Bryce Hall
2019 Scholarship Recipient

Bryce is a fourth-year student in the Curry School of Education and Human Development majoring in Youth and Social Innovation.  He is an All-ACC defensive back, and led the nation in 2018 for the most pass breakups and tied for most passes defended. The Football Writers Association named him to its All-American team. He made second-team All-American through the Walter Camp Foundation, the nation’s oldest college football All-American honor.  He has an equally impressive record of community involvement in Charlottesville-area schools, where he teaches basic reading and writing skills. Bryce has volunteered at local elementary schools through community organizations such as the Boy’s and Girl’s Club, and he works with the youth groups at his local church. He also visits with the elderly in assisted living facilities.

Past Recipients

  • 2018
    Jack Salt
    2017
    Chase Campbell
    2016
    Conner Kelly
    2015
    Owen Sperling
    2014
    Brett Lisle
    2013
    J. Lane Smith
    2012
    Andrew Colberg
    2011
    Matt Kugler

  • 2010
    Walker Redd
    2009
    John Carrington
    2008

    Ryan Mostrom
    2007
    John Grenier
    Sarah Kirkwood
    2006
    James Hamilton
    Michael Kirkman
    2005
    Chelsea Metz
    2004
    Benjamin J. Hicks

  • 2003
    Jennifer Bernhards
    2002
    Lauren Aumiller
    2001
    Cara Coolbaugh
    2000
    David W. Jenkins
    1999
    John F. Winter, III.
    1998
    William Van Thompson, III.
    1997
    Eric J. Giesler
    1996
    Thomas E. Woodworth

  • 1995
    Thomas Frederick Byars
    1994
    Michael C. Strouse
    1993
    C. David Cox
    Katherine A. Neale
    1992
    Edwin J. Feinour