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The Fond du Lac Soccer Association (FDLSA) scholarships were established to help college-bound graduating seniors who participated in the FDLSA soccer program. The FDLSA scholarship will be annual one-time award of $250 to (1) male and (1) female graduating high school seniors.
General Information to Applicants:
1. This scholarship program is administered solely by the Fond du Lac Soccer Association.
2. Scholarships money will be paid to the individual before August 1, 2020.
3. This scholarship is open to any applicants within the Fond du Lac County area who have participated in a Fond du Lac Soccer Association soccer program and are graduating high school seniors.
4. Applicants must have played on a Fond du Lac Soccer Association team for at least 4 years (does not need to be consecutive).
5. Awards are contingent upon proof of acceptance and enrollment in a full-time academic program at an accredited college, university, or technical college in the Fall of 2020.
6. If selected the FDLSA will request a photo of you to utilize online when the award is announced, by providing a photo you are giving permission for the FDLSA to use your photo in marketing, on fondysoccer.com and associated social media websites.
7. All scholarship applications must be completed and submitted no later than May 31, 2020 to be considered.
8. The scholarship winner will be awarded no later than June 30, 2020.
The Fond du Lac Soccer Association (FDLSA) recently named Hailey Ahrens, Morgan Krupp, and Luke Meihack the winners of its 2017 FDLSA College Scholarship. Each received a $250 grant. While traditionally limited to two graduating high school seniors having participated in FDLSA’s soccer program, three scholarships were granted this year based on merit.
Ahrens began playing recreational soccer in second grade, and at age 10 advanced to the Club’s Phoenix Select League. She continued with the Phoenix through this past year in conjunction with Junior Varsity and Varsity teams all four years at Fond du Lac High School. Beyond her own soccer career, Ahrens has served as assistant coach to FDLSA recreational teams and contributed in volunteer roles.
Krupp, a graduate of St. Mary’s Springs Academy, has also shown her dedication to the Club and the sport with 10 years of playing soccer on various FDLSA teams. Since her sophomore year of high school, she has served as a referee. Krupp attributes soccer to many meaningful learning experiences, and enjoys being a referee and witnessing these same life lessons instilled on other players.
Meihack began playing recreational soccer at age five, and continued through high school on both Select League teams and with Winnebago Lutheran Academy. He has been a soccer referee since he was 12 years old, and most recently coached a U14 recreational team this summer.
“Hailey, Morgan, and Luke are excellent role models for our current and future soccer athletes,” said FDLSA President Chad Collett. “Their love of the game and willingness to give back are characteristics that are very deserving of this scholarship. We’re grateful for their contributions to the Club, and wish them our best in college and beyond.”
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