Janelle Wigal To Swim For Valparaiso

Friday, June 6, 2014 - by Special To The Chattanoogan.com

Janelle Wigal, 2014 graduate of CSAS, has committed to swim for Valparaiso University this fall. 

Janelle is a 2013-2014 three sport state qualifier in cross-country, swimming, and track  and sat principal french horn in the All State Band this past spring.

She will be majoring in civil engineering at Valparaiso as well as participating in music ensembles. 

 Valparaiso University awarded Janelle the Presidential Academic Scholarship, the Caterpillar Corporation Engineering Scholarship, and the Forte Music Scholarship.

She has also been awarded the CSAS Seth Eichenthal Engineering Scholarship and the Chattanooga Music Club Drs. Hilda & Andres Alisago Scholarship.  Janelle is a member of the McCallie GPS Aquatic Club.

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