Senior Jacob Malinsky just committed to Duke University to play miniature golf. Malinsky was the top miniature golf recruit for the Class of 2015 and finally selected Duke last week after triumphing over the infamous windmill hole at his final match. Malinsky said: “Miniature golf is my life and my passion. I’m eternally grateful to have the opportunity to play the sport that I love at my dream school for the next four years.”
Senior Caitie Collins will be playing competitive Jenga for Yale University this fall and will be receiving a full-ride for her talented skills and tactics. Collins said, “I have been perfecting my steady hand technique for ages, so I couldn’t resist the full ride offer they made.” Since the age of five, Collins has never lost a Jenga match and hopes to continue this streak at Yale for the next four years.
Junior Jesse Liu just announced that he committed to University of Oxford in England for table tennis. Out of all 57 high school table tennis players worldwide he was selected out of a pool of talented players. When asked about his recent commitment Liu said: “I could not be more stoked. My grandpa was a champion table tennis player there years ago, and I cannot wait to follow in his footsteps.”
Junior Cami Sullivan recently committed to Notre Dame for bocce ball. Her bocce skills have been called “mind-blowing” by Sports Illustrated. Sullivan has a lot of talent to bring to the Fighting Irish. She has won the Bocce Ball National Collegiate Championship for the past three years. Sullivan noted, “I am blessed to be attending Notre Dame, and I know that all of my hard work has paid off.”