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1 Hawkeye Visions Golden Opportunities 17th Annual Athletic Named Scholarship Celebration Tuesday, December 3, 2013

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3 A Message from UI Director of Athletics Gary Barta Thank you for joining us tonight as we take time to celebrate our Hawkeye Visions Endowed Scholarship program and honor our endowed scholarship recipients and contributors. One highlight of this event is the opportunity for our donors to interact with our studentathletes. This opportunity will be enhanced this evening, as a handful of our studentathletes will be leading the program. As you know, Hawkeye Athletics receives no state general funding. More than ever before, private support is critical to our success. Each contribution to our scholarship endowment is a commitment to the long-term stability of the program. We keep a close eye on the present, but we appreciate the visionaries in our midst, like you, who help us secure our future as well. Gary Barta Director of Athletics The University of Iowa Tonight we honor Hawkeye student-athletes from all 24 women s and men s teams, as well as students from the spirit squad and marching band, who have received an endowed scholarship. These individuals strive to continue the UI tradition of excellence both on the field of play and in the classroom. You are all deeply committed to the academic experience of our student-athletes, and I know take pride in our impressive graduation numbers. The tradition of academic excellence at Iowa is well-documented and is a tribute to our student-athletes, coaches, and academic support staff. Our goal, first and foremost, is for all of our student-athletes to be put in a position to succeed academically and ultimately earn a degree from Iowa. Endowed scholarship support helps make this goal a reality. Another great tradition of this evening is to publicly recognize donors who have fully funded a named scholarship, as well as the student-athletes who have been named to endowed scholarships. It is our great pleasure to invite you out on the court at halftime during this evening s Iowa vs Notre Dame men s basketball game to acknowledge your involvement and your commitment. On behalf of our staff, coaches, student-athletes, and fans it is an honor to host you this evening. We are deeply humbled, and grateful for your continued support. ON IOWA! 1

4 Schedule 6:00 p.m. Social and Dinner Buffet Transamerica Student-Athlete Training Center Dale and Marilyn Howard Family Pavilion Carver-Hawkeye Arena 7:00 p.m. Program 8:15 p.m. Men s Basketball: Iowa vs. Notre Dame Mediacom Court, Carver-Hawkeye Arena Halftime Recognition of Scholarship Donors and Recipients schedule Sally Mason President The University of Iowa Gary Barta Director of Athletics The University of Iowa Matt Henderson Executive Director of Development, Intercollegiate Athletics The University of Iowa Foundation Sloane R. Tyler Director of Development, Intercollegiate Athletics The University of Iowa Foundation 2

5 Program Welcome Sloane R. Tyler Director of Development, Intercollegiate Athletics The University of Iowa Foundation Featured Speakers Gary Barta Director of Athletics The University of Iowa program Niki Schultheis UI Senior, Field Hockey Roland and Esther Smith Women s Katie Nasenbenny UI Junior, Soccer Christine H.B. Grant Scholarship Michael Swank UI Senior, Tennis Dr. John Skien Memorial Scholarship Brett Van Sloten UI Senior, Football Henry B. and Patricia B. Tippie Hawkeye Highlight Video Hawkeye Video Department Steven Ihm UI Senior, Golf Bucky O Connor Men s Golf Scholarship 3

