Past Scholarship Recipients

The National Table Tennis Scholarship Program is still relatively new, being established in early 2008, with the first scholarships awarded in the 2008-2009 academic year. With luck, this list of recipients will continue to grow and expand for many years to come.


Here are the distinguished student athletes that have received scholarships through this program so far:

2016-2017

Hannah Lin (University of California, Los Angeles)
Samuel Liu (University of Minnesota-Twin Cities)
Theodore Tran (University of California, Berkeley)

2015-2016

Isabel Chu (University of California, Los Angeles)

2014-2015

Caroline Kajihara (Texas Wesleyan University)
Bliss Chang (The University of Alabama at Birmingham)
Cheng Li (Mississippi College)
Yichi Zhang (Mississippi College)
Ellen Hwang (University of California, Berkeley)
Nancy Zhou (Brown University)

2013-2014

Caroline Kajihara (Texas Wesleyan University)
Tony Cui (University of Minnesota - Twin Cities)

2012-2013

Zhicheng Liang (Mississippi College)
Shermaine Joey Lam (Emory University)
Jasmine Nguyen (University of California - Berkeley)

2011-2012

Jingwen Hui (University of Texas - Austin)
Koji Higashi (University of California - Berkeley)
Ka (Anna) Ho (University of Southern California)
Ye Hu (University of Wisconsin - Madison)

2010-2011

Yuliang Cai (Mississippi College)
Nancy Chen (Harvard University)
Ye Hu (University of Wisconsin - Madison)
Stephanie Shih (Barnard College of Columbia University)

2009-2010

Stephanie Chow (University of California - Los Angeles)
David Llona (University of Central Florida)
Wenwen Zhang (Central Michigan University)

2008-2009

Whitney Ping (Stanford University)
Cheramie Cheung (University of Chicago)


    For questions or comments about this program, please email info@nctta.org.

The National College Table Tennis Scholarship Program is supported by:


NCTTA
the National Collegiate Table Tennis Association

Newgy Industries
Newgy Industries


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