National Signing Day

February 4, 2015 was the National Signig Day. This particular day is a day where athletes all across the country sign to a college for a sport they have been given scholarships too. At Corona High School three students signed to different colleges. The following students that signed on the National Signing Day are….

Tristan Beck

Tristan Beck

Baseball team captain who signed with Stanford and chose this school since his mom and older sister attended there, which means he looks up to women in his life. He made his final decision in November of 2013 after the football game against Centennial. This is a very athletic, bright student who has played multiple sports and while excelling at baseball as a pitcher. He made his final decision because it will fund his education. Beck was considering multiple schools such as UCLA, Cal State Fullerton and Nebraska. This young handsome student athlete will be majoring in engineering. He began playing this sport at age 5, which he calls “The good ol’ T-ball days” and put in 20 hours a week to become great. He has taken AP classes and he states, “AP classes helped me become college prepared.” Tristan Beck is a great athlete and a very successful student. You will soon be hearing about him on TV and reading about him in the newspapers. Tristan Beck, who can pitch over 90 mph, will become a Corona representative and a successful young man.

Megan Bowley

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Megan Bowley has chosen to bring her softball talents to Chico State. Bowley says that the area the school is located in and what they offered her influenced her final decision. She made this decision in October of 2014. Bowley was offered a full ride scholarship, which was also a big reason why she decided to go to Chico State. When Bowley attends Chico in the fall, she will be majoring in psychology. Bowley was considering other schools, including Charleston Southern and Monterey Bay. Softball has been in her life since 3rd grade, which is when Bowley started playing softball. Training for softball has been a lot of work; Bowley says she trained 20 hours a week. She has taken AP classes during her high school career and she says that they did in fact help. Megan Bowley is a great athlete and successfully excels in the class room, who has a bright future ahead of her, and will also be a Corona High School representative.

Desarae Felix

Desirae Felix

Desarae Felix will be attending Cal Baptist University on a full ride soccer scholarship. Felix says she chose CBU because when she visited the campus it was everything she wanted, she felt very comfortable there and she loved the area. Felix decided on Cal Baptist in December of 2013, her junior year of high school. She will be studying History while at CBU. Not only did she get an offer from Cal Baptist, she was also considering UCR. She first started playing soccer when she was in the 5th grade. Felix says she works and trains about 10 hours a week. When asked about AP classes, she says that she did in fact take them during high school and they did help her in the long run. Desarae Felix is a god given talent athlete who is very bright, and is known as one of, if not the, fastest girl at Corona High School, and you will soon hear about her on a national team. 

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