6 Endowed Scholarship Contributor Profile Through the years, Leonard Len and Marlene Hadley of Cedar Rapids, Iowa, have built strong and lasting connections to the University of Iowa. Len, who received a B.S.C. in accounting from the UI in 1958, closely followed Iowa athletics in the mid-1950s, while the Hawkeyes were winning two Rose Bowl games (1957 and 1959) and competing in two men s basketball NCAA Final Fours (1955 and 1956). If that doesn t make you a Hawkeye fan, I don t know what it would take, says Len. Len joined Newton, Iowa-based Maytag Corporation in 1959, rising through the ranks to lead the appliance giant as its Chairman and Chief Executive Officer a position from which he retired in Leonard Hadley is among the great business leaders in the state of Iowa, and certainly someone who embodies the UI Athletic Department s mission: Today s Hawkeyes are Tomorrow s Leaders, says University of Iowa Director of Athletics Gary Barta. Marlene and Len Hadley. Photo by Bob Goodfellow. leonard and marlene hadley cedar rapids, iowa During his tenure at Maytag, Len Hadley was the consummate advocate for UI graduates. His involvement was key to attracting the UI Tippie MBA program to Newton and Des Moines in The education I received was instrumental in my career at Maytag, says Len. UI professors were first rate, and smart classmates made the grade curve very challenging! You learned to apply yourself. The Hadleys are among the leading philanthropists who give to support the University of Iowa. In 2002 they established the Leonard and Marlene Hadley Center Football Scholarship Fund (awarded this year to Austin Blythe) and the Leonard Hadley Professorship in the University of Iowa Henry B. Tippie College of Business. The couple also has provided additional, leadershiplevel support for Hancher, the Carver-Hawkeye Arena addition/renovation, glaucoma research in the University of Iowa Roy J. and Lucille A. Carver College of Medicine, and the Tippie College of Business. As a 20-year member of the University of Iowa Foundation Board and the Tippie College of Business Board of Visitors, Len also has given generously of his time and expertise as a visionary business leader to support the mission of the UI. My parents were victims of The Great Depression, so academic scholarship assistance and the G.I. Bill made me really appreciate what a helping hand means to a student. We ve tried to pay it back, says Len. Our UI experience has been so complete that our interests cover academics, the arts, athletics, and health care. Our financial support has touched all of these areas, says Marlene. 4

7 Endowed Scholarship Contributor Profile henry and patricia tippie austin, texas Henry and Patricia Tippie. Photo by Tom Langdon. Henry B. (1949 B.S.C.) and Patricia B. Tippie of Austin, Texas, have built a legacy of transformational philanthropy at the University of Iowa. Their generosity has benefited countless students, faculty, and friends at Iowa for generations. This year the I-Club acknowledged the Tippies with the Hawk of the Year award. This prestigious honor is presented annually to a contributor, or contributors, who has demonstrated exceptional loyalty, enthusiasm, and generosity to University of Iowa athletics attributes the Tippies have long embodied. Henry,who made his first gift to the UI in 1953 in the amount of $5, and Patricia are longtime supporters of UI athletics. They have made several gifts to athletics campaigns and recently established scholarship funds designated to help student-athletes achieve their dreams in the classroom. The Henry B. and Patricia B. Tippie s were awarded to four Hawkeye football players Conor Boffeli, Jacob Duzey, Brett Van Sloten, and Jonathan Wisnieski for the academic year. We believe in the mission of UI athletics: that today s Hawkeyes are tomorrow s leaders, says Henry Tippie. My wife and I are honored to support today s athletic and academic experience for our student-athletes, which we see as an investment in the future. University of Iowa Director of Athletics Gary Barta counts the Tippies among the Hawkeyes most loyal supporters. We are so thankful for the generous support Henry and Pat have provided to Hawkeye athletics, says Barta. The Tippies are enthusiastic fans of all of our Hawkeye teams. They visited with our softball and rowing teams while they were competing in Texas, and they have supported our teams here in Iowa City when they are back on campus. In addition to their visionary support for athletics facilities and studentathlete scholarships, the Tippies have supported the Hawkeyes in the stands for more than 50 years as football season ticket holders. They have been members of the I-Club for more than three decades. Henry Tippie and the Iowa softball team. 5

