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Mahomet-Seymour senior signs letter of intent to LCU

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[May 24, 2010]  Elizabeth Langley, a senior soccer player from Mahomet-Seymour High School, has committed to continue her athletic participation on the intercollegiate level at Lincoln Christian University. Matt Clark, athletic director at LCU, made the announcement. The Red Lions compete as a Division II member of the National Christian College Athletic Association.

The daughter of Michael and Kristie Langley of Mahomet, Elizabeth plans to focus on intercultural studies and the teaching of English to speakers of other languages.

Langley is a four-year varsity letter winner as a defensive midfielder for Mahomet-Seymour, a team that captured the 2009 IHSA Class AA regional championship. During the 2010 season, the team allowed just over one goal per game through 11 regular-season games.

Clark is very happy to have Langley join the Red Lions soccer team and is looking forward to her contributions on the field.

[Text from file received from Jack A. Getchel, Lincoln Christian University]

(Women's soccer at LCU)



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