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Chip Hilton Player of the Year Award
The Chip Hilton Player of the Year Award is presented to a player who has demonstrated personal character both on and off the court, similar to the fictional Chip Hilton character depicted by Hall of Fame coach Clair Bee in the classic Chip Hilton Sports Series.
The NCAA has given the national award since 1997 to a Division I menís basketball player who demonstrates outstanding character, leadership, integrity, humility, sportsmanship and talent.
Player of the Year Award winners
- 2004 - Emeka Okafor, University of Connecticut
- 2003 - Brandon Miller , Butler University
- 2002 - Juan Dixon, University of Maryland
- 2001 - Shane Battier , Duke University
- 2000 - Eduardo Najera, University of Oklahoma
- 1999 - Tim Hill, Harvard University
- 1998 - Hassan Booker , United States Naval Academy
- 1997 - Tim Duncan, Wake Forest University
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