The Amateur Athletic Union is set to announce its winner for the 2018 James E. Sullivan Award on Tuesday at the New York Athletic Club in Manhattan. The ceremony will begin at 5:30 p.m.
The James E. Sullivan Award honors the nation’s most outstanding amateur athlete. Olympic track and field star Carl Lewis, who won the award in 1981, is hosting the event. The award was first given out in 1930 and recent winners include Peyton Manning in 1997 and Ezekiel Elliott in 2014.
Here’s a look at the 2018 finalists:
Joel Berry II, UNC basketball: Berry was named the 2017 Final Four MVP after helping lead the Tar Heels to their third championship under head coach Roy Williams. He scored 22 points in the championship game against Gonzaga.
Erin Finn, Michigan track and field: A nine-time Division I champion, Finn is one of just five women in NCAA history to run faster than 4:40 in the mile, 9:00 in the 3000-meter and 15:25 in the 5000-meter.
Kelly Hunter, Nebraska volleyball: Hunter earned Big Ten Setter of the Year for the Cornhuskers, who won the 2017 national title.
Annika Albrecht, Nebraska volleyball: Finished with 377 kills in 36 matches for the champion Cornhuskers.
Angela Peavy, Paralympic equestrian: After a stroke left her paralyzed on the left side of her body, Peavy went on to become a Paralympian equestrian in the 2016 Rio Summer Games.
Maia and Alex Shibutani, Olympic ice dancing: The siblings won bronze in ice dancing at the 2018 Pyeongchang Winter Games for the first individual Olympic medals of their careers. They were also part of the U.S. group that claimed bronze in the team event.
Kyle Snyder, Ohio State wrestling: Widely considered the greatest college wrestler of all time, Snyder won three straight heavyweight titles while with the Buckeyes. He won the NCAA, world and Olympic titles in 2016 — known as the wrestling Triple Crown.