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Scholarship Winners
Scholarship Winners

Current Scholarship Recipients


Ashley Carroll

Grosse Pointe North High School
Harold duCharme Scholarship
2017/2018
Ashley Carroll is a Grosse Pointe North High School graduate and plans to enroll in the College of LS&A. She is the recipient of the Harold duCharme Scholarship. Ashley has been a member of JV and Varsity Tennis and served as Student Council Vice President. She was also a member of the National Honor Society her junior and senior years. Ashley was a Special Olympics volunteer, organizer of Little Girls Night Out, and a participant in Michigan Dog Rescue fundraiser. She took multiple AP classes including US History, English Language & Composition, and Chemistry while maintaining a 4.3 GPA. She received a Varsity Letter in Tennis and Choir and was awarded the Scholar Athlete award her freshman, sophomore, and junior years.

Allison Cropsey

Saline High School
James H. LoPrete Scholarship
2017/2018
Allison Cropsey graduated with a 3.98 GPA at Saline High School, and she plans to enroll in the College of LS&A. She has taken various AP classes including US History, Biology, Calculus AB, and US Government, Politics, and she received the AP Scholar award her sophomore, junior, and senior year. Allison participated in Volleyball and Golf, where she earned JV and Varsity Player of the Year. She has been very involved with her school by serving as Blood Drive Committee Chair for National Honors Society, Flute Section Leader of her high school’s symphonic band, and participating as a member of the Varsity Quiz bowl Team. Allison balanced her academics and extra-curricular activities by volunteering at St. Andrew’s Youth Group, Springhill Teen Service, and Saline Methodist Bell Choir. 

Omar Davidson

Degree Completion Scholarship
2017/2018

I’ve been blessed to live a purposeful and fulfilling existence since leaving the University of Michigan in 1989. However premature my departure, I have never given up the hope and expectation of one day completing my college degree. My tenure as a student athlete was a challenging journey when combined with the rigors of competing both in the class room and as a track athlete. During that span of time I have managed to forge many lifelong relationships and experiences at Michigan. 

 

One of my chief regrets in life to date is not completing my college degree sanctioned by the University of Michigan. Therefore my family and I view this opportunity as the ultimate final sprint towards the finish line. 

 

A college degree is highly beneficial, for one never knows what the future may bring with regards to potential career changes or modifications. I simply want to finish what I’ve started years ago, and the Degree Completion Program was the final motivating factor towards accomplishing this goal.


Gabby DeLoof

Women's Swimming Scholarship
2017/2018
The second-oldest of four sisters -- all of whom swim or have swum for Michigan -- Gabby DeLoof has evolved into one of the team’s most versatile swimmers. She set career bests in virtually every event last year, culminating in a finals appearance in the 200-yard freestyle at the NCAA Championships, where she finished sixth. For her career, DeLoof is a two-time NCAA AllAmerican, four-time NCAA All-America Honorable Mention and three-time Big Ten champion (all on relays). She will graduate with a degree in sport management.

Casey Fealko

Women's Volleyball Manager Scholarship
2017/2018

Casey Fealko is a junior at the Ross School of Business. Casey graduated as co-valedictorian from Port Huron Northern High School in Michigan, where she was a 4 sport varsity athlete. Casey played varsity basketball, soccer, and volleyball all four years in high school and was named MAC All Academic every season. She was named to the Class A All-State First Team for volleyball, Class A All-State Honorable Mention for basketball, and All Blue Water Area First Team for soccer. Casey received the Doris Teachout Female Athlete of the Year Award, which is presented to the best female athlete in the area.

Casey was named a National AP Scholar and a National Merit Commended Student. She plans to dual major in Business Administration and Neuroscience. She is very excited to be part of the Michigan Volleyball program.


