Fordy Leipold ’15

Graduation Year from Prairie: 2015 College: Carthage College; Kenosha, WI Major: Undecided Sport: Mens’ Tennis Highlights: Spring 2016:  In No. 3 doubles, on April 22, Fordy and his partner shoutout their opponents.  Fordy notched up other doubles wins in February and March, … Continue reading

Tucker Maris ’15

Graduation Year from Prairie: 2015 College: Carthage College; Kenosha, WI Major: Sports Psychology Sport: Mens’ Baseball Highlights:  As a freshman, Tucker earned a spot on Varsity! Photo by Jeff Wilson Photography

Annie Zlevor ’15

Graduation Year from Prairie: 2015 College: Colorado College; Colorado Springs Major: Environmental Science Minor:  Spanish Sport: Womens’ Tennis Highlights:  Annie plays 1 doubles and 3 singles. Photo by Jeff Wilson Photography

Ian Foster ’15

Graduation Year from Prairie: 2015 College: Carroll University; Waukesha, Wisconsin Major: Business Administration Sport: Mens’ Tennis Highlights:  Ian was one of six players selected to represent Carroll University at the Division III Midwest ITA Regional Championship at Gustavus Adolphus College in Minnesota in Fall … Continue reading

Allysson Becker ’15

Graduation Year from Prairie: 2015 College: Centre College; Danville, Kentucky Major: Biochemistry and Molecular Biology and International Studies Sport: Cross Country and Track & Field Highlights: The Centre Colonels finished third at the SAA Finals and tied for ninth out of 27 teams at Regionals.

Bobby Gaertig ’15

Graduation Year from Prairie: 2015 College: Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology; Terre Haute, Indiana Major: Mechanical Engineering Sport: Mens’ Soccer Highlights: The Fightin’ Engineers were the 2015 Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference Champions and qualified for their third NCAA Division III tournament in the past four years. Overall record: … Continue reading

Olivia Karegeannes ’15

Graduation Year from Prairie: 2015 College: UW LaCrosse Major: Sports Science Sport: Womens’ Soccer Highlights: The Women’s Soccer Team was the regular season WIAC Co-Champion and qualified for the NCAA Division 3 national tournament team for the fist time in the school’s history.