SEATTLE – Thea Foulk of Seattle University women’s cross country and track and field and Julia Gorman of Seattle U women’s swimming have earned College of Science and Engineering Bannan Scholarships for the 2019-20 school year.

To be eligible for a Bannan scholarship, a student must be an undergraduate junior or senior with a full-time major in the College of Science and Engineering. The applicant must have a minimum GPA of 3.5 and have a demonstrated commitment to serving both the university and the greater community. The applicant must submit a biographical sketch, a personal statement describing volunteer service, and a faculty recommendation.

Foulk and Gorman are in a group of just 27 recipients of this year’s Bannan Scholarship. Gorman also claimed the scholarship last year.

Foulk is a junior from Portland, Ore. She competed in SU's top seven in cross country last fall and made improvements in both indoor and outdoor track this winter and spring.

Gorman, a junior from Bend, Ore., tallied the third-fastest 100 freestyle time in program history at this year's WAC Championships. She also holds the fifth-best 200 freestyle effort in school annals. Gorman was an Academic All-WAC selection this winter.