HIGHLAND HEIGHTS, Ky. -
The following individuals have signed national letters of intent
to attend Northern Kentucky University and participate in the intercollegiate
Baker, a middle hitter from St. Henry High School. Baker helped
the Crusaders win the regional championship in volleyball as a senior.
St. Henry also advanced to the state championship match and finished
runner-up to Louisville Assumption.
Dooley, a defender/outside hitter from St. Henry High School. Dooley
was the team leader in service aces as a junior and was named to
the state all-tournament team. She also played a key role in St.
Henry’s regional championship this past fall.
from Waynesville (Ohio) High School. Lindauer led the team to an
unbeaten season (13-0) and was medalist for all matches her senior
from Upper Arlington High School. Hess led the Golden Bears to the
Ohio Capital Conference championship and a 24-0 record in 2005.
from Shelby County High School. Isenberg was team most valuable
player, and he owned a nine-hole average of 36.7 for the Rockets.
a pitcher from Louisville Eastern High School. Jordan made a school-record
21 appearances and had a 1.43 earned run average as a junior. He
also picked up a school-record three saves last spring.
from St. Henry High School. Siemer helped St. Henry win three state
titles in cross country.
from Badin High School. Lakes qualified for the state meet as an
individual as a junior.
a pitcher from Loveland High School. Simmons is a three-time All-Fort
Ancient Valley Conference selection and holds school record for
wins (42), strikeouts (622) and innings pitched (433). She also
owns the career record for runs batted in with 74.