Tyler Fuelling

Walled Lake Northern High School
Roger and Elaine Zatkoff Scholarship
2017/2018
Tyler is one of the 2017 recipients of the Elaine & Roger Zatkoff Scholarship. He is a graduate of Walled Lake Northern High School and plans to enroll in the College of LS&A. Tyler has taken multiple AP classes and received various awards including being a 2016 AP Scholar with Honor, Kensington Lakes Activities Association Scholar Athlete, and he qualified for the National Merit Scholarship Program. He served as a caption for the Varsity Golf Team and Varsity Tennis Team along with serving a Head of Membership Committee for the Walled Lake Northern Business Club. Tyler also volunteered with High School Youth Group at Grace Community Church, “Outrun Hunger” 5K Race, and tutored in math.

Louis Goldsmith

Women's Basketball Student Trainer / Equipment Manager Scholarship
2017/2018

Louis Goldsmith is in his fourth season as a manager for the University of Michigan women's basketball team, with the 2017-18 season marking his first as head manager. He spent the summer of 2017 as an intern for Adidas in Global Basketball apparel, working as a member of team that designs high school and college basketball uniforms for Adidas schools. Louis has read weekly TV listings for a service provided by Cincinnati Association of the Blind and Visually Impaired. He is from Cincinnati and attended Seven Hills School where he played basketball for all four years. He is majoring in sports management at Michigan with a minor in writing. Louis hopes to continue to work in the sports industry, particularly college athletics, following graduation. 


Griffin Haddad

Schmidt/Hunt Scholarship
2017/2018

Griffin grew up in Indianapolis, IN with a passion for the competitive nature of sport and athletics. After competing in high school athletics at Brebeuf Jesuit Preparatory School in Indianapolis, Griffin attended Texas Christian University in Fort Worth, Texas where he earned his Bachelor of Science in Athletic Training Degree. While at TCU Griffin worked sports medicine for the TCU Football and Women's Soccer programs, as well as performing sports medicine coverage at Aledo High School in Aledo, TX.

Following graduation from TCU, Griffin was accepted into the University of Michigan Rackham Graduate school and is actively pursuing a Masters of Arts degree in Sport Management while working as a certified, licensed Graduate Assistant Athletic Trainer for the Michigan Football program. Griffin's future aspirations include working Division 1 and NFL football on his way to achieving the Director of Sports medicine at a Division 1 institution. Go Blue!


Harshita Jalluri

Canton High School
David J. Hallissey Memorial Scholarship
2017/2018
Harshita Jalluri has been selected as the David J. Hallissey Scholarship winner and plans to register in the College of LS&A.  At Canton High School, she has been involved in Karate, Event Coordinator of the Art Club, and President of STEM Council. She has also been a volunteer with Open Door Ministry Food Bank, Uplift Humanity in India, and Middle School Science Olympiad. Harshita has received numerous awards including North South Foundation Senior Public Speaking National Qualifier, Congressional Debate State Qualifier, and Art Show Recognition and Awards. She also took multiple AP and Honors Classes earning a 4.03 GPA and was a member of National Honor Society.

Delaney Jodice

Women’s Volleyball Student Assistant
2017/2018

Delaney Jodice is a junior at the University of Michigan. This will be her second year working with the Michigan Volleyball program as a student manager. Delaney played varsity volleyball and was named captain of the varsity tennis team at her high school in Mansfield, MA. She has kept her passion for the sport of volleyball and is trying to stay involved in the coaching and operational sides of the game. Working closely with the volleyball team and staff at Michigan has provided her with plenty of insight into what it is like to work on the inside of an NCAA Division 1 athletic department.

Delaney is studying Sport Management as a major and History as a minor. She recently completed an internship with USA Volleyball in their High Performance department. On campus, she is a member of the Alpha Phi Omega service fraternity and Sport Business Association.

 


Rami Kadouh

Falk/Hatch Scholarship
2017/2018

Rami Kadouh is a senior pursuing a BBA from the Ross School of Business. Originally from Dearborn, MI, Rami began working for the football program in February of 2015. Before becoming head manager, Rami worked two seasons with the offensive line. He is thrilled by the opportunity to lead the current group of managers and help carry forward the group’s longstanding tradition. After graduation, Rami plans to return to the Detroit office of The Boston Consulting Group.


