Baraboo's Kelsey Judge To Attend Winona State University

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Athlete: Kelsey Judge

High School: Baraboo

Division: 1

Plans 2017-18: Winona State University

Events: Throws

Head boys track and field coach Tom Leaver talks about his niece, Kelsey Judge, and her accomplishments. Leaver's wife Dawn [left] and Kelsey's mother Pat [right] are also shown. Head girls Coach Annie Hinkhouse had a medical commitment and missed the signing.

Kelsey Judge Highlights

2014 Badger North Conference Meet: Fifth in the SP and 12th in the PV.

2015 Badger North Conference Meet: Third in the SP and discus.

2016 Badger North Conference Meet: Second in the discus and third in the SP.

2014 WIAA State Meet Championships: DNQ.

2015 WIAA State Meet Championships: Qualifier in the discus.

2016 WIAA State Meet Championships: Sixth place in the discus.


Track and field teammates and future Winona State University Warriors Kelsey Judge [L] and Emily Kieck [R]

Kelsey Judge signs her NLI to compete for the Warriors of Winona State University as her mother Pat looks on. Kelsey's father Larry was unable to attend the event.

Teammates: Emily Kieck, Emily Stieve, Josie Schafer, Kelsey Judge, Hannah Braun, Lia Kieck, and Carter Gruber.

Above left L-R: Emily Kieck, Josie Schafer, and Kelsey Judge. Above right: Baraboo assistant coach [throws] Kevin Catterson.

Kieck who holds the 200m dash record at Baraboo will compete in basketball at Winona State University while Judge will compete at Winona State University in the throws. Schaefer will compete at UW-Madison. All three athletes signed their NLI's on Wednesday, November 9.

Above L-R: Kelsey Judge [center] and her mother Pat, throws coach Kevin Catterson, Kelsey, Dawn Leaver, Kelsey's aunt, and Head Boys Coach Tom Leaver, Kelsey's uncle.

Teammates: Emily Kieck, Josie Schafer, and Kelsey Judge, are three sport athletes and will compete on the Baraboo basketball team.

Girls Basketball coach Mike Behl [L] comments on the accomplishments of the three athletes.

Assistant girls track and field coach Amy Beattie [R] reads comments from head girls coach Annie Hinkhouse who missed the signing because of a medical commitment.