of the year.

Carson-Newman’s Ross Frame and Kelli Hensley, recipients of the inaugural Frosty Awards for athlete of the year.

(April 30, 2014)– Men’s soccer’s Ross Frame and softball’s Kelli Hensley were named male and female athlete of the year, respectively, at the inaugural Frosty Awards held April 29 in Gentry Auditorium.

The winners and nominees for the Frosty Awards follow…(click to read more)

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