A $500 College Scholarship will be awarded to Two Baseball players who have participated on Junior Saltdogs teams.
- Current high school Senior enrolled in an accredited high school, graduating spring 2020.
- Applied to a 2 or 4-year accredited college or university.
- Participated on Junior Saltdogs League teams for at least two years.
To apply: Complete the 2020 JSL Scholarship Application Form linked here and mail it with one letter of recommendation (postmarked by April 15, 2020) to:
Junior Saltdogs League
PO Box 23063
Lincoln, NE 68542
The Scholarship Selection Committee reviews all applications and selects the recipients. The winners are notified by mail in May/June, and recognized in the Season Highlights article in the Journal Star’s Neighborhood Extra in August.
Upon notification, scholarship recipients will need to provide proof of college or university acceptance to receive scholarship. The scholarship check will be sent directly to the college/university financial aid office.
Please contact Deb at email@example.com if you have any questions.
Past Scholarship Recipients:
Noah Nevitt, a Lincoln North Star graduate, attending Kansas State University
Rourke Jensen, a Lincoln North Star graduate, attending Creighton University
Peter Foley, a Pius X graduate, attending St Gregory the Great Seminar in Seward
Sam Rathe, a Lincoln Lutheran graduate, attending Nebraska Wesleyan University
Joseph Dawson, a Pius X graduate, attending the University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Jacob Swanson, a Pius X graduate, attending the University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Nate Pierce, a Lincoln North Star graduate, attending the University of Nebraska-Kearney
Jared Svoboda, a Lincoln Southwest graduate, attending the University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Levi Sandbulte, a Lincoln Southeast graduate, attending the University of Nebraska-Omaha
Brandon Warren, a Lincoln Southeast graduate, attending the University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Ryan Ainslie, a Lincoln Northeast graduate, attending the University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Drew Peterson, a graduate of Lincoln Northeast, attending the University of Nebraska-Omaha