Putting the student in student-athlete
The Service Tradition Scholarship is reserved for high-achieving students who show an unusual dedication to the College and their community.
It's not often that a student who meets those criteria also has the time to play a varsity sport at the College.
But Katrina Teeter, a Service Tradition Scholarship recipient this past year, was also a member of a Panthers softball team that won its region and finished third in the nation. For her part, Katrina contributed two innings to the College's first-ever perfect game.
And now, as so many Tompkins Cortland athletes and students do, Katrina has transferred to St. Bonaventure University to pursue her four-year degree.