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Announcing a 4-Week Voting Campaign for for JILLIAN ALLEYNE's Senior Class Award!

2016 SCA award Alleyne Candidate Spotlight graphicWe need your help!  Jillian Alleyne has made the cut into the top 10 NCAA nominees from across the nation for SENIOR CLASS AWARD* based on four areas of achievement:  Community ~ Classroom ~ Character ~ Competition.  This is a huge honor!

Here's where you come in...  FAN VOTES make up a THIRD of the final scoring process PLUS fans can cast a vote EVERY DAY between now and March 24 when voting ends.

Click here to VOTE NOW!

IT'S A MINI-CIVIL WAR!   As of today, the top vote-getter out of the ten nationwide nominees is Ruth Hamblin of Oregon State with 21.3% of the votes.  Jillian's votes are currently just 1/10th of that.   Therefore the UO Fast Break Club is beginning a four week campaign to boost Jillian's numbers. 

Each day we will post a 'Player Card' photo from the UO Fast Break Club's photo archives on Facebook and Twitter with one of Jillian's awesome game photos, AND a reminder to go vote! 

for daily 'Player Cards' featuring great
action photos of Jillian at work on the court

and a reminder... 

Vote ONCE a day ~ EVERY day ~ for JILL!

The UO Fast Break Club is all about supporting our student athletes by building a beneficial relationship between the program and the community and through Half-time Bingo supporting the Teresa Smith Women's Basketball Scholarship Endowment. Find out how you can be involved in this great organization!  Visit us on the web, on Facebook and on Twitter.

Let's all embrace this unique opportunity to support one of our
most outstanding achievers in Duck history
Now go vote!

*Other key Senior Class Award nominees include Breanna Stewart (20.5%) and Moriah Jefferson (20.5%) both from UConn.   Click here to read more about the history of the Senior Class Award when Dick Enberg first suggested in in 2001 during the 2001 National Championship Game.


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