Abby Magnuson has committed to Dakota Wesleyan University

Athletics


Coach Info
Name Phone Email
High School Wyatt Shultz
indoor field
WT TJ SP PV LJ HJ DISC
Best Time - - 31'8.00" - - - -
Second Best Time - - - - - - -
outdoor field
TJ SP PV LJ JAV HT HJ DISC
Best Time - - 34'4.00" - - - - 123'0.00"
Second Best Time - - 32'8.00" - - - - 118'0.60"
Outdoor Honors

2019
4th Place - Discus: North Dakota State Track Meet
2nd Place - Discus: North Dakota Northeast Region Track Meet
7th Place - Shot Put: North Dakota Northeast Region Track Meet
2018
4th Place - Discus: North Dakota Northeast Region Track Meet

Physical Attributes
Hand Bench Press (max) Wingspan Vertical jump
R - 6 -

Academics


GPA
SAT Reading
SAT Writing
SAT Math
SAT Score (Composite)
ACT Score (Composite)
High School
Central Valley High School
School City
Buxton
School State
ND
Guidance Counselor
Linda Dockter
Guidance Counselor Phone
Guidance Counselor Email
Class Size
18
School Size
75
TOEFL Score
Class Rank
1
School Division
-
Major Category
Health Professions and Related Sciences
Major
Physical Therapy/Therapist
Other Academic Information
A Honor roll PSAT 1110 Overall (580 Reading and Writing and 530 Math) Student Council FBLA- Future Business Leaders of America Member of Acalympics Team Attends school at Central Valley. For athletics is in a co-op with Hillsboro High School.
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Personal


First Name
Abby
Last Name
Magnuson
Address
City
State
Zip
Country
Province
Email
Phone
Athlete's Mother
Athlete's Father
Gender
F
Height
6'1"
Weight
180
Birthdate
NCAA Clearinghouse ID
Personal Highlights

Playing in the following Tournaments 2019:

June 8-9 Xplosion Tournament - Wayzata, MN

June 14-16 Tartan Summer Jam - Bloomington, MN

June 22-23 Great Alliance Tournament - Bloomington, MN

July 6-8 Mill City Tournament - Chanhassen, Chaska, MN

July 10-12 Nike Tournament of Champions - Chicago, IL

July 20-22 Tartan Meltdown - Minneapolis, Bloomington, MN

Playing in the following Tournaments 2018:

June 9-10 Xplosion Tournament - Bloomington, MN
June 15-17 Summer Jam - Bloomington, MN
June 29-30 Great Plains Alliance - St. Cloud, MN
July 6-8 Mill City Invitational- Minneapolis, MN
July 10-12 Nike Tournament of Champions - Chicago, IL
July 23-25 Under Armour Tournament - Minneapolis, MN

Playing in the following Tournaments 2017:

April 7-9 Junior Grand AM - Grand Forks, ND
AAU (ND Pros)
June 9-11 Xplosion Tournament - Bloomington, MN
June 16-18 Summer Jam - Bloomington, MN
June 23-25 Great Lakes Under Armour Shootout - Menomonie, WI
July 6-8 Simply The Best - Ames, IA
July 10-12 Nike Tournament of Champions - Chicago, IL
July 23-25 North Tartan Meltdown AAU Showcase - Minneapolis, MN

Additional Questions:
Why do you want to be recruited to play sports in college?

Sports have always been a passion of mine. I play basketball and I throw in track, but basketball is my main sport. If possible I am looking to do both in college. Playing sports in college is very appealing to me because I could not imagine being done doing the thing I love the most after high school is over. I am very dedicated, and I am looking forward to playing with other athletes who have the same passion for sports as I do.

Athletes are often leaders on and off the field. Please provide one example of how you have demonstrated leadership in both areas.

My junior basketball season I was put into a big leadership role. I was choose by my coach as one of the team captains. There were many more responsibilities besides doing captain duties before games. All the younger girls on the team look up to me and I had to be a good role model while helping them approve in the way they play the game of basketball. Another example would be in the 2019 track season when I was the oldest thrower on the team. We do not have team captains for our track team, but there were no senior female throwers this past year. I not only helped the underclassman learn how to throw, but I also had to encourage them to get better.

An example of when I was off of the field that I showed leadership would be within my school's FBLA (Future Business Leaders of America) chapter. I was not the chapter president my junior year, but when things needed to get done, I took initiative to get the work done. Nobody wanted to write a 16 page report for state, so I decided to and I actually placed fifth out of 50 reports. Next year I will be the chapter president. I also take many leadership roles in the classroom and for our schools student council team.

Please explain how you pursue "healthy athletic performance" as a student-athlete.

As a student athlete you must ALWAYS put your school work before any athletic activities. A student athlete must put 100% of their focus on their school work before they shift their focus to the sport or sports that they play. Student athletes must also manage their time well. If they don't they will find themselves in a cram and possibly failing at school and sports.

Please describe how you are involved in service in your community and why these efforts are important to you.

Community service is something that is very important in my life. Without it, our communities would not be what they are today. I am involved in community service in many ways. My favorite example would be when I volunteer my time to help with Special Olympics in Grand Forks, ND. It was very enjoyable and a great way to spend my time volunteering. Other examples would include: working local blood drives, working school concessions, spring clean up in ditches, and many more. In the last two years, I have got 150 hours of community service.

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