NCAA Announces Postgrad Scholarship Winners

INDIANAPOLIS. The NCAA announced the names of 107 student-athletes who will receive NCAA postgraduate scholarships, including 18 swimmers: 14 women and four men.

The list includes some of the brightest stars in US swimming: Amy Balcerzak-Field, Kristy Kowal, Jennifer Mihalik, Keiko Price and Gaby Rose.

The $5,000 scholarships are awarded to student-athletes who maintain at least a 3.000 cumulative grade-point average (4.000 scale) and perform with distinction in varsity competition.

Division I Women

Amy Balcerzak, Northwestern University, biological sciences major.

Julie Enos, Stanford University, synchronized swimming, sociology major.

Tarin Forbes, Ohio State University, synchronized swimming, biology major.

Kristina Kowal, University of Georgia, early childhood education major.

Jennifer Mihalik, University of Georgia, exercise sciences major.

Keiko Price, University of California, Los Angeles, Afro-American studies major.

Gabrielle Rose, Stanford University, American studies major.

Divisions II and III Women

Julie Keller, New York University (III), Latin American studies major.

Kathleen O'Connor, Denison University (III), economics major.

Katherine Poulin, Amherst College (III), chemistry major.

Rebecca Uphoff, University of Wisconsin, Stevens Point (III), communicative disorders

At Large Women

Stacy Brown, University of North Dakota (II), criminal justice major.

Jamie Tomazich, University of Pittsburgh (I), interdisciplinary studies/Spanish major.

Rebecca White, Kenyon College (III), religion major.

Division I Men

Jason Fox, Ohio State University, computer science major.

Divisions II and III Men

Aaron Cole, Denison Univesity (III), philosophy/political science major.

Mark Latronica, University of Califonia, San Diego (III), biochemistry/cell biology major.

At Large Men

Kevin Flanagan, Florida State University (I), business marketing major.

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