Seven Warriors across six sports made commitments to further their careers as student-athletes by signing their National Letters of Intent (NLI).
Congratulations the the six VCHS Seniors who made their college commitments today.
6 Warriors signed National Letters of Intent to continue playing athletics in college.
Click here to read about Rachel Gornason ('14) and her 3rd place finish at the Trine University Kick-Off Classic for Wheaton College.
Today we celebrated and acknowledged ten student-athletes who will continue their athletic and academic careers at the collegiate level.
Coming off a 1st Team all-Big 10 season in 2013, Tyler Walker ('11) and the Golden Gopher Softball team look to continue their success in 2014. Click here for the Gopher Athletics article.
2013 Graduate Bryce McKelvie is off to a great start in his freshman season on the UC Davis tennis team. Click here to read more about Bryce and his success at UC Davis.
2011 Graduate Janell LaRont was named the Softball Pitcher of the Week in the Frontier Conference for Dickinson State University.
Three football players and five girls soccer players signed National Letters of Intent on Wednesday.
James Yoder ('10) is highlighted this week in our weekly alumni watch. James just completed his football career at Menlo College and was named Team MVP and Defensive Player of the Year.
Maddie Dilfer, Theron Kay, and Kirsten Mead signed National Letters of Intent on Wednesday.
Taryn Ng ('11) named First Team All-SCIAC at Occidental College.
Read more about alumna Lexi Romanchuck ('12) and her success at Providence College on the women's hockey team by clicking here.
Kellianne Connolly ('13) returned to the Skyway campus this year to coach the junior high cross country team while competing for San Jose State.
2012 Graduate Byron Marshall had a career night against Washington State last Saturday in the Oregon Ducks victory over the Cougars. Click here for details on Byron's night and season for the Oregon Ducks.
In his first start for the San Jose State football team, Jarrod Lawson('12) had a day he will never forget, including 202 all-purpose yards and 2 touchdowns.
In this weeks edition of the Wednesday Alumni Watch, the Fleming brothers nearly miss a chance to compete against each other. Click here to read more about Shayne ('10) and Casey ('11) Fleming.
In our Wednesday Alumni Watch click to see Matthew Schmidt ('10) catch game winning pass for Sterling College last Saturday.