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May 2014 - ISSUE FIVE

Orange Bowl Breaks Ground on  

Ives Estates Park Renovations

On Wednesday, April 16, 2014, The Orange Bowl Committee and Miami-Dade County held a groundbreaking 

ceremony for the renovation of Ives Estates Park in Miami. (from L to R) Obie, the OBC mascot; OBC President Luis 

Boué; OBC Legacy Gift Chair Frank Gonzalez; MDC Director of Parks, Recreation and Open Spaces Jack Kardys; 

MDC Commissioner (District 1) Barbara Jordan; OBC Member Yolanda Cash Jackson and OBC CEO Eric Poms

The Orange Bowl Committee, Miami-Dade County District 

1 Commissioner Barbara Jordan and Miami-Dade County 

Parks, Recreation and Open Spaces broke ground for a field re-

development project for Ives Estates Park located at 20901 NE 

16th Ave, Miami. 

The new field will be called Orange Bowl Field at Ives Estates 

Park. Renovations will include the installation of a new 

scoreboard and a state-of-the-art synthetic turf field suitable 

for football, lacrosse, soccer and rugby. The renovations will 

directly benefit children who participate in various athletic 

leagues, after school programs and summer camps at the park. 

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Florida & Florida State to play in 

MetroPCS Orange Bowl Basketball Classic

The 21st annual MetroPCS Orange Bowl 

Basketball Classic will feature one of the most 

competitive fields ever as two teams who made 

it to the final four in their respective college 

basketball post-season tournaments will 

face opponents from major conferences. The 

Florida Gators, the number one overall seed in 

the 2014 NCAA Men’s Division I Tournament, 

will take on the Demon Deacons of Wake 

Forest out of the highly competitive Atlantic 

Coast Conference (ACC). The Florida State 

Seminoles, a number one seed in the 2014 

National Invitational Tournament (NIT), will 

face in-state opponent the University of 

South Florida Bulls from the American Athletic 

Conference (AAC). 

The 2014 MetroPCS Orange Bowl Basketball 

Classic will be held on Saturday, December 

20 at BB&T Center in Sunrise, FL. This will 

mark the 10th consecutive year the Classic will 

be held at BB&T Center.  Game times will be 

announced at a later date.

The Florida Gators will be making their 16th 

appearance in the Classic and have a 13-2 

record all-time. Last season, UF set a school-

record 30 game winning streak. The SEC 

2013 Orange Bowl Basketball Classic MVP Casey Prather (24)

celebrates mid air with teammate Dorian Finney-Smtih after 

defeating Dayton in the South Regional Final. Credit: Tim Casey

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Making Wishes Come True

Orange Bowl Helps Grant Wishes of 34 Children in Fifth Annual 5K

The Orange Bowl supports numerous South Florida organizations 

and strives to provide unique opportunities for those in need. 

The Orange Bowl proudly served as sponsor for Make-A-Wish 

Southern Florida’s 5th Annual Walk For Wishes® 5k Walk/Run 

on Saturday February 8, 2014 at Markham Park in Sunrise, FL. 

The goal of the event was to raise funds to help grant the wishes of 

children with life-threatening medical conditions. 

More than 1,300 people participated this year, which is about 1000 

more people than last year. The event raised more than $170,000. 

With those contributions, Make-A-Wish generated enough funds to 

grant the heartfelt wishes of 34 children in our local community.

“It’s an honor and a privilege to be involved with Make-A-Wish 

Southern Florida,” said Eric Poms, CEO of the Orange Bowl. “It’s 

a great cause and changes lives. That’s what we’re all about, giving 

back to the community. “We have hosted Wish Kids at the past 

two Discover Orange Bowls and the 2013 Discover BCS National 

Championship and it’s rewarding to be able to bring a little joy into 

their lives at such a challenging time.”  

Besides sponsoring Walk For Wishes®, most Orange Bowl staff 

members participated in the 5k Walk/Run, provided snacks and 

beverages as well as prizes for participants and their families. 

