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Neumann, Perry, Conroy newest updates in college athletics committments

The spring signing window for St. Louis U. High’s senior athletes closed on the week of April 19, and three seniors announced they would be continuing their athletic careers at the collegiate level. Wrestlers Logan Neumann and Cameron Perry announced their commitments, with Neumann going to Drury University and Perry heading to Central Methodist University. Lacrosse player Bobby Conroy committed to play at Bates College.

Conroy, a midfielder for SLUH, is heading to Lewiston, Maine to play for Bates, where he will play midfield. 

“When I decided on Bates, I was looking for the best combination of academics and athletics. On top of great chemistry with the coach, I was intrigued with the campus and the NESCAC division,” said Conroy. “I’m most excited about getting a great education that sets me up well for jobs in the future through the Bates’ alumni.”

Perry, who wrestled at 160 pounds for SLUH, is headed to Fayette, Mo., to wrestle for CMU. His choice came later in the year because he did not think he’d be in the position to wrestle in college.

“I chose CMU because it was the best option for me money and educational wise,” said Perry. “They gave me an opportunity to wrestle on a collegiate level which I wasn’t expecting or even planning to do.”

Neumann, who wrestled at 195, finished his SLUH career as a State qualifier, and is heading to Springfield to wrestle for Drury. 

SLUH finished the signing process for winter sports, but the window for athletic commitment does not officially close until Aug. 1, 2021.

 

 


 

 

 

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