8 Endowed Scholarship Recipient Profile melissa dixon junior Johnsburg, IL Douglas d. schnoebelen women s basketball Scholarship Recipient Countless University of Iowa student-athletes share stories about childhoods spent dreaming of one day being a Hawkeye donning the black and gold, listening to the roar of the crowd, celebrating with teammates after a big win. But for women s basketball junior guard Melissa Dixon, the Hawkeye dreams didn t start until much later. In fact, Dixon s first real exposure to the University of Iowa came on a visit to campus as a high school basketball standout from Johnsburg, Illinois. She fell in love immediately, and knew right away that Iowa was where she wanted to be. I just loved everyone I met, from the women on the team to the coaches. I just had a really good feeling after visiting here, says Dixon. The feeling was so good, in fact, that Dixon chose to enroll at the UI and join the women s basketball team without the promise of a scholarship, prepared to bide her time on the practice squad if necessary. Fortunately, she never had to do so. Dixon received word of a scholarship offer during her senior year in high school. Last year, Melissa was awarded the Kris Rogers Memorial Scholarship. Rogers, who became a successful local businesswoman after graduating from the UI in 1983, died of cancer in 1994 at the age of 36. Contributions made in her memory by family and friends helped establish the endowed scholarship in her name. This year, Melissa is the first ever recipient of the Douglas D. Schnoebelen Women s Basketball Scholarship. Doug is an avid women s basketball fan and a lifelong Hawkeye. Upon making his scholarship gift, Doug shared that everyone should try to give back to impact other people is a positive way. A recreation and sports business major, Dixon had a chance to take her Iowa experience beyond the classroom throughout the summer of 2013 with an internship opportunity at the UI Foundation. She was able to see firsthand the impact of private support on student-athletes. Melissa Dixon has enjoyed plenty of success as a Hawkeye on the court as well as off. Her basketball season included: Big 10 Sixth Player of the Year Award Led the Hawkeyes in scoring during conference play During conference play, led the Big Ten in three-point percentage, including finishing second in three-pointers made Tied the school record for three-pointers made by an Iowa player in Carver-Hawkeye Arena 6

9 Melissa Dixon, of Johnsburg, Illinois, is a junior business major on the Iowa women s basketball team. She was named the Big Ten Sixth Player of the Year last season, and is expected to continue in a leadership role this season, building off a team-leading 12.3 points per game in conference play. Melissa spent the summer interning for the National I-Club at the UI Foundation. As one of her last assignments, Melissa wrote about her decision to come to Iowa and her experiences working with our contributors. Three years ago I made the biggest decision of my life, which turned out to be the best decision of my life. I chose to become a Hawkeye and play basketball for the University of Iowa. From the moment I set foot on campus I was in love with the school. I instantly knew that this is where I belonged and wanted to spend my next four years. Over the past two years, my teammates and coaches have become family. And, I have been absolutely overwhelmed by the love and support from the Hawkeye community; the fans, and the staff surrounding the program. The opportunities and experiences I have been given are so much bigger than I anticipated when first committing to Iowa. Experiences that have stretched far beyond the court and have molded me into the person I am today. This summer I had the opportunity to intern at the UI Foundation. This was an incredible opportunity. I worked with development officers and the events staff, and began to fully appreciate the size of our operation and the impact of private support (it s huge). I met many really amazing and supportive donors throughout the summer. Everyone had an interest in me as a person, and as a student-athlete. That meant something to me. Our contributors are the reason why student-athletes like myself are able to better themselves and live out their dreams each and every day. I could not be more thankful for their generosity, and for my shot at this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. The season is quickly approaching and my teammates and I are so excited! Please come out and support our program as you are able. I think you will be proud of our effort and our coaching staff and you will see some great basketball as well. Thank you to my coaches, teammates, professors, the I-Club and athletics staff, and all of our fans and contributors for my Iowa experience. GO HAWKS. 7

10 Hawkeye Visions: The Investment Levels for Hawkeye Visions Visionary Level A gift of $400,000 or more provides a named, endowed scholarship for a specific team position. For example: The John and Jane Doe Football Running Back Scholarship. Leadership Level A gift of $200,000 through $399,999 provides a named, endowed scholarship for a specific sport. For example: The Doe Family Women s Basketball Scholarship. Sustaining Level A gift of $50,000 through $199,999 provides a named, endowed athletic scholarship. For example: The John and Jane Doe. Gifts to the Hawkeye Visions Endowment Program can be made via: Hawkeye visions Endowment Program Outright gift or multi-year pledge Bequest in a will or trust Charitable remainder trust, gift annuity, or other life income gift Designation of the UI Foundation as beneficiary of an IRA, qualified retirement plan, pension benefits, or annuity Combination of the above Please note that named scholarships will be awarded once the appropriate endowment is received and sufficient payout has been generated. How Endowments work Endowments are funds with a minimum balance requirement in which the principal is invested in perpetuity and a portion of the fund s value (payout) is allocated for the donor designated purpose. Under the Foundation s spending policy, annual payout will be increased by Consumer Price Index (inflation rate) for the prior calendar year. Historical annual payout over time has averaged 4.5% of endowment value. The investment objective for the University of Iowa Foundation endowment is to seek maximum total return consistent with the preservation of principal, diversification, and avoidance of excessive risk. These objectives are designed to provide a steady flow of income for donor designated purpose. 8

