Volleyball - Mon, Mar. 15, 2004
CHICAGO -- Tara Breshock, a senior at Thorton Fractional South High School in Lansing, Ill., has signed a letter of intent to continue her academic and athletic career at Saint Xavier University as a member of both the Cougar women's basketball and volleyball programs.
Breshock, who resides in Lansing, Ill., was coached by Darold Pieper at T.F. South, where she averaged 20.1 points and 5.4 rebounds as a guard/forward on the basketball court her senior season. Breshock was also a two-time SICA Central Most Valuable Player and All-Area team member as a middle blocker/outside hitter for the Lady Rebels volleyball team under coach Nancy Welker. She is the daughter of Steve and Carol Breshock, also of Lansing, and plans to pursue a degree in education at SXU.
"Tara is an exceptional athlete who strives to excel in everything that she does," said SXU head women's basketball coach Bob Hallberg. "With her athletic abilities, her best days as both a basketball and volleyball player at Saint Xavier University are definitely ahead of her."