On Thursday, May 10, 18 Salem High School athletes signed National Letters of Intent to continue competing at the collegiate level. Coaches, parents, and peers gathered to acknowledge the hard work of these athletes and wish them luck as they continue competing throughout college.
“I’m really excited to play at such a competitive level this fall!” says Katie Coleman, who is planning to play soccer at Central Michigan University. Salem coaches are also excited to see their athletes compete. “Bryce has spent countless hours working on his game and should be proud of all his accomplishments! His dedication to improving his game should be an inspiration to others,” notes Ryan Nimmerguth, Salem Golf Coach.
The following Salem High School athletes signed National Letters of Intent to compete at the collegiate level:
Jacob Seipenko – Michigan State University
Ashley Duke – Western Michigan University
Cross Country / Track & Field
Ryan Exell – University of Michigan Dearborn
Shea Wilson – Ferris State University
Camille Burt – West Virginia University
Alexander Howie – Eastern Michigan University
Ryan Young – Hope College
Andrew Davis – Northwood University
Bryce Henderson – Sienna Heights University
Eric Jenson – Indiana Tech
Kyle Diton – Michigan State University
Joshua Hall – University of Michigan Dearborn
Alex DeRuvo – Ball State University
Katie Coleman – Central Michigan University
Ronnie Kaczmarek – Madonna University
Jason Warras – Albion
Morgan Overaitis – University of Michigan
Samantha Klozik – The King’s College
Thank you to all of the family members, coaches and teammates that came to support these athletes. Good luck to all of these student-athletes in their collegiate careers!
Check out this story covered by Brad Emons of the Observer here!