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Two $1,000 Tennis Scholarships Awarded to High School Seniors in St. Louis

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Since the late 1970s the tennis community in St. Louis has helped turn MAC Sports and recreation surfaces into one of the Midwest’s leading tennis court builders.

We created the MAC Tennis Scholarship to show our appreciation and support of the scholastic tennis community by helping to educate tomorrow’s leaders. We’re proud to continue championing those who share a love of tennis with a scholarship that helps fund their future education.

McConnell & Associates awards one male and one female graduating high school seniors from the St. Louis Metro with a one-time $1,000.00 scholarship.

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Want to Apply for the MAC Tennis Scholarship?

Our committee is excited to review your application.

Simply fill out your contact information, send us an unofficial copy of your grade transcript and write a 500-word essay answering the following question:

How has your involvement in the high school tennis community impacted your academic and personal growth?

Frequently Asked Questions

Who is eligible to apply?

  • High school seniors
  • Residents of St. Louis
  • Attending college in the fall of 2020
  • Participates in a High School tennis program

What are the selection criteria

Winners are selected based on:

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  • Academic achievement
  • Essay

Disclaimer: Winner decisions are final and not subject to appeal. No application feedback is given.

What are the details of the scholarship?

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  • Two $1,000 scholarships are awarded annually
  • Scholarships are not renewable
  • Award money can be used for tuition, fees, books, supplies and equipment required for courses
  • Institutions must be accredited and be two- or four-year U.S. colleges or universities

When are applications due?

  • 2020 application due date 3/31/2o2o

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When are winners notified?

  • Tennis scholarship winners are notified by mid-April and will receive a phone call from McConnell & Associates to arrange a date to meet the team and receive the award.

Meet the 2019 MAC Tennis Scholarship Scholars

It is a great privilege to introduce this year’s winners of the 2019 MAC Tennis Scholarship. These four students, from the Kansas City and St. Louis area, demonstrated academic excellence, exemplary leadership, community involvement, and dedication to their sport.

Congratulations!

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The two awardees from the St. Louis area are:

Alyson Piskulic
Alyson graduated from Mehlville High School and was coached by Jill Wojewuczki. Alyson will attend Missouri State University.
Drake Schreiber
Drake graduated from Edwardsville High School and was coached by Dave Lipe. Drake will attend Guilford College.
Anna Varney
Anna graduated from Liberty High School and was coached by Pamela Koch. Anna will attend the University of Kansas.

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Cameron Duello
Cameron graduated from Liberty High School and was coached by Andy Schneider. Cameron will attend the University of Missouri.