The Orange Bowl partnered with Sunshine Health, a subsidiary 

of Centene Corporation,  at the City of Fort Lauderdale Orange 

Bowl Downtown Countdown on New Year’s Eve to create a special 

graffiti wall with messages of hope and compassion for Make-A-

Wish Southern Florida.  The graffiti wall was presented to them at 

the event.

For more information on Make-A-Wish Southern Florida, go to  

Orange Bowl staffers were up early on Saturday, February 8, 2014 to support and participate in the Fifth Annual Walk for Wishes ® 5k 

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Orange Bowl Committee Elects 10 New Members

The Orange Bowl Committee announced the election of ten new Active Members for the 2014-15 year. New member elections took place 

at the Orange Bowl’s March members meeting. With the addition of the ten new Active Members, the Orange Bowl Committee has grown 

to include 360 members.

Sergio Abreu Jr., Director of Local Government, Community Relations and Economic Development for TECO 

Energy. Sergio Abreu Jr. manages the department that handles TECO Energy’s external affairs in South Florida. 

Prior to working for TECO Energy, Abreu built and sold a luggage handling business that serviced airlines at Miami 

International Airport and bulk luggage delivery for the South Florida cruise industry. Abreu serves as a board 

member for the Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce, the American Red Cross and on the President’s Council for 

Florida International University. Abreu received his BA in Political Science and his MBA from Florida International 

University. He lives in Miami, FL with his wife and three children.

Kathy Antonello, Chief Actuary, National Council on Compensation Insurance (NCCI). Kathy Antonello has more 

than 25 years of experience in the insurance industry. She is the executive responsible for the Actuarial and Eco-

nomic Services division of NCCI which includes rate and loss cost filings, legislative analyses, compilation and 

analysis of insurance industry results, residual market reserving, actuarial products, and research. She has lived in 

South Florida for nearly 20 years with her husband and three sons and attended college in Birmingham, Alabama 

(Birmingham Southern College, BS in Mathematics). She volunteers her time with several organizations including 

the Navy Sea Cadets, Navy Junior ROTC and Science Olympiad. She and her family live in Boca Raton, FL.

Albert de Cardenas, Executive Vice President, General Counsel and Secretary for MasTec Inc. Albert de Cardenas 

manages all legal affairs, involvement in all Board of Director and corporate governance matters, financing, 

mergers and acquisition activities as well as other executive activities for MasTec Inc., an infrastructure engineering 

and construction company. He is a founding member of the BBVA Compass Miami Advisory Board. Cardenas 

earned a BS in Accounting from the University of Florida, a MS in Taxation from Florida International University 

and attended the George Washington University Law School. Cardenas is involved in several organizations 

including serving as the Chairman of the Legal Cabinet for the United Way of Miami-Dade County, the Board 

of Directors for Easter Seals of South Florida and participating in Florida Leadership Class XXXII. He lives in 

Pinecrest, FL with his wife and three children.

Robert Christophe Frazier, Lead Capital Analyst, Citrix Systems, Inc. Robert Christophe Frazier has 15 years 

of experience in business finance. He’s a fourth generation Miamian with an established South Florida legacy. 

Frazier’s great grandfather started the Miami Times newspaper in 1923. Frazier’s mother Regina Jollivette Frazier 

and uncle, Cyrus Jollivette, are both Senior Members of the Orange Bowl Committee. Frazier received a BA in 

Economics from Duke University and a MBA in Finance from the University of Miami. He serves on the Board 

of Directors for Archbishop Curley Notre Dame High School and is Polemarch for the Miami Alumni Chapter of 

Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc. He lives in Coconut Grove, FL.

