2023 Banquet Details

November 20, 2022|

DOORS 5:00 P.M.


We’re excited to celebrate an incredible year of sports with you at the 2023 PSWA Banquet, the 118th of its kind. Since 1904, we’ve honored extraordinary athleticism, philanthropy, and sports coverage at our Philadelphia Sports event. Join us January 23rd at the Double Tree by Hilton in Cherry Hill for what is shaping up to be a star studded evening.

For ticket inquiries, please contact PSWABanquet at gmail.com or visit our contact form

⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Honorees ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ currently are, but are not limited to:

Sixers PG Tyrese Maxey (Humanitarian of the Year)

Eagles QB Jalen Hurts (Athlete of the Year)

The 2022 Philadelphia Phillies (Team of the Year)

  • Phillies Manager Rob Thomson, Phillies 3B Alec Bohm, and Phillies GM Sam Fuld

Villanova 2x National Champion and Basketball Hall of Fame Coach Jay Wright (Living Legend)

Tim McDermott, President, Philadelphia Union (Team Special Achievement)

Phillies PA Dan Baker Lifetime Achievement for 50 Years as Phillies PA Announcer

Flyer Tony DeAngelo (Native Son)

Flyer Scott Laughton (Good Guy Award)

Sixers Radio voice Tom McGinnis (Bill Campbell Award)

Villanova Basketball’s Maddy Siegrist (Amateur Athlete of the Year)

Phillies writer Jim Salisbury (Stan Hochman Award)

Temple Fencing Coach (Ret) Nikki Franke (Lifetime Achievement)

Hockey Hall of Famer Al Morganti (Lifetime Achievement)

Army Linebacker Leo Lowin (Army/Navy MVP)

Jefferson WBB Coach Tom Shirley (Lifetime Achievement)

Keishana Washington, Drexel Basketball

Rowan Field Hockey’s Kristiina Castagnola (Special Achievement)

Belle Mastropietro, Temple University Womens Lacrosse

Sam Handley, Penn Lacrosse

Zach Cole, St. Joes Mens Lacrosse

St. Joes Women’s Basketball Coach Cindy Griffin

West Chester Women’s Soccer, Betty Ann Kempf Townsley

Joe Conklin will entertain!

Bookmark this page for 2023 PSWA Banquet updates, more TBA ahead of 1/23!

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