Congratulations Scholarship Winners!

$1000 Athlete Leadership Summit Winners

Reid Davidson from Fairhope, AL competing in Basketball and Hannah Krings from Madison, AL competing in Swimming.

$2500 Opening Ceremonies Winners

Brian Alvarenga from Calera, AL competing in Soccer, Nathan Lindgren from Helena, AL competing in Soccer, Darrian Simpson from Huntsville competing in Taekwondo and Cameron Ware from Pinson, AL competing in Basketball.

ASF Scholarship History

Since 1993, the ASF Foundation has awarded 441 academic scholarships to the youth of Alabama totaling $272,385.

If I win an Academic Scholarship, how do I receive it?

When you have finalized which university or college (in-State or out-of-State) you will attend, please send the following items to the ASF Foundation Office, P. O. Box 20327, Montgomery, AL 36120-0327:

- A copy of your 2 or 4 year university or college acceptance letter
- Your social security number
- The date you will begin classes

Upon receipt of the above information, the Academic Scholarship will be forwarded to the registrar's office of the college or university that you choose. The scholarship check will be mailed approximately two weeks prior to you beginning classes. An ASF Foundation Academic Scholarship can be used for continuing education classes or transferred to a family member. In order to transfer an ASF Foundation Academic Scholarship to a family member, the scholarship recipient must be of legal adult age and sign a notarized affidavit affirming the transfer.

Congratulations to all of our 2012-2013 Student Ambassador $2,500 Academic Scholarship winners!

Amber Jackson Southside High School

Maggie Killen Lexington High School

Annah Nichols - Escambia County High School

Brooke Yelton Smith Station High School

Congratulations to all of our 2012-2013 Student Ambassador $1,000 Academic Scholarship winners!

Beverly Ceasar Dadeville High School

Emily Gangl Madison County High School

Mary Page Martin St. Luke Episcopal

Ashlyn Mullinax Oakman High School

2012 Scholarship Winners!

In 2012, the Alabama Sports Festival Foundation (ASF Foundation) once again awarded $2,500 ACADEMIC SCHOLARSHIPS to registered athletes who participated in the State Games Opening Ceremonies Parade of Athletes. The event took place at the Birmingham-Jefferson Convention Complex (BJCC) in downtown Birmingham on Friday, June 22, at 6:45 PM. The winning athletes were:

Stephanie Velazquez, Fort Payne

Ada Griffin, Birmingham

The ASF Foundation also awarded two $1,000 ACADEMIC SCHOLARSHIPS to attendees at the Athlete Leadership Summit on Friday, June 22, 2012. The winners were:

  • Samuel Wilks, Trussville
  • Aimee Nichols, Vestavia

Congratulations to all of our 2011-2012 Student Ambassador Academic Scholarship winners!
Seierra Booker, Phenix City
Caitlin Brown, Meridianville
Mac Campbell, Escambia
Beverly Ceasar, Dadeville
Brandon Cox, Birmingham
Jayme Dewberry, Alexander City
Tyler Downs, Mobile
Krista Fluker, Dolomite
Allison Fowler, Fosters
Sabrina Guthrie, Nauvoo
Julie Howorth, Montgomery
Stewart Ippolito, Montgomery
Makenzie Johnson, Carbon Hill
Kerri Letson, Moulton
Karson Loomis, Montgomery
Grace Matlock, Evergreen
Lauryn Mummah, Foley
Karlee Robinson, Alexander City
Jackie Smith, Spanish Fort
Michael Tempero, Vredenburgh


2011 Scholarship Winners!

Four $2,500 College Scholarships were given away to registered athletes who participated in the 2011 State Games Opening Ceremonies Parade of Athletes. The scholarship drawings took place at the end of the Opening Ceremonies, June 24, 2011, at approximately 8:05 PM. The winning athletes were:

  • LaShawn M. Simmons, Anniston
  • Elizabeth Wilson, Decatur
  • Karston Brooks, Auburn
  • William Spencer, Hueytown

Also in 2011, the Alabama Sports Festival gave away two $1,000 College Scholarships to those who registered online.

The January winner was Morgan Brooks from Montgomery. Morgan used her scholarship to further her education at Troy University in Montgomery.

The June winner was Emily Holley of Satsuma. Emily plays softball and has competed in past State Games.


2010 Scholarships Winners

Congratulations to the 2010 ASF Foundation Academic Scholarship winners. Each winner will receive a $1,000 college scholarship to be used at the college of their choice.

Athlete Leadership Summit

  • Brady Stults (Basketball)
  • Matthew R. Richardson (Soccer)
  • Henley Burton (Softball)
  • Chase Sanford (Soccer)
  • Amanda Hoopingarner (Gymnastics)
  • Herbert Tamale (Soccer)
  • Cameron Pope (Track)


Video Contest Scholarships (High School & College Categories)

Two $500 college scholarships awarded in May 2009 to the winners of the Alabama Students Against Tobacco TTY4L Video Contest.

Taylor Veazey - High School Category Recipient

Brittany Faush - College Category Recipient

Ten $1,000 College Scholarships

Ten $1,000 college scholarships were given away at the ASF Foundation's Athlete Leadership Summit and State Games Opening Ceremonies, Friday, June 19, 2009 at the Birmingham-Jefferson Convention Complex. State Games athletes and coaches who were present and pre-registered were eligible to win one of the ten $1,000 college scholarships.

  • Recipients
  • Anna Crouse; Madison, AL; Gymnastics
  • Briley Strawder; Decatur, AL; Gymnastics
  • Karly R. Dickerson; Addison, AL; Volleyball
  • Morgan Blalock; Mentone, AL ; Soccer
  • Jeffrey Seawright; Fort Deposit, AL; Basketball
  • Gordon L. Brooks; Atmore, AL; Basketball
  • Hannah Perez; Wetumpka, AL; Soccer
  • Jordan C. Steen; Mobile, AL; Volleyball
  • Ulric Jones; Alexandria, AL; Basketball
  • Brinston T. Story; Birmingham, AL; Basketball


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