High School: St. Anthony’s – 2010
College: Briar Cliff University, Sioux City, Iowa
Misty Marrin, a catcher on the St. Anthony’s softball team was selected as the first student athlete to be enrolled in the AQUAS program. The basis for her selection was on her academic performance, athletic skills, leadership traits and contributions to her community.
Marrin’s high school coach, Ted Dromogule, had called AQUAS scouts attention to his senior catcher and based on his recommendation her play was observed. After being more than satisfied with Misty’s performance on the field, other aspects of this young lady’s life were evaluated and members of the Board of Advisors felt she was the ideal candidate for AQUAS sponsorship.
The next step in the process will allow colleges to evaluate Misty’s credentials both academically and athletically. The College Promoters of Texas (CPOTX) have been hired to use their top ranked communication technology skills to let every college softball coach in the country know about the drive and dedication of this student athlete. Marrin’s profile is currently displayed on the web site cpotx.com along with her hi-light video.
Misty Marrin should be commended for a job well done as we help her and her family identify the academic and athletic match for her future.
Colton, standing at 6’4″ and weighing 247 lbs., was a dominant lineman for the Lytle Pirates. He received All-District honors on both offense and defense. AQUAS CEO Hugh Mulligan noted that “Colton was selected because of his all-around performance both in the classroom and on the field.” This is very apparent in the fact that he was very involved in school, and church, gave back to his community, and was involved with Scouting. Mulligan believed that Colton was a “very special young man.”
The AQUAS Board feels very fortunate to have an enrollee that has the credentials of Colton Bragg and his characteristics that fit so well with the AQUAS ideals.