Featured Scholarship Recipient:
In high school Anthony was a three-sport student athlete and received 10 varsity letters. While playing football from 2006-2010, Anthony played alongside Kiefer Zuelsdorf (Dustin's brother) as well as Ethan Mahoney (Dustin's cousin). Anthony graduated from Winona State University with a bachelor’s degree in Mass Communications – Electronic Media. While at Winona State he continued his football career which was highlighted by a Mineral Water Bowl victory in 2012. Upon graduating Anthony continued his education and worked as a graduate assistant in the Winona State athletics department as an assistant director of athletic communications. He has since moved to Reno, Nevada and was the Nevada men’s basketball team multimedia specialist for one season. Anthony is now a producer and director at Nevada Sports Net, a brand new 24-7 regional sports network based in Reno.
When asked what it means to be a recipient of the Dozer Scholarship, Anthony says, "To be a recipient of a Dozer Scholarship is something that has helped get me to where I am today and I can not be more grateful. The scholarship is in honor of someone who left an impact on all those who knew him, including myself without ever knowing it. The impact of Dozer, and the scholarship that bears his name, is something that I know the Zuelsdorf family and Cambridge community is proud of."