Women’s tennis player Michelle McKamey and former IU men’s soccer goalkeeper Sean Caulfield were selected as recipients of Big Ten postgraduate scholarships, the league announced last week.
Two student-athletes were selected from each of the 14 Big Ten schools as recipients of the scholarship.
The scholarships, worth $7,500 each, are awarded based on academic achievement and are used to pay for expenses of a graduate-level education.
McKamey graduated with a degree in community health in May 2020 and will attend the IU School of Optometry in the fall.
McKamey led the Hoosiers with a 16-8 singles record in the 2019-2020 season. She was also awarded a Big Ten Distinguished Scholar Award and earned Academic All-Big Ten honors.
Caulfield graduated from IU with a bachelor’s degree in finance in May 2018. He will attend Stetson University College of Law in the fall.
Caulfield made eight starts and 22 saves as a senior in 2019. He earned the 2019 Indiana University Athletics Scholastic Achievement Award and was selected Academic All-Big Ten four times.
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