Today One Love Foundation, a leading nonprofit dedicated to ending relationship violence in honor of Yeardley Reynolds Love, announced Dartmouth men’s lacrosse player Adam Fishman as a 2014 Yeardley Reynolds Love Unsung Hero Award finalist. This prestigious award is given each year to a men’s and women’s Division I lacrosse player who shares the qualities Yeardley Love so humbly displayed.
Fishman is an Ahwatukee resident who attended Brophy College Preparatory. While playing for Brophy he was named an Adrenaline All-American and two-time All-State player.
The Yeardley Reynolds Love (“YRL”) Unsung Hero Award recognizes the accomplishments of a student-athlete who helps his or her team achieve success in ways that may not be measured in goals, saves or ground balls. This honor is meaningful because it places value on characteristics that are often undervalued in the competitively charged environment of college lacrosse. The winners will be announced on Saturday, May 31, at the Bayhawks game in Annapolis, Md., and will be awarded a donation to a charity of their choice.