Le Trophée Frances Pomeroy Naismith (en anglais : Frances Pomeroy Naismith Award) est une distinction annuelle du basket-ball universitaire américain.Il récompense des joueurs (depuis 1969) et joueuses (depuis 1984) de taille inférieures respectivement à 1,80 m et 1,73 m (1,68 m originellement) .Le Trophée est nommé en mémoire de la belle-fille de James Naismith.

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  • Le Trophée Frances Pomeroy Naismith (en anglais : Frances Pomeroy Naismith Award) est une distinction annuelle du basket-ball universitaire américain.Il récompense des joueurs (depuis 1969) et joueuses (depuis 1984) de taille inférieures respectivement à 1,80 m et 1,73 m (1,68 m originellement) .Le Trophée est nommé en mémoire de la belle-fille de James Naismith. Le jury est le National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC) pour les hommes et Women's Basketball Coaches Association (WBCA) pour les femmes.Le lauréat est choisi en Division I NCAA, mais avant cette restriction, John Rinka (1970) et Mike Schieb (1978) jouaient respectivement en Division I et Division III, tout comme Julie Dabrowksi (1990), Amy Dodrill (1995) et Angie Arnold (1998), toutes de Division III.
  • The Frances Pomeroy Naismith Award is an annual college basketball award in the United States intended to honor shorter-than-average players who excel on the court despite their size. The award, named in honor of James Naismith's daughter-in-law, was established for men in 1969 and for women in 1984. The men's award is presented to the nation's most outstanding senior who is 6 ft 0 in (1.83 m) or shorter, while the women's award is presented to the top senior who is 5 ft 8 in (1.73 m) or shorter. Early in the women's award's history, the cut-off height was 5 ft 6 in (1.68 m). The men's award is selected by a panel from the National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC), while the women's is selected by the Women's Basketball Coaches Association (WBCA).The Frances Pomeroy Naismith Award is now restricted to players who compete in NCAA Division I competition, although in the past it was open to all NCAA levels. For the men's winners, John Rinka from Kenyon College (1970) and Mike Schieb from Susquehanna University (1978) were winners from Division II and Division III, respectively. For the women's winners, Julie Dabrowksi of New Hampshire College (1990) and Amy Dodrill (1995) and Angie Arnold (1998), both from Johns Hopkins University, were also winners from Division III.As of the announcement of the 2014 awards, only three schools from the list of men's winners (Louisville, St. John's and UCLA) and six schools from the list of women's winners (Baylor, Connecticut, Gonzaga, Johns Hopkins, Notre Dame, and Penn State) have had multiple award winners. Of these programs, the only one with winners in consecutive seasons is the Louisville men's program (Peyton Siva in 2013 and Russ Smith in 2014). Five other schools have had winners of both the men's and women's awards: California, Eastern Michigan, NC State, Purdue, and Virginia.
  • Il Frances Pomeroy Naismith Award (in italiano: Premio Frances Pomeroy Naismith) è un premio conferito ogni anno dalla National Association of Basketball Coaches al miglior giocatore con altezza pari o inferiore a 183 cm (5 ft 8 in), che gioca nel NCAA Division I. In campo femminile è assegnato dalla WBCA a partire dal 1984, esclusivamente alle giocatrici con altezza pari o inferiore al 173 cm (5 ft 6 in).Il premio è dedicato a Frances Pomeroy Naismith, nuora di James Naismith, l'inventore della pallacanestro.
  • El Frances Pomeroy Naismith Award es un galardón anual del baloncesto universitario estadiunidense que se concede al jugador que, con una estatura inferior a la media, más destaque a lo largo de la competición. El premio, denominado así en honor de la nuera de James Naismith, el inventor del baloncesto, se estableció en 1969 en la categoría masculina y en 1984 en la femenina. En categoría masculina, se entrega al jugador de último año más destacado cuya estatura no sobrepase los 1,83 metros, y lo concede la NABC, mientras que en categoría femenina, la estatura límite es 1,73, y es concedido por la WBCA.El galardón está ahora restringido a los jugadores que compiten en la División I de la NCAA, aunque en el pasao estaba abierto a todos los niveles. Entre los ganadores masculinos John Rinka del Kenyon College (1970) y Mike Schieb de Susquehanna University (1978) lo consiguieron jugando en la División II y la División III respectivamente, mientras que entre las mujeres Julie Dabrowksi del New Hampshire College (1990) y Amy Dodrill (1995) y Angie Arnold (1998), ambas de la Universidad Johns Hopkins lo consiguieron jugando en la División III.Hasta la fecha, en 2014, sólo tres universidades han repetido galardón entre los hombres, St. John's, UCLA y Louisville, y seis entre las mujeres, Connecticut, Gonzaga, Johns Hopkins, Notre Dame, Penn State y Baylor.
  • O Frances Pomeroy Naismith Award é um prêmio anual do basquetebol universitário norte-americano, que se concede ao jogador que, com una estatura inferior a media, mais se destacou ao longo da temporada.O prêmio é assim denominado em homenagem a filha de James Naismith, que é o inventor do basquetebol. Ele é entregue desde 1969 (Masculino) e 1984 (Feminino). Na categoria masculina, o prêmio é entregue ao jogador que tenha a estatura até 1,83 metros, e é concedido pela NABC. Já na categoria femenina, a estatura limite é 1,73m, e é concedido pela WBCA.Até 2011, apenas 2 universidades conseguiram repetir o troféu entre os homens("St. John's Red Storm" e "UCLA Bruins"), e cinco entre as mulheres, ("Connecticut Huskies", "Gonzaga Bulldogs", "Johns Hopkins University", "Notre Dame Fighting Irish" e "Penn State Nittany Lions".
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  • Le Trophée Frances Pomeroy Naismith (en anglais : Frances Pomeroy Naismith Award) est une distinction annuelle du basket-ball universitaire américain.Il récompense des joueurs (depuis 1969) et joueuses (depuis 1984) de taille inférieures respectivement à 1,80 m et 1,73 m (1,68 m originellement) .Le Trophée est nommé en mémoire de la belle-fille de James Naismith.
  • Il Frances Pomeroy Naismith Award (in italiano: Premio Frances Pomeroy Naismith) è un premio conferito ogni anno dalla National Association of Basketball Coaches al miglior giocatore con altezza pari o inferiore a 183 cm (5 ft 8 in), che gioca nel NCAA Division I.
  • O Frances Pomeroy Naismith Award é um prêmio anual do basquetebol universitário norte-americano, que se concede ao jogador que, com una estatura inferior a media, mais se destacou ao longo da temporada.O prêmio é assim denominado em homenagem a filha de James Naismith, que é o inventor do basquetebol. Ele é entregue desde 1969 (Masculino) e 1984 (Feminino). Na categoria masculina, o prêmio é entregue ao jogador que tenha a estatura até 1,83 metros, e é concedido pela NABC.
  • El Frances Pomeroy Naismith Award es un galardón anual del baloncesto universitario estadiunidense que se concede al jugador que, con una estatura inferior a la media, más destaque a lo largo de la competición. El premio, denominado así en honor de la nuera de James Naismith, el inventor del baloncesto, se estableció en 1969 en la categoría masculina y en 1984 en la femenina.
  • The Frances Pomeroy Naismith Award is an annual college basketball award in the United States intended to honor shorter-than-average players who excel on the court despite their size. The award, named in honor of James Naismith's daughter-in-law, was established for men in 1969 and for women in 1984.
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