Four Park student-athletes sign National Letters of IntentFour Park High School student-athletes — soccer players Brittany Cincoski, Josh Meier, Karalyn Leetz and football player Nick Coy — signed National Letters of Intent in a brief ceremony at Park High School on Wednesday, Feb. 2 — the first day of the regular signing period.
By: Patrick Johnson, Staff Writer, South Washington County Bulletin
Four Park High School student-athletes — soccer players Brittany Cincoski, Josh Meier, Karalyn Leetz and football player Nick Coy — signed National Letters of Intent in a brief ceremony at Park High School on Wednesday, Feb. 2 — the first day of the regular signing period.
Coy signed to play Div. II football for Minnesota State – Mankato. Coy was a two-way starter for the Wolfpack this year at tight end and defensive line and earned All-Conference Honorable Mention this past fall. Minnesota State, a member of the Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference, finished the 2010 season with a 6-5 record, recording its 45th winning season in program history.
Leetz, who was a three-year starter and thee-time All-Conference goaltender for the Wolfpack, signed to play soccer for the University of Minnesota. She started all but one of the Wolfpack’s games this past year, compiling a save percentage of .889, a goals against average of 1.0 and three shutouts. Leetz had a total of 22 career shutouts and took most of the team’s free kicks, goals kicks and direct kicks this past fall, totaling three career goals and eleven assists. The Park girls soccer team was 6-7-3 this past fall, allowing only 16 goals in 26 games.
Cincoski and Meier each signed to play soccer for Viterbo University in La Crosse, Wis.
Cincoski, a midfielder, was a two-year starter for the Wolfpack who earned All-Conference honorable mention twice and led Park in scoring this season with three goals and four assists.
Meier, a defender, started three years for the Park varsity team and was an All-Conference performer as a senior, anchoring a defense that allowed only 22 goals and went 10-5-5 in 25 games played. Viterbo is a member of the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) and competes in the Midwest Collegiate Conference.