Updated: Wednesday, 01 Feb 2012, 6:57 PM EST
Published : Wednesday, 01 Feb 2012, 6:41 PM EST
FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) - It's one thing for an athlete to verbally commit to play a sport at the collegiate level.
It's another thing to actually sign with that same school.
That was the case in Northeast Indiana and all across the country on this National Signing Day.
Here in Northeast Indiana, prep athletes put the pen to the paper and made their college choices official.
At Bishop Luers, quarterback James Knapke signed with Bowling Green. Knapke is the school's all-time leading passer and is the all-time leading passer in SAC history. Fellow Knight Elizabeth Devlin will play golf at Lake Erie College.
At Homestead, quarterback Zach Terrell will take his talents to the MAC as well signing with Western Michigan. Terrell set a career passing record for northeast Indiana passing for over 8,000 yards.
At Snider, three athlets made their decisions official. Jose Flores will play football at Indiana State. Allison LaBorde inked to play soccer at IPFW and Taylor Stevens will play soccer at Murray State.
At Leo, Madi Oyer signed to play soccer at Memphis. Oyer ranks second all-time in the state of Indiana for career assists. She helped lead the Lions to a 65-7-6 record while playing at Leo.
At Garrett, Todd Frickey signed to play football at Hillsdale College.
Bellmont's Nick Myers signed to play football at Notre Dame College while fellow teammates Cody Walters and Lance Schifferly will continue their football careers at Manchester.
Bishop Dwenger's Adrienne Korson signed to play soccer at Benedictine College and Andrew Eckrich will run track and cross country at Dayton.
Carroll athletes Jeffrey Pikel, Rachel Weaver, Brooke Bishir and Colson Wagoner also signed today. Pikel will play football at Butler. Weaver signed to play volleyball at the University of Saint Francis. Bishir and Wagoner each signed to play soccer at IPFW.
DeKalb's Tyler Secrist inked to play soccer at IPFW.
Woodlan's Zac Haydock signed to play football at Saint Francis while teammate Brad Nelson will play collegiately at Kentucky Christian.
At New Haven, Andrew Hoffer inked his name to play football at Hillsdale College.
At Fremont, Liz Carlson inked her college choice to play golf at Bellarmine. Fellow Eagle Kelsey Glendening signed to play softball at Saint Francis.
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