PCA – Tampa Bay is proud to announce its 50 Finalists for the Triple-Impact Competitor® Scholarship Awards Program

Positive Coaching Alliance – Tampa Bay has announced fifty (50) local high school student-athletes from the Class of 2024 as Finalists for its Triple-Impact Competitor Scholarship Awards.

A Triple-Impact Competitor makes positive contributions on three levels: Personal Mastery, Leadership, and Honoring the Game. Finalists were selected based on their application which included essay responses and recommendations noting how applicants strive to improve and develop themselves, their teammates, and the sport itself.

“Our review committee enjoyed reading so many strong applications this fall. Seniors told stories about coaches that have been incredible role models and helped them develop into leaders on and off the field. We look forward to meeting all 50 Finalists in our upcoming events this winter and spring” said Mason Brady, chapter Executive Director.

Since 2016, PCA – Tampa Bay has awarded over $340,000 in scholarships to local student-athletes. The Class of 2024 marks the largest applicant pool to date making these Finalists an incredibly strong group. Finalists will be provided with more than an opportunity of a monetary award. As a part of the program, all 50 will have opportunities to:

  • Improve interview skills
  • Meet local business leaders and former athletes
  • Receive mentorship as they transition from high school to their next endeavor
  • Connect with peers and build relationships

“We offer more than a financial scholarship,” said Nick Hess, PCA -Tampa Bay Board member and Mentor Chair. “We surround our Finalists with mentors who use the life lessons gained from their high school, college, or professional playing days to foster points of connection that will create a resource for them as they move on to college and life after.”

Up to twenty-five (25) Winners will be selected during the spring semester as recipients of the scholarship award and each will receive $2,000.

Thank you to all our evaluators, mentors, and committee members for your involvement!

PCA – Tampa Bay’s Class of 2024 Triple-Impact Competitor Scholarship Finalists

Sydnie Alagal, Wiregrass Ranch High School
Viviana Arrillaga, Alonso High School
Addison Barno, Freedom High School
Nathan Brewer, Hillsborough High School
Tyler Cannon, Foundation Academy
Sienna Cassella, Saint Stephen’s Episcopal School
Emma Clough, Newsome High School
Sydney Crenshaw, Land O’ Lakes High School
Alex den Boggende, Braden River High School
Abhinav Devpura, Sickles High School
Neil Diasti, Plant High School
Madison Diener, Bloomingdale High School
Michael Drayton III, Sarasota High School
Ryan Dunn, Lennard High School
Sophie Duong, Alonso High School
Noah Durden, Pasco High School
Abigail Elwell, Lennard High School
Jolie Farmer, Plant High School
Juliana Ferguson, River Ridge High School
Ryan Fidler, Bloomingdale High School
Kassie Fragale, Palm Harbor University High School
Luciana Granados, Bloomingdale High School
Oscar Harbert, Alonso High School
Jayden Harriel, East Lake High School
Abigail Hite, Southeast High School

Evan Hodac, Steinbrenner High School
Rachel Horn
, Durant High School
Campbell Hudson, Dunedin High School
Kate Keith, Lennard High School
Katya La Costa, Cypress Creek High School
Emerson Lewis, Alonso High School
Keira Logan, Robinson High School
Alexandra Lowery, Southeast High School
Courtney Marks, Wesley Chapel High School
Timothy Marshall Jr, Northeast High School
Maya Matheney, St. Petersburg High School
Richard (Tripp) McCreary, Tarpon Springs High School
William Miller, Steinbrenner High School
Tayten Moore, Canterbury School of Florida
Emilie Morin, Lakeland Christian School
Zachary Mulligan, Wharton High School
Nicolas Penker, Lakewood Ranch High School
Ashley Percifield, Osceola Fundamental High School
Trisha Sakamuri, Middleton High School
Savannah Schwarz, Strawberry Crest High School
Antwain Scott, Boca Ciega High School
Ishaan Singh, Alonso High School
Alessandra Skarshinski-Fred, Sickles High School
Jayden Spencer, Plant High School
Cade Toohey, Wharton High School