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2014 Buckinghams entertain all

By Eric Rajala, erajala@wisctv.com
Published On: Apr 14 2014 10:08:12 PM CDT
Updated On: Apr 15 2014 09:26:04 AM CDT

Monday's 2014 Buckingham Awards were a big hit. The event featured awards for academic and athletic excellence, but perhaps more memorable were the performances.

MADISON, Wis. -

Monday's 2014 Buckingham Awards were a big hit. The event featured awards for academic and athletic excellence, but perhaps more memorable were the performances. 

Vitto Brown, Nigel Hayes, Jordan Hill, and Riley Dearring kicked off the show with their rendition of "La La Means I Love You." Upon its conclusion, the foursome was met with applause from all in the crowd. 

Badgers quarterback Joel Stave and his brother Bryan also performed a medley of songs. Joel played the piano, while Bryan strummed the guitar. 

Badgers wrestler Brett Hochstaetter stole the show when he proposed to his girlfriend on stage. She said yes.

Badger women's hockey standout Alex Rigsby won the female Student-Athlete Of The Year Award, while former Badgers linebacker won the award for the men.

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