On May 18, 2011, Jack III, Matthew and Michael Marston, at Glenbard West’s Senior Honors Convocation presented the "Game On" Scholarship.
Dayle is planning to attend and play softball at Haverford College in Pennsylvania where she will study either Economics or Psychology with a long-term goal of becoming a lawyer.
Career Goals / Plans (excerpt from essay):
“Ever since I can remember, I have loved sports. I realized that playing sports professionally was not my best option, and I started to ponder about the best alternate career choices that incorporate sports. After some thought, I realized that I am a skilled negotiator and love to fight for what I think is right, leading me to the conclusion that I wish to pursue a career as a lawyer in the sports industry…”
Extra Curricular Activities:
Softball, Volleyball Student Council, J. Kyle Braid Leadership, National Honor Society, Captain’s Council, Key Club and Senior Mentor.
Volunteer Basketball Coach 2009-2010.
Bensenville Park District Concession Stand Worker, Scorekeeper at St. Petronille.
Past Scholarship Recipients: Brian Hyosaka (2006), Duncan Lawson (2007), Victoria Noland (2008), David McCaffrey (2009), Tim Hollowed (2010).
Past Scholarship Recipients: Brian Hyosaka (2006), Duncan Lawson (2007), Victoria Noland (2008), David McCaffrey (2009).
“I feel that the sense of optimism that I wake up with every morning drives my enthusiasm for living. I love being alive and believe that everyday is another opportunity to achieve something great…”
“The enthusiasm that I bring to most anything I do presents a type of dedication that is not found in many. I am able to stick to decisions I make by putting one hundred percent effort into them, whether that is within my sports or school life. My game-on attitude stems from my dedication and excitement that I bring to my everyday-day tasks. I guess one of the reasons I love giving those pump-up speeches in those softball games is because I am not the type to ever give up and love spreading the excitement of a positive outcome to others.”