FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. – The 2013-14 year was filled with highlights and memories. Now you – the fans, family and all Lumberjack faithful – have the chance to vote for what you believe is the NAU Moment of the Year.
The voting will take place through the NAU Athletics Facebook page and @NAUAthletics on Twitter. Lumberjack fans can cast their vote through Facebook (likes/shares) or Twitter (retweets/favorites). Whether through Facebook or Twitter, votes must be cast on the ORIGINAL post or tweet sent out by NAU Athletics, which you can also do below for each moment.
Voting will continue until Sunday, April 27 at 7 p.m. Let your voice be heard and show your support for our outstanding student-athletes.
Listed below are the seven Moments of the Year up for voting (in alphabetical order).
Quinton Upshur drained a three-pointer in overtime to push NAU’s 73-71 victory at Weber State, halting the Wildcats’ Big Sky record 27 straight home wins and snapping NAU’s 12-game losing streak to Weber State.
Amanda Frost’s seventh three-pointer (of a school-record tying eight) in NAU’s 86-70 win at Northern Colorado broke the Lumberjacks’ single season scoring record with 540 points (finished the season with 652 points).
Ryan Reardon “Superman-ed” over the Cal Poly line to stop the Mustangs on 4th-and-1 to seal NAU’s 17-13 road win and grab the No. 1 spot on Sportcenter’s Top 10 Plays.
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Nicole Sherwin netted the golden goal off an assist from Savannah Berry in NAU’s 1-0 thrilling overtime win over Northern Colorado in the 93rd minute.
Swimming & Diving
Jordan Burnes, Urte Kazakeviciute and Stirling Smith propelled NAU to its first ever WAC Championship by sweeping the three medals in the 200 breaststroke – an event the Lumberjacks took four of the top-five spots.
Track & Field
Lauren Laszczak set a personal record and tied the second best all-time mark in NAU history in the high jump, clearing a height of 1.83m (6-0) for the first time in her career at the Mountain T’s Invitational.
Payton Bock slammed down the final point of the match, clinching a dramatic five-set win over Idaho State, the eventual Big Sky Champions, in NAU’s conference opener.