Win a scholarship to Bethel University!
Triton Boats is proud to partner with Bethel University to offer the Tom Moody Memorial Scholarship at the 2020 Triton Owners Tournament. The scholarship will be awarded to the highest finishing eligible team* at the Triton Owners Tournament. Bethel University will offer a $5,000 per year scholarship and a position on the Bethel University Fishing Team to the winner. The scholarship opportunity is open to anyone ages 16-19 fishing the Triton Owners Tournament.
*Eligible participants must be 16, 17, 18, or 19 years old at the time of the event. By agreeing to participate, I also agree to the terms of this scholarship and understand that it is only an offer. You must select to participate in order to be eligible and would be subject to all terms and guidelines listed (see below).
How Do I Apply?
During Tournament registration there will be a section to opt in to the scholarship and provide information about the participant.
Who is Eligible?
Eligible participants must be 16, 17, 18, or 19 years old at the time of the event, and must be either the boat owner or boat partner and fish during the Triton Owners Tournament.
Can I use this scholarship somewhere else?
No, this scholarship is only for Bethel University. Winner must meet all university entrance requirements. Winning the scholarship does not guarantee acceptance to Bethel University. This scholarship cannot be combined with any additional scholarship offer from Bethel University.
Any student receiving the Tom Moody scholarship award must meet all entering acceptance criteria, adhere to any and all Bethel University rules and guidelines, and follow all rules set forth by and for the Bethel Bass Team and the Bethel Athletic Department.
This scholarship is offered for Bethel University only and cannot be used for any other college or university. Scholarship recipient must meet all requirements set forth by BOTH Bethel University and Triton Boats and/or its administrators. In the event that the winning team has two eligible fishermen, the scholarship will be split between them. If one of the winners does not meet the criteria set forth by Bethel University, then the other would receive the full offer. Winning the scholarship does not guarantee acceptance to Bethel University. This scholarship cannot be combined with any additional scholarship offer from Bethel University.