CONGRATULATIONS! Seven more West Seattle High School athletes sign for college

(WSB photos)

Though basketball is in the high-school-sports spotlight right now, seven West Seattle High School athletes are celebrating scholarships for other sports, and we were there for their ceremonial signings on Wednesday afternoon, as were proud family members.

The student-athletes are:

Alex Pastrana – Linfield University, football; majoring in exercise science
Ben Dagg – Carroll College, soccer; majoring in physics
Reed Lower – Santa Clara University, rower; majoring in business
Cass Elliott – University of Washington, track and field; majoring in business
Lucy Mead – Bradley University, softball; majoring in business
Hailey Hirano – University of New York, soccer; majoring in business
Joseph Kirk-Woodbury – Olympic Junior College (Bremerton), track and field; majoring in nursing

7 Replies to "CONGRATULATIONS! Seven more West Seattle High School athletes sign for college"

  • John Chattin-mcnichols February 8, 2018 (4:22 pm)

    Um–it’s New York University (NYU).

    • WSB February 8, 2018 (4:59 pm)

      This is exactly how the information was presented on a sheet from the school which our photographer took a picture of so I could write this. I was hoping to doublecheck and link all the universities/colleges but had to run off to a meeting.

      • West Sea Neighbor February 9, 2018 (7:03 am)

        Yeah, it’s NYU, and in the picture she’s literally wearing a hoodie that says “New York University” on the front. No biggie.

        Congrats to all! It sounds like you all have bright futures ahead of you!

        • WSB February 9, 2018 (7:44 am)

          Somebody else sent a note today saying two other schools’ names may have discrepancies.
          This is the list provided by WSHS at the event on Wednesday afternoon:
          http://westseattleblog.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2018/08/IMG_6767-e1518190152601.jpg
          Having gone through the college research/application process as a parent, I know there are multiple schools with similar names. (Boston College, Boston University, Boston Conservatory, for example.) Any of the parents/students involved who have a correction, we’re at editor@westseattleblog.com. Thank you!

  • bolo February 8, 2018 (5:24 pm)

    Yesss!!! Go Athletic Scholars!!! Remember there is a great community behind you.

    I know there is a State University of New York.

  • Carol February 8, 2018 (6:02 pm)

    Given the she is wearing an NYU hoodie, it would be new York University in new York city. And there are many universities of new York. It’s a whole system of schools just like California’s system. They are called SUNy. Ex new Yorker speaking here

  • Soccer Dad February 9, 2018 (6:44 pm)

    Thanks to everyone providing the correct information regarding New York University-it would seem WSHS submitted the not quite accurate info, but as WS Neighbor mentioned–No biggie.

    To confirm, Hailey will be attending NYU, located in Greenwich Village in Manhattan.   (New York City–NOT Kansas)

    And Thank You to WS Blog for providing coverage of this and countless other WSHS events!

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