Local Athlete Receives Athleadership Grant for College Scholarship

AnaVictoria Miranda received the Athleadership Grant because of her leadership in her community, academic achievement, athletics and a required essay.

A Freehold Township student athlete has been recognized for her abilities on and off the basketball court.

AnaVictoria Miranda, a senior Basketball player, at Freehold Township High School has won a National Athleadership Grant, sponsored by NCSA Athletic Recruiting and the NFL Players Association (NFLPA). 

NCSA is an organization that works with student athletes and College coaches. By receiving an Athleadership Grant from NCSA, Miranda is now apart of a select number of student athletes throughout the country who particpate in all sports from football to track. The Athleadership Grant is awarded to student athletes who qualify based on leadership in their community, academic achievement, athletics and a required essay written by the student athlete. 

Following the selection of Miranda to be the recipient of this Athleadership Grant, NCSA will work with her and her family to assist her to find a collegiate institution that best matches her academic and athletic achievements.

“Our passionate team of 300 former athletes will personally guide and educate AnaVictoria throughout the entire recruiting process, giving her the tools that she needs to be successful in recruiting and in life.” said Chris Krause, CEO and founder of NCSA Athletic Recruiting. “Picking the right college is a life changing decision. It’s important for student-athletes to recognize that the choice of a college or university is not just a 4-year decision; it is a 40-year decision that will impact their professional future and personal success in life.”


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