Several endowed scholarships have been created by members of the Saints Athletic community; information on how to give to those opportunities is listed below. These scholarships are eligible for all Marymount students and are not reserved for student-athletes.
Pablo Coto Memorial Scholarship:
Pablo Coto was a student leader and gifted athlete in the Class of 1993. He collapsed on the basketball court during his senior year and died shortly thereafter due to a rare and undiagnosed heart condition. His family members raised money to begin this scholarship in his honor. Each year, a tip-off tournament is held by the Marymount men's and women's basketball teams to support this cause.
Bill and Judy Finney Endowed Scholarship:
Created to honor Judy and Bill Finney's commitment to and accomplishments at Marymount and, in particular, its sports programs. Both Bill and Judy were inducted into the Marymount Hall of Fame in 2011. Bill compiled a 553-193 record over 27 years as head women's basketball coach, winning 11 Capital Athletic Conference Championships and also serving as the department's athletic director. Judy was the Saints's longtime sports information director and senior woman administrator.
Jennifer Tino '95 World Trade Center Memorial Scholarship:
Created by her parents to honor the life of Jennifer M. Tino, Marymount Class of 1994, who died on September 11, 2001, in the World Trade Center. Jennifer was a member of the Marymount women's basketball and soccer programs, and became an assistant vice president for Marsh McLennan in New York City.
James Shelton Scholarship:
Created by the Men's Lacrosse Alumni Network to establish an endowed scholarship fund to honor James Shelton. James was a beloved Marymount shuttle driver who retired in 2006 after 20 years of service and was known for his positive nature, loyalty, team-first attitude and commitment to Marymount.