Student Athletes from Gorman High School Announce College Plans | Education & Schools
Several high school athletes from Bishop Gorman High School have their futures planned out for the next four years.
The school's student body gathered in the gym Wednesday to recognize 12 Gaels who signed national letters of intent, including one athlete who signed an equestrian letter of intent to Kansas State
No football or basketball players announced signing plans, but six other sports were represented. Emma Kirst is going to the University of Utah to play volleyball.
"Verbally committed in September of last year, but they've been looking at me for two and a half years. I just narrowed it down to Pac 12 schools and I just picked Utah," Kirst said.
Baseball player Cole Krzmarzick is one of two players who decided to play for the Wolf Pack at University of Nevada Reno.
"A lot of relief off our shoulders and just focus on the season. I'm really excited to go play college ball," Krzmarzick said.
"Well, my brother says anyone can ride a horse, but everybody else is really excited because you don't hear of people going to school for equestrian," Taylor Serrano who is going to Kansas State said.
None of the athletes signed with UNLV.