Former Bowler Receives NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship
WASHINGTON, D.C. - Former Howard University women's bowler Shayla Haynes (Richmond, Ind./Richmond H.S.) was awarded one of 26 NCAA postgraduate scholarships presented to student-athletes, the organization announced.
Haynes was a three-year letterwinner for the Lady Bison bowling squad and received one of the 13 NCAA scholarships awarded to ethnic minorities.
The NCAA annually awards 13 scholarships to ethnic minorities and 13 scholarships to female college graduates who will be entering their initial year of postgraduate studies. Recipients must be seeking admission or have been accepted into a sports administration or related program that will help them obtain a career in intercollegiate athletics. Scholarship winners have one year to use the one-time award of $6,000.
For more information about the Ethnic Minority and Women's Enhancement Postgraduate Scholarships for Careers in Athletics, click on the Diversity and Inclusion link under the About the NCAA tab at www.ncaa.org.
Kendra Eaton, Western Carolina
Arlynda Flores, St. Mary's (Texas)
Orlando Gunn, LSU
Shayla Haynes, Howard
Terrance Jamison, Wisconsin
Shelby Johnson, Akron
Jaimel Johnson, Tennessee
Stephanie Militello, Eastern Illinois
Prince Moody, Wisconsin
Emily Thach, Pittsburgh
Brandi Walker, Towson
Earnesia Williams, Texas
Amanda Wilson, Eastern Kentucky
Kelsey Bowers, Florida
Danitra Castro, Indiana
Molly Davis, Southeast Missouri State
Rebecca Edwards, Florida State
Emilee Gruse, Neumann
Megan Hoffert, Texas Tech
Amy Howard, Saginaw Valley State
Olivia Jarem, Albany
Jessica McIntyre, Mobile
Biliana Mihaylova, Hartford
Allison Raguse, Northern Colorado
Madelyn Robinson, Akron
Megan Wilderotter, Samford