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Two Mariemont Seniors Sign National Letters of Intent

Two Mariemont Seniors Sign National Letters of Intent

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Two Mariemont High School seniors celebrated National Signing Day on Nov. 8 by signing their letters of intent to continue their athletic careers at the collegiate level. Courtney Robinson will play lacrosse at San Diego State University while Brooke Woellert will attend Florida Gulf Coast as a member of the swimming team.

Robinson is a lacrosse midfielder that finished her junior season with First Team All-State, First Team All-Southwest Region and First Team All-City honors while also being named Second Team All-district as a sophomore. She also was a member of the soccer and cross country teams at Mariemont and has been a member of the district since the fourth grade. Courtney plans to major in business with a sports marketing concentration at SDSU.

“Courtney is an outstanding athlete and it is fun to watch her play” said Mariemont High School Director of Athletics Tom Nerl. “She is one of our leaders on the lacrosse field and is also a huge part in raising the school spirit for our athletic teams through the spirit club. She has dedicated herself to be the best in lacrosse and is an excellent leader on and off the field.”

Woellert is a year-round swimmer with the Cincinnati Marlins and specializes in backstroke and the IM. Among her many accolades throughout the past two years she is a two-time NISCA All-American, a two-time OHSAA State runner-up, an eight-time state qualifier, a four-time district champion, a three-time sectional champion and a five-time Cincinnati Hills League (CHL) champion. Brooke plans to major in business at FGCU.

“Brooke has shown her excellence in swimming throughout her career at Mariemont” said Nerl. “In a sport where so much individual effort is required for the results of the team, she continues to be a great example for our younger