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Written By StaceyPageOnline / Sports on Thursday, March 21, 2019

Warsaw Community High School senior Julia Hildebrand has chosen to continue her golf and academic career at Grace College. Seated with Julia are parents Megan Hildebrand Yeager and Steve Yeager. In the back row are WCHS athletic director Dave Anson, Grace golf coach Denny Duncan and WCHS girls golf coach Tad Nieter. (Photo provided)

WARSAW – Warsaw Tiger senior golf standout Julia Hildebrand has selected to continue her academic and athletic career at Grace College.

Hildebrand earned three varsity letters in golf and earned Most Improved Player, and the Striving Toward Excellence Awards for Warsaw coach Tad Nieter.  During her high school career she also participated in cross country and track and field for the Tigers as well.

A scholar athlete, Hildebrand has been a driving force for a number of community service projects. She has been a part of groups working with Feed My Starving Children, has worked with Vacation Bible Study, and she is a childcare volunteer for Warsaw Community Church.  She is also a member of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes.

Hildebrand plans to major in Pre-Vet Health Sciences at Grace and compete for coach Denny Duncan. The Lancers are members of the Crossroads League and the NAIA.

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