11 Visionary Level Scholarships and Recipients Visionary level scholarships and recipients Beth and Bob Allsop Point Guard Scholarship Michael Gesell, Basketball Ray Carlson Lineman Scholarship Drew Ott, Football Mark Falb Quarterback Scholarship Jake Rudock, Football Bill and John Fenton Football Scholarship George Kittle, Football George C. and Nora Foerstner Memorial and Alex A. and JoAnn F. Meyer Football Scholarships Nico Law, Football Ruben Lile, Football Jordan Lomax, Football Dean Tsopanides, Football Daumantas Venckus-Cucchiara, Football Jordan Walsh, Football Russ and Ann Gerdin Family Angelo Bronzino, Gymnastics Russ and Ann Gerdin Family Football Scholarships Mike Hardy, Football Jacob Hillyer, Football Mitch Keppy, Football Melvin Spears, Football Laron Taylor, Football Russ and Ann Gerdin Family Men s Basketball Scholarships Gabe Olaseni, Basketball Adam Woodbury, Basketball Russ and Ann Gerdin Family Women s Basketball Scholarship Jade Rogers, Basketball Russ and Ann Gerdin Family Wrestling Scholarship Derek St. John, Wrestling Leonard A. and Marlene S. Hadley Center Football Scholarship Austin Blythe, Football Robert G. and Annalee Jacoby Hockridge Wrestling Scholarship Brody Grothus, Wrestling Jim and Rhonda Juhlin Men s Basketball Scholarship Devyn Marble, Basketball Mary Lee Hawkeye Spirit Scholarships Onazi Agbese, Cheerleading Alex Andre, Cheerleading Hannah Bray, Cheerleading Patrick Davis, Cheerleading Kaitlyn Dornbier, Cheerleading Madeline Gage, Dance Team Bryce Hundley, Cheerleading Katie Jarrett, Dance Team Kelsey Jarrett, Dance Team Lindsey Knott, Dance Team John Lodewyck, Cheerleading Janie Myers, Dance Team Sean Olsen, Cheerleading McKenna Rollinger, Dance Team Hannah Solchenberger, Cheerleading Callie Sorteberg, Dance Team Avery Stahr, Cheerleading Victoria Wadman, Dance Team Thomas Wisniewski, Herky Mascot Abbigail Zaug, Dance Team Gus and Theo Mastrogany End Scholarship C.J. Fiedorowicz, Football Robert W. and Jean C. Ottilie Cody Sokol, Football John and Peg Slusher Softball Catcher s Scholarship Holly Hoffman, Softball Arthur E. Stanley Football Scholarships Josey Jewell, Football Henry Krieger-Coble, Football Nathan Meier, Football Tanner Miller, Football Eric Simmons, Football Matthew VandeBerg, Football Chris Street Memorial Men s Basketball Scholarship Jarrod Uthoff, Basketball Dale L. Tieden Football Scholarship Casey Beathard, Football Henry B. and Patricia B. Tippie s Conor Boffeli, Football Jacob Duzey, Football Brett Van Sloten, Football Jonathan Wisnieski, Football Jim and Susan Woods Offensive Lineman Scholarship Brandon Scherff, Football 9

