Award Shows, Events
Jul 16, 2015


The 2015 ESPY Awards brought athletes and fans together to celebrate the best moments in sports. Joel McHale hosted this years ESPY Awards in downtown Los Angeles.

This year’s show may have been on of the most emotional and inspirational awards of 2015.  Heartfelt stories were shared from those who make an impact inside and outside of the stadium.

Before the emotional moments Joel McHale brought the comedy with references to Justin Beieber, Floyd Mayweather, Bill Cosby, and the Seattle Seahawk’s infamous Super Bowl decision.

Some of the biggest moments of the show included Army veteran Danielle Green’s Pat Tillman Award for Service, Devon Still’s Jimmy V Perseverance Award and the United States women’s soccer Best Team acceptance. Viewers also watched with anticipation of Caitlyn Jenner’s acceptance speech for the Arthur Ashe Courage Award.

Peyton Manning, Mo’ne Davis, Stephen Curry, LeBron James and Leo Messi accepted the big individual awards of the show.If anyone missed out on award show below is the official complete list of winners at the 2015 ESPY Awards:

Best Team

U.S. Women’s Soccer. FIFA

Best Male Athlete
Stephen Curry, Golden State Warriors

Best Play (bracket-style)
Odell Beckham catch vs. 16. Albany goalie lacrosse goal

Best Comeback Athlete
Rob Gronkowski, New England Patriots

Best Female Athlete
Ronda Rousey, MMA

Best Moment
Lauren Hill

Jimmy V Award for Perseverance
Devon and Leah Still

Pat Tillman Award for Service

Danielle Green

Icon Award
Derek Jeter

Arthur Ashe Award for Courage
Caitlyn Jenner

Best Championship Performance

LeBron James, Cleveland Cavaliers

Best Male College Athlete

Marcus Mariota, Oregon Football

Best Breakthrough Athlete

Mo’ne Davis, Little League Baseball

Best NBA Player
Stephen Curry, Golden State Warriors

Best Record-Breaking Performance

Peyton Manning throws record-509th touchdown pass

Best Upset

Mississippi over Alabama, FBS

Best Fighter

Ronda Rousey, MMA

Best Jockey

Victor Espinoza

Best Game

Patriots vs. Seahawks, Super Bowl

Best Coach/Manager
Steve Kerr, Golden State Warriors

Best Comeback Athlete
Rob Gronkowski, New England Patriots

Best International Athlete
Lionel Messi, Barcelona/Argentina

Best NFL Player

Aaron Rodgers, Green Bay Packers

Best MLB Player
Mike Trout, Los Angeles Angels

Best NHL Player
Jonathan Toews, Chicago Blackhawks

Best Driver
Kevin Harvick, NASCAR

Best WNBA Player
Skylar Diggins, Tulsa Shock

Best Male Golfer

Jordan Spieth

Best Female Golfer
Lydia Ko

Best Male Tennis Player
Novak Djokovic

Best Female Tennis Player
Serena Williams

Best Female College Athlete
Missy Franklin, Cal Swimming

Best Male Action Sports Athlete
Ryan Dungey, Motocross

Best Female Action Sports
Kelly Clark, Snowboarding

Best Male Athlete with a Disability

Krige Schabort, Triathlon

Best Female Athlete with a Disability

Becca Meyers, Swimming

Best Bowler
Jason Belmonte

Best MLS Player
Robbie Keane, Los Angeles Galaxy