COLLEGIATE SCHOLARSHIPS

The Foundation annually awards four collegiate scholarships to the top male and female athletes in collegiate cycling. These awards are given to the athletes that best exemplify the outstanding qualities and character traits of former collegiate cyclists John Stenner and Joshua Kuck.

JOHN STENNER

Collegiate Cycling Scholarship Fund

The John Stenner Memorial Collegiate Scholarship is awarded annually to the top male and female riders in USA Cycling’s Collegiate Cycling programs. Awards are based on select criteria including competitive cycling results, top academic performance, cycling safety and advocacy, collegiate club team involvement and community service accomplishments. Awards are presented live each year at the USA Cycling Collegiate National Road Championships in May.

JOHN STENNER APPLICATION

JOSHUA KUCK

Collegiate Cycling Scholarship Fund

The Joshua Kuck Memorial Collegiate Scholarship is awarded annually to the top male and female riders in USA Cycling’s Collegiate Cycling programs. Awards are based on select criteria including competitive cycling results, top academic performance, cycling safety and advocacy, collegiate club team involvement and community service accomplishments. Awards are presented live each year at the USA Cycling Collegiate National Road Championships in May.

JOSHUA KUCK APPLICATION

RECIPIENTS

SCHOLARSHIP

ADDITIONAL SCHOLARSHIP RECIPIENTS

           Mara Abbott
Max Ackermann
Blake Anton
Matt Baranoski
Jill Behlen
Christina Birch
Kevin Bouchard-Hall
Mollie Brewer
Martha Buckley
Oscar Clark
Allison Crow
Linnea Dixson
Todd Dowling
Kyle Englund-Krieger
Brent Gillespie
Jules Goguely
Zebulon Hanley
Kenneth Hanson
Marot Herman
Molly Hummel
Joseph Iuliano
Rebecca Larson
Rose Long
Rachel Millsop 
Wesley Murphy
Nitish Nag
Andrea Napoli
Kathleen O’Neil
Erika Pearsons
Travis Rabbit
Laurel Rathbun
Kate Reidell
Nicholas Reinert
Jeffrey Salvitti
Andy Schultz
Jason Sears 
Kay Sherwood
Devon Simpson
Teal Stetson-Lee
Jack Tomassetti
Kimberly Turner
Jennifer Wilson
David Ziehr