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Congratulations to the recipients of the 2019 ASDA Gold Crown Awards. Photos from the 2018 Gold Crown Awards ceremony can be seen on ASDA’s flickr page - 2019 photos are on their way!

Best in Competition

Ideal ASDA Chapter

  • 2019 – Roseman
  • 2018 – Marquette 
  • 2017 – Texas-Houston
  • 2016 – Colorado
  • 2015 – Los Angeles
  • 2014 – Marquette
  • 2013 – Minnesota
  • 2012 – Arizona 
  • 2011 – Los Angeles 
  • 2010 – Los Angeles 
  • 2009 – Los Angeles 
  • 2008 – Louisville
  • 2007 – Pacific
  • 2006 – Minnesota
  • 2005 – Minnesota
  • 2004 – Buffalo
  • 2003 – Stony Brook
  • 2002 – Harvard
  • 2001 – Harvard
  • 2000 – Tennessee
  • 1999 – Florida
  • 1998 – Louisville
  • 1997 – Case Western
  • 1996 – Florida

Best Newsletter in Competition

  • 2019 – Tennessee
  • 2018 – Washington
  • 2017 – Buffalo 
  • 2016 – Los Angeles 
  • 2015 –  Los Angeles
  • 2014 - Los Angeles
  • 2013 – San Francisco 
  • 2012 – New York 
  • 2011 – Harvard  
  • 2010 – Virginia 
  • 2009 – Pennsylvania 
  • 2008 – Pacific 
  • 2007 – Pacific 
  • 2006 – Las Vegas
  • 2005 – Arizona
  • 2004 – Virginia
  • 2003 – Boston
  • 2002 – Boston
  • 2001 – Boston
  • 2000 – Temple

Best Website in Competition

  • 2019 – Midwestern-Arizona
  • 2018 – Texas-Houston
  • 2017 – Texas-Houston 
  • 2016 – Los Angeles 
  • 2015 – Marquette
  • 2014 – Los Angeles 
  • 2013 – Oklahoma 
  • 2012 – Ohio 
  • 2011 – Los Angeles 
  • 2010 – Pittsburgh 
  • 2009 – Louisville 
  • 2008 – Nova Southeastern 
  • 2007 – Connecticut & Nova Southeastern
    • Honorable Mention: Ohio
  • 2006 – Washington
  • 2005 – Harvard
  • 2004 – Boston

Media Awards

Most Improved Newsletter

  • 2019 – Stony Brook
  • 2018 – Oklahoma 
  • 2017 – WesternU 
  • 2016 – Buffalo 
  • 2015 –  Columbia
  • 2014 - Ohio State
  • 2013 – Oklahoma 
  • 2012 – Alabama 
  • 2011 – Connecticut 
  • 2010 – Pittsburgh 
  • 2009 – Iowa 
  • 2008 – Minnesota 
  • 2007 – Nova Southeastern 
  • 2006 – Colorado
  • 2005 – Virginia
  • 2004 – Columbia
  • 2003 – Virginia
  • 2002 – Minnesota
  • 2001 – Creighton
  • 2000 – Tennessee

Best Social Media Campaign

Best Chapter Blog

Best Use of Chapter Video

Best Feature Article

Editor's Choice

Best Blog Post

Newsletter Design and Layout (discontinued) 

  • 2018 – Arizona
  • 2017 – Midwestern-Arizona 
  • 2016 – Colorado 
  • 2015 – Colorado 
  • 2014 – Oklahoma
  • 2013 – Tennessee 
  • 2012 – Harvard 
  • 2011 – Columbia 
  • 2010 – Los Angeles
  • 2009 – Virginia
  • 2008 – Arizona
  • 2007 – Southern California
  • 2006 – Washington
  • 2005 – Las Vegas
  • 2004 – West Virginia
  • 2003 – Boston
  • 2002 – Stony Brook
  • 2001 – Los Angeles
  • 2000 – Temple

Quality of Newsletter Information (discontinued) 

  • 2018 – Pennsylvania
  • 2017 – Los Angeles 
  • 2016 – Arizona 
  • 2015 – Marquette 
  • 2014 – Boston 
  • 2013 – Virginia 
  • 2012 – Pacific 
  • 2011 – Los Angeles 
  • 2010 – Arizona
  • 2009 – Harvard
  • 2008 – Los Angeles
  • 2007 – Las Vegas
  • 2006 – Los Angeles
  • 2005 – Pacific
  • 2004 – Stony Brook
  • 2003 – Pacific
  • 2002 – Pacific
  • 2001 – Iowa
  • 2000 – Iowa

Quality of Website Information (discontinued)

  • 2018 – Temple
  • 2017 – South Carolina 
  • 2016 – Case Western 
  • 2015 – South Carolina 
  • 2014 – Indiana
  • 2013 – Arizona 
  • 2012 – Arizona 
  • 2011 – Los Angeles 
  • 2010 – Minnesota 
  • 2009 – Minnesota 
  • 2008 – Connecticut 

