Football player earns NCAA postgraduate scholarship
Alan Kimball, who recently finished his senior season on the Yale football
team, has been awarded a 2007-2008 NCAA postgraduate scholarship.
Fifty-eight NCAA student-athletes have been awarded educational grants through
its postgraduate scholarship program. The winners receive one-time, non-renewable
grants of $7,500.
Kimball was the only Ivy Leaguer picked among 11 football players. He was Academic
All-Ivy and a semifinalist for the Draddy Award, the nation’s top football
scholar, while winning the Chester LaRoche and Ledyard Mitchell awards at the
2007 Yale team banquet. He also earned District I ESPN The Magazine Academic
All-District honors while carrying a 3.97 GPA in history.
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