ESPY Awards: The Complete Winners List

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The U.S. women's soccer team accepts their prize at the 2015 ESPY Awards

Joel McHale hosts the 23rd annual ESPYs, broadcasting live from the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles, where Peyton Manning, Ronda Rousey and LeBron James are among the winners.

The 23rd annual ESPY Awards are being handed out on Wednesday evening from the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles.

Joel McHale is hosting the ceremony, which recognized the best sports performers and memorable performances from the past year.

The full list of winners is below:

Best Team

New England Patriots

Connecticut Huskies

Golden State Warriors

Chicago Blackhawks

Ohio State Buckeyes

U.S. Women's Soccer (WINNER)

Best Record-Breaking Performance

Lauren Chamberlain hits 91st home run in NCAA softball

Devin Hester takes punt in for 20th touchdown return

Peyton Manning throws record-509th touchdown pass (WINNER)

Klay Thompson scores 37 points in a single quarter

Best Breakthrough Athlete

Odell Beckham Jr., New York Giants

Mo’ne Davis, Little League Baseball (WINNER)

Cardale Jones, Ohio State Buckeyes

Jordan Spieth, PGA

Best Championship Performance

American Pharoah, Race Horse

Madison Bumgarner, San Francisco Giants

Lauren Haeger, Florida Softball

LeBron James, Cleveland Cavaliers (WINNER)

Best Female Athlete

Ronda Rousey, MMA (WINNER)

Breanna Stewart, UConn Basketball

Lindsey Vonn, Skiing

Serena Williams, WTA

Best Comeback Athlete

Rob Gronkowski, New England Patriots (WINNER)

Alex Rodriguez, New York Yankees

Derrick Rose, Chicago Bulls

Lindsey Vonn, Skiing

Best Play

Odell Beckham, Jr. catch (WINNER)

Best NBA Player

Stephen Curry, Golden State Warriors (WINNER)

Anthony Davis, New Orleans Pelicans

James Harden, Houston Rockets

LeBron James, Cleveland Cavaliers

Russell Westbrook, Oklahoma City Thunder

Best Upset

Georgia State over Baylor, NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament

Kansas City Royals wins AL Pennant

Mississippi over Alabama, FBS (WINNER)

Best Male Athlete

Stephen Curry, Golden State Warriors (WINNER)

LeBron James, Cleveland Cavaliers

Aaron Rodgers, Green Bay Packers

JJ Watt, Houston Texans

Best NFL Player

Tom Brady, New England Patriots

Antonio Brown, Pittsburgh Steelers

DeMarco Murray, Dallas Cowboys

Aaron Rodgers, Green Bay Packers (WINNER)

JJ Watt, Houston Texans

Best Fighter

Donald Cerrone, MMA

Terence Crawford, Boxing

Gennady Golovkin (GGG), Boxing

Floyd Mayweather Jr, Boxing

Ronda Rousey, MMA (WINNER)

Best Coach/Manager

Geno Auriemma, UConn Huskies

Bill Belichick, New England Patriots

Steve Kerr, Golden State Warriors (WINNER)

Mike Krzyzewski, Duke Blue Devils

Urban Meyer, Ohio State Buckeyes

Best International Athlete

Novak Djokovic, ATP

Lewis Hamilton, Formula One

Lydia Ko, LPGA

Lionel Messi, Barcelona/Argentina (WINNER)

Cristiano Ronaldo, Real Madrid/Portugal

Best MLB Player

Madison Bumgarner, San Francisco Giants

Clayton Kershaw, Los Angeles Dodgers

Corey Kluber, Cleveland Indians

Giancarlo Stanton, Miami Marlins

Mike Trout, Los Angeles Angels (WINNER)

Best NHL Player

Duncan Keith, Chicago Blackhawks

Alexander Ovechkin, Washington Capitals

Carey Price, Montreal Canadiens

John Tavares, New York Islanders

Jonathan Toews, Chicago Blackhawks (WINNER)

Best Driver

Erica Enders-Stevens, NHRA

Lewis Hamilton, Formula One

Kevin Harvick, NASCAR (WINNER)

Juan Pablo Montoya, IndyCar

Will Power, IndyCar

Best Male Golfer

Rory McIlroy

Jordan Spieth (WINNER)

Billy Horschel

Best Male Action Sports Athlete

Ryan Dungey, Motocross (WINNER)

Tucker Hibbert, SnoCross

Nyjah Huston, Skateboarding

Mark McMorris, Snowboarding

Josh Sheehan, Freestyle Motocross

Best Female Action Sports Athlete

Paige Alms, Surfing

Kelly Clark, Snowboarding (WINNER)

Stephanie Gilmore, Surfing

Laia Sanz, Enduro/motorbike

Best Jockey

Javier Castellano

Victor Espinoza (WINNER)

Joel Rosario

Best Bowler

Jason Belmonte (WINNER)

Parker Bohn III

Mike Fagan

Best MLS Player

Robbie Keane, Los Angeles Galaxy (WINNER)

Obafemi Martins, Seattle Sounders

Lee Nguyen, New England Revolution

Bradley Wright-Phillips, New York Red Bulls

Best Game

A’s vs. Royals, MLB AL Wild Card

Spurs vs. Clippers Game 7, NBA Western Conference Quarterfinals

Patriots vs. Seahawks, Super Bowl (WINNER)

Best WNBA Player

Skylar Diggins, Tulsa Shock (WINNER)

Brittney Griner, Phoenix Mercury

Maya Moore, Minnesota Lynx

Candace Parker, Los Angeles Sparks

Diana Taurasi, Phoenix Mercury

Best Female Golfer

Lydia Ko (WINNER)

Stacy Lewis

Inbee Park

Best Male Tennis Player

Marin Cilic

Novak Djokovic (WINNER)

Roger Federer

Stan Wawrinka

Best Female Tennis Player

Simona Halep

Petra Kvitova

Maria Sharapova

Serena Williams (WINNER)

Best Male College Athlete

Jack Eichel, Boston University Hockey

Frank Kaminsky, Wisconsin Basketball

Marcus Mariota, Oregon Football (WINNER)

Logan Stieber, Ohio State Wrestling

Dansby Swanson, Vanderbilt Baseball

Best Female College Athlete

Taylor Cummings, Maryland Lacrosse

Missy Franklin, Cal Swimming (WINNER)

Lauren Haeger, Florida Softball

Micha Hancock, Penn State Volleyball

Breanna Stewart, Connecticut Basketball

Best Male Athlete with a Disability

Joe Berenyi, Cycling

Josh Pauls, Sled Hockey

Krige Schabort, Triathlon (WINNER)

Mike Shea, Snowboarding

Andy Soule, Nordic Skiing

Best Female Athlete with a Disability

Kendall Gretsch, Triathlon

Oksana Masters, Nordic Skiing

Tatyana McFadden, Track and Field

Becca Meyers, Swimming (WINNER)

Greta Neimanas, Cycling

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