ATLANTA - Wisconsin basketball coach Bo Ryan has received the 2013 Coaches vs. Cancer Champion Award.
The honor is presented annually to the college coach who is most engaged in the program's fundraising, education, promotional initiatives and who has demonstrated leadership in supporting the American Cancer Society.
The University of Wisconsin announced that Ryan won the award in a release on Monday.
Since joining Coaches vs. Cancer in 2007, Ryan has helped raise more than $1.5 million to support the Society. Wisconsin's Coaches vs. Cancer Gala raised more than $420,000 in 2012, the most of any gala in the organization that year.
Ryan was presented with the award on April 6th during the Coaches vs. Cancer Council Meeting at the NCAA Final Four in Atlanta.
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