The Chicago Wolves created the Tim Breslin Memorial Scholarship, which provides a $7,500 stipend toward college tuition, in loving memory of former player Tim Breslin.
Breslin, who was one of the first three players signed by the franchise, passed away on Feb. 9, 2005, due to complications from appendiceal cancer. The Addison native and Driscoll Catholic High School graduate played five seasons with the Wolves and was a member of the 1998 Turner Cup Championship squad.
How to apply
To apply, download the 2022 Tim Breslin Memorial Scholarship application, fill out the form and submit it by the March 1, 2022, deadline.
Submissions will only be accepted by mail.
Tim Breslin Memorial Scholarship
2301 Ravine Way
Glenview, IL 60025
Faxed or email submissions will not be accepted.
Questions? Please contact the Chicago Wolves Community Relations Department at (847) 832-1948.
2018-19 Tim Breslin Memorial Scholarship Recipient
The Chicago Wolves recognized Prospect High School senior Anelisa Marie Spagnola, who was the 2018-19 recipient of the Tim Breslin Memorial Scholarship earmarked for a college-bound student who has overcome a hardship. With help from her mother and two older sisters, Anelisa has handled the loss of her father, Chicago police officer Michael Spagnola, who passed away suddenly on Feb. 10, 2013. To honor her father, who dreamed of becoming a dentist, Anelisa plans to pursue a degree in dentistry at University of Illinois-Chicago.