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Courtesy: Saint Louis Athletics

Get in the Game Scholarship

Courtesy: Saint Louis Athletics
          Release: 08/28/2013
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Background

Through participation in intercollegiate athletics, women learn to understand and appreciated the values of preparation, hard work, responsibility, team work, humility, confidence and perseverance.  Combine these lessons of enrichments with the opportunity to receive a first-rate education at Saint Louis University and you have found the successful combination of developing future female leaders in society.

At Saint Louis University, an athletic scholarship enables a student-athlete to develop their athletic potential while at the same time receive an outstanding Jesuit education.  The Get in the Game Scholarship provides a great example.  This scholarship provides funding to a deserving female student-athlete giving them the opportunity to maximize their academic and athletic opportunities at Saint Louis University.

Beneficiaries

Talented female student-athletes at Saint Louis University are the direct beneficiaries of the Get in the Game Scholarship.  Many of the past recipients have gone on to become successful young women with bright futures.  Previous recipients include: 

Natalie Blair Gamez – Owner, Red Jett Sweets

Mary Moloney - Business Development Manager, Corporate Partnerships at Chicago Fire Soccer Club

Megan Nigbur –  Employed with The Boeing Company

Jessica Van Nostrand - Graduated in May 2013 with BS in Business Administration

Opportunities to Get in the Game

Make a gift to the Get in the Game Scholarship by contacting the Athletic Department at 314-977-8180 or at lubusme@slu.edu

Attend a Get in the Game event during the year.  There are many opportunities to get involved throughout the year at women’s athletic events and at the annual Get in the Game Luncheon.

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