Shipman to compete for University of Findlay


After the Mount Gilead Invitational track meet, MG’s Jenna Shipman signed to run track and cross country at the University of Findlay. She has been a four-year letter-winner in each sport at Mount Gilead and one of her greatest accomplishments has been long jumping 17’2” to claim seventh place at the state track meet last year. While at Findlay, she plans on studying for an occupational therapy degree. Pictured are, top row (l-r): grandparents Dennis and Sharon Shipman, track coach Lauren Rausch, principal Debra Clauss and athletic director David Moore. Front row: mother Trisha Shipman, Jenna Shipman, sister Jadyn Shipman and father Keith Shipman. Shipman would like to thank God and all of her coaches, family and team for her success.


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After the Mount Gilead Invitational track meet, MG’s Jenna Shipman signed to run track and cross country at the University of Findlay. She has been a four-year letter-winner in each sport at Mount Gilead and one of her greatest accomplishments has been long jumping 17’2” to claim seventh place at the state track meet last year. While at Findlay, she plans on studying for an occupational therapy degree. Pictured are, top row (l-r): grandparents Dennis and Sharon Shipman, track coach Lauren Rausch, principal Debra Clauss and athletic director David Moore. Front row: mother Trisha Shipman, Jenna Shipman, sister Jadyn Shipman and father Keith Shipman. Shipman would like to thank God and all of her coaches, family and team for her success.

After the Mount Gilead Invitational track meet, MG’s Jenna Shipman signed to run track and cross country at the University of Findlay. She has been a four-year letter-winner in each sport at Mount Gilead and one of her greatest accomplishments has been long jumping 17’2” to claim seventh place at the state track meet last year. While at Findlay, she plans on studying for an occupational therapy degree. Pictured are, top row (l-r): grandparents Dennis and Sharon Shipman, track coach Lauren Rausch, principal Debra Clauss and athletic director David Moore. Front row: mother Trisha Shipman, Jenna Shipman, sister Jadyn Shipman and father Keith Shipman. Shipman would like to thank God and all of her coaches, family and team for her success.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/29/2016/05/web1_DSCN5906.jpgAfter the Mount Gilead Invitational track meet, MG’s Jenna Shipman signed to run track and cross country at the University of Findlay. She has been a four-year letter-winner in each sport at Mount Gilead and one of her greatest accomplishments has been long jumping 17’2” to claim seventh place at the state track meet last year. While at Findlay, she plans on studying for an occupational therapy degree. Pictured are, top row (l-r): grandparents Dennis and Sharon Shipman, track coach Lauren Rausch, principal Debra Clauss and athletic director David Moore. Front row: mother Trisha Shipman, Jenna Shipman, sister Jadyn Shipman and father Keith Shipman. Shipman would like to thank God and all of her coaches, family and team for her success. Courtesy Photo