Best News Article (discontinued)

Website Design and Layout (discontinued)

  • 2018 – Colorado
  • 2017 – Los Angeles 
  • 2016 – Los Angeles 
  • 2015 – Los Angeles 
  • 2014 - Oklahoma 
  • 2013 – Columbia 
  • 2012 – Connecticut 
  • 2011 – Columbia 
  • 2010 – Louisville 
  • 2009 – Los Angeles 
  • 2008 – Las Vegas 

Chapter Achievement Awards

Most Improved Chapter

  • 2019 – West Virginia
  • 2018 – Tennessee
  • 2017 – Stony Brook 
  • 2016 – Roseman 
  • 2015 – Florida 
  • 2014 – San Francisco 
  • 2013 – Detroit Mercy 
  • 2012 – Florida 
  • 2011 – Temple 
  • 2010 – Virginia 
  • 2009 – Pennsylvania 
  • 2008 – Case Western
  • 2007 – Arizona
  • 2006 – Indiana
  • 2005 – Las Vegas
  • 2004 – Washington
  • 2003 – Indiana
  • 2002 – Stony Brook
  • 2001 – Stony Brook
  • 2000 – Nova Southeastern & Tufts
  • 1999 – Harvard
  • 1998 – Connecticut
  • 1997 – Oklahoma
  • 1996 – Stony Brook

Rookie Chapter of the Year

  • 2018 – not awarded
  • 2017 – Touro 
  • 2016 – Utah 
  • 2015 – LECOM 
  • 2014 – Roseman 
  • 2013 – Western  

Outstanding Membership Engagement

  • 2019 – Western
  • 2018 – Louisville
  • 2017 – Los Angeles 
  • 2016 – Texas-Houston 
  • 2015 – Colorado 
  • 2014 – Oklahoma 
  • 2013 – Oklahoma 
  • 2012 – Nebraska 
  • 2011 – Pacific 
  • 2010 – Arizona 
  • 2009 – Louisville 
  • 2008 – Pacific
  • 2007 – New York
  • 2006 – Buffalo
  • 2005 – Pacific
  • 2004 – Boston
  • 2003 – Boston
  • 2002 – Boston
  • 2001 – Boston
  • 2000 – Boston
  • 1999 – Temple
  • 1998 – New York
  • 1997 – Temple

Outstanding Advocacy Initiatives 

Outstanding Predental Involvement

  • 2019 – Tennessee
  • 2018 – Ohio State 
  • 2017 – Roseman 
  • 2016 – Los Angeles 
  • 2015 – Texas-Houston 
  • 2014 – Los Angeles
  • 2013 – Virginia 
  • 2012 – Stony Brook 
  • 2011 – Pittsburgh 
  • 2010 – Illinois 
  • 2009 – San Francisco 
  • 2008 – Las Vegas

Auto-enrollment Implementation 

  • 2018 – not awarded
  • 2017 – Touro
  • 2016 – Pennsylvania
  • 2015 – Pittsburgh
  • 2014 – Roseman
  • 2013 – North Carolina
  • 2012 – Western
  • 2011 – Missouri
  • 2009 – Marquette
  • 2008 – Los Angeles
  • 2007 – Arizona
  • 2006 – New York
  • 2004 – Maryland
  • 2003 – Virginia
  • 2000 – Creighton
  • 1999 – New York
  • 1998 – Boston & Case Western

Outstanding Activities

  • 2019 – South Carolina 
  • 2018 – Buffalo
  • 2017 – Marquette 
  • 2016 – Marquette 
  • 2015 – Marquette
  • 2014 –  Boston 
  • 2013 – Los Angeles 
  • 2012 – Louisville 
  • 2011 – Arizona 
  • 2010 – San Francisco 
  • 2009 – Buffalo 
  • 2008 – Houston
  • 2007 – Louisville
  • 2006 – Los Angeles
  • 2005 – Buffalo
  • 2004 – Oregon
  • 2003 – Harvard
  • 2002 – Minnesota
  • 2001 – Minnesota
  • 2000 – Harvard
  • 1999 – Ohio
  • 1998 – Connecticut
  • 1997 – Iowa
  • 1996 – Florida, Iowa, Pittsburgh & Temple
Outstanding Wellness
Outstanding Community Outreach

Fundraising (discontinued)

