At the end of the program, graduates will receive honoraria to be used for their postgraduate career plans. Student-athletes graduating from the program will become members of the Terps Career Network, Maryland’s former student-athlete network that will provide continued access to mentorships that will enable student-athletes to continue their growth outside of Maryland.
The following student-athletes include the Gossett Scholars from Maryland for the 2022-2023 year:
Class of 2023: Sophia Antonopoulos (women’s lacrosse), Belle Bressler (field hockey), Maria Vittoria Corbi (women’s golf), Emma DeBerdine (field hockey), Claudia Dolan (women’s cross country/athletics), Thomas Eubanks (men’s golf), Joseph Ewan (men’s athletics), Samantha Facius (women’s cross country/athletics), Angela Garvin (women’s golf), Austynn Lacasse (gymnastics), Brianna Lamoureux (women’s lacrosse), Taylor Liguori (softball), Libby May (women’s lacrosse), Maxwell Myers (men’s athletics), Maddie Naumann (volleyball), Gerald Norgbe (men’s athletics), Jaiden Ritter (women’s athletics), Emma Silberman (gymnastics), Emily Sterling (women’s lacrosse), Brooke Weston (women’s soccer), Keyera Wynn ( women’s football)
Class of 2024: Brinae Alexander (Women’s Basketball), Logan Anderson (Field Hockey), Amanda Eliker (Women’s Athletics), Katie Ericson (Women’s Cross Country), David Foust (Soccer), Kami Hickson (Women’s Athletics), Kirstin Nichols (Women’s Athletics Cross Country), Taylor Osterhout (Gymnastics), Anne Slatoff (Gymnastics), Krista Varrichione (Women’s Football), Karla Vazquez Setzer (Women’s Golf), Olivia Weir (Gymnastics)
The Gossett Fellows program is one aspect of the innovative support model implemented by the Barry and Mary Gossett Center for Academic and Personal Excellence. The center focuses on a critical gap in student-athlete development – career transition and career success after graduation. The center was established after a $21.25 million donation from the Gossett family in April 2018.