Pride of the Pack Scholarship
The Pride of the Pack Scholarship is awarded to a senior Eastlake High School student-athlete based on her soccer participation, academics, history of community service, honors and awards, references, and scholarship essay.
Applications may be downloaded directly from the website, using the following link, "scholarship application", and are due by March 22, 2019.
The Eastlake High School Women’s Soccer Program will be awarding this $1000 scholarship to a senior who will be graduating in the spring of 2019 (per adequate EHS Women’s Soccer Booster funding). The scholarship was initially created and dedicated to Phyllis J. Kirkpatrick and her love of soccer as a spectator, parent supporter, coach, and player.
Graduating seniors who have actively participated in the Eastlake High School Women’s Soccer Program as a player/manager/trainer for at least two seasons in the last four years and one of those seasons is during their senior year, and who have met college entrance requirements.
Applicants must have an academic GPA of 3.0 or higher and be in good standing at the time of the award.
Criteria for Consideration
Demonstrated a strong history of soccer involvement.
Participation in Community Service/Volunteer Programs.
Essay: Submit a typewritten narrative of no more than 1,000 words describing how soccer has influenced your character, discipline, leadership, self-esteem, and teamwork
Pride of the Pack Scholarship Recipients:
2018 - Sam Wile
2017 - Hannah Kleppe
2016 - Erica Jung
2015 - Melissa Radecke
2014 - Allie Garrett
2013 - Allie Kleppe
2012 - Julie Bennett
2011 - Jami Marzano
2010 - Kellie Shreve
2009 - Kristin Dorr
2008 - Molly Hill
2007 - Kati Sawchuk
2006 - Caitlin Differding
2005 - Lynde Moffat
2004 - Molly Nelson
2003 - Samantha Hufford
Phyllis J. Kirkpatrick Scholarship
The Phyllis J. Kirkpatrick Scholarship was established in honor of Phyllis Kirkpatrick, who passed away August 23, 2002. Phyllis was a woman full of spirit, generosity, and a true love for the game of soccer. Her involvement in the sport as a coach, player, fan, and friend was an inspiration to many. Today, the Women's Eastlake Soccer Booster Club continues to support a player through the Pride of the Pack Scholarship.