Marist High School is proud to announce four seniors have received the prestigious Chick Evans Caddie Scholarship. Daniel Gillerlain, Sarah Hughes, and Ryan Rosenberg were recently notified of the award. A fourth senior wishes to be unnamed at this time.
Gillerlain (pictured above, left), a St. John Fisher graduate, has caddied at Ridge Country Club for five years. He has been a three-sport athlete while at Marist, participating in golf, baseball, and bowling. He has managed an Advanced Placement (AP) and honors course load. His top two college choices are Indiana University and the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (UIUC). He plans to major in finance.
Hughes, who attended Queen of Martyrs, has caddied for four years at Beverly Country Club. She has balanced her AP and honors academic work with her participation in cross country, track, student council, student ambassadors, broadcasting club, and the National Honor Society. Her list of potential colleges includes University of Wisconsin-Madison, Indiana University, Marquette University, and University of Colorado Boulder.
Rosenberg, a graduate of Most Holy Redeemer, has caddied at Beverly Country Club for four years. At Marist, he has played football, volleyball, and rugby. He also carried an honors and AP course load, while serving as a student ambassador and student council member. Rosenberg is considering University of Colorado Boulder, Miami University (Ohio), The Ohio State University, and UIUC, where he plans to pursue pre-medical studies.
Marist High School boasts 186 Chick Evans Scholars in its school history. The Chick Evans Caddie Scholarship provides full tuition and college housing for golf caddies, and is renewable for up to four years. To be eligible to apply for the scholarship, all applicants must have a strong caddie record, excellent academics, demonstrated financial need, and outstanding character. Applicants are evaluated and compete on the above criteria for the limited number of awards given annually.