Jaguars’ athletes sign National Letters of Intent
By Murray Gleffe
ASHWAUBENON — Cody Minor, Rylie Severson and Lydia Schaible all signed Division II athletic scholarships Nov. 13.
Minor, who is coming off a WIAA Division 1 state title in the 113-pound classification, signed with St. Cloud St., which won the Division II NCAA National Championship in 2018, going 20-0 in duals.
The Huskies have produced 17 All-Americans in the past three years.
“It’s going to be an extreme challenge for me,” said Minor. “When I began high school, I started at the low end and had to work myself up to where I’m at today. It will be similar next year at St. Cloud with so many great wrestlers in and around the program. We have many things still left to accomplish this season. The big thing this year is to get our program at Ashwaubenon to team state.”
Minor is coming off a 48-1 record during his junior season and has over 135 individual wins.
Rylie Severson will be attending Winona State University in Minnesota to play golf.
Severson was named first team in the Fox River Classic Conference this past season and made back-to-back state appearances.
She tied for 28th during her senior season, shooting scores of 84 and 88 in the two-day tournament.
She has broken multiple Ashwaubenon girls’ golf records and maintains a strong academic record.
“I feel like I can go in and help the Warrior’s program next year,” said Severson. “For me, this past year was special. It was a comeback year to work super hard and accomplish my goals.”
Lydia Schaible will be attending Michigan Tech University in Houghton, Michigan, to play basketball and study biology.
She has increased her point production from 4.4 points per game as a sophomore, to 8.2 last season as a junior.
Schaible played AAU for the Purple Aces, coached under former UW-Green Bay basketball player Cordero Barkley.
“I’m excited for this season to start,” said Schaible. “My size and athleticism will help me in the paint. Once I arrive and play for the Huskies, I need to get stronger, keep learning the post moves and the college game to be successful.”