Nan A. Markowitz, Office of Management and Budget, Miami-Dade County. Nan A. Markowitz has worked for 

local and state government agencies for more than 25 years. Over the years, volunteering has been a priority for 

her. She is currently on the City of Coral Gables Cultural Development Board and Foster Care Review Board of 

Directors. Some of her past positions include the University of Miami Alumni Association Board of Trustees, the 

United Way of Miami-Dade County Board of Trustees, Girl Scout Council Board of Directors, Coconut Grove Arts 

Festival Board of Directors and she participated in Leadership Miami. She holds a BA in English Literature from 

the University of Miami. She lives in Coral Gables, FL with her son.

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A Courageous Comeback

San José State’s Anthony Larceval Defies Odds to Get Back on the Field

San José State’s Anthony Larceval was named the winner of the 

2013 Discover Orange Bowl-FWAA Courage Award.

Larceval becomes the second player from San José State to win the 

Courage Award after Neil Parry (2003), now a graduate assistant 

defensive coach on the Spartans football team.

Larceval was honored on the field during the 2014 Discover Orange 

Bowl on Jan. 3. He received his trophy at the AvMed Coaches 

Luncheon presented by Deloitte on Jan. 2.

The 6-2, 284-pound defensive tackle from Spring Valley, California., 

was named second team All-Western Athletic Conference in 2012, 

but he never made it to the team’s bowl practices. On Dec. 14, 

2012, he was admitted to the hospital and diagnosed with viral 

meningoencephalitis, a virus that infects and causes swelling in the 


After slipping into unconsciousness, he didn’t awake until Jan. 5, 

2013 and completely missed San José State’s 29-20 Military Bowl 

victory over Bowling Green on Dec. 27, 2012.

“I think back a lot on it,” Larceval said. “I went a month without 

knowing any part of my life.I essentially lost a month. I reflect on it, 

knowing I missed the Military Bowl, Christmas, my dad’s birthday 

and New Year’s. It hurts.”

Larceval lost 40 pounds and needed outpatient speech, physical, 

occupational and recreational therapy to recover. Although the 

San José State medical staff said he would miss the 2013 season, 

Anthony defied the prognosis and was back with the team at the 

start of preseason camp in August.

“My mother definitely didn’t want me to come back and play,” 

Larceval said. “My dad was pushing me to move on. All the time I 

was thinking of my three younger brothers and that was motivation 

to come back and do everything and my teammates wearing my 

name and number in the Military Bowl. Seeing their reactions 

when I came back on field was tremendous.”

During the Spartans’ 6-6 2013 season, Larceval made nine tackles 

(six unassisted) and had one quarterback hurry. He is a child 

development major who wants to become a teacher and/or a coach.

Parry, who suffered a compound fracture during a 2000 game that 

led to a partial amputation of his right leg, became the first player 

to come back and play college football with a prosthetic leg in 


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Larceval was recognized as the recipient of the Courage Award winner at the 

2014 Discover Orange Bowl

On Dec. 14, 2012, Larceval was admitted to the hospital and diagnosed with viral 

meningoencephalitis.  After slipping into unconsciousness, he didn’t awake until 

Jan. 5, 2013.

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Continued from page 7

“After all he had gone through, he is one of the first coaches, 

persons around San José State to come to me and put his arm 

around me and let me know he was there for me in every way,” 

Larceval said. “When he told me to never give up, that was big 

encouragement. It was the only thing I could control.”

“To see where Anthony was and to see what he went through, 

nobody thought he was going to be able to come back and play 

football again. When he got out of the hospital, comes into the 

(football) office, to see the shape he was in, to be able to get back 

on to the field is one thing, but to be productive is another,” Parry 

said. “Anthony is a great young man and put a lot of work into 

coming back this year. He did a heck of a job just to get back to a 

normal life and to get back to being a Division I football player is 

another. It’s very fitting for Anthony to receive this award.”

A select group of writers from the FWAA vote on the winner each 

year. The requirements for nomination include displaying courage 

on or off the field, including overcoming an injury or physical 

handicap, preventing a disaster or living through hardship.

