Kinneer and Wright sign letters of intent with SMWC
Saint Mary-of-the-Woods College head basketball coach Deanna Bradley announced a new edition to the Pomeroy basketball team. On Thursday, May 9th, Mikayla Kinneer signed a letter of intent to join the Pomeroys for the 2013-2014 season.
Head Coach Deanna Bradley talked about what Kinneer will bring to the Pomeroys. “Mikayla's quickness will help us defensively as we look to pressure full court,” said Bradley. “She has a great attitude and excellent work ethic and brings to the program good ball handling skills as well as aggressive moves to the basket." (more)
Saint Mary-of-the-Woods College head cross country coach Danelle Readinger announced a new edition to the Pomeroy cross country team. On Friday, May 10, Kelsey Wright signed a letter of intent to join the Pomeroys for the 2013 cross country season.
Kelsey had an outstanding senior season at Clay City High School (Clay City, Ind) earning All-Conference (SWIAC) honors and became a regional qualifier. Coach Readinger is excited about the new addition to the program. "Kelsey has proved that her love for running runs deep in her work ethic in a race and at practice,” said Readinger. (more)
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