  • 2018 – South Carolina
  • 2017 – Ohio State 
  • 2016 – Marquette 
  • 2015 – Virginia 
  • 2014 – Pacific 
  • 2013 – Buffalo 
  • 2012 – Los Angeles 
  • 2011 – Georgia 
  • 2010 – Georgia 
  • 2009 – Las Vegas 
  • 2008 – Georgia
  • 2007 – Oregon
  • 2006 – Buffalo
  • 2005 – Virginia
  • 2004 – Stony Brook
  • 2003 – Connecticut
  • 2002 – Kentucky
  • 2001 – Kentucky
  • 2000 – Pittsburgh
  • 1999 – Ohio
  • 1998 – Washington
  • 1997 – Ohio
  • 1996 – Maryland, Ohio State & San Antonio

Highest Overall Market Share at a Recruited Chapter (discontinued)

  • 2018 – Nebraska
  • 2017 – Nebraska & Oklahoma
  • 2016 – Nebraska & Oklahoma
  • 2015 – Nebraska & Oklahoma
  • 2014 – Oklahoma
  • 2013 – Nebraska
  • 2012 – Nebraska
  • 2011 – Louisville
  • 2010 – Louisville
  • 2009 – Louisville
  • 2008 – Louisville
  • 2007 – Louisville
  • 2006 – Louisville
  • 2004 – Colorado
  • 2003 – Colorado & Minnesota
  • 2002 – Colorado, Marquette & South Carolina
  • 2001 – Colorado & Marquette
  • 2000 – Oklahoma
  • 1999 – Oklahoma

Best Presentation (discontinued) 

  • 2018 – Detroit-Mercy
  • 2017 – Midwestern-Arizona 
  • 2016 – Midwestern-Arizona 
  • 2015 – Colorado
  • 2014 – Los Angeles 
  • 2013 – Ohio 
  • 2012 – Georgia 
  • 2011 – Arizona

Most Creative Application (discontinued)

  • 2018 – Colorado
  • 2017 – Ohio State

Delegates of the Year

National

  • 2019 – Mariamma Chaluparambil, Connecticut ’20
  • 2018 – Agatha Kao, Tufts ’18  
  • 2017 – Diana Liao, WesternU '18
  • 2016 – Andrew Naeger, Texas-Houston '17
  • 2015 – Jeremy Chau, Los Angeles '16
  • 2014 – Jenna Weldon-Pascoli, LECOM '16
  • 2013 – Brandon Berman, Howard '13
  • 2012 – Erina Hung, Las Vegas '13
  • 2011 – Nipa Thakkar, Temple '12
  • 2010 – Dan Hammer, Pacific '11
  • 2009 – Lindsay Brown, Oregon '10

District 1

  • 2017 – Leigh Yarborough, Harvard ’18
  • 2016 – Cristina Kendall, Tufts ’17
  • 2015 – Neil Patel, Tufts '15
  • 2014 – Danielle Fernandez, Boston '14
  • 2013 – Christina Shaw, Connecticut '14
  • 2012 – Erica Knee, Connecticut ’13
  • 2011 – Laura Huling, Connecticut '12
  • 2010 – William Stuart McKenzie, Tufts '10
  • 2009 – Megan Ryan, Boston '10

District 2

  • 2019 – Jack Lupfer, Stony Brook ’20
  • 2018 – Ben Kahan, Touro ’20 
  • 2017 – Falon Rozhitsky, Rutgers ’18
  • 2016 – Stella Stavrou, Stony Brook ’17
  • 2015 – Chelsea Rajagopalan, Rutgers '17
  • 2014 – Jenn Lonnen, Stony Brook '15
  • 2013 – Keren Etzion, Stony Brook '14
  • 2012 – Lauren Jain, Stony Brook ’13
  • 2011 – Catherine Adamson, Buffalo '12
  • 2010 – Ryan Woody, New York '11
  • 2009 – Helen Weirich, Buffalo '10

District 3

  • 2019 – Matt McLeod, Howard ’20
  • 2018 – Alexandra Fitzgerald, Maryland ’18  
  • 2017 – Justin Le, Temple ’19
  • 2016 – Alex Mitchell, Temple ’18
  • 2015 – Kristin D'Adamo, Pennsylvania '15
  • 2014 – Mike Saba, Temple '14
  • 2013 – Brandon Berman, Howard '13
  • 2012 – Christopher Maguire-Adams, Temple ’13
  • 2011 – Nipa Thakkar, Temple '12
  • 2010 – James Martin, Pittsburgh '11
  • 2009 – Melissa Pauli, Pennsylvania '10

District 4

  • 2019 – Anne Miller Harper, South Carolina ’19
  • 2018 – Amber Spurlock, Meharry ’19
  • 2017 – Emily Martin, South Carolina ’18
  • 2016 – Eric Anderson, Georgia ’17
  • 2015 – Keaton Mash, East Carolina '16
  • 2014 – Matthew Corbin, North Carolina '15
  • 2013 – Leslie Treherne-Fayton, Meharry '14
  • 2012 – Andrew Benfield, Georgia ’13
  • 2011 – Anna Schultz, Georgia '12
  • 2010 – William Temple, South Carolina '11
  • 2009 – Aisha Woods, Meharry '10

