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The Webster Women's Lacrosse Club has awarded over 30 "Scholar Athlete" scholarships over the past 14 years.  It is a great pleasure for the WWLC to have proudly recognized Webster's young women who have demonstrated their accomplishments in school, on the lacrosse field, and in our community. (See below for a list of past winners).

Scholarship details and criteria (new as of Fall 2014):

  • One $500.00 scholarships per school, per year at the discretion of the board.
  • Volunteer hours performed within WWLC:
    •  2015 class – 10 hours
    • 2016 class - 20 hours
    • 2017 class - 30 hours
    • 2018 and after classes - 40 hours.

(Average of 10 hours per year.  The 40 hours applies to each subsequent class (2019, 2020, etc.)

  • Webster Thomas or Webster Schroeder High School Female Senior
  • Maintains a High School grade point average of 80 or better
  • Will have played at least 2 years (including the senior year) on a High School Varsity Girls Lacrosse Team
  • Completed required youth lacrosse program volunteer hours required
  • Submit an essay (no more than 500 words) describing “How do you feel lacrosse programs had an impact on your life?
  • Enrolled as a full-time student in a 2 or 4 year college in the upcoming fall.
  • Applicants will keep track of their hours and supervisor signatures.  To be handed in senior year along with their application and qualifying essay.  Forms download links are further down on this page.
  • Scholarship coordinators will send out criteria to coaches through e-mail to forward on as a notification in late May/early June of each year.
  • Qualifying applicants essays will be reviewed by the opposing schools coordinator.  Each coordinator will narrow the field to three essays per school.  At that time they will be given to the board which will then select the outstanding applicant per school. 
  • A board member will present the award at each schools award assembly held in the spring


Please submit essay and volunteer hours by May 31, 2019 to:

Or mail to Jen Pagano by May 31, 2019

Jen Pagano

61 Watersong Trail

Webster, NY 14580

WWLC Scholarship Application form (MS Word document)

WWLC Scholarship Volunteer Tracking form(Adobe PDF Document)


Previous Winners

 Year  Recipient  High School  College


Amanda McVeigh Schroeder Syracuse University
2019 Abby Quinlan Thomas University of Dayton
2018 Muira Fonatain Schroeder Purdue University
2018 Keyla Bay Thomas Fairfield University
2017 Megan O'Grodnik Schroeder  
2017 Julia Nicolosi Thomas SUNY Fredonia
2016 Julia DeWeese Schroeder Monroe Community College
2016 Allison Barnes Thomas Lock Haven University
2015 Megan Skrypka Schroeder  
2015 Marley Morill Thomas  
2014 Claire Bolin Schroeder St. John Fisher
2013 Nicole Bingo Schroeder Rochester Institute of Technology
2013 Christina Humbert Thomas Le Moyne College
2012 Makensie Schuber Thomas Brockport College
2011 Shauna Pugliese Schroeder University of Notre Dame
 2010  Rachel Cucchiara  Schroeder  SUNY Oswego
 2010  Chelsea Borrino  Thomas  Lock Haven University
 2010  Emily VanDyne  Thomas  Robert Morris University
 2009  Rachel Schraeder  Schroeder  Belmont Abbey
 2009  Kara Nelson  Schroeder  Duquense University
 2009  Ally Schuber  Thomas  SUNY Brockport
 2009  Megan Ross  Thomas  Saint Francis University
 2009  Leah Palmer  Thomas  SUNY Fredonia
 2009  Danielle LaDuca  Thomas  Monroe Community College
 2009  Ashlee Engel  Thomas  SUNY Oswego
 2008  Stephany Zambito  Schroeder  Potsdam
 2008  Amanda Cucchiara  Schroeder  Alleghany
 2008  Jessie Aguglia  Thomas  Limestone College
 2007  Lisa Cushman  Thomas  William South
 2007  Meghan Lamarche  Thomas  Saint Francis University
 2007  Alexis Hoffend  Schroeder  Niagara University
 2007  Christina Garman  Thomas  Bucknell University
 2007  Danielle Coffaro  Schroeder  Philadelphia University
 2007  Maghan Beaudrault  Thomas  Ohio State University
 2006  None    
 2005  Kristen Lindner  Thomas  Buffalo State University
 2005  Jessica Horeth  Schroeder  Mercyhurst College
 2005  Jessice Flaherty  Thomas  University of New Hampshire
 2005  Julie Dorsey  Thomas  Niagara University