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Written By StaceyPageOnline / Sports on Wednesday, November 14, 2018

Warsaw senior guard Maddie Ryman signed on to continue her basketball and academic career at Grace College. Seated with Maddie are Matt Dick and Nicole Ryman. In the back row are PAL Elite travel coach Larry Wright, WCHS assistant athletic director Jeff Hamstra, WCHS head coach Lenny Krebs and Grace College head coach Dan Davis. (Photo provided)

WARSAW – Warsaw Lady Tiger senior guard Maddie Ryman has signed a letter of intent to attend Grace College and study and play basketball for the Lancers after graduation.

Ryman, an All-Northern Lakes Conference selection as a junior, was also named to the Ink Free News First Team All-Area team. A spark plug for the Tigers on the court, Ryman earned a selection to the Lady Tiger Invitational All-Tourney team, and she was Honorable Mention All-State.

As a junior for the Tigers, Ryman led her balanced team in scoring (9.8 ppg) and 3-pointers and shot 77 percent from the free throw line during a 14-8 regular-season run under first-year coach Lenny Krebs. This season in three games, Ryman has averaged 13 points and nearly seven rebounds a night as Warsaw is off to a 1-2 start.

Not only has Ryman been a key component in the Warsaw girls basketball success, she has been instrumental in service work in and around WCHS. A member of the Octagon Club, Ryman has worked with Feed My Starving Children, Tiger Student Athletic Board, and is a member of the National Honor Society.

A Scholar Athlete, Ryman’s 11.78 GPA (12-point scale) has her toward the front of the class academically. Intending to major in elementary education, Ryman will play for coach Dan Davis at Grace. Grace is a member of the Crossroads League, the NCCAA, and the NAIA.

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