College Bound: Zoe BiggsFebruary 7, 2019
A Q&A with Jasper senior track athlete Zoe Biggs who signed her letter of intent to run collegiately for the University of Saint Francis in Fort Wayne.
What was the biggest factor into your decision to run track collegiately? Saint Francis had a direct line to the radiology program and I didn’t want to just leave my sports behind in high school so I wanted to continue collegiately.
What stood out about the University of Saint Francis over other colleges you visited? What stood out the most was that it was just a home feeling as soon as I stepped on the campus and it felt amazing, I just wanted to pursue my career though.
During your high school career at Jasper, who or what do you feel most prepared you to run track in college? I feel like my teachers and my parents and siblings have been all right there with me to help pursue track in college.
What was your biggest accomplishment during your time at Jasper? Winning sectional and conference championships has been great and I’m excited to have those memories — also being a state qualifier is something I’ll always remember.
If you could describe your high school athletic experience in one word, what would it be? Fast.
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