Jaylen Kelly-Powell

Football Scholarship
2017/2018
Jaylen Kelly-Powell is a true freshman safety from Detroit, Michigan. He is cousins with teammate Ambry Thomas, another member of the U-M secondary, and was high school teammates with Donovan Peoples-Jones at Detroit Cass Technical. KellyPowell was one of Michigan’s 11 early enrollees, meaning he has been on campus working hard from January until now. Kelly-Powell is hopeful that those extra reps in the weight room, classroom and on the field will have a positive impact on his first season with the Maize and Blue. Kelly-Powell helped lead Cass Tech to a perfect 14-0 season and a state title during his senior season; the program won 12 games every year and only dropped four games during his whole varsity career. KellyPowell was an All-State selection and Dream Team member as well as finalist for Player of the Year in the state of Michigan. He is excited to hit the field with the Wolverines this fall and hopes to have an early impact.

Tristan Klein

Brother Rice High School
Frederick C Matthaei Scholarship
2017/2018
Tristan Klein plans to enroll in the School of Engineering and is a recipient of the Frederick C. Matthaei Scholar-ship.  Tristan has been active in school activities including Business Club President, Model United Nations Club President, Student Body Vice-President, and a member of the Spring and Fall Varsity Sailing Team. He has taken the most demanding Honors & AP classes such as European History, Biology, and Physics. Tristan has also been a volunteer at Trends for Teens Non-Profit, Christ Child Officer, and participated in a Peru Immersion Trip. His senior year he was a DECA District Champion and made the A Honor Roll.

Maria LoCicero

Greenhills School
Roger and Elaine Zatkoff Scholarship
2017/2018
Maria LoCicero is one of the winners of the Elaine & Roger Zatkoff Scholarship. She graduated from Greenhills School and plans to enroll in the College of LS&A. She has completed multiple AP and Honors courses including US History, English Language, and Latin. She earned a silver medal in the National Latin Exam, a gold medal in the National French Exam, and the Greenhills Scholar Award. Maria served as team captain of the Forensics team her senior year, Vice President of the Senior Class, and a member of the Varsity Softball Team. She was also an active member of her community by singing for elderly residents at Glazier Hills, tutoring 4th graders in Detroit, and volunteering with Bligh Busters in Detroit.

Kelly Ni

Plymouth High School
James H. LoPrete Scholarship
2017/2018
Kelly Ni plans to enroll in the School of Engineering and is the recipient of the James H. LoPrete Scholarship.  Kelly has a solid work ethic carrying over a 4.0 GPA.  Kelly has been an active member of the Science Olympiad, Math Olympiad, and Dancin’ Feet Studio. She also participated in the National Honor Society and Summit Tree Lighting Ceremony, helping run the annual community show. Academically, she has taken advantage of the most rigorous Advanced/Honors/AP courses including Calculus BC, Statistics, Biology and Chemistry, to name a few. Kelly has also generously given of her time & energies accumulating over 200 hours of community service throughout her four years of high school.

Kelsey Postler

Canton High School
Roger and Elaine Zatkoff Scholarship
2017/2018
Kelsey Postler, one the winners of the Elaine & Roger Zatkoff Scholarship graduated from Canton High School with a 4.124 GPA and she plans to enroll in the College of LS&A. She has completed many AP and Honors cours-es including Psychology, US History, Biology, and Macroeconomics. She earned many Honors & Awards such as AP Scholar with Distinction, NCAA Scholar Athlete, and Honor Roll. Kelsey served as a HOSA class representative, a member of both Varsity Cross Country and Varsity Track and Field, and a coordinator of American Red Cross Blood Drive. She has also volunteered at Habitat for Humanity Mission Trip to Marquette Michigan, Bentley Elementary Tutoring, and St. Pat’s Soup Kitchens.

Laura Sanderson

Whitmore Lake High School
Lloyd & Laurie Carr Scholarship
2017/2018
Laura Sanderson, the winner of the Lloyd & Laurie Carr Scholarship, graduated from Whitmore Lake High School with a 4.18 GPA and she is applying to the College of LS&A. She took many AP courses including English Language, Government and Politics, and Spanish. Laura was a member of the Quiz Bowl team, Drama Club, and a class representative on Student Council. She received multiple awards throughout her four years of high school including National Honor Society, Gold Academic Medal, and Foreign Language Excellence. Laura also was an active member in her community, putting in mass amounts of hours of service as a student community volunteer and a daycare volunteer at 2/42 Community Church.

