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Householder to sign w/ Fontbonne University

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NEVADA, MISSOURI - Nevada High School Senior golfer Hannah Householder will be signing her National Letter of Intent to play golf at Fontbonne University located in St. Louis. 

Householder has earned All-District honors ALL 4 years of her high school career. (To earn All-District, a golfer must place in the TOP 15 at the District Golf Tournament.)

These years include:

2011-10th place finish in District tournament

2012-8th place finish in District tournament

2013-8th place finish in District tournament

2014-5th place finish in District tournament

"As her high school golf coach, I am very excited for Hannah. She has worked extremely hard in her last 4 years to improve her golf game. Now she has an opportunity to continue improving her golf skills at the collegiate level. Hannah is a hard worker and is very diligent and determined to improve her golfing abilities. This opportunity at Fontbonne will allow her to receive a quality education and continue to improve her golfing talents." - Coach Brian Leonard

Hannah is a 4-year letter winner at Nevada High School.Hannah also has qualified the last three years for the MSHSAA Class 1 Girl's State Golf Championship Tournaments.

In addition to Householder's golf accolades, she is also outstanding in her academic endeavors. She has accumulated a 3.96 GPA and is ranked 5th in her senior class at this time.



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