Sunday, May 3, 2009

Georgia Bosscher for Callahan '09

Where to start... WHAT isn't Georgia good at?! Well, ping pong, basketball, C-skips and talking normally (to name a few).

So why should YOU vote GB for C'09 in Oh Nine?

She's just like you!
She wears glasses, just like you!
She was stood up for her senior prom, just like you!She's trendy! Just like you!

But the real reason you should vote for her is because she is not like you at all. Not even a little bit.

Georgia embodies every aspect of the Callahan award with athleticism, spirit, skill and leadership that is unmatched in college ultimate. Georgia is the backbone behind Bella's offense and the most versatile weapon a team could have. Without a doubt, she is a phenomenal player, but even more notable is her love for the game and dominant leadership. Georgia is a selfless teammate, always putting Bella Donna first. She plays with heart and drive, but is also an extremely gracious competitor. She's the full package.

Georgia came into Bella Donna in the spring of her sophomore year, immediately making her presence known with her 70" vertical, manly pulls, and giant forehand hucks. After only a short semester on Bella Donna, Georgia tried her luck at captaining and has remained a Bella leader ever since. Georgia leads by example and pumps her teammates up by getting giant layout d's and frightening skies. Georgia will match up against the best players on opposing teams and sky, break and humiliate them. Fortunately for them, she will probably apologize and assure them she just got lucky. If you've ever watched Georgia play, you know that her amazing speed, strength, throws and decisions make her the most dynamic player in college ultimate. Don't believe me? See for yourself.
  • 2004 Jr. World's Captain & silver medalist
  • 2006 Jr. World's Captain & gold medalist
  • Great Lakes FOTY in 2006
  • Spirit of the Game Award 2007
  • Central All-Region 2007 & 2008
  • Captain of Bella Donna 2007-2009
Georgia Bosscher for Callahan '09
Let's help her get the award she deserves.


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