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Larkin signs to Mercyhurst University

Liam Belan and Flynn Travers

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Another Baldwin student athlete has signed a letter of intent to continue her athletic career in college.

Senior Abbey Larkin has committed to Mercyhurst University to play basketball.

“It’s a nice school overall. The coaches and the whole team are really nice,” Larkin said.

Larkin plans to help out the team in any way she can.

“I played guard all through high school, but I can play forward if they really need me to,” Larkin said.

Larkin plans to become a physician’s assistant through her pre-med schooling.

 

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