The board of directors and staff of the Northshore Youth Soccer Association (NYSA), along with their teammates and coaches, want to extend best wishes to the 2018 annual scholarship winners.
Scholarships for the upcoming 2018/19 academic year were awarded to five students from Woodinville and Bothell. Recipients included: Woodinville High School graduate, Philippa Bailey (Pippa), attending Colorado State, with plans to study biomedical engineering ($1,000 award); Providence Classical Christian School graduate, Jeannine Brokaw, attending William and Mary University, studying computer science and creative writing ($500 award); Woodinville High School graduate, Rob Moor, attending Western Washington University, ($500 award); Bothell High School graduate, Charles Ohiri, has committed to Washington State University but awaiting decision from University of British Columbia, with plans to study computer science ($1,000 award); and, Bothell High School graduate, Lauren Stavig, attending Yale, to study science and medicine ($500 award.)
All graduating seniors who planned to enter an accredited institution this fall were eligible to apply. Students were selected based on their involvement in the community and their commitment to NYSA programs including coaching and referee positions.
NYSA awards scholarships annually. Since it’s founding, the organization has grown to include several programs for different skill levels, representing thousands of youth athletes ages six to 19. Visit northshoresoccer.org for the fall schedule and information on upcoming programs.