Duluth East holds signing event for record setting 17 student athletes
At Duluth East high school on Monday 17 Greyhound athletic seniors signed their national letters of intent to NCAA colleges, the largest ever class for Duluth East.
Including the likes of Bailey Coole and Jenna Horvat who are heading to the College of Saint Scholastica for women’s hockey.
“It’s a really rewarding feeling because we’ve worked so hard since we were just little kids and we’ve grown up playing the game together,” said Coole.
“We’ve been playing since youth together and through high school and now going to the same college together and going to be teammates once again,” continued Horvat.
Grant Wodny, who has set multiple school and pool records this season announced that he is going to Division I Minnesota for swimming.
“I’m super excited to start swimming with Minnesota. It’s going to be a huge step up in the training and competition, and I’m really looking forward to the new challenges. It came down to the swimming and the really good computer science program that they have,” claimed Wodny.
Here is the full list of signees from Mondays event,
Swimming – Julia Zimpel, Northern Michigan University, D2
Swimming – Shea Bradley, St. Catherine’s University, D3
Swimming- Danielle Mazzio, University of Minnesota Morris, D3
Basketball – Jobe Juenemann, Bemidji State University, D2
Basketball – Rocco Paulson, University of Wisconsin-Superior D3
Basketball – Dillon Bement, Bethany Lutheran College, D3
Basketball – Patrick Smith, Carleton College, D3
Ice Hockey – Bailey Coole, College Of St. Scholastica, D3
Volleyball – Riley Panger, College Of St. Scholastica, D3
Nordic Skiing – Oliver Miatke, St.Michael’s College, D2
Football – Jackson Carlson – St. John’s University, D3
Track and Field– Emma Dauner- St. Olaf, D3
Mountain Biking – Thomas Allison – Colorado Mesa University, D1
Swimming – Grant Wodny – U of M Gophers, D1
Ice Hockey – Jenna Horvat – College Of St. Scholastica, D3
Track and Field – Wyatt Johnson – UW River Falls, D3
Track and Field – Leif Ziring – UW-Stout, D3