PASS Alumni Doing Great in College!

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We’re proud of the hard work and effort by our alumni players in their freshman year of college! Here’s an update on some of our 2017 grads.

Christian Galloway is attending Cornerstone and started all seven games prior to injury. He had one goal, and two assists and is looking forward to a strong season after recovery next year. Christian is studying high school education. Luke Blickley attends Cornerstone and played in sixteen games, started fifteen and had one assist, all WHAC newcomer team. Luke is studying business. Clayton VanderKolk is attending Taylor University and played in all eighteen games, started in eight, recorded one assist. He is studying engineering. Jared Farnsworth attends Concordia Chicago and played in all fifteen games, started fourteen, and had three assists. Jared will be transferring to Grace Christian for 2019 and is studying education. Billy Cloon is at the University of Northwestern Ohio and played on the reserve team. He played in every game, and is working hard to make the varsity team. Billy is tudying robotics and automation. Drew Hackala is at Davenport University playing on the reserve team. He played in all but one game, started one, recorded two assists and is working hard with hopes of making the varsity team. He is studying network management and security. Ryan Nofke played on the reserve team at Aquinas College. He is studying business and communications. 

Rachael Erste attends Northern Michigan University, played in seventeen games, started sixteen, had one goal and one assist. Rachel is studying Nursing. Grace Filipiak attends Northern Michigan University, played in eleven games, started one, had one goal, and one assist. Grace is in Pre-Med. Angelina McSauby is attending Olivet College, played in fourteen games, started seven. Angelina is studying Physical Therapy. Olivia DeBoer attends Siena Heights University, played on the reserve team and is studying Elementary Education. Alicia Hall attends Spring Arbor University, played in twenty-two games, started twelve, five goals, two assists, reached quarterfinals of NAIA National Championship. Alicia is studying Early Childhood Education.

Great work everyone!