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2012 Foundation Scholarship Recipients

Tim & Tom Gullikson Scholarship
Congratulations to Monica Chan and Luke Hubert for being selected as the two recipients of the 2012 Tim & Tom Gullikson USTA/Midwest Section Scholarship. 

Monica Chan hails from South Bend, Ind.  She plays varsity tennis at Washington High School.  Chan’s team competed in the Northern Indiana Conference, and she was named the team’s Most Valuable Player.  In addition to playing varsity high school tennis, Chan learn to play tennis through a local community program.  Off the tennis court, Chan is a member of the National Honor Society.  In high school she has been involved with Student Council, Multicultural Club, Spell Bowl and Quiz Bowl.  Chan now teaches and mentors younger tennis players in the South Bend summer tennis program where she learned to play the sport. Chan plans to study accounting when she attends Indiana University this coming fall.

Hubert is a native from New Berlin, Wis.  He plays varsity tennis at New Berlin High School.  His team won the conference championships two years, and Hubert was named the team’s Most Valuable Player three times.  In addition to playing varsity high school tennis, Hubert also competed in his local USTA Jr. Team Tennis program in his community. Off the tennis court, Hubert is a College AP Scholar and Academic All Conference.  He has been involved in student government and this year serves as Senior Class President.  He is also a member of the National Honor Society, and participates on the Math Team.  Hubert has volunteered through his high school for two servant projects in Virginia and Idaho.  Hubert plans to study Pre-Medicine when he attends college this coming fall, and play collegiate tennis.

This scholarship was established in January 1998 to recognize Tim and Tom Gullikson and to reward youth players with funding to advance their educational and tennis interests. Each year, a $2,500 scholarship is presented to one female and one male junior tennis player from the USTA/Midwest Section.  The scholarship is designed to provide assistance to those who have demonstrated financial need and have shown ability, aptitude and promise as students and as tennis players.


Hooked on Tennis Scholarship
Congratulations to Andrea Fetters and Michael Schnarr for being selected as the two recipients of the 2012 Hooked on Tennis USTA/Midwest Section Scholarship. 

Fetters is a native from West Milton, Ohio.  She plays varsity tennis at Milton-Union High School.  She was a State Doubles Qualifier in 2010, named All-Area and All-State Academic, and received Most Valuable Player honors two years.  In addition to playing varsity high school tennis, Fetters also competed in her local USTA Jr. Team Tennis program, and played on her high school varsity softball team.  Off the tennis court, Fetters is a member of the National Honor Society and National Society High School Scholars, and involved in her school’s Student Government and Spanish Club.  She also serves as the school yearbook editor and writer, and has mentored younger high school students.  Fetters has volunteered through her high school for community service projects, and with a local tennis program.  Fetters plans to attend The Ohio State University Honors Program and study Biomedical/Chemical Engineering this coming fall.
 
Schnarr hails from Madison, Wis.  He played varsity tennis at Madison Metropolitan High School.  His high school team qualified for the state tournament, he was named All-Area and All-State, and received Most Valuable Player honors last year.  In addition to playing varsity high school tennis, Schnarr also competed in his local USTA Jr. Team Tennis program.  Off the tennis court, Schnarr is a member of the National Honor Society and enrolled in several college preparatory classes.  Schnarr has volunteered as a tennis mentor with a local program.  Schnarr plans to attend The University of Wisconsin-Whitewater and study Business or Sports Medicine this coming fall, and play collegiate tennis.
 
This scholarship was established in October 2010 to reward youth players with funding to advance their educational nd tennis interests. Each year, a $1,000 scholarship is presented to one female and one male junior tennis player from the USTA/Midwest Section.  The scholarship is designed to provide assistance to those who have demonstrated financial need and have shown ability, aptitude and promise as students and as tennis players.


Rick Van Horn Scholarship

Congratulations to Shelby Fenn for being selected as the 2012 Rick Van Horn USTA/Midwest Section Scholarship. 

Fenn hails from Bowling Green, Ohio. She has played varsity tennis the past three years at Bowling Green High School.  Fenn qualified for the sectional tennis qualifier, and was named Most Valuable Player on her team.  In addition to playing varsity high school tennis, she also competed in the USTA Jr. Team Tennis program for several years.  Off the tennis court, Fenn is a member of the National Honor Society.  She has also been named a Scholar Athlete.  Fenn volunteers at her church as a mentor for young girls in the congregation. She plans to attend Bowling Green State University in the fall, major in education, and play club tennis.
 
This scholarship was established by the MYTEF in 2008. Each year, a $500 scholarship will be presented to one junior tennis player from the USTA/Midwest Section.  The scholarship is designed to provide assistance to those with a passion to work in the tennis industry, have demonstrated financial need, and have shown ability and aptitude as students and as tennis players.
 

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