District 5

  • 2019 – RJ Gonzalez, Florida ’20
  • 2018 – Fabiola Salgado, Puerto Rico ’19  
  • 2017 – Mechay Rush, Alabama ’18
  • 2016 – Brenna Croft, Louisiana ’16
  • 2015 – Ramzy Lotfi, Florida '16
  • 2014 – Jenna Weldon-Pascoli, LECOM '16
  • 2013 – Ross Isbell, Alabama '14
  • 2012 – Catherine Hamlin, Alabama ’13
  • 2011 – Anna Rose Snyder, Mississippi '12
  • 2010 – Roenikya Phillips, Mississippi '11
  • 2009 – Vaniely Rodriguez, Puerto Rico '11

District 6

  • 2019 – Mike Andes, Ohio State ’20
  • 2018 – Michael Petrides, West Virginia ’19  
  • 2017 – James Zimmerman, Ohio State ’18
  • 2016 – Madelyn Stumpos, Michigan ’17
  • 2015 – Catherine Kim, Case Western '16
  • 2014 – Graham Greenland, Detroit Mercy '15
  • 2013 – Andrew Hansen, Ohio '14
  • 2012 – Michael Pappas, Ohio ’14
  • 2011 – Trent Lally, Detroit Mercy '12
  • 2010 – Jerek Petrous, Detroit Mercy '11
  • 2009 – Yeremi Canizales, West Virginia '11

District 7

  • 2019 – Elliot Humiston, Indiana ’21
  • 2018 – Dalton Hampton, Kentucky ’19  
  • 2017 – Hunter Hazle, Kentucky ’17
  • 2016 – Sarah Fodor, Marquette ’18
  • 2015 – Erin Fraundorf, Louisville '16
  • 2014 – James Kolstad, Marquette '15
  • 2013 – Jennifer Neese, Indiana '14
  • 2012 – Becky Warnken, Marquette ’13
  • 2011 – Ken Randall, Kentucky '12
  • 2010 – Kaori Ema, Illinois '11
  • 2009 – Ryan Dulde, Marquette '11

District 8

  • 2019 – Chad Wagner, Minnesota ’20
  • 2018 – Brandon Rensch, Creighton ’20 
  • 2017 – Allison Forbes, Minnesota ’18
  • 2016 – Shaun O'Neill, Iowa ’17
  • 2015 – Christine Lucachick, Minnesota '16
  • 2014 – Stephanie Zastrow, Minnesota '15
  • 2013 – Kirby Johnson, Minnesota '14
  • 2012 – Kelly Huston, Iowa ’12
  • 2011 – Matt Anderson, Creighton '12
  • 2010 – Tim Anderson, Minnesota '11
  • 2009 – Chase Pruitt, Nebraska '10

District 9

  • 2019 – Jonathan Abay, Texas-San Antonio ’20
  • 2018 – Katie Richardson, Texas-Houston ’19 
  • 2017 – Daniel Yates, Texas-San Antonio ’18
  • 2016 – Andrew Naeger, Texas-Houston ’17
  • 2015 – Kyle Larsen, Colorado '17
  • 2014 – Katie Sowa, Houston '15
  • 2013 – Wade Barker, Baylor '13
  • 2012 – Jennifer Headrick, Oklahoma ’13
  • 2011 – Sarah Norman, San Antonio '12
  • 2010 – Adam Shisler, Houston '12
  • 2009 – Layla Chafi, Oklahoma '11

District 10

  • 2019 – Christy Tran, Midwestern-Arizona ’20
  • 2018 – Hana Lim, Roseman ’19 
  • 2017 – Vanessa Kristensen, Arizona ’18
  • 2016 – Mohammad Bawany, Roseman ’17
  • 2015 – Amber Clark, Utah '17
  • 2014 – Khealynn Harris, Roseman '15
  • 2013 – Erin Anderson, Las Vegas '14
  • 2012 – Erina Hung, Las Vegas ’13
  • 2011 – Jenna Painter, Arizona '14
  • 2010 – Carmen Tsang, Las Vegas '11
  • 2009 – Lindsay Brown, Oregon '10

District 11

  • 2019 – Andrea Numbers, Western ’20
  • 2018 – Marc Bernardo, WesternU ’19 
  • 2017 – Diana Liao, WesternU '18
  • 2016 – James Fedusenko, Loma Linda ’16
  • 2015 – Jeremy Chau, Los Angeles '16
  • 2014 – David Lindsey, Los Angeles '15
  • 2013 – Chris Dudzik, Western '13
  • 2012 – Jonathan Collins, San Francisco ’13
  • 2011 – Ian Murray, Western '13
  • 2010 – Dan Hammer, Pacific '11
  • 2009 – David Avenetti UCLA '10