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Congratulations to 80108 student athletes

Congratulations to the 80108 student athletes who signed letters of intent to play their sport at the next level:


Olivia Barrett
Colorado Mesa University

Coach Mathew Henbest stated, “Olivia really came through for us last year as a starter.  Her aggressive play in the back and eagerness to get forward in the attack kept most attackers in check and unsettled several teams.  As our other backs got injured, she really picked up the slack and helped us get through a rough patch last season.”


Ava Blanco
Beach Volleyball
Colorado Mesa University

Coach Angela Nylund-Hanson stated, “Ava was our libero the last two years on varsity and one of our team captains.  She led the team defensively and also kept everyone focused and on track during practices and games.  She brought a sense of humor to the team as well which kept things light.  I can’t express how much we are going to miss her.”


Daniel Cabeen
Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota

“Daniel has been one of the hardest workers in our program for the last four years.  He plays with great intensity and passion, and we are expecting a big contribution from him this year.  We are very excited and proud of Daniel’s basketball commitment to Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota,” stated coach Kenton Grams.


Gabi Dyer
University of Kansas

Coach Nicole Vanderpoel exclaimed, “Gabi has been a varsity team member, and 5A State Team member all four years.  Gabi is the Continental League Champion in 200 Free and second in 500 Free, setting team records.  Gabi is an accomplished USA Swimmer & Junior National Team member who will be competing for the second time at Junior Nationals in December.  In addition to her remarkable swimming career, Gabi’s academic success and community service activities are quite impressive.”


Grace Rossner
Princeton University

Coach Mathew Henbest said, “Grace is a fierce competitor on the field and just as diligent in the classroom; you have to be if you are going to get accepted into Princeton.  She has also scored and assisted some of our most meaningful goals the last three years.”


Charlotte Strabel
Colorado College

Coach Mathew Henbest stated, “Charlotte is such a gifted athlete and the ultimate team player.  She is always eager to match up against the other team’s best players.  Charlotte is such a joy to be around, and I’m going to miss the positive energy she brings to the field each day.”


Addie Waller
University of Northern Colorado

“Addie was our setter and a team captain.  She is one of the most positive athletes I have ever coached, and her energy is contagious.  It is an honor to coach an athlete all four years in high school, especially a young lady like Addie, and we are going to miss her so much.  She has impacted me as a coach and this program for years to come,” stated coach Angela Nylund-Hanson.




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