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Marine Miller:

Basketball Millersville

Name: Marine Miller

High School: Hollidaysburg District

Hometown: Holliesburg

Sports: basketball

Position: guard point

College Choice: Millersville

Other Considered Colleges: IUP, Lock Haven, Duquesne, USciences, Holy Family

Why I chose Millersville: “I wanted to play in a place where I could make an impact on a successful team. My coaching staff at Millersville have the passion and ability to create a winning team, and the full scholarship that was given to me lets me know that my coaches believe in me.”

High School Greatest Achievement: “Make all the state and get the perfect ride.”

Quote from Coach Diana Jobbik: “Marin never backs down from a challenge but rather accepts it as an incentive to improve by working harder. The time and effort she has put into making herself a fantastic player is unparalleled. Marin has been awarded this scholarship and she will be an example to all the Hollidaysburg Tigers who come after it.”

How I got started playing basketball: “I’m learning from my older siblings.”

Favorite college grew up: Pennsylvania

Other interests: track and weightlifting

What it means to me playing in college: “I have a chance to play the sports I love, while receiving a free education. It is also an acknowledgment that the years of hard work and overcoming obstacles have paid off.”

Possible major: Political Science

Parents: Trent and Melissa Miller

Abby Simmerman:

Seton Hill softball

Name: Abby Simmerman

High School: Altona District

Hometown: Altona

Sports: softball

Positions: stadium, first base

College Choice: Seton Hill

Other Considered Colleges: US Military Academy at West Point, Geneva

Why I chose Seton Hill: “I chose Seton Hill because the campus is like home. Everyone I met there was friendly, welcoming and helpful. The softball team also participates in a very competitive conference, and the team has great chemistry. I also love the facilities and the beauty of the campus. Which is not Too far from my hometown.”

High School Greatest Achievement: “My greatest achievement in high school so far was to receive an honor roll in every enrollment period or to be a college writer for two years. (I didn’t write my sophomore because we didn’t have a season.)”

How I got started playing softball: “I started playing tee ball when I was 5. Then I played softball for a few years until I was 8, which is when I started playing junior baseball. I played that until I was 12, and then I came back to Play softball at both middle school/high school and travel level.”

Favorite college grew up: West Point

Other interests: Lifting weights, reading, watching Netflix, listening to music, spending time with family and friends, traveling

What playing in college means to me: “Playing softball in college means everything to me. I’ve been dreaming about this moment since I was a little girl, and I’m so excited to make that dream come true. Softball is my passion, and being able to play it for four more years is a command. Wonderful “.

Possible major: Nursing

Parents: Amy and Matt Smerman

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