May 21, 2013 10:20 PM by Andrew Masuda
San Luis Obispo High swimmer Teagan Griffith signed a national letter of intent on Tuesday afternoon. Griffith earned a chance to swim at the Division I level for Colorado State.
"It's a really amazing moment. I mean I've prepared my entire life for this since I was 5 years old on my same club team and my high school team has been really supportive. So it's a pretty big moment for me," said Griffith, who plans to major in Communications at Colorado State.
The Rams compete in the Mountain West Conference and finished 7th this past season at the Conference Championships.
Teagan owns the Pac 7 League record in the 100 freestyle and won the league title in the event her junior and senior seasons. She helped the Tigers capture the league title last month to snap rival Arroyo Grande's seven year reign as league champion.
Griffith is the fifth member of San Luis Obispo High's Class of 2013 to sign with a four year university. Jack Ferguson ( Cal Poly football), Connor Hall ( Duke track and field), Brady Candaele ( Cal Poly soccer) and Andrea Reynolds ( UC Davis softball) inked their papers earlier in the school year.
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