NCAA Post-Grad Scholarships Awarded to Track & Field Student-Athletes
The NCAA’s 2013 spring sports postgraduate scholarship winners have been announced, with 13 male and nine female outdoor track & field student-athletes from all three divisions each receiving $7,500 to pursue post-graduate studies.
The track & field recipients are part of a larger class of 29 men and 29 women from all NCAA spring sports, and a total of 174 between men and women when including fall and winter sports.
Per the NCAA, to qualify student-athletes must excel academically and athletically, be in their final year of eligibility and plan to pursue graduate study. A 3.2 grade point average and a nomination by their institution’s faculty athletics representative are also requirements to be eligible for the award.
The scholarship has been awarded since 1964.
A full list of winners can be found below.
|Leslie Brost||North Dakota State|
|Constance Ezugha||Arizona State|
|Kathryn Gross||Seattle Pacific|
|Sally Hansen||Utah Valley|
|Sarah Jones||Augustana (Ill.)|
|Brett Austin||Western Kentucky|
|Benjamin Depo||Plattsburgh State|
|Brian Himelright||N.C. State|
|Matthew Martin||Ohio Wesleyan|
|Robert Page||Boston University|
|Gregory Patton||Augustana (Ill.)|
|Parker Petty||Abilene Christian|
|Matthias Treff||Virginia Tech|
|Dawson Vorderbreugge||Cal State Stanislaus|