Kaitlyn “Moe” Rosensteel was 18 years old when we lost her. She was loved by many people, family, friends and those who got to know her throughout the different parts of her life.
Most knew Moe the soccer player. She loved the game since she was a little girl and excelled at it as she grew older. The game provided her purpose and lifelong friendships, and her hard work opened a pathway to college.
Moe loved to hang out with her friends, sister and family to just sit and laugh. She was the family Roast King and was able to roast anyone in the family and make you laugh while doing it.
Most of all, Moe enjoyed life. She lived a life during her 18 years that most hope to live well into their later years.
Congratulations to CeCe Scott, winner of the $2000 2022 Kaitlyn “Moe” Rosensteel Scholarship
CeCe will be graduating from Peters Township High School and moving on to attend Duquesne University to play for their women’s soccer team.
The Foundation awards a female soccer player who will be advancing into college to further her academic excellence while still playing the game she loves.
This Year’s Essay Theme was “Describe what Leadership is on a Team.”
Moe Rosensteel Player of the Year 2021
The Kaitlyn “Moe” Rosensteel Scholarship Foundation, along with its committee panel, is proud to announce the 2021 Moe Rosensteel Player of the Year Award Winner:
Kelsey Salopek, Senior – Steel Valley
Photo Credit: @MikeDarnay/@MVI_sports
Moe Rosensteel Memorial Kickoff Classic
September 3, 2022, from the Castle at Norwin High School.
The Kaitlyn Moe Rosensteel Scholarship Foundation inaugural Moe Rosensteel Memorial Kickoff Classic was held on September 3, 2022, from the Castle at Norwin High School. LOOK FOR UPDATES COMING SOON!