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Ruben Guerrero has won the NCAA DI Male Sportsmanship Award

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Ruben Guerrero, University of South Florida

Standing 7 feet tall, Ruben Guerrero presents an intimidating exterior, especially when he’s blocking shots on the basketball court. However, Guerrero, voted by his peers as the most spirited student-athlete at South Florida, is a gentle giant.

Guerrero has committed himself to supporting all of the school’s athletics teams and does so in a respectful manner. During a South Florida tennis match in March, Guerrero was able to calm a rambunctious crowd by encouraging the group to cheer more appropriately.

“Ruben is an amazing and genuine person who is a great example of what a good sportsman in collegiate athletics should resemble,” said Guerrero’s nominator, Jodie Libadisos, South Florida’s associate athletics director for student-athlete engagement.

The South Florida junior also was awarded the American Athletic Conference Sportsmanship Award, which is voted on by all 10 basketball coaches in the conference.




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