Huppert Signs Letter of Intentby Troy Holmes on April 9, 2016
Chelsea Huppert has signed a letter of intent to attend Ohio Northern University located in Ada where she has been accepted into the College of Pharmacy and will play volleyball for the Polar Bears. As a senior, Chelsea was named to the Northern Indiana Conference’s First Team after leading Bremen High School in kills, blocks and serving. A 3-time team MVP, Huppert was named 1st Team All-State by the Indiana Coaches of Girls Sports Association (ICGSA) and was selected to the Class 2A North-South All Star Volleyball Team. She also received ICGSA Academic All-State in both volleyball and basketball. Chelsea is a standout 3-sport athlete also excelling in basketball and softball for the Lions and will earn 12 varsity letters during her high school career. Huppert is a 3-time All Northern State Conference 1st Team pitcher and has led the softball team to a regional championship and 3 sectional titles. In basketball, Chelsea has received all conference honors and was Bremen's leading rebounder over the span of her 4 seasons. She recently was named one of 13 recipients in Indiana to receive the prestigious Eugene Cato Memorial Scholarship Award that recognizes student-athletes who excel in academics, school and community involvement, character, sportsmanship and citizenship. Congratulations Chelsea!
Bremen High School Head Volleyball Coach, Beth Huppert stated, “We are thrilled for Chelsea as she will get to pursue her two biggest passions at Ohio Northern, pharmacy and volleyball. As a player, Chelsea was highly competitive, hardworking and always prepared. She was the first to arrive and the last to leave. Chelsea's leadership style allowed her actions to outshine her words. Life as a coach's daughter for Chelsea has proven to be one of the best motivational factors for her success today. Because of her work ethic, a relationship of mutual trust has been established between Chelsea and the coaching staff and between Chelsea and her teammates. I am blessed to have coached her for the past 4 years and honored to call her my daughter.”