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PONY Baseball/Softball Alumni Scholarship Program

An Alumni Scholarship for graduates of the Pony League, Colt League and/or Palomino League is available through the PONY Baseball/Softball Scholarship Program. In order to be considered for a scholarship a PONY baseball or softball player must play on a PONY affiliated Pony, Colt and/or Palomino team for at least two years prior to application and be a senior in high school. The Scholarship Committee will administer four scholarships annually, one each to the four United States zones (north, east, south, west) of PONY Baseball and Softball. Applicants will be asked to complete an application, including an essay of 100 words or less, and letters of recommendation.


Applications must be sent via certified mail to the following address by May 1st:
PONY Baseball and Softball, Inc.
Attn: Scholarship Committee
P.O. Box 225
Washington, PA 1530

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