12 Leadership Level Scholarships and Recipients leadership level scholarships and recipients Dr. C. F. Larry and Lois Barrett Football Scholarship Christian Kirksey, Football Micheal and Patricia Beal Women s Basketball Scholarship Alexa Kastanek, Basketball John and Ruth Beckman Scholarships Sean Draper, Football Michael Kelly, Wrestling P. Sue Beckwith, M.D., Rowing Scholarship Edwina Flakemore, Rowing P. Sue Beckwith, M.D., Women s Basketball Scholarship Ally Disterhoft, Basketball Warren and Harriet Berman Family Football Scholarship Ryan Ward, Football Warren and Harriet Berman Family Men s Basketball Scholarship Peter Jok, Basketball 10 Mike Boddicker Baseball Scholarship Eric Toole, Baseball Lester Bookey Memorial Scholarship Erin Leppek, Volleyball Patty and Tom Buroker Football Scholarship Nolan MacMillan, Football Tom and Lori Cardella Football Scholarship Reid Sealby, Football B. W. Wayne Carpenter Football Scholarship Carl Davis, Football Carver Scholarship/Slater Award Matthew Byers, Track Gene and Jennie Clay Football Scholarship Tevaun Smith, Football John and Mary Ann Colloton Football Scholarship Connor Kornbrath, Football John and Mary Ann Colloton Men s Basketball Scholarship Aaron White, Basketball John and Mary Ann Colloton Women s Basketball Scholarship Claire Till, Basketball John and Mary Ann Colloton Wrestling Scholarship Anthony Ramos, Wrestling Catherine Nacke Cooper Men s Basketball Scholarship Devyn Marble, Basketball Tom and Shari Davis Men s Basketball Manager s Scholarship Tom O Connor, Basketball Doran Family Gymnastics Scholarship Jessica Morreale, Gymnastics C.W. Bump Elliott Football Scholarship Faith Ekakitie, Football Dr. Brent and Ellen Feller Men s Basketball Scholarship Josh Oglesby, Basketball John Ferentz Memorial Football Scholarship Maurice Fleming, Football Hayden Fry Captain s Scholarship James Morris, Football Eugene and Pat Gauron Women s Tennis Scholarship Katie Zordani, Tennis Al Grady Memorial Football Scholarship Jordan Canzeri, Football Carol Haupert Football Scholarship Gregory Mabin, Football Donald W. and Marilyn Heineking Baseball Scholarship Sasha Kuebel, Baseball Donald W. and Marilyn Heineking Football Scholarship Kevonte Martin-Manley, Football Donald W. and Marilyn Heineking Men s Basketball Manager s Scholarship Jordan Decker, Basketball Donald W. and Marilyn Heineking Men s Cross Country/Track Scholarship Babatunde Amosu, Track/Cross Country Donald W. and Marilyn Heineking Softball Scholarship Michelle Zoeller, Softball Donald W. and Marilyn Heineking Volleyball Scholarship Alexandra Lovell, Volleyball Donald W. and Marilyn Heineking Women s Basketball Scholarship Kathryn Reynolds, Basketball Donald W. and Marilyn Heineking Wrestling Scholarship Sam Brooks, Wrestling Theo and Glenda Hitchens Football Scholarship Jaleel Johnson, Football Theo and Glenda Hitchens Men s Basketball Scholarship Peter Jok, Basketball James Hoak Men s Golf Scholarship Voramte Aussarassakorn, Golf Iowa Style Wrestling Scholarship Corey Clark, Wrestling

