Seniors commit during fall season

As kids, most of us had the dream of being a professional athlete, but few actually succeed. These student athletes have taken the next step in their athletic career: committing to play their sport in college.

Many of them have been in the process of committing for a while, or for Miranda Mocklow, about a year ago.

“I started e-mailing a ton of coaches after state; I got my first offer over Christmas Break and the one from Dayton in March,” said Miranda Mocklow, University of Dayton Golf commit.

Deciding which school is right for you, not only to continue your sports career, but for academics too, can be stressful. Finding the school that balances the two is important to many of these fall commits.

“I decided to go to Penn because it offered the combination of a competitive D1 golf team and great academics. I also loved the coach and the girls on the team,” said Selina Zeng, University of Pennsylvania Golf commit.

See below for a full list of commits for the fall season. 


Jessica Lee- University of Minnesota Twin Cities

Selina Zeng- University of Pennsylvania

Miranda Mocklow- University of Dayton

Jack Hoiberg- University of South Dakota

Brendan O’Reilly- University of Illinois


Bella Lorenzini- University of Michigan


Travis Pelton- Loras College


Franco Reyes- Georgia Tech University

Cross Country/Track

Blake Evertsen- Harvard University


Anna Santulli- Stanford University