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GCAA Announces Presidential Scholarship Recipients

NORMAN, Okla. – The GCAA named its second class of Presidential Scholarship recipients. Honorees must be child or grandchild of a GCAA member coach or retired coach in good standing. This year’s honorees are Blake Blaser, Peyton Broce, Zakary Heppler, Tyler Ott, Chandler Satterfield, and Hayley Schaub.

Blake Blaser: Blake is the son of Oklahoma City head coach Kyle Blaser. Blake was a three-time state champion in golf while attending Edmond North High School. He was also a part of Forgotten Ministries, an organization that helps the homeless. Blake will be a freshmen at Louisiana Tech, where he will be a member of the golf team.

Peyton Broce: Peyton is the daughter of IUPUI head coach Jamie Broce. Peyton was a member of the NJHS and NHS. Additionally, she made honor roll every semester from 2012-18. Peyton was a four-year member of her high school golf team and has her own book review blog. She will be attending Mt. Vernon Nazarene, where she will be a member of the golf team.

Zakary Heppler: Zakary is the son of Georgia Tech head coach Bruce Heppler. Zakary was a three-year member of NHS while in high school. He was also an Eagle Scout and is very involved in the church. He is a sophomore at BYU.

Tyler Ott: Tyler is the son of Illinois Wesleyan head coach Jim Ott. Tyler was the team captain for his high school golf, basketball, and baseball teams. He will be a freshmen at the University of Alabama in the fall.

Chandler Satterfield: Chandler is the son of Past GCAA President Todd Satterfield. A member of Alpha Tau Omega, Chandler is a junior at Clemson University. He spent the summer as an engineering intern at Roy Metal Finishing.

Hayley Shaub: Hayley is the daughter of Lindenwood head coach Derek Schaub. Hayley is involved with her church where she sings in the band and serves at VBS kindergarten teacher. Hayley has also completed two mission trips. She will be a freshman at Missouri.