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2014 Wisconsin Sports Awards Scholarship

Congratulations to the winners of our 2014 Wisconsin Sports Awards Scholarship Contest! These four finalists joined us on Thursday, April 24, 2014 at the Milwaukee School of Engineering to receive their scholarships at the Wisconsin Sports Awards. Watch for information on the 2015 scholarship contest in January of 2015.


$5,000 Male Winner

Adam Vechart • Menomonee Falls, WI • Menomonee Falls High School

“I have learned through athletics that a competitive desire is not enough; hard work, dedication and sacrifice are also necessary.”

Adam will attend Indiana University this fall to pursue a degree in international business and legal studies, with the possibility of later attending law school. His career aspirations include working within the business sector of a professional sports team or an international corporation, as well as using his skills for the betterment of an organization.

$5,000 Female Winner

Cecilia (CeAnna) Soper • Hartland, WI • Arrowhead High School

“It is in the most unexpected circumstances that the greatest lessons are learned and the greatest successes achieved.”

CeAnna will attend High Point University this fall, pursuing degrees in sports communication and psychology within the honors program. She will join the division one Panthers track and field team, running hurdles and sprints with ambitious goals. CeAnna hopes to ultimately work at ESPN.

 

$2,000 Male Winner

Trey Horbinski • Necedah, WI • Necedah High School

“Athletic participation has not only contributed to my development; it is the foundation of my very being.”

Trey will attend the Milwaukee School of Engineering this fall in pursuit of a degree in civil engineering. He looks forward to participating in professional organizations, Engineers Without Borders and multiple internships to help guide his career and long-term impact.

 

$2,000 Female Winner

Audrey Adler • Oconomowoc, WI • Oconomowoc High School

“Sports have taught me to push through uncomfortable situations, whether they’re difficult or may even seem impossible.”

Aspiring to become a neurosurgical physician, Audrey’s career interests lie in the science, research and treatment surrounding brain injuries. After watching her younger sister suffer through a series of concussions that caused her to quit sports and turn to home schooling, Audrey decided to gear her long-term goals toward helping those with head injuries. She has been accepted to the University of Denver, the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and the University of Wisconsin – Madison. 

 


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