The ASMA Scholar Lifetime Achievement Award is an honor bestowed upon a person to recognize a career of continual and significant contributions to the field of sport management. Consistent with ASMA’s mission of building strong connections between scholars studying sport and practitioners working in the sport industry, award recipients are specifically recognized for their efforts to make an impact on policies and practices in sport through research, teaching, and service.

ASMA Scholar Lifetime Achievement Award Recipients:

2020 – Dr. T. Bettina Cornwell, University of Oregon

2019 – Dr. Daniel Rascher, University of San Francisco

2018 – Dr. Damon Andrew, Louisiana State University

2017 – Dr. Andy Gillentine, University of South Carolina

2016 – Dr. Donna Pastore, The Ohio State University

2015 – Dr. Joy T. DeSensi, University of Tennessee

2014 – Dr. Mary A. Hums, University of Louisville

2013 – Dr. David K. Stotlar, University of Northern Colorado

2012 – Dr. William A. Sutton, University of South Florida

2011 – Dr. Janet Parks, Bowling Green State University

2010 – Dr. William F. Stier, Jr., SUNY Brockport

2009 – Dr. Packianathan Chelladurai, The Ohio State University