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Kibiloski, Sherwood among honored IPFW athletes

Elkhart Memorial graduates made key contributions for Mastodons in basketball, golf, respectively.

Posted on April 29, 2014 at 7:09 p.m.

FORT WAYNE — A pair of Elkhart Memorial products were among the honorees during the Indiana Purdue Fort Wayne all-sports banquet this week.

Senior Michael Kibiloski was presented the Coaches Award in men's basketball, while sophomore Brenna Sherwood was named Most Improved in women's golf.

As was noted during the banquet, Kibiloski, the lone fourth-year player in the program, became the winningest player in the Division I era of Mastodon men's basketball with 70 victories.

"He will be remembered as one of the most dedicated and toughest players in IPFW men's basketball history," assistant athletic director Bill Salyer said of Kibiloski during a presentation at the banquet.

Kibiloski is scheduled to graduate with a Purdue degree on May 14. He helped IPFW ring up a school-record 25 wins this season, starting all 36 games and averaging 7.2 points.

Sherwood had an 18-hole average of 82.9 for the fall and spring seasons combined to rank second on the team.

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