Seniors commit to colleges for sports

Ten students in the senior class signed to play sports at their signing ceremony.

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Seniors commit to colleges for sports

Seniors sit during their signing ceremony in the gym April 17. Ten seniors this year were a part of the signing ceremony. photo by Annabelle Meloy

Seniors sit during their signing ceremony in the gym April 17. Ten seniors this year were a part of the signing ceremony. photo by Annabelle Meloy

Seniors sit during their signing ceremony in the gym April 17. Ten seniors this year were a part of the signing ceremony. photo by Annabelle Meloy

Seniors sit during their signing ceremony in the gym April 17. Ten seniors this year were a part of the signing ceremony. photo by Annabelle Meloy

by Annabelle Meloy, News Editor

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Seniors signed their letters of intent to play at colleges around the U.S. April 17 during activity. According to Athletic Director Tyler Abney, this senior class has one of the largest groups of students who have committed to play sports in college. Senior Liv Davison has committed to swim for Tulane University starting in the fall of 2019.

“I decided on Tulane because of the balance of academics and athletics, and I think New Orleans is an awesome place to experience college,” Davison said. “I’m really excited to join a team of girls who are committed to the sport and coaches who inspire fast swimming. I hope to learn a lot at Tulane, both in classes and in the pool.”

Students signed to a variety of schools including Rockhurst University, Stephens College, Rice University, Kansas University, Tulane University, Clark University, The University of Michigan, Truman State University, Kansas State University and Quinnipiac University.

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