Marist High School is proud to announce senior Brendan Mullen has received the prestigious Chick Evans Scholarship.
Brendan, a Palos South graduate, has caddied for five years at Beverly Country Club. He plans to attend Indiana University next fall, where he will major in finance. Along with carrying a heavy honors and Advanced Placement course load, Mullen has participated in track and volleyball while at Marist. This year he is enrolled in the school’s community service outreach course, which allows seniors to provide help two periods per school day to a nearby organization. Mullen is assigned to Queen of Martyrs School in Evergreen Park, where he works with students on classroom assignments and skill building.
To be eligible to apply for a Chick Evans Caddie 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 Chick Evans Caddie Scholarships awarded annually.