Our unique trophies have become an integral part of TPSF. Some were crafted by our own Seth Aufderheide, while others were thrift-store finds. Regardless of the origin, any of these trophies brings with it a sense of pride and honor for the recipient.
The TPSF Champions Cup is awarded to the players on the winning team of that year’s game. The Champions Cup was inspired by the NHL’s Stanley Cup, with TPSF-inspired flair, of course. To drink from the Champions Cup is an honor only bestowed upon those on the winning team.
Most Valuable Player:
This trophy, the oldest in the TPSF family of trophies, quite simply honors the Most Valuable Player of the game. The MVP award is voted on by the players after the game.
2009 Terrance Wiggins
2010 Deandre West
2011 Joff Braio & Dennis Murray
2012 Dennis Murray
2013 Tim Jamison
2014 Desi Ramos
2015 Ryan Powell
The Best Dressed award is given to the participant (player or otherwise) who exemplifies the most unique style during that year’s game. Players vote for their top three suits the night before at TPSF Eve, with fans selecting the winner at the actual game.
2011 Matt Miller
2012 Amy Ross
2013 Austin Robertson
2014 Tash Ludwig
2015 Tash Ludwig & Terrance Wiggins
As charity is one of the three tenets of TPSF, we honor the individual who raises the most donations to support our charitable endeavors leading up to each game. Each year as we advance toward the actual game Super Bowl Weekend, TPSF players and supporters reach out to family and friends for donations to support returning veterans and their families.
2013 Natasha Ludwig
2014 Shannan Edwards
2015 Paulette Miller
“Got Lit Up” Trophy:
The Got Lit Up Trophy honors the individual who, well, got lit-up the worst (or best, however you choose to see it). In good fun, this trophy honors the individual who was on the receiving end of the best hit of the day.
2012 Deandre West (hit by T-Wiggs)
2013 Desi Ramos (hit by T-Wiggs)
2014 Michelle Mulberry (hit by Busby during “coin toss”)
2015 Leo Lee (hit by Desi Ramos)
Game Ball Award:
Each year, TPSF uses a new game ball that each player autographs at the end of the game. Following the Game, before any other trophies are given out, the game ball is awarded to the TPSF member who exemplifies the principles of TPSF both on and off the field.
2012 Joff Braio
2013 Matt Miller
2014 Cameron Miller
2015 Terrance Wiggins
Man-Up MVP Belt
Our Boston Chapter, which began in 2014, currently gives out an MVP “Man-Up” belt that is awarded to the MVP of that game.
2014 Anthony Cunningham
2015 Henry Breckenridge
2016 Joe McGowan