'SportsCenter' wins for best daily studio show

Updated: May 3, 2005, 11:59 AM ET
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NEW YORK -- ESPN's "SportsCenter" won for best daily sports studio show at the 26th Annual Sports Emmy Awards on Monday night.

In addition to the award for "SportsCenter," Joe Morgan won for best sports event analyst, Chris Connelly's SportsCenter piece on high school cross country runner Ben Comen won for best long feature, ESPN25 won for best graphic design, and ESPN2's Dick Enberg won the Dick Schaap writing award for his Wimbledon work.

The list:

•Live Sports Special: The Masters, CBS
•Live Sports Series: ABC's NFL Monday Night Football, ABC
•Live Event Turnaround: The Games of the XXVIII Olympiad, NBC
•Edited Sports Special: Ironman Triathlon World Championship, NBC and Ironman Productions
•Sports Documentary: The Games of the XXVIII Olympiad: Stylianos Kryiakides, The Journey of a Warrior, NBC
•Edited Sports Series-Anthology: Real Sports with Bryant Gumbel, HBO
•Studio Show, Weekly: Inside the NFL, HBO
•Studio Show, Daily: SportsCenter, ESPN
•Sports Personality, Studio Host: Bob Costas,NBC and HBO
•Sports Personality, Play-by-play: Joe Buck, FOX
•Sports Personality, Studio Analyst: Cris Collinsworth, HBO
•Sports Personality, Sports Event Analyst: Joe Morgan, ESPN
•Technical Team, Remote: NASCAR on FOX, FOX
•Technical Team, Studio: The Games of the XXVIII Olympiad, NBC
•Camera Work: Road to the Super Bowl XXXVIII, CBS and NFL Films
•Editing: Peter Frank, NFL Films Presents on NFL Network, "Michael Zagaris," NFL Network and NFL Films; and Derek Ambrosi, Wimbledon on NBC, "Patrick Stewart Tease and Closing Thoughts," NBC
•Dick Schaap Writing Award: Dick Enberg, Wimbledon on ESPN2, "Wimbledon Reflections," ESPN2
•Music Composition-Direction-Lyrics: Tom Hedden and David Robidouxm, Favre 4-Ever, FOX and NFL Films; and Brian Keane, Nine Innings From Ground Zero, HBO and MLB Productions
•Live Event Audio-Sound: Great Outdoor Games, ESPN
•Post Produced Audio-Sound: Brian V. Rio, NBA on TNT Thursdays, "Opening Game, All-Star Game and Trick Daddy Teases," TNT
•Graphic Design: ESPN25, ESPN
•Production Design-Art Direction: World Figure Skating Championships, "STOMP Teases and Bumps," ABC
•George Wensel Innovative Technical Achievement Award: The Games of the XXVIII Olympiad, "Stromotion," NBC
•Sports Journalism: Real Sports with Bryant Gumbel, "Sport of Sheikhs," HBO
•Short Feature: The Super Bowl Today, "NFL Quarterbacks," CBS
•Open-Tease: The Games of the XXVIII Olympiad, "The Games Come Home Tease," NBC
•Long Feature: SportsCenter, "Ben Comen," ESPN
•Sports Lifetime Achievement Award: Chet Simmons, former president of NBC Sports and ESPN