“Anthony’s story was quite unusual and moving,” said FWAA 

Executive Director Steve Richardson. “We had numerous good 

stories of players and others who personified what this award is all 

about. His was certainly compelling.” 

Previous winners of the FWAA’s Courage Award are Clemson 

wide receiver Daniel Rodriguez (2012), Michigan State offensive 

lineman Arthur Ray Jr. (2011), Rutgers defensive tackle Eric 

LeGrand (2010), the University of Connecticut football team 

(2009), Tulsa’s Wilson Holloway (2008), Navy’s Zerbin Singleton 

(2007), Clemson’s Ray Ray McElrathbey (2006), the Tulane 

football team (2005), Memphis’ Haracio Colen (2004), San José 

State’s Neil Parry (2003) and Toledo’s William Bratton (2002). 

Larceval was named All-Western Athletic Conference Second Team in 2012

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Florida State Freshmen Wins Lou Groza Award

Florida State University freshman Roberto 

Aguayo was named the winner of the 2013 

National Lou Groza Collegiate Place-

Kicker Award. The award, has become the 

most prestigious college football award 

for kickers and has been sponsored by the 

Orange Bowl Committee since 1999. 

Aguayo made 99.1% of his total kicks, 

going 21 for 22 on field goals and 94 for 

94 on extra points. The 94 extra points 

have shattered the FBS record for most 

consecutive PATs in one season. Aguayo 

made the first 70 kicks of his career, 

setting the Seminoles’ all-time record for 

consecutive makes. His 157 points are the 

most by any kicker this season, the most 

by any player at any position, and set the 

single season record for both FSU and the 


Aguayo is the second freshman to ever 

win the Lou Groza Award, joining 2007 

winner Thomas Weber of Arizona State. 

He is the third FSU kicker to take home 

the trophy in the 22 year history of the 

award, joining two-time winner Sebastian 

Janikowski (1998, 1999) and Graham Gano 

(2008). The national panel of 750 voters is 

comprised of college football media, FBS 

coaches and SIDs, and previous Groza 


Credit: Jeremey Esbrandt

Credit: PBC Sports Commission

Local players from Orange Bowl Selected in NFL Draft

With the 15th overall pick, the Pittsburgh 

Steelers chose Plantation High standout 

and former Ohio State Buckeye outside 

linebacker Ryan Shazier. OSU appeared in 

the 2014 Orange Bowl. 

Florida State running back Devonta 

Freeman faced Northern Illinois defensive 

linemen Ken Bishop in 2013 Orange 

Bowl and both were drafted. Freeman, 

helped Miami Central win a state title in 

2010. Before that, he played in the Orange 

Bowl Youth Football Alliance. The Dallas 

Cowboys selected Bishop in seventh round. 

The Piper high graduate attended Ellsworth 

Community College in Iowa Falls, Iowa 

before transferring to NIU.  

2013 Orange Bowl youth Football alliance sponsors

Ryan Shazier, Credit Ohio State University 

Devonta Freeman, Credit Florida State University 

Ken Bishop, Credit Northern Illinois University 

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Since 2011, the Orange Bowl Kicks for Kids program has provided 

South Florida’s youth the opportunity to participate in and reap 

the rewards of sports and exercise by receiving a pair of good 

athletic shoes. Together, the Orange Bowl and the South Florida 

community have been able to collect approxiamtely 10,000 pairs of 

new or moderately used shoes. 

Congratulations to the winners of the 2013 Orange Bowl Kicks for 

Kids School Challenge: Nova Middle School, Eugenia B. Thomas 

K-8 Center, Park Trails Elementary and Dr. WMA Chapman 


Each of the winning schools in the latest contest received a $2,500 

grant from the Orange Bowl for collecting the most shoes.

The Orange Bowl would like to say thank you to the nearly 50 

schools throughout South Florida who participated in this year’s 

challenge. With their help, more than 4,000 pairs of shoes were 

collected in 2013.

The shoes were then donated to In Jacob’s Shoes, which provides 

new and gently used shoes, school supplies and athletic gear to 

children in need. 

