Two University Athletes Each Receive NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship
Two Case Western Reserve University fall student-athletes have received a postgraduate scholarship from the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA). Stephanie Nothelle of Porter, Ind., a member of the women's cross country team, along with Stephen Hrinda of Fairview, Pa., a member of the men's cross country team, have earned a scholarship to use toward graduate studies. Nothelle will receive a degree in biology and German this spring, while Hrinda received a degree in biology in May 2006 and is currently pursuing a master's degree in business administration and public health.
"Our department and university, are very proud of both Stephanie and Stephen," said athletic director Dave Diles. "They represent the very best of intercollegiate athletics. Their academic, athletic and service records are exceptional, and I'm certain that they will utilize the scholarship assistance to advance their education and prepare themselves for highly productive careers."
The NCAA awards up to 174 postgraduate scholarships annually, 87 for men and 87 for women. The scholarships are awarded to student-athletes who excel academically and athletically and who are in their final year of intercollegiate athletics competition.
The one-time, nonrenewable grants of $7,500 each are awarded for fall, winter and spring sports. Each sports season, there are 29 scholarships available for men and 29 scholarships available for women. Read more.
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