13 Leadership Level Scholarships and Recipients leadership level scholarships and recipients Continued Richard O. Jacobson Football Scholarship Anthony Hitchens, Football Bud and Georgia Johnson Women s Basketball Scholarship Bethany Doolittle, Basketball Johnson County I-Club Football Scholarship George Kittle, Football Johnson County I-Club Wrestling Scholarship Nick Moore, Wrestling Nile Kinnick Leadership Scholarship Nathan Burak, Wrestling Nile Kinnick Memorial Scholarships Andrew Carman, Track Mike Gesell, Basketball Chase Tomlins, Tennis Michael Vinyard, Swimming Nile Kinnick Scholarship for Women Shelby Phillips, Golf Ron and Carol Kirchhoff Men s Basketball Scholarship Zach McCabe, Basketball W. A. Krause Football Scholarship Michael Meyer, Football Gary Kurdelmeier Wrestling Scholarship Michael Evans, Wrestling Robert and Dorothy Lee Scholarship Dustin Rhoads, Swimming Jack and Ailene Liechty Football Scholarship LeShun Daniels, Football Jack and Ailene Liechty Men s Basketball Scholarship Adam Woodbury, Basketball Jack and Ailene Liechty Men s Golf Scholarship Brian Bullington, Golf Jack and Ailene Liechty Women s Basketball Scholarship Kali Peschel, Basketball Linn County I-Club Basketball Scholarship Jarrod Uthoff, Basketball Indicates scholarship first awarded in Brad and Anne Lohaus Men s Basketball Scholarship Anthony Clemmons, Basketball Paul Mason Memorial Scholarship Adrianne Alexia, Track Bob and Jo Lynne Meskimen Family Football Scholarship Don Shumpert, Football Terry and Susan Mulligan Football Scholarship Damon Bullock, Football Terry and Susan Mulligan Men s Swimming Scholarship Grant Betulius, Swimming Bucky O Connor Men s Basketball Scholarship Melsahn Basabe, Basketball Bucky O Connor Men s Golf Scholarship Steven Ihm, Golf Dennis and Donna Oldorf Kristoffer Goodman, Baseball Robert and Ruth Olson Football Scholarship Andrew Donnal, Football Bob and Dorothy Otto Football Scholarship Raymond Hamilton, Football Dave Paulson Baseball Scholarship Jake Yacinich, Baseball Whitey and Grace Piro Football Scholarship Damond Powell, Football William and Kay Pitlik Field Hockey Scholarship Marike Stribos, Field Hockey William and Kay Pitlik Football Scholarships John Lowdermilk, Football B. J. Lowery, Football William and Kay Pitlik Softball Scholarship Kayla Massey, Softball William and Kay Pitlik Women s Basketball Scholarship Sam Logic, Basketball William and Kay Pitlik Wrestling Scholarship Robert Telford, Wrestling Polk County I-Club Football Scholarship Conor Boffeli, Football Polk County I-Club Softball Scholarship Shayla Starkenburg, Softball Rigler Family Football Scholarship Barkley Hill, Football Bob Root Memorial Football Scholarship Darian Cooper, Football Stella Wolff Sanford Women s Scholarship Emma Willis, Gymnastics Douglas D. Schnoebelen Women s Basketball Scholarship Melissa Dixon, Basketball John and Dorothy Sill Wrestling Scholarship Ethen Lofthouse, Wrestling Roland and Esther Smith Men s s Brennan Davey, Track David Ernstsson, Swimming Blake Hickman, Baseball Roland and Esther Smith Women s s Brynn Gitt, Field Hockey Briana Midkiff, Golf Niki Schultheis, Field Hockey Professor Ralph I. and Barbara G. Stephens Women s Basketball Scholarship Theairra Taylor, Basketball Marshall Stewart Memorial Scholarship Lance Alberhasky, Gymnastics Dennis and Janice Oliver Strang Football Scholarship Anthony Gair, Football John Streif Men s Basketball Scholarship Melsahn Basabe, Basketball Ben Trickey Memorial Scholarship Mark Weisman, Football Raymond K. and Susan K. Vawter Football Scholarship Cole Fisher, Football W. David Ward Football Scholarship Anthony Hitchens, Football Earl and Edna Yoder Football Scholarship Desmond King, Football 11

