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Publish date: Jul 22, 2013

Spring sports postgraduate scholarship winners announced

The NCAA’s 2013 spring sports postgraduate scholarship winners have been announced, with 29 male and 29 female spring sports student-athletes each receiving $7,500. Similar awards are given each season to fall and winter student-athletes, totaling 174 individual winners.

To qualify, student-athletes must excel academically and athletically, be in their final year of eligibility and plan to pursue graduate study. Student-athletes must also maintain at least a 3.2 grade-point average and be nominated by their institution’s faculty athletics representative.

Created in 1964, the NCAA Postgraduate Scholarships promote and encourage education by rewarding the Association’s most accomplished student-athletes.

Nathan Anderson, golf, North Dakota State
Brett Austin, outdoor track and field, Western Kentucky
Bjorn Barrefors, outdoor track and field, Nebraska
Shane Basen, baseball, North Carolina
Kevin Caulfield, tennis, Haverford
Lucas Cherry, outdoor track and field, Southern Illinois
Austin Cook, golf, Arkansas
Justin Creel, baseball, Costal Carolina
Benjamin Depo, outdoor track and field, Plattsburgh State
Brian Himelright, outdoor track and field, North Carolina State
Phillip Imholte, baseball, St. Cloud State
Max Lang, outdoor track and field, Florida
Troy Larson, baseball, Minnesota
Eric Law, lacrosse, Denver
Matthew Martin, outdoor track and field, Ohio Wesleyan
Thomas McCarthy, baseball, Kentucky
Timothy McGurrin, tennis, Scranton
Robert Page, outdoor track and field, Boston
Demetrios Pagonis, outdoor track and field, Davidson
Gregory Patton, outdoor track and field, Augustana (Illinois)
Mike Pelletier, volleyball, Springfield
Parker Petty, outdoor track and field, Abilene Christian
Mark Quaranta, baseball, Mount St. Mary’s
Thomas Rouse, volleyball, Ball State
Anthony Sherbakov, tennis, UC Davis
John Straka, baseball, North Dakota State
Matthias Treff, outdoor track and field, Virginia Tech
Victor Valente, tennis, Georgia State
Dawson Vorderbreugge, outdoor track and field, Cal State Stanislaus
Kayla Braud, softball, Alabama
Leslie Brost, outdoor track and field, North Dakota State
Brigid Byrne, outdoor track and field, Navy
Emily Canales, outdoor track and field, Redlands
Raven Chavanne, softball, Tennessee
Jasmine DePompeo, lacrosse, Navy
Amy Dreessen, softball, Southwest Minnesota State
Elizabeth Evans, outdoor track and field, Rose-Hulman
Constance Ezugha, outdoor track and field, Arizona State
Maria Foehse, tennis, Alabama
Olivia Galati, softball, Hofstra
Kathryn Gross, outdoor track and field, Seattle Pacific
Brittany Hammer, softball, Seton Hall
Sally Hansen, outdoor track and field, Utah Valley
Kaaren Hatlen, softball, Pacific Lutheran
Kelsey Horton, softball, Florida
Shari Huber, softball, Luther College
Sarah Jones, outdoor track and field, Augustana (Illinois)
Laura Krull, tennis, Grinnell
Jenny Liles, tennis, Sewanee (University of the South)
Jenna Marston, softball, Missouri
Whitney McAteer, golf, Northeastern State
Lindsay Menton, lacrosse, Gettysburg
Ashley Olen, lacrosse, LIU Post
Alexis Paine, outdoor track and field, Alabama
Hope Robbins, softball, Arkansas
Leah Sack, lacrosse, Kenyon
Holly Schell, softball, Immaculata
Kara Wang, tennis, Pomona-Pitzer

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