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Congratulations to the recipients of the 2018 ASDA Gold Crown Awards. Photos from the 2018 Gold Crown Awards ceremony can be seen on ASDA’s flickr page.

Best in Competition

Ideal ASDA Chapter

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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

Quality of Newsletter Information

  • 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

Newsletter Design and Layout

  • 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 Website Information

  • 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 

Website Design and Layout

  • 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 

Outstanding Social Media Campaign

Best Chapter Blog

Best Use of Chapter Video

Best News Article (discontinued)

Best Feature Article

Editor's Choice

Best Blog Post

Best Mouth Article (discontinued)

  • 2012 – Matthew Reiland, Minnesota, 13
  • 2011 – Ryan Dulde, Marquette, 11
  • 2010 – Yoshita Patel, Michigan '12
  • 2008 – Brad Weinstein, Harvard '08
  • 2003 – Michael Joseph, Tufts '03
  • 2002 – Michael Joseph, Tufts '03
  • 2001 – Doug Doran, Kentucky, '01
  • 2000 – Matt Dunn, Northwestern '99

Chapter Achievement Awards

Most Improved Chapter

  • 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  

Membership and Communication

  • 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

Advocacy

Predental Involvement

  • 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

Activities

  • 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

Fundraising

  • 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

  • 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

Implementation of Automatic Billing

  • 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

Best Presentation

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

Most Creative Application

  • 2018 – Colorado
  • 2017 – Ohio State

Increase Ethical Awareness (discontinued)

  • 2015 – Midwestern-Arizona 
  • 2014 – Texas-Houston 
  • 2013 – Arizona 
  • 2012 – Connecticut 
  • 2011 – Virginia 
  • 2010 – Pacific 
  • 2009 – Minnesota 

Predental Recruitment Incentive (discontinued)

  • 2016 
    • 1st: Ohio (95)
    • 2nd: Los Angeles (88)
    • 3rd: Florida (67)
  • 2015 
    • 1st: Los Angeles (114)
    • 2nd: North Carolina (94)
    • 3rd: Rutgers (60)
  • 2014 
    • 1st: North Carolina
    • 2nd: Los Angeles
    • 3rd: Ohio
  • 2013 
    • 1st: Ohio
    • 2nd: Los Angeles
    • 3rd (tie): Illinois and Oklahoma

ASDA/Crest Oral-B Community Dentistry Awards (discontinued)

  • 2016 
    • 1st: Midwestern-Arizona
    • 2nd: Houston
    • 3rd: Arizona
  • 2015 
    • 1st: LECOM
    • 2nd: Arizona
    • 3rd: Midwestern-Arizona
  • 2014 
    • 1st: Midwestern-Arizona
    • 2nd: Arizona
    • 3rd: Marquette
  • 2013 
    • 1st: Arizona
    • 2nd: Los Angeles
    • 3rd: Boston

Organized Dentistry (discontinued)

  • 2014 – Minnesota 
  • 2013 – Ohio 
  • 2012 – Illinois 
  • 2011 – Pittsburgh 
  • 2010 – Minnesota 
  • 2009 – Illinois 
  • 2008 – Buffalo
  • 2007 – Pittsburgh
  • 2006 – Colorado
  • 2005 – Pacific
  • 2004 – Minnesota
  • 2003 – Minnesota
  • 2002 – Oregon
  • 2001 – Oregon
  • 2000 – Michigan & Minnesota
  • 1999 – Connecticut
  • 1998 – Kentucky & Louisville
  • 1997 – Minnesota
  • 1996 – Minnesota, Marquette & Maryland

Delegates of the Year

National

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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