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Ally Voss Awarded NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship

Indianapolis – The National Collegiate Athletic Association announced its 2013 winter sports postgraduate scholarship winners earlier this week.  Among the list of 29 male and 29 female winter sports student-athletes was Gustavus senior track and field competitor Allyson Voss (Wausau, Wis.). “It was such an honor for me to receive a nomination from Gustavus for […]

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Ben Ceder And Brad Kruckeberg Awarded NCAA Postgraduate Scholarships

Gustavus Adolphus College student-athletes Ben Ceder (men’s soccer) and Brad Kruckeberg (football) have been selected to receive postgraduate scholarships from the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA). Ceder and Kruckeberg are among a group of student-athletes across NCAA Divisions I, II and III to receive a $7,500 postgraduate scholarship. Gustavus has had a total of 32 student-athletes receive NCAA Postgraduate Scholarships since football player James Goodwin became the first in 1974.

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Dorer, Wittwer, Ziegler Named NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship Winners

Gustavus Adolphus College student athletes Margaret Dorer, Trevor Wittwer, and Connor Ziegler have been selected to receive postgraduate scholarships from the National Collegiate Athletic Association. Dorer (ice hockey), Wittwer (basketball), and Ziegler (swimming) are among a group of 58 student athletes that compete in a winter sport in NCAA Divisions I, II, and III to receive a $7,500 postgraduate scholarship.

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Roy Bryan, Ben Sherer Selected to Receive NCAA Postgraduate Scholarships

Gustavus Adolphus College student athletes Roy Bryan (tennis) and Ben Sherer (baseball) have been selected as two of 58 student-athletes from across the country to receive a NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship for the spring sport season. Sherer and Bryan were the only male student-athletes from a Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference institution selected to receive the $7,500 award this spring.