Joe Nuxhall Memorial Scholarship assists students with education

The Fairfield Community Foundation and the Joe Nuxhall Foundation announced the recipients of the 2024 Joe Nuxhall Memorial Scholarship. The scholarship is available to student-athletes from all 14 Butler County high schools.

The recipients of the Joe Nuxhall Memorial Scholarship with their high school and college attending are:

  • Josephine Arno, Ross High School, Miami University
  • Nathan Bachmann, Bishop Fenwick, Chatham University
  • Connor Ballantyne, Edgewood, Trine University
  • Matthew Brugger, Badin, Undecided
  • Lindsey Diver, Madison, Miami University
  • Nathan Graham, Fairfield, University of Cincinnati
  • Gabrielle Hammons, Madison, Miami University
  • Avery Hayes, Ross, Miami University
  • Aiden Hoyte, Hamilton, Indiana Institute of Technology
  • Kaitlyn Johns, Edgewood, Miami University
  • Owen King, Talawanda, Miami University
  • Kaelyn Lindsay, Middletown, University of Cincinnati
  • Amaya Miller, Hamilton, University of Cincinnati
  • Nadia Msachi, Lakota East, Kent State University
  • Evan Urso, Middletown, Kenyon College
  • Carter Pate, Ross, University of Alabama
  • Emma Puckett, Talawanda, University of Tennessee, Knoxville
  • Katie Schwartz, Badin, University of Kentucky
  • Hailey Skoog, Lakota West, Miami University
  • Kaitlin Thomas, Fairfield, Wright State University
  • Caleb Vetter, Cincinnati Christian, Anderson University
  • Andrew Wilcox, Monroe, University of Dayton

In order to be considered for the scholarship, student-athletes from all Butler County High Schools, public and private, must complete an online scholarship application that includes an essay on character. Recipients are chosen through a vetting and evaluation process facilitated by the Hamilton Community Foundation.

Each student receives a $1,000-$2,000 scholarship paid to their school of choice.

In addition to the Joe Nuxhall Memorial Scholarship, the Nuxhall family recently created the Teddy Kremer Scholarship in honor of the Cincinnati Reds batboy. The scholarship was created for students studying Special Education. The 2024 recipient is Josephine Arno from Ross High School. Josephine will attend Miami University in the fall.

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