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Signing in the Spotlight

There were 14 Liberty athletes who officially signed with their respective colleges Wednesday.

There were 14 Liberty athletes who officially signed with their respective colleges Wednesday.

LHS Publications

There were 14 Liberty athletes who officially signed with their respective colleges Wednesday.

LHS Publications

LHS Publications

There were 14 Liberty athletes who officially signed with their respective colleges Wednesday.

Nick Howard, Reporter

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For 14 athletes, their goals were made official on Wednesday, Nov. 14 for College Athlete Signing Day.

Colleges gained new athletes for next year’s fall semester and pictures were taken with families. Athletic director Mr. Eldredge encouraged everyone to come out and support the athletes in their signing.

For the athletes who signed, it was a huge relief mixed with excitement as they get ready for their next chapter. Senior Caitlin Rodriguez is happy that she finally has found a good college in Maryville to be going to for softball.

“It’s nice that I don’t have to worry about having any stress about needing to find a college anymore,” Rodriguez said.

For senior Chase Krogman, he finally made it official that he is committed to the university that he has been verbally committed to since his sophomore year. He will be attending Missouri State for baseball and hopes to be drafted out of the school.

“It feels like forever ago since I first committed so it’s great that I’m finally making it official,” Krogman said.

As athletes head off to college, new goals are set for their time playing sports wherever they commit to. Senior Zoee Harrington hopes both athletically and academically that she goes far for her years at Quincy University.

“I plan to go to college to study special education and try to make it professionally in golf,” Harrington said.

The following athletes who signed:

Beth Roberts – Missouri S&T, soccer

Chase Hoeber – Parkland College, baseball

Abby Behlmann – McKendree University, softball

Emily Albers – Central Methodist University, softball

Zoee Harrington – Quincy University, golf

Brady Voss – Missouri University of Science and Technology, baseball

Hyatt Hines – University of Texas at Tyler, golf

Danielle Gregory – Auburn University, track

Mia Eshoo – MacMurray College, softball

Caitlin Rodriguez – Maryville University, softball

Luke Paulus – Quincy University, baseball

Chase Krogman – Missouri State University, baseball

Christian Zeik – Lake Erie College, wrestling

Jack Kavanaugh – Missouri Baptist, soccer

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Nick Howard, Reporter

Nick Howard is a senior and is in his second year in the publications staff. He is a videographer and also works in coverage for Liberty sports. He likes...

Megan Foster, Reporter

Megan is a junior and this is her first year in publications. She’s happy to be part of the Talon yearbook staff this year, along with the other clubs...

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