14 Sustaining Level Scholarships and Recipients Sustaining level scholarships and recipients Amana Refrigeration Scholarship Cloe Lacasse, Soccer Bechtel Trust s Adrianne Alexia, Track Rachel Curry, Track Ethan Holmes, Track Trevor Kenyon, Baseball Nick Trizzino, Wrestling Taylor Zeutenhorst, Baseball Gayle Blevins Megan Blank, Softball Bob and Candice Bowlsby Bethany Yeager, Volleyball Greg and Suzie Glazer Burt Shannen Rose Forde, Track Gordon Chapman Memorial Dominic Patrick, Tennis 12 Sheila Rivin Chapman Memorial Hannah Clark, Soccer Tony Cordaro Memorial Scholarship Nicholas Roscetti, Baseball Cretzmeyer-Keatinge Scholarship Khanishah Williams, Track Frank J. Bab Cuhel Memorial Scholarship Kaleb VanCleave, Track Timothy Hawks Darrah Scholarship Kyle Reid, Track DeVries Family Louis Trinca-Pasat, Football Dubuque County I-Club Scholarship Joshua Gill, Swimming Steve and Kay Dummermuth Andrew Marciniak, Swimming P. J. Fessler Memorial Scholarship Bradley Rogers, Football David and Dorie Fisher Joe Ducharme, Wrestling Scott and Samia Foster Engineering/ Matthew McGrath, Gymnastics Waldo Geiger Nick Day, Baseball Louis Ginsberg Academic/ Jasmine Simpson, Track Christine H. B. Grant Scholarship Katie Nasenbenny, Soccer Stuart Gray Memorial Scholarship Josh Larney, Track Edwin B. Green Memorial Scholarship Caleb Wilfong, Track Kevin and Sheryl Grimm Women s Rebecca Stoughton, Swimming Mike Haight Reggie Spearman, Football Lawrence (Pops) Harrison Sydney Hoerr, Gymnastics Reed Herman Hartsook Memorial Scholarship Joshua Dziewa, Wrestling Marge and Jack Hepp Memorial Scholarship Matthew Loochtan, Gymnastics Dr. Pat Hicks Memorial Scholarship Emily Hovren, Swimming Hines Family Nicole Rae, Golf Ironmen Memorial Scholarship Riley McMinn, Football Stanley P. Jadeski Quinton Alston, Football Gregg Kucharo Memorial Scholarship Jordan Cotton, Football Robert S. and Dorothy J. Lee Scholarship Derek St. John, Wrestling Kirk and Diane Mellecker Family Nicole Mitchell, Rowing Janice and Kenneth Moss Scholarship Casey Kreiter, Football Earle and Louise Murphy Matthew Hagan, Tennis Newman Center Catholic Student-Athlete Scholarships Hannah Maher, Swimming Kyle Noser, Swimming Jeff Parker Football Manager s Scholarship Aaron Ekland, Football

15 Sustaining Level Scholarships and Recipients Sustaining level scholarships and recipients (Continued) Ned and Reba Postels Family Josh Oglesby, Basketball Robert Ray Faculty Representative Scholarships Sarah Drake, Field Hockey Garret Dunn, Tennis Herm and Dianne Reininga Engineering/ Juan Estenssoro, Tennis Kris Rogers Memorial Scholarship Brianna Luna, Softball Richard Romey Memorial Scholarship James Morris, Football Sattler Family Roman Trussov, Swimming Leon and Patricia Schade Andrew Hedrick, Baseball Keith and Justine Schulte Zach McCabe, Basketball Thomas Schulze Memorial Scholarship Dominic Alvis, Football Dr. John Skien Memorial Scholarship Michael Swank, Tennis Tim Emmett Steele Memorial Scholarship Andres Estenssoro, Tennis Roger T. Stetson Memorial Byron Butler, Swimming C. Vivian and William Stringer Scholarship Nicole Smith, Basketball Bud Suter Memorial Scholarship Manuel Belzer, Swimming Mr. and Mrs. John V. Synhorst Tyler Lentz, Swimming For more information about making an endowed scholarship commitment to the University of Iowa Foundation to benefit intercollegiate athletics, please contact: Athletics Development Office The University of Iowa Foundation (800) or (319) Truax Family Scholarship Nickolas Elsberg, Marching Band Dakota Newman, Marching Band Updegraff Family Scholarship Ruth Seaborne, Tennis Dennis M. and Marcia A. Voss Destinee Gwee, Rowing William H. Wallace and Melissa K. Wallace Joseph White, Tennis Diane Abegg Weber and Naomi J. Erlandson Tyler Lentz, Swimming Irving B. Weber Memorial Scholarship Lindsay Seemann, Swimming John R. Winnie Memorial Scholarship Jonas Dierckx, Tennis Charles Zwiener Scholarship Ian Vandersee, Golf Indicates scholarship first awarded in The UI acknowledges the UI Foundation as the preferred channel for private contributions that benefit all areas of the university, including intercollegiate athletics. Nicholas T. Ryan Family Michael Kelly, Wrestling 13

