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Lenoir-Rhyne’s Moffat Named SAC Presidents Award Recipient
Myles Moffat earned the South Atlantic Conference Scholar-Athlete of the Year in men's lacrosse for the third straight season as well.
photo courtesy of Lenoir-Rhyne Athletics

Lenoir-Rhyne’s Moffat Named SAC Presidents Award Recipient

Lenoir-Rhyne’s Myles Moffat was selected as one of the two recipients of the 2021-22 South Atlantic Conference Presidents Award, the Conference announced today.

The highest individual honor presented annually by the South Atlantic Conference, the President’s Award is voted on by the league’s Faculty Athletic Representatives and to be eligible, student-athletes must exemplify excellence in athletics, academics and community service. Further, to be nominated for this prestigious award, the individual must have been honored as the Scholar-Athlete of the Year during the year in one of the league’s 20 sponsored sports.

Moffat, a graduate student attacker from Airdrie, Alberta, Canada has a bachelors in Management and Marketing and recently earned his MBA with a 4.0 GPA. He has made an appearance on the university’s Presidents List three times for having a 3.9 GPA or higher and no B’s. He was awarded the 2021 Wayne B. Powell award which is given to one Lenoir-Rhyne male athlete who embodies excellence in the classroom, on the field and is a true leader on campus. He has been named the Men’s Lacrosse Scholar-Athlete of the Year three times in a row.

“Myles is a special young man. It is no coincidence that since his arrival on campus, our program has achieved historic levels of success on the field, in the classroom and in the community. His legacy and impact on our lacrosse program will be felt for years to come.” Said Head Coach Greg Paradine.

Moffat was involved in many service and leadership opportunities starting with many years of volunteer work at the Catawba County Humane Society caring for dogs and cats, while also cleaning cages, walking dogs and caring for cats. He has been part of the Bears Leadership Academy, a program that develops and educates student-athletes on becoming great leaders on the field and in life. Moffat was involved in Lenoir-Rhyne’s “828 Day,” which included signing autographs and playing games and activities with young kids.

Limestone’s Ebba Hellman was named the women’s recipient of the South Atlantic Conference Presidents Award.