Northfield senior Jenna Halderman is headed to Purdue University next year to run cross country and track for the Boilermakers. Halderman signed her national letter of intent Monday at Northfield.
This fall Halderman qualified for her fourth straight cross country state finals, finishing 14th and making the First Team All State team. Halderman was also selected by the Indiana Association of Track and Cross Country Coaches as