Ali, Hunter, Starks headline big signing day in Northeast Indiana

FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WPTA21) – Many of the Fort Wayne area’s top student athletes made their college choices official on Wednesday.


Here’s a list of some of the big names signing who signed with college programs.

BELLMONT
Kristen Harvey – Evansville soccer
Grace Hunter – Northern Illinois basketball

CONCORDIA
Carissa Garcia – Northern Kentucky basketball

EAST NOBLE
Ali Ali – Akron basketball

HOMESTEAD
Sophia Buck – Purdue Fort Wayne track
Kara Gealey – Tiffin basketball
Morgan Halliwill – Alabama Birmingham soccer
Julia Huey – Lawrence Tech basketball
Brianna Lucas – Malone basketball
Sylare Starks – Detroit Mercy basketball
Haley Swing – Grand Valley State basketball

LEO
Alex Bond – IUPUI soccer
Eli Herran – Ball State tennis
Addie Sieber – Southern Illinois Edwardsville volleyball
Reid Sproat – Oakland soccer
Isaac Steiner – IWU tennis

IVY TECH
Drew Buffenbarger – Davenport baseball
Zach Haefer – Davenport baseball

NORTHROP
Jack Hayden – Indiana Tech baseball
Hannah Warstler – Franklin soccer

SNIDER
Jesse Hamlin – Butler track/cross country
Chloe Smithley – Indiana Tech tennis
Meredith Woolsey – Southern Illinois volleyball

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