Four Miller School Student-Athletes Sign to Play Division I Sports
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (WVIR) - It was signing day at The Miller School Tuesday. Four student-athletes signed national letters on intent to play sports at the division I college level.
Connor Gillispie signed to play Baseball at VCU. Gillispie has a.323 batting average and has hit 39 RBI over the last two seasons. As a pitcher, Gillispie has an 8-1 record, to go along with a 1.53 ERA on the mound.
"I love it," says Gillispie. "Its my dream. VCU is going to set me up to play baseball after college."
Basketball standouts Ron Alston and Tyler Creammer will continue their careers on the court.
Alston signed to play at The New Jersey Institute of Technology. Alston made second team All VIC last season, while averaging 12.9 points per game and 5.7 rebounds per game.
"I've been dreaming about this since I was in eighth grade," says Alston. "It was a big challenge for me and a big goal to accomplish."
Creammer is headed to VMI and averaged 9.3 points per game and 9.0 rebounds per game last season.
"Its been a long five year journey," says Creammer. "As far as picking up a basketball and committing to play at VMI. It's a humbling experience, to be able to go to such a great school.
Imani Bryant, who averaged 19.2 points per game and 14.2 rebounds per game, is headed to Howard to play basketball!
My favorite thing to do is help other people. The last four years I've been helping people. Now that I've done what I wanted to accomplish, I'm able to help other people get their goals accomplished.