College Commits

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An overall shot of the New Meadowlands Stadium. The men’s national team of Brazil (BRA) defeated the United States (USA) 2-0 during an international friendly at the New Meadowlands Stadium in East Rutherford, NJ, on August 10, 2010.

Portage Northern is home to many talented athletes, many of whom have the opportunity to go on and continue their athletic careers at the college of their choice. All of the members of this list are seniors currently, but there are also many other seniors and underclassmen who will be committing in the future.

Baseball

Tommy Henry(12)

University of Michigan

“I chose Michigan because I felt it was the right fit for me academically and athletically. The combination of the high level of athletics and academics was something I didn’t want to pass up. Go Blue, baby!”

Women’s soccer

Tia Lamie(12)

Lawrence Tech

“ They had the major I wanted to study and it’s my favorite sport! Yay!”

Football

Alex Wojewoda(12)

Concordia Ann Arbor

“I really enjoyed the small college in a big college town; it really allows for a variety of experiences.”

Softball

Gabby Grooten(12)

University of Michigan at Dearborn

“I love the coaching staff and the team in general.”

Cheer

Mackinley Prentice(12)

Alma College

“Well, the school itself has really awesome opportunities for internships and study abroad, and their acceptance rate into grad school is really high, and I really like that it’s small.”