Randall Athletes Sign College Letters of Intent

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With her parents, senior Brianna Ford signs her letter of intent to play volleyball for the University of Texas at Arlington.

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Senior Hunter Montes signs her letter of intent to play softball for Sul Ross State University.

Following senior Hunter Montes’ signing last week to play softball at Sul Ross State University, senior Brianna Ford became the second Raider within a week to sign a letter of intent to play college sports.

Ford signed her letter of intent Tuesday to play volleyball for the University of Texas at Arlington.

“I chose the University of Texas at Arlington because it is close to my family,” Ford said. “Since I was young, I have always wanted to live in the Metroplex. Now, I finally get to chance to and I am pumped. I am also excited about how much Coach Wenger has made the program better at UTA.”

I am looking forward to playing with new people and growing my knowledge in volleyball.”

— Brianna Ford, senior

The Texas–Arlington Mavericks are a NCAA Division I college volleyball team that competes in the Sun Belt Conference.

“I am looking forward to playing with new people and growing my knowledge in volleyball,” Ford said. “Being able to play with new people means that I can create new relationships.”

While Ford makes her way to Arlington, Montes will plan her move to the home of Sul Ross State in Alpine, Texas. Sul Ross State is a NCAA Division III school that plays in the American Southwest Conference.

I instantly fell in love with the town and school when I went down there to meet my coaches.”

— Hunter Montes, senior

“I instantly fell in love with the town and school when I went down there to meet my coaches,” Montes said. “I knew I was making the right choice.”

Montes said she is excited for the college experience and becoming part of a collegiate team.

“I am looking forward to (playing) the next level of softball and making new friends and memories,” Montes said. “Being able to play for this team is so amazing and I’m so excited to be part of it.”