7 more seniors make college athletic choices official at Northrop

May 17, 2021


Northrop High School celebrated seven more senior student-athletes who had committed to participate in college athletics during a ceremony May 14 at David E. Riley Court at Mark Schoeff Gymnasium.


SAC girls soccer player of the year Jenel Jordan will continue her playing career at the University of Saint Francis and the National Intercollegiate Athletic Association. Jenel was a defender the last four years at Northrop, and spent the last two season as captain. She earned 1st Team All-Summit Athletic Conference honors her sophomore through senior season; and was named team MVP accolades this past fall. She plans to study Clinical Laboratory Science.


Rebecca Moravec will play college soccer for North Park University, an NCAA Division III program in Chicago. Rebecca played midfield for the Lady Bruins, scoring five goals and two assists as a senior. She earned 1st Team All-SAC honors and was given the team Mental Attitude Award. Additionally, Rebecca is an All-Conference gymnast and plays tennis for Northrop.  She plans to study exercise science with goals of one day becoming a sports physical therapist.


Jonah Lemmon will run cross country and track at Huntington University (NAIA). He placed 6th (All-SAC) at the conference meet in October. On the track this spring, he’s ran on the SAC champion 4x400-meter relay team, was part of the conference runner-up 4x800-meter relay team and placed 5th in the individual 800-meter run. The Bruins won their sixth-consecutive SAC title as a team. Jonah plans to study psychology.

greg allen

Greg Allen is joining the baseball program at Ivy Tech Community College-Northeast, which plays in the National Junior College Athletic Association. Greg has spent time as a second-baseman, third-baseman and pitcher at Northrop. This season, he is batting .345, including .423 batting in conference games . He has tallied 19 hits, 6 RBI and 16 runs scored. Greg plans to study aviation maintenance.



Tarron White will also be playing baseball at Ivy Tech Community College-Northeast. Tarron is a middle infielder for the Bruins, batting .267 this season with 9 RBI and 12 runs scored. Tarron was part of Northrop’s SAC championship team as a sophomore and won a World Baseball Academy Leadership Award as a junior. He plans on studying Engineering & Technology.


Maggie Theriot is heading to West Lafayette to cheer at Purdue University. Maggie has done competitive cheer the last 11 years. She is a world champion and national champion as a base. Academically, Maggie has earned high honors with distinction her entire time at Northrop. She would like to be a physicians assistant.


Bethany (Morgan) Schmitt will be cheering at Trine University, an NCAA Division III program in Angola.  Morgan cheered three years for the Bruins, earning the squad’s Mental Attitude, Spirit, and Schaefer awards. Morgan plans to study exercise science and then enter a Doctor of Physical Therapy program.

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