The prestigious NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship awards $10,000 for student-athletes to put toward an accredited graduate program. This award is bestowed to just 21 men and 21 women during a given season (fall, winter, spring) across all three NCAA divisions in the nation. The 2022-23 school year marks the fifth straight year the Tigers have had a student-athlete earn the award. Additionally, Trinity tied for the most NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship winners in Division III this year and was No. 5 across all divisions.
Meet the recipients of 2022-23 NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship.
AJ Clark ’22, M’24
AJ Clark ’22, M’24 earned his bachelor’s degree in business analytics and technology with minors in communication management and sport management. He completed the 2022-23 basketball season while enrolled in Trinity’s Master of Science in Health Care Administration program. In November 2023, he received a Future Texas Business Legend Award. In January, he will begin his required one-year internship to complete his graduate degree, gaining experience with the Methodist Healthcare System in the San Antonio area.
Molly Sheridan ’23
Molly Sheridan ’23 earned her bachelor’s degree in political science and business while playing for Trinity Women’s Soccer. Sheridan is the third Trinity women’s soccer player to be named a scholarship recipient in the past five years. She is currently a fellow in the Coro Fellowship in Public Affairs program at the University of Missouri–St. Louis, with plans to use her scholarship at a dual law and master’s degree public health program after her fellowship.
Ezra Gore ’23
Ezra Gore ’23 earned his bachelor’s degree in business analytics and technology with minors in global supply chain management and data science while playing for Trinity Baseball and Football. Gore is the first Tiger to win this scholarship for Trinity Baseball. He is using his scholarship to attend the University of Alabama at Birmingham, where he is pursuing both a Master of Science in Health Informatics and a Master of Science in Health Administration.