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Some Scholarship winners of the past and what they are doing now


April Perry  I just graduated from FIU a few weeks ago with a major in Information Technology and a Minor in math! Currently interviewing at a few places but still definitely on the job hunt! As for soccer at FIU, I played all four years, was selected to be Captain my junior and senior year! When I came in as a freshman we hadn't made the Sunbelt Conference tournament in many many years! And since my freshmen class we competed in conference tournament every year, but managed to win the season in 2012 and most exciting this past year, won the conference tournament! I think that was like the 2nd time FIU Women's Soccer has won in the entire history, so it was amazing! We were awarded with these big championship rings that I still wear around so proudly :) Personally, I had a lot of accolades throughout college but, most recently in my last season, I made the Sunbelt All Conference First team and the NCSAA All-South Second team! Other than that, every summer I play in the WPSL league, currently my second year playing with and being captain of the South Florida Strikers based in Miami!  Thank you for your support and helping me in experiencing this amazing opportunity as a student athlete with your scholarship.


Caitlyn LeClair will be graduating in May 2012 from UCF with her Bachelor of Science degree in Health Science and a minor in Fitness Training. In August, she will start school at the University of North Florida in Jacksonville for her Doctorate of Physical Therapy. 

Jason McKibben

Academics: I'm studying at the University of Florida and majoring in Political Science with a specialty in International Relations and am possibly going to pick up a minor in International Humanitarian Aid and Development. Last semester, I earned a 4.0 GPA and am on track to do the same this semester. Because of this, I have been invited to become a member of the prestigious Golden Key Honor Society. I'm also presently working on graduating with my undergraduate degree in five semesters and then continue on into grad school.

Sports: I tried out for the club soccer team at UF (as they don't have a Men's D-1 Team) and was in the top 20 players in a pool of over 150 and the coach told me to try out in the future and we will likely have a future together. My co-ed intramural 8v8 soccer team went undefeated in the regular season and has a first-round bye for the playoffs. Additionally, I am in the process of trying to walk-on to the UF football team as a place kicker and although I'm not getting my hopes up or expecting much, it'd be exciting if that materialized. Finally, I am a member of the Rowdy Reptiles, the official student body cheering section for all UF sports, and I have attended at least one match for nearly every D-1 sport offered on campus.

Other: I am a member of several clubs, including the Freshman Leadership Council, a division of Student Government at the University of Florida and my participation in this organization has allowed me to be a part of many charity and volunteer services, both on and off campus. I volunteer weekly at the local Boys and Girls Club, participated in the UF March of Dimes 5k/fundrasing, have worked with Habitat for Humanity, participated in Project Makeover (sort of like Extreme Makeover: Home Edition for an underprivileged school) and put on many events for the student body on campus. This Friday, this organization will be partnering with the St. Baldrick's Foundation to host a head-shaving event and fundraiser for juvenile cancer research, in which I have pledged to shave my golden locks and have thus far raised over $1100. (I'll try to get you a picture of myself after I'm bald, and I'll look for other pictures of my activities as well for you).

Family: Both my parents are doing well and I talk with them frequently about everything in my life, whether it be academics, social life or my clubs. I'm not sure what they would want posted about their lives but I really just want to thank them for being there for all my endeavors and showing their utmost support in anything I try. They really are my biggest fans, my best friends and the people who I try to model my life after and I wholeheartedly believe that any accolades, accomplishments or opportunities I am fortunate enough to receive are a testament to them.


Jessica Burgess 

Jessica Burgess went from Satellite High School to the University of South Florida. At USF Jessica studied political science with the intention of going to law school. She also joined Phi Sigma Pi National Honor Co-ed Fraternity. Upon completion of her undergrad Jessica was accepted to Law School in North Carolina at Charlotte School of Law. After completing her first year of law school Jessica transferred back to Florida to finish school. She is currently in her second year of Law School at Barry University School of Law in Orlando.
 In 2011, Jessica got engaged to her fiancé David but has not set a date for marriage yet. She continues to remain active in the soccer world and enjoys working out, spending time with friends and family, and looking toward the future



Jessica LeClair will be graduating in May 2012 from UCF with her Bachelor of Science degree in Health Science and a minor in Psychology. In August, she will start school at the University of North Florida to pursue her Doctorate of Physical Therapy.




Joy Powell

I graduated from Rollins College with a Bachelor in Studio Art. I was able to play soccer all 4 years.  Since college, I have been blessed to have worked with some amazing organizations. One of the organizations is Feeding Children Everywhere. It is an organization that helps empower and mobilize people to help provide food for those in need.    Another organization that I work for is Inter-United. I have been traveling around the world with them to spread friendship through soccer, art and music.  I also have had the opportunity to paint shoes for a Tom's shoe event. Among other things I have also started my own business, Raggamuffin, making hand crafted items to represent a culture - pictures attached…

One is off my company’s hair accessories in china.

Another is of our hair accessories in Haiti.

One picture is of me in a village in China.

The last one is when I was working with Toms.




Katrina Stackhouse graduated from UCF Nursing School with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing 2011. She is currently living in Orlando and working as a RN on a medical-surgical/trauma floor at Orlando Regional Medical Center. She is engaged to be married to Jonathan Mylett.  She still plays soccer on in an adult  co-ed rec league





Lance Freeberg: 

  Currently, I am a Junior at the University of Florida majoring in criminology and political science with a minor in military science. I continue to play intramural soccer for my fraternity, Theta Chi. I completed the Tough Mudder 12 mile obstacle course race last December in Tampa, FL. I am an MS3 in Army ROTC with the Fightin' Gator Battalion preparing for LDAC this upcoming summer (30 days of Army training at Fort Lewis in Washington).


Sabrina Stackhouse is at UF majoring in Biology with a minor in Anthropology. She plans to attend medical school and hopes to become a pediatric endocrinologist. She plays trombone in the UF Pride of the Sunshine Marching Band and the UF Basketball pep band. She is looking forward to performing at the Olympics with the band this summer.


Tim Stackhouse graduated from the University of Florida with a Bachelors degree in Civil Engineering and is currently working on his masters degree. He worked with Engineers without Borders in the Dominican Republic to build a water supply system for a town that had no running water. He has traveled across Europe and the US working with Ideas United. And now works with an engineering firm in Atlanta.   He is still very active in soccer both as a player and a coach. He has been the assistant coach for the Melbourne High School JV Boys soccer team for several years and has also been coaching a boys team for the Melbourne Beach Tsunami.