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Andrew Sturtevant
(center pointing)
at our 2001-2002 Tiger Band Leadership Training Event

Sear Directors' Cup
Postgraduate Scholarship Award
National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics

(Tiger Band-Gram April 2002)

It gives me great pleasure to announce that Andrew Keith Sturtevant, senior member of our Tiger Bands, has received the prestigious Sears Directors' Cup Postgraduate Scholarship Award. Andrew is the son of Joel and Carolyn Sturtevant of Frankfort, KY and is a four-year member of our trumpet section, participating in both the "FTGPB" [aka Fighting Tiger Grrr...Pep Band] and the Tiger Symphonic Band. Additionally, Andrew studied at Regent's Park College of Oxford University during the spring of 2001 and is a member of the Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity.

The National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics (NACDA) awards postgraduate scholarships to colleges and universities with teams having won national championships, as Georgetown College has the past two years in football. The scholarships are awarded to senior students who have maintained a minimum 3.00 GPA and have demonstrated leadership qualities on the institutional and community level. Scholarship winners need to have been part of any group that actively support athletics at their institution (i.e. band members, cheerleaders, athletic training staff, administrative staff or managers). As such we are indebted to Coach Bill Cronin and the Tiger Football Squad for winning back-to-back national championships and Dr. Ben Oldham, Director of Athletics at Georgetown College, for making the nomination of a Tiger Band Member possible.

Andrew will graduate on Saturday, May 11th [2002] from Georgetown College with a 4.00 GPA as a history and philosophy double-major. He has been accepted and will pursue his graduate degree in history at the College of William and Mary in Williamsburg, Virginia.