Steven Davi, a resident of Williamstown, NJ, and a senior athletic training education and neuroscience major at King’s College, Wilkes-Barre, Pa.,has been awarded the Inaugural National Athletic Trainers’ Association District Two Leadership Scholarship. The scholarship was established to recognize deserving athletic training student with exceptional leadership skills and activities in the profession.
A graduate of St. Augustine Prep, he is the son of Jeana and the late Steven Davi.
Davi will be awarded a $2500 scholarship that will be presented at the NATA Clinical Symposium during the District Two Business Meeting in June in Indianapolis, Indiana.
Davi received his bachelor’s degree at recent Commencement activities at King’s. At the ceremony, he received the Distinguished Achievement Award in Athletic Training, which is given to the graduating senior with the highest grade point average.
Davi has been accepted into an extremely prestigious athletic training graduate program at the University of Connecticut and will be a graduate assistant athletic trainer at Eastern Connecticut State University. He has already passed his national certification exam for athletic training.
King’s College is a Catholic College Sponsored by the Congregation of Holy Cross.