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Freeman Health System Partners with NEO to Provide Athletic Training ScholarshipFreeman

Thursday, March 24, 2016 – The Development Foundation at Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College (NEO) is announcing a new scholarship provided through the support of Freeman Health System. The Freeman Athletic Training Scholarship will provide $500 a semester to sophomores interested in pursuing a career in athletic training, who have contributed to overall athletic department goals while a freshman.

“Freeman Health System has been a long-time supporter of NEO and its athletic programs,” said Jennifer Hessee, executive director of the NEO Development Foundation. “This generous gift to establish a scholarship will greatly assist the academic success of our student-athletes.”

A panel of Freeman and NEO representatives chose students. Among this year’s scholarship winners were Cordell Jackson, Lennia Skye, Courtney Hagar, and Makayla Hamm.

For more information about the athletic department or the Pre-Athletic Training program, contact Lisa Severe at lsevere@neo.edu.

(Photo from left: Jennifer Hessee, NEO Development Foundation executive director; Mike Barlow, NEO athletic trainer; Courtney Hagar; Cordell Jackson; Lennia Skye; Dale Patterson, NEO athletic director; Caitlin Allison, assistant athletic trainer. Makayla Hamm not pictured)

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