May 23 Tampa Catholic senior, Dominique was selected from a group of 25 finalists out of 4,600 applicants nationwide. All finalists from across the Tampa Bay area were celebrated for having the qualities of a Triple-Impact Competitor®; an athlete that makes themselves, their teammates, and the game better. PCA-Tampa Bay recognized the accomplishments of the finalists through personalized webpages, professional videos, and on social media. Through interviews, letters of recommendation, and a self-submitted video, PCA-Tampa Bay’s scholarship committee selected 24 Triple-Impact Competitor® Scholarship winners. Dominique performed with excellence both on and off-the field and serves as a role model for other students. As a leader, she has set herself apart by how she trains for her sport, performs in academics, and impacts those around her for the better. In April, the Tampa Bay Rays honored the scholarship award winners during a pre-game ceremony on the field. Winners were joined by PCA-Tampa Bay board members Matt Silverman - President of Baseball Operations for the Tampa Bay Rays, Ken Leikam - U.S. Managing Partner for Deloitte, Troy Fowler – Director of The Triad Foundation, and Mark Sakalosky – Executive Director of PCA-Tampa Bay. Following the presentation, guests were treated to a reception by the Rays and PCA-Tampa Bay in the suite section of Tropicana Field for family members and supporters from the Tampa Bay Community. To learn more about the Class of 2016 scholarship award winners, visit: positivecoach.org To apply for the Class of 2017 scholarship program, complete this application by May 31, 2016. Photo Credit: PCA-Tampa Bay Lady Crusader teammates and Head Coach Matthew Rocha celebrate with Dominique Eule a she receives her PCA-Tampa Bay Triple-Impact Competitor® Scholarship Award.