MOAM Awards Recipients of the Spring and Fall 2017 Read and Reflect Texon Athletics Scholarship
February 20, 2018
Managers On A Mission (MOAM) awarded 6 scholarships to applicants for the Read & Reflect Texon Athletics Scholarship in the Spring and Fall of 2017.
First place for the Spring scholarship was Adam Albert (University of Central Florida), who was awarded $4,000. Second place was Larry Taylor (Southeastern University) who was awarded $1,500, while third place was Mac Goode (McNeese State) who was awarded $750.
The winners were selected based on their essay in response to various sports articles.
Recipients of the Spring scholarship read On Top of His Game and responded to the following questions:
First place for the Fall scholarship was Brendon Darby (Georgia Tech), who was awarded $4,000. Second place was Adam Albert (University of Central Florida) who was awarded $1,500, while third place was Reagan Moore (University of Albany) who was awarded $750.
Recipients of the Fall scholarship read Former Cardinals Pitcher Rededicates His Life and responded to the following questions:
In the support of these scholarships, MOAM would like to thank the title sponsor Texon Athletic in addition to the following generous sponsors: ACSEquip, Adidas, Duffy’s, Integrated Sports Specialties, Big Game, SweatX, WSI, Zono Sports, Helmet Tracker, and Stadium Frame.
About Texon Athletic: (www.texontowel.com)
Texon Athletic Towel & Laundry Supply is a leading sports equipment vendor and family owned business, which provides athletic towel, laundry and locker room supply to high schools, colleges, and professional athletics around the country.
About Managers On A Mission: (www.managersonamission.org)
Managers On A Mission (MOAM) is a 501c3 non-profit committed to developing Christ-centered future leaders of the sport industry. Student Managers, Interns, Graduate Assistants, and other aspiring sports professionals are engaged in MOAM’s annual mission trips, service projects, and scholarship programs. MOAM is primarily funded by its innovative Clean Out For A Cause program collects new and gently used sports apparel from collegiate and professional teams and coaches throughout the country. The vision of MOAM is to see God glorified through the faith, talent, and resources of the sports industry.
To learn how you or your program could help MOAM please visit MOAM’s How To Help Page, Sponsor Page, or Contact Us.
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