The 2013 Kicks for Kids program was supported by Baptist Health 

South Florida, which also collected shoes at participating Baptist 

outpatient services locations.   

Student volunteer photos provided by The Jacob S. Zweig Foundation, Inc./ In 

Jacob’s Shoes 

Just for Kicks

Orange Bowl collects 4,000 Pairs of shoes for local Children

new Members

Continued from page 4

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Dev Ramesh Motwani, President, Merrimac Ventures. Dev Ramesh Motwani has been involved in his family’s 

hotel business in Fort Lauderdale, FL since he was a teen. He now oversees the business that has expanded into 

a real estate development, management and investment company. Since 2008, Motwani has chaired the Jeb Bush 

Classic Beach Bash Benefitting Cystic Fibrosis. He is also a member of the Broward Center for the Performance 

Arts Foundation Board. Motwani has served on the board for a number of South Florida organizations including 

the Greater Fort Lauderdale Chamber of Commerce, the Riverwalk Trust, The South Florida Land Trust and the 

Broward Housing Partnership. He double majored in Economics and Public Policy at Duke University and earned a 

MS in Real Estate Development from Columbia University. He lives in Fort Lauderdale, FL.

Brian Poulin, Principal, Evergreen Partners. Brian Poulin owns and manages a real estate management and 

development firm that specializes in affordable housing nationwide. He currently serves on the board for multiple 

organizations: the Humane Society of Broward County, Nova Southeastern University Sports Advisory Board 

and the Institute for Responsible Affordable Housing Preservation. He was also appointed by the Mayor of Fort 

Lauderdale to the Fort. Lauderdale Affordable Housing Advisory Committee. He graduated from Tufts University 

with a BA in Economics. He went on to receive a J.D. from the University of Maine School of Law and LL.M in 

Taxation from Boston University. He lives in Fort. Lauderdale, FL with his wife.

Douglas M. Seaton, Managing Partner, D. Seaton and Associates. Douglas M. Seaton has been practicing law 

for the past 15 years and is a member of the Bar in Florida, New York and Washington D.C. Born and raised in 

Kingston, Jamaica, his family moved to New York in 1990. He graduated from Tufts University and he received his 

J.D. from the Maurice A. Deane School of Law at Hofstra University. Following graduation and before practicing 

law, he spent time as an educator in the New York City public school system. He is a Trustee for the United Way of 

Miami-Dade County. He lives in Miami Shores, FL with his wife and three children.

Effie D. Silva, Partner, McDermott Will & Emery. Effie D. Silva practices international commercial litigation and 

arbitration for the law firm McDermott Will & Emery. Among others, Silva is on the Board of Directors for the Dade 

County Bar Association and the Legal Services of Greater Miami, Inc.  She played Division III soccer, basketball 

and lacrosse at Wellesley College where she double majored in International Relations and Studio Art. She went 

on to receive her J.D. from the University of Florida Levin College of Law. As a former collegiate athlete, she is 

passionate about sports and believes in the positive impact it has on children. She lives in Miami, FL.

Hector Tundidor Jr., Miami Managing Partner and Florida Transaction Advisory Service Leader for Ernst & 

Young LLP. Hector Tundidor Jr. has been with Ernst & Young since 1992. He serves on several boards including 

the United Way of Miami-Dade Campaign Cabinet Advisory Board, the Miami Children’s Hospital Foundation 

President’s Council Advisory Board, the Association of Latino Professionals in Finance & Accounting, the Cuban-

American Association of Certified Public Accounts and Easter Seals. He also co-founded EY/FIU student Teaching 

Lab. Tundidor Jr. was born, raised and educated in Miami-Dade County. He received his B.A. in Accounting from 

Florida International University and his M.S. in Accounting from the University of Miami. He lives in Miami with 

his wife and three children. 

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The local community will also benefit from the project, as Ives 

Estates Park will be able to attract a greater range of youth athletic 

competitions and community activities. 

