Scotsman Cup Challenge
THE SCOTSMAN CUP CHALLENGE
Presbyterian College will launch an Athletics Alumni Giving Challenge from March 19 to April 6. Let the Madness of March begin! This is a friendly competition among all 19 varsity sports programs designed to promote an annual tradition of giving back to PC. This challenge is synced up to March’s most well-known NCAA basketball tournament to encourage excitement and engagement among athletics alumni.
This challenge provides Presbyterian College Athletics Alumni with the opportunity to be involved by providing financial support of current Blue Hose student-athletes, coaches, and athletics department. Show your pride and loyalty to PC and help us to strengthen the tradition of Blue Hose Athletics by paying it forward for a more competitive future.
FINAL RESULTS BREAKDOWN
FINAL RESULTS FOR THE 2018 SCOTSMAN CUP CHALLENGE
Highest % of Athletics Alumni Scotsman Club Members
Highest Dollar amount raised for the Scotsman Club
Highest % of Current Roster Scotsman Club Participation
SUPPORT YOUR TEAM TODAY
THE GAME PLAN
Athletics alumni, fans, parents, and current student-athletes will be competing to earn prize money for their favorite Blue Hose team. All gifts of $25 or more donated to the Scotsman Club with attention to their sport from March 19 – April 8, 2019, will count toward the challenge. Scoring will be based on the number of alumni donors of a particular sport divided by the overall athletic alumni base of the specific sport, overall giving dollars and full participation of current student-athletes per team.
HOW TO PLAY?
Make a Gift
in honor of your team to the Scotsman Club today.
your teammates and encourage them to make a gift.
Check your team’s progress each week
to see who is winning the challenge. Participation percentages will be updated each Tuesday during the month of March.
WHAT WILL MY TEAM WIN?
Team with the highest % of athletics alumni donors
Team with the highest dollar amount raised for the Scotsman Club
Team with the highest % of current roster Scotsman Club participation