Mike Kabanica Scholarship
If you are a part of the 2018 graduating class and a 2017-2018 member of WYSA, you are invited to complete an application for the Mike Kabanica Scholarship (may be typed or handwritten). All entries must be postmarked by March 2, 2018 to be considered. Six $1,000 scholarships will be awarded to the top three female and the top three male applicants.
Mike Kabanica Scholarship Application
Each year WYSA grants six scholarships to graduating seniors who portray commitment and excellence in their high school years; beginning with the 2018 graduating class, each scholarship winner will be awarded $1,000. This scholarship fund is named for Mike Kabanica, a long time WSA president. In order to apply, candidates must be a current year member of WYSA and a graduating high school senior. Three young women and three young men are selected based on their dedication to the sport of soccer, excellence in the classroom as well as their involvement in community service.
The 2017 winners were selected from a field of over 100 well-qualified applicants.
Carson Albert | SC Waukesha | Carson attends Kettle Moraine High School and will be entering the Honors Program and playing soccer at the Milwaukee School of Engineering (MSOE). Pursuing a degree in civil engineering, Carson strives to combine his passion for math with his desire to help solve the global water and energy crises.
Jack Chandler | Milwaukee Bavarian SC | Jack attends Whitefish Bay High School and will be attending the University of Notre Dame. Jack’s interests lie in engineering, specifically aerospace engineering, and macroeconomics. Either path Jack chooses, his ultimate goals are to enter a career that remains intellectually stimulating and benefits the welfare of society.
Trevor Schulte | Oshkosh United | Trevor attends Oshkosh North High School and will be attending UW Platteville. Conservation of the environment and the switch to worldwide sustainable energy are equally important to Trevor. As such, he will be pursuing a career in environmental engineering so he can have an impact on a local, national, and global level.
Haddie Carlson | SC Waukesha | Haddie attends Lake Country Lutheran and will be playing Division 1 soccer at Central Michigan University. Haddie is currently undecided, but is interested in studying marketing or teaching. Ultimately, Haddie would like to play soccer professionally either in the States or Europe.
Sarah Pasternak | Brookfield Soccer Association | Sarah attends Brookfield Central High School and will be playing soccer at the University of St. Thomas. Sarah will be studying health and physical education as she aspires to teach High School health. Additionally, Sarah hopes to extend her soccer career after college as a coach.
Kendall Schoenike | Strike FC Wisconsin | Kendall attends Pewaukee High School and will be attending UW Madison. Already shadowing multiple PTs and being a PT aide this summer, Kendall is excited to pursue a career in Physical Therapy and help athletes through injuries, just as her PTs assisted her.