Lindbergh Soccer Seniors Sign to Play at College Level

Senior Soccer players will continue their sports career in college.

Three Lindbergh High School senior soccer players recently signed letters of intent Wednesday to play at the college level, including:

Lucy Vogt, - Western Illinois University, Macomb, IL.

Vogt will continue her soccer career at Western Illinois University in Macomb,  where she plans to major in athletic training. Lucy, daughter of Matt and Maggie Vogt, also participates in student council, National Honor Society, yearbook, Try-POD and the swim team. She will play soccer under the direction of Coach Ted Flogaites at WIU.

Angela Black - Morehead State University, Morehead, KY.

Black, daughter of Linda and Don Black, will head to Morehead State University  where she will major in sports management and play for the Eagles under the direction of Coach Warren Lipka. Her most memorable soccer moment was winning districts in her sophomore year.

Brian O'Neal - Rockhurst University, Kansas City, MO.

O'Neal, son of Debbie and Dean O'Neal, plans to continue his 14-year soccer career at Rockhurst University, where he will play under the direction of coach Tony Tocco. Brian's favorite high school sports moment was scoring a game-winning goal against Vianney. He is also active in Try-POD, DECA, and FBLA. O'Neal plans to major in business.

 Cutline 1: Lindbergh High School soccer Coach Andrew Mertens congratulates senior Lucy Vogt, who signed on for college play at Western Illinois University in Macomb, Illinois.

Cutline 2: Lindbergh High School soccer Coach Andrew Mertens is shown with senior Angela Black, who signed on for college play at Morehead State University in Morehead, Kentucky.

Cutline 3: Lindbergh High School soccer Coaches Sam Hackett and Andrew Mertens congratulate senior Brian O'Neal, who signed on for college play at Rockhurst University in Kansas City, MO.


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