Julia Toye

South Lyon High School
Frederick C Matthaei Scholarship
2017/2018
Julia Toye plans to enroll into the School of Engineering and is a recipient of the Frederick C. Matthaei Scholar-ship. Julia has taken many AP Classes including Chemistry, Calculus AB, Microeconomics, and US Government and Politics while maintaining a 4.17 GPA. She served as captain of the Varsity Soccer team, Vice President of the National Honor Society, a member of Student Council, and a member of Michigan Jaguars FC Club Soccer Re-gional Team. She is active with Bottle for Families in Need Bottle Drive, tutoring, and Youth Volunteer for Salem-South Lyon District Library. Julia earned many awards, both academically and athletically, including being a Na-tional Merit Scholarship Program Semifinalist, KLAA Gold Scholar Athlete, and KLAA All-Conference for Girls’ Soccer.

Michael Wolf

Saline High School
Frederick C Matthaei Scholarship
2017/2018
Michael Wolf graduated from Saline High School in Saline, MI and is one of this year’s recipients of the Frederick C. Matthaei Scholarship. He was a Section Leader of the SHS Marching Band and participated in FRC Robotics, Jazz Band, and Varsity Tennis. He was also a member of the Boy Scouts of America, where he achieved Eagle rank through his Eagle Scout Service Project. He was a member of the National Honor Society and was an usher at St Andrew the Apostle Catholic Church. He was a National Merit Semifinalist and a Michigan Mathematics Prize Competition Finalist. He had a GPA of 4.32 and a 35 on her ACT test. He completed 8 advanced placement classes including Chemistry, History, Statistics, and Biology.

Sven Wollschlaeger

Monroe High School
Gary & Ann Moeller Scholarship
2017/2018
Sven Wollschlaeger is the recipient of the Gary & Ann Moeller Scholarship and is planning to enroll in the Ross School of Business.  As a student at Monroe High School, Sven was active in numerous extracurricular activities including serving as Class President, President of National Honor Society, Vice President of “Pick-a-Stock and De-bate” Club, and Head Officer of Ignition Mentorship Program. He took many AP classes such as Calculus BC, Statistics, Physics, and English Language and Composition. With his academic rigor, Sven managed to be a DECA State Career Development Competition Finalist, a three-time state competition qualifier for Business Professionals of America and a scholar and researcher for LEAD Summer Business Institute. Sven also participated in a ton of community service at American Red Cross, Special Olympics, and St. Mary’s Church.

Jasmine Zadroga

L’Anse Creuse North High School
Jerry & Anne Hanlon Scholarship
2017/2018
Jasmine Zadroga is the 2017 recipient of the Jerry & Anne Hanlon Scholarship. She is a graduate of L’Anse Creuse North High School and plans to enroll in the School of Engineering. Jasmine served as National Art Honor Society Vice President, a member of Cross Country and Track and Field, and President of Mu Alpha Theta. She was a National Honor Society Tutor, Chemistry Tutor, and Math Honor Society Tutor, along with doing Community Service involving the Arts. She has scored very well in various AP Classes including Calculus AB and Chemistry. Jasmine is well respected by her peers as well as her teachers and is known to be dependable and mature.

Jessica Zhang

Huron High School
Roger and Elaine Zatkoff Scholarship
2017/2018
Jessica is planning to enroll in the College of LS&A and is one of the recipients of the Elaine & Roger Zatkoff Scholarship. She has taken various AP classes and received numerous awards. Jessica was a lab assistant at U-M Neurodevelopment & Regeneration Lab, Secretary of GIDAS Club, and a leader of Huron Symphony Band. Jessica balances her academics with many hours of extra-curricular activities & community related events including volunteering at Ann-Hua Chinese School, Glacier Hills Senior Living Community, and YVC Expanding Horizons Summer Program. She is described as an extremely mature, bright and gifted student with great potential a strong work ethic.
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