NCAA Postgraduate Scholars

2019 - Mary-Frances Hall (Golf)
2018 - Gillen Beck (Soccer)
2017 - Conley Hurst (Golf)
2015 - Patricia Kirkland (Tennis)
2015 - Rick Sykes (Swimming)
2013 - Lauren Schultz (Cross Country/Track & Field)
2012 - Chris Washnock (Swimming)
2012 - Brian Stirling (Swimming)
2012 - Kat Lawson (Soccer)
2011 - Kate Donnelly (Field Hockey/Lacrosse)
2010 - Greg Kurkis (Football)
2010 - Brandon Barnds (Swimming)
2009 - Elizabeth Webb (Track & Field/Cross Country)
2009 - Paul Crook (Swimming)
2008 - Anne Van Devender (Soccer)
2008 - Tim McGlaston (Swimming)
2007 - Scot Pittman (Soccer)
2006 - Nathan Johnson (Cross Country)
2005 - Lindsay Hagerman (Women’s Tennis)
2004 - Peter Dean (Baseball)
2004 - Eric Ritter (Men’s Swimming)
2003 - Erika Proko (Women’s Tennis)
2003 - John Melillo (Football)
1997 - Nathan Hottle (Water Polo/Swimming)
1996 - Craig Fantuzzi (Baseball)
1996 - Josephine Schaeffer (Women's Cross Country/Track)
1994 - Angie Carrington (Women's Lacrosse/Soccer)
1989 - Michael Magoline (Football)
1988 - Andrew White (Track)
1986 - Lawrence Anker (Wrestling)
1984 - John Graves (Basketball)
1983 - Brian Hanson (Basketball)
1982 - Michael Bernot (Swimming/Water Polo)
1981 - Lonnie Nunley (Football)
1980 - Scott Smith (Football)
1979 - Harry Hoke (Swimming)
1979 - Richard Wiles (Football)
1978 - Gerald Maatman (Golf)
1978 - Jeffrey Slatcoff (Football)
1975 - William Brotherton (Swimming)
1974 - William Wallace (Football)
1970 - Michael Thornton (Football)