A pair of familiar powers and one rising one contributed five players apiece to the 2015 All-Europe football team, announced Tuesday by DODDS-Europe Athletic Director Karen Seadore.
The DODDS-Europe Division I champion Stuttgart Panthers placed three players among the 20 named to the 2015 All-Europe volleyball teams, announced Tuesday by DODDS-Europe Athletic Director Karen Seadore.
Volleyball athlete of year
The contributions Janey Greenberg makes in a volleyball match aren’t always obvious to the average fan. But the results couldn’t be any clearer.
Football Athlete of Year
For all the talk of what they’d lost, and what they’d be losing in the near future, it was easy to overlook what the Ansbach Cougars still had for the 2015 football season.
Boys tennis athlete of year
Not every elite tennis player that attends a DODDS-Europe high school is particularly interested in winning a DODDS-Europe championship. In recent years, some championship-level players have decided against committing the three required months to the organization’s fall season in favor of more dates on the international circuit.
Girls tennis athlete of year
Aside from how they ended, the two championship runs turned in by Marissa Encarnacion over the last two seasons could not have been more different.
Boys cross country athlete of year
As a rule, Stuttgart senior Hunter Ficenec would prefer to lead a race throughout. In this year’s DODDS-Europe boys cross country championship race, he settled for leading at the end.
Girls cross country athlete of year
Kayla Smith was something of a mystery to most of the competitors she faced in the DODDS-Europe girls cross country championships this fall, known to most only by the stunning times she turned in each week.
Boys golf athlete of year
It seems there’s not a golfer in DODDS-Europe that can live up to the standard set by Stuttgart junior Jordan Holifield, the 2015 Stars and Stripes boys golf Athlete of the Year.
Girls golf athlete of year
As the 2015 DODDS-Europe girls golf season dawned with a vacancy atop the leaderboard, Kaiserslautern’s Jasmin Acker recognized her opportunity. And she planned to seize it emphatically.
In a game that saw emotions run high on both sides of the field, it was Team Glory that came away with the victory, eking out a 20-14 win over Team Honor.
Inaugural event rewards Europe's top juniors and seniors and showcases their talents.
Kaiserslautern High School welcomes 64 of the continent’s gridiron standouts and nearby Ramstein High School will play host to 24 girls volleyball stars.
European D-I football
A stirring DODDS-Europe Division I football season produced one last memorable moment.
European D-II football
Rota’s time is almost certainly coming. It’s just not quite now.
European D-I volleyball
A quick scan of the previous DODDS-Europe girls’ volleyball champions dating back to 1975 reveals almost the unthinkable: No Patch.
European D-II volleyballl
The Rota Admirals blew past Bitburg in the 2015 DODDS-Europe girls volleyball tournament on Saturday to claim their second consecutive Division II crown.
European D-III volleyball
Sigonella saved its best for last in the 2015 DODDS-Europe girls volleyball tournament.
Bahrain came into the DODDS-Europe boys volleyball championship not knowing any of its opponents. But the Falcons left knowing they are the 2015 champions.
Sometimes you make the plays you need. Sometimes you don’t.
D-II football preview
The Rota Admirals have come a long way. That’s true in every sense of the term.
New champions will emerge at Division I and III levels, while Rota looks to defend its title in D-II.
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