College Bound

Eja Fromm

Co-Editor in Chief 

Congratulations to all the athletes who have committed to continue playing their sport in college! 

Credit: Soccer Wire

     This year, Mission has had a total of thirteen athletes commit. On Wednesday, February 2nd, Mission held the annual NLI National Signing Day ceremony to recognize the following athletes and their accomplishments. 

     Girls volleyball had an impressive number of four girls who have officially signed. Seniors Anna Bolich, Samantha Lister, Kaylie Stewert, and Danica Wulf have proudly all made their official decisions. 

     Anna Bolich will be attending Yavapai College to continue her academic and athletic career. Yavapai is a NJCAA Division 1 team located in Arizona! 

     Samantha Lister plans on continuing her volleyball career at Westcliff University. Westcliffs volleyball program competes in the Pac 6 conference. 

     Kaylie Stewert will be attending the University of California, San Marcos. Stewart will be competing as a cougar in NCAA division 2.

     The last volleyball commit is Dancia Wulf. Wulf is Division 1 bound as she has committed to Portland State! 

     The following athlete to be recognized is Sarah Roberts! She has signed with Eastern Washington University for Division 1 soccer!

     The Diablos have two softball commits! Seniors Shayna Glass and Samatha Woods have committed to continue on their athletic career!

     Shayna Glass will be attending The University of Tennessee, at Chattanooga! Glass is thrilled to be playing Division 1 softball as a Moc!

     Samantha Woods has officially signed to play for The University of Maryland. Another D1 bound athlete for the Diablos!

     For girls lacrosse, Jenae Sperling will be attending The University of Oregon! Sperling’s hard work has paid off as this Diablo is additionally Division 1 bound!

     The Diablos had three football commits so far this year. Seniors Daniel Dominguez, Ryan Ewing, and Ruben Lopez are officially committed to continue on their football careers. 

     Daniel Dominguez will be attending Rocky Mountain College. Dominguez will continue playing as a Battlin’ Bear for the NAIA D1 program!

     Kicker, Ryan Ewing, will be attending Black Hills State University. Ewing will be competing for their NCAA Division 2 football program! 

     Ruben Lopez is officially committed to the University of San Diego! Lopez will be competing in the NCAA Division 1 program!

     Max Muller represents MVHS boys lacrosse as he will be attending Westminster College. Muller will be competing in NCAA Division 2!

     Our last athlete represents boys soccer. Nick Daniels will officially play for Biolas NCAA Division 2 soccer program! 

      A huge congratulations to all of these Diablo athletes! Their hard work and dedication has paid off as they enter the next chapter of their athletic and academic careers! 


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