College Signings in 2012

Class of 2012 College Signings



 Hannah Barnhart '12 Signs with KCKCC

 

Hannah Barnhart '12 has signed to play softball at KCKCC. She is pictured here with her brother Bryan '15, and parents Mary and Bryan.


Hannah Barnhart '12 signed a national letter of intent to play softball at Kansas City Kansas Community College on March 22.

"Over the years I have watched Hannah grow into an astonishing young adult," Head Softball Coach Maria Carr said. "Her determination, courageousness, leadership and dedication will take her far in the next chapter of her life. I am very proud that she is continuing her education and her love of softball at KCKCC."


 Mike Golubski '12 Signs as Walk-On With KU


 

Mike Golubski '12 (center) signed as walk-on for KU's Football Team on March 6. Friends and teammates Adam Kraly '12, CJ Vallejo '12, (back) Edwin Lopez '12, Jorge Barajas '12, Austin Kochsmeier '12, Evan Ross '12, Evan Brull '14 and Connor Burns '14 showed support for their classmate by attending the signing.


Mike Golubski '12 signed as a walk-on for KU's Football Team on March 6.

"Mike has been a pleasure to coach these last four years," said former coach Travis Grosdidier. "It is not every day you get a chance to coach a young man with his talent and skills. His unique combination of size and speed is exactly what college coaches are looking for, and with hard work, I'm sure Mike will have a successful career."


Martin Cervantes '12 Signs with Neosho County Community College 

 

Martin Cervantes Jr. (center) signed a national letter of intent to play soccer at Neosho County Community College. He is pictured here with supportive classmates Elizabeth Connor '13, Elizabeth Huey '13, Manuel Talavera '13, Louis Rebeck '12, and Andrew Schneider '13.


Bishop Ward senior Martin Cervantes Jr. signed a national letter of intent on Tuesday, February 21 to play soccer at Neosho County Community College.
 
"As a personable and talented young man, Martin will do his best to achieve his goals in the classroom and on the soccer field," Head Soccer Coach Art Conejo said. "I am proud to know him and to have had the opportunity to coach him and assist him in honing his soccer skills."

For more information about Martin's stellar soccer career at Bishop Ward, click
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 Austin Kochsmeier '12 Signs with Kansas City Kansas Community College

 
Senior Austin Kochsmeier (center) signed a national letter of intent to play baseball at Kansas City Kansas Community College in the fall. He is pictured her with his parents, David and Julie Kochsmeier, as well as past and present coaches (l-r) Travis Grosdidier, Dennis Hurla and Ryan McDaniel.

Bishop Ward senior Austin Kochsmeier signed a national letter of intent on February 14 to play baseball at Kansas City Kansas Community College in the fall fo 2012. 

For the last two years Kochsmeier has served as a starting catcher, which included a role on the 2010 State Championship squad. Averaging .300, 15 rbi's, 15 stolen bases and five home runs, Kochsmeier will be asked to lead the Cyclones his senior year in many different areas, on and off the field.

"Austin will continue to improve his skill level this year and will have the opporunity to really develop at the KCKCC program," said Head Baseball Coach Dennis Hurla. "Austin is a good kid from a good family. We are really proud of him."


 Dominique Montez '12 Signs with Benedictine College

 
Senior Dominique Montez (center) signed to play softball at Benedictine College this fall. She is pictured here with classmates (front) Kelly Mohn '13, Victoria Stephen '12, (back) Emily Felich '12 and Abby Carson '12.

Bishop Ward’s Dominique Montez signed a national letter of intent on January 26 to play softball at Benedictine College in Atchison in the fall of 2012.   

“Coaching Dominique over the last year has been a rewarding experience,” said Head Softball Coach Maria Carr. “I have watched her grow into a successful student athlete as well as an inspiring team leader. I am very proud of her accomplishments and her efforts to continue her softball career at Benedictine.”