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Waddell Leads 7 Southern USTA Serves Scholarship Recipients

June 8, 2009 04:02 PM

Hannah Waddell was the top Southern scholarship recipient from seven Southerners who received USTA Serves awards this year.

Hannah Waddell from Needham B. Broughton H.S. in Raleigh, N.C. was awarded the Dwight F. Davis Memorial Scholarship. This $7,500 scholarship is granted to two high school seniors who have performed with distinction, and actively participated in extracurricular activities, community service and an organized tennis program. Waddell plans to attend Davidson College to become a pediatrician. Victorea Austin from St. Francis H.S in Prospect, Ky. was awarded the Eve Kraft Education & College Scholarship. This $2,500 scholarship is awarded to two high school seniors, one male and one female, who have excelled academically, demonstrated community service, played tennis in an organized program and who reside in an economically disadvantaged community. Austin plans to study psychology and sports medicine at Salem College.

Sarah Caudle (Alpharetta, Ga.), Nolan Outlaw (Albertson, N.C.), Joshua Small (Piggott, Ark.) and Dakota Southern (Mount Airy, N.C.) each received a $6,000 College Education Scholarship. Each of the recipients excelled academically and demonstrated community service. Cara Clotfelter (Van Buren, Ark.) was one of twelve recipients of a $1,000 Textbook Scholarship.

Each year USTA Serves awards scholarships to deserving youth who have participated in USTA and other organized youth tennis programs, have demonstrated high academic achievement and have a financial need for college matriculation. This year scholarships were awarded to 71 USTA high school seniors totaling $379,000.




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