16 Hawkeye Visions Overview Iowa athletic department scholarship expenses This graph represents the total dollar amount spent annually by the UI Department of Intercollegiate Athletics on tuition, room and board, books, and fees for UI student-athletes. $10,053,224 $10,000,000 $ 9,000,000 $ 8,000,000 $7,809,482 $7,639,762 $8,364,680 $9,259,731 $ 7,000,000 $ 6,000,000 $ 5,000,000 $ 4,000,000 $ 3,000,000 $ 2,000,000 $ 1,000, Private support is crucial to the fiscal stability of Hawkeye athletics. The UI Department of Intercollegiate Athletics pays all or part of the tuition, room and board, books, and fees for approximately 435 scholarship student-athletes every year. As the cost of tuition, room and board, books, and fees increases the resources of the athletics department are constantly stretched (see chart above and on opposite page). 14

17 Scholarship Costs Overview rising costs of a full-ride scholarship This graph represents the total cost to the Athletic Department for an individual full-ride scholarship (tuition, room and board, books, and fees). Iowa Resident Nonresident $35,000 $30,000 $28,731 $30,602 $32,444 $34,261 $35,849 $36,755 $25,000 $20,000 $15,000 $10,000 $14,617 $15,228 $16,148 $16,927 $17,627 $17,885 $5, scholarship payout illustration The chart below approximates the earnings from specific endowment gifts. Endowment Gift of Estimated Annual Payout* Sustaining Scholarship $50,000 $2,250 Leadership Scholarship $200,000 $9,000 Visionary Scholarship $400,000 $18,000 *Estimated 4.5% interest earnings. 15

18 Big Ten Scholarship Endowment Comparison 2013 Big Ten Conference Athletic Endowment Comparison Total athletic scholarship endowment of each Big Ten institution. $63.5 $60,000,000 $56.0 $50,000,000 $49.0 $47.4 $47.4 $43.0 $40,000,000 $30,000,000 $36.6 $34.2 $34.1 $30.0 $23.4 $20,000,000 10,000,000 $0 IOWA $

19 Golden Pledge Golden Pledge: A Presidential Partnership for Student Success University of Iowa President Sally Mason has developed a program that will double the impact of scholarship funds created or increased over the next four years. The Golden Pledge program will match the payout from new, privately funded endowed undergraduate scholarships of $100,000 or more. Existing endowed undergraduate scholarships increased by $100,000 or more also will qualify for the match. For example, a newly established scholarship of $200,000 would generate earnings of approximately $9,000. The Golden Pledge would match the $9,000 pay-out, doubling your gift impact for that year. This program is an exciting incentive for alumni and friends who share our vision for student success. Sally Mason President The University of Iowa The program will run through December 2017 and is designed to significantly increase the number of scholarships for undergraduate students at Iowa. For more information about the Golden Pledge, please visit (click on Giving) or call the UI Foundation at (319) PROGRAM GUIDELINES: Contributors can create a new endowment fund eligible for the golden pledge match through a gift of $100,000 or more. Contributors may also qualify for the golden pledge match via adding to an existing fund through a gift of $100,000 or more; however, only payout from the new gift will be matched. Contributions must come from private sources; state and federal monies will not be matched. Cash gifts and pledges (paid over a period of up to 4 years) will be eligible; deferred (estate) gifts will not be matched. Contributors whose gifts are eligible for a corporate match may use those to reach the $100,000 endowment minimum. 17

20 for more information on the Hawkeye Visions Endowment Program please contact: Athletics Development Office The University of Iowa Foundation P.O. Box Iowa City, IA Phone: (319) or (800) Please click on Giving, then Hawkeye Visions.

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