The Foundation for Seminole State College welcomed 136 business leaders and College supporters to its 28th annual Dream Cup Challenge Golf Tournament, raising more than $40,000 for education.
The 18-hole competition, held April 18 at the Legacy Club at Alaqua Lakes, featured a scholarship awards presentation, course contests, appearances by Seminole State President Dr. E. Ann McGee and the Raider women's golf team, a silent auction and a catered barbecue dinner.
Before the event kicked off, two student-athletes were honored with Mack Blythe Outstanding Freshman of the Year Awards for their accomplishments on and off the field. Blythe, the College's former Business Department chair, founded the Dream Cup Challenge to raise money for student programs and scholarships.
The award recipients were:
The foursome of Jack Thompson, Derek Sauser, Shawn Wilson and Matt Kremser, representing Jax 5th Avenue Deli and Ale House, took home the Dream Cup trophy with a score of 53.
The Dream Cup Challenge is one of Seminole County's premier golf events and a top fundraiser for the Foundation for Seminole State. For more information and a complete list of tournament winners, please visit the Foundation online.
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