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Hancock College student-athletes ink National Letters of Intent

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Six Allan Hancock College student-athletes inked their college commitment Thursday afternoon to continue their career at the four-year collegiate level.

“Helping student-athletes transfer to a four-year university is what we are here for at the college,” said Kim Ensing in a statement, associate dean and athletic director at Hancock. “These six athletes committed themselves to athletics and academics. As a result, they have earned a chance to earn a bachelor’s degree and continue playing the sport they love. We couldn’t be prouder of them.”

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