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Three HB seniors commit to play Division I collegiate sports
Three HB seniors commit to play Division I collegiate sports

Logan Paul, a member of the Hathaway Brown class of 2014, has committed to play NCAA Division I college softball at Bryant University in Smithfield, Rhode Island.

Logan currently is a pitcher for the Blazer Varsity Softball team, and she is the school's all-time leader in victories as well as second in school history in strikeouts -- she only needs 15 more to become the school's career leader in that category as well. Additionally, she is  a member of the Blazer Varsity Basketball team.

On November 13, she signed a letter of commitment to become a student-athlete at Bryant. She was joined by her family, friends, coaches, and classmates. Athletic Director Paul Maes and Associate Athletic Director Paul Barlow congratulated her for being an excellent role model for her peers, and recognized her for the countless hours she has spent coaching and mentoring student-athletes in the Middle and Upper schools during her high school years.

Also commiting at this time to play Division I athletics next year are Beth Brzozowski '14 and Alison Nordell '14. Beth will continue her basketball career at the University of Pennsylvania. She has been a four-year player and three-year starter for the Blazer basketball team that has won the last five straight Division II State Championships. She is currently second in career assists and third all-time in three-point field goals made for the Blazers.

Alison will attend Yale University next fall where she will row on the Crew team there. While at HB, she has begun and developed a strong school interest in the sport, and she currently rows for the Cleveland Scholastic Rowing Association.

Congratulations to all of these talented student-athletes!