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Playing soccer, football, and lacrosse
February 2, 2017

Four more Culver Academies student-athletes have officially committed to play at the next level. That brings the number of commitments by the Class of 2017 to 19 after the first two signing periods.

Two of the commits will play soccer, one will play football, and another will play both soccer and lacrosse.

Jordan Blackburne, of Plymouth, Ind., will play two sports at NCAA Division III Earlham College in Richmond, Ind. She will play soccer and lacrosse. She was a striker/forward for the Eagles on the pitch and is the goalie for the Culver Girls Academy lacrosse team.

Hannah Fisher, of Mishawaka, Ind., will travel just a few minutes from home to play soccer at Saint Mary’s College, a DIII all-girls school just across the street from the University of Notre Dame. Hannah has been the goalie for CGA.

Jackson Badalich, of Plymouth, Ind., will be attending SUNY Potsdam. The State University of New York – Potsdam is a DIII school. A defenseman, he will be playing soccer this fall for the Bears.

Jake Young, also from Plymouth, will be headed to Indianapolis to play football for Marian University. Young played linebacker and running back for the Eagles. Marian is a traditional power in the NAIA division, going 11-1 last season.

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