This is the Orange Bowl’s third Legacy Gift to the South Florida 

community. In January 2011, the Orange Bowl, in conjunction 

with the City of Miami, cut the ribbon on Orange Bowl Field at 

Moore Park, a much needed youth football stadium and facilities at 

urban Miami’s inner city Moore Park. It was the culmination of a 

legacy gift initiative the Orange Bowl spearheaded in recognition 

of its 75th anniversary in 2008-09. Moore Park is the site of the 

1933 and 1934 Palm Festivals, the predecessor of the Orange Bowl 


Ives estates Park

Continued from page 1

On January 6, 2009, the Orange Bowl cut the ribbon and unveiled the renovations at Moore Park in Miami, the site of the 

Palm Festival, the predessor to the Orange Bowl.

In 2013, the Orange Bowl, in conjunction with the City of Fort 

Lauderdale cut the ribbon to unveil renovations to Joseph C. Carter 

Park in Fort Lauderdale. Renovations at Carter Park included the 

installation of a new synthetic turf football field, now called Orange 

Bowl Field at Carter Park, an eight lane track, enhanced spectator 

areas and new scoreboard.

Combined, the Orange Bowl Legacy Gift projects have provided 

approximately $10 million worth of improvements toward the 

beautification of the South Florida community and recreational park 

activities for residents and their families. 

On January 5, 2013, the Orange Bowl cut the ribbon and unveiled the renovations at Carter Park in Fort Lauderdale.

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regular season and tournament champions went undefeated (21-0) 

in the conference. They finished the regular season ranked number 

one in the AP and USA Today Coaches Polls. Last season marked 

the fourth consecutive year the Gators made it to the Elite Eight. 

The Wake Forest Demon Deacons will make their first appearance 

in the Classic but it will be the second for first year head coach 

Danny Manning. He faced FSU in 2012 as head coach of the Tulsa 

Hurricanes. The Seminoles came out on top with a 82-63 victory. 

Wake Forest is coming off a 17-16 season which included big wins 

over Duke, North Carolina and NIT Final Four team, Clemson. 

A roster stacked with talented sophomores, Wake Forest’s young 

team received plenty of experience against some of the nation’s 

top teams this past season which should make for a great matchup 

against a high-caliber Florida team in December.

Florida State is back to make its sixth appearance. They are 

4-1 all-time in Classic. Last year, in the 20th annual MetroPCS 

Orange Bowl Basketball Classic, they handed the University 

of Massachusetts (#22) its first loss of the season in a closely 

contested game, 60-55. Last season, Leonard Hamilton’s Seminoles 

also had big wins over VCU (#10), Clemson and Pittsburgh. Their 

resume helped them land an invitation and a number one seeding in 

the NIT, where they made it to the national semi-final, falling just 

one game short of the championship.

The University of South Florida Bulls will start a new regime under 

recently hired head coach Orlando Antigua. Formerly an assistant 

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FSU Center Boris Bojanovsky’s (left) career high 7 blocks in 

2013 Classic also tied a the individul game record.

coach under John Calipari’s Kentucky Wildcats who were also in 

the Final Four this year, Antigua helped Kentucky win a national 

title in 2012. He is nationally recognized for being a premier 

recruiter, attracting future NBA talents to Kentucky including 

John Wall and Anthony Davis as well as current players Aaron and 

Andrew Harrison. The Bulls’ biggest win in 2013-14 came against 

NIT finalist SMU.  

With assistance from title sponsor MetroPCS and associate 

sponsors BB&T Center, Coca-Cola, FOX Sports Florida / Sun 

Sports, Greater Fort Lauderdale CVB, Reese’s, Sports Authority, 

Sunshine Health and The Miami Herald, the Orange Bowl 

Basketball Classic will be the only Division I basketball played in 

Broward County again next season. For ticket information please 

contact the Orange Bowl ticket sales office at (305) 341-4701 or 









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