Malorie Baumler has committed to Madonna University


Coach Info
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High School Travis Depuydt
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Best Time - 31'5.00" - - - - - 83'2.00"
Second Best Time - 31'2.00" - - - - - 82'11.00"
Outdoor Honors

8th grade: 2018-Qualified for U.P. Finals as an 8th grader on the Varsity Team in the Discus. This was a first for a Thrower in school history to qualify as an 8th grader.
8th grade: Broke the Junior High Shot Put record with a 32'6" with the 6 pound shot put.
9th grade: 2019-Qualified for U.P. Finals as a Freshman in the Shot Put.
2020- Season canceled due to Covid.
2021: 1st Place in the shot put at the Bobcat Invite-29' 11.75"
2021: 4th Place Discus with a 81'-0" at the Stephenson Invite.
2021: 1st place Shotput 31'5", 2nd place discus 74'7.25" at the Bark River Invite
2021: Received the "Captain" Leadership Award for Track at Carney Nadeau School's Sports Banquet
2021: Placed Second in both Shot and Disc at the Region 48 Regional and will be going to U.P. Finals.
2021: Skyline Conference Meet: placed 2nd in Discus (83'5") and 3rd in shotput (29'5")
2021: placed 6th at U.P. Finals in Discus and 9th in Shotput.

Outdoor Additional

Covid canceled Sophomore season but continued to work out and develop more strength this past year. Junior Year numbers are reflected.

Physical Attributes
Hand Bench Press (max) Wingspan Vertical jump
R 155 - -


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High School
Carney-Nadeau High School
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Guidance Counselor
Travis Depuydt
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School Division
Division 4 Volleyball, Division 3 UP MI Track
Major Category
Health Professions and Related Sciences
Health Professions and Related Clinical Sciences
Major Category
Health Professions and Related Sciences
Nuclear Medical Technology/Technologist
Major Category
Health Professions and Related Sciences
Radiologic Technology/Science - Radiographer
Other Academic Information
Member of the National Honor Society Academic letter winner
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Personal Highlights

Qualified for U.P. Finals in the Discus as the only 8th grader on the Varsity team.
Qualified for U.P. Finals in the Shot Put as a Freshman.
Holds the Junior High Shot Put Record at 32'6" with the 6 pound shotput.

Volleyball: Holds the school record for Aces in a match with 18 and is the first Carney Athlete to serve 25 straight points to win the 3rd and final set.

Additional Questions:
Why do you want to be recruited to play sports in college?

I believe one has to be committed to a sport that provides team comradery, but helps me set goals in both my academic and social life. I love to be part of something that is bigger than myself and I find sports as a vessel to encompass that need. I thrive off of healthy competition and use sports to push me to do better things in my overall life experiences.

Athletes are often leaders on and off the field. Please provide one example of how you have demonstrated leadership in both areas.

Leadership means to me the ability to encourage, support, and empower my teammates to want to be better players. I do this by cheering them on and recognizing their personal accomplishments both on and off the field. That same perspective can be used elsewhere. I belong to several 4H clubs and I am club President of my rabbit project club. I use my knowledge and skills to help younger members with thier showmanship skills and provide positive feedback to help encourage them to improve thier abilities. No matter where I am I can find someone who may need a little of encouragement in thier lives. I plan on being that person.

Please explain how you pursue "healthy athletic performance" as a student-athlete.

Physically I try to train throughout the year. I play volleyball in the fall, club volleyball in the winter, weight train throughout, track in the spring, and consistently try to keep my body moving through weight training and my part time job at a local gas station. I refrain from eating empty calories and support my body with nutritious food. Mentality, I try to refrain from negative energy from my surroundings. I clear my head and don't get involved with useless drama that maybe directed at me. I challenge my cognitive thinking by being secure with who I am and how I want to present myself. If I can be secure with who I am, I can be confident in my performance.

Please describe how you are involved in service in your community and why these efforts are important to you.

I use platforms such as 4H and the National Honor Society to accomplish much of my community service activities. I donate my time to cleaning up garbage along the highway, volunteer at the county fair, and wrapping donated Christmas presents for less fortunate families in our county. Helping people and the local area allows me to be proud of my community and feel that I contributed a small piece of myself to my local family. I live in a small community and in a way we are all family regardless if we are related or not. I want to leave a mark that says I had a positive impact to those that know me. I think if we all helped just a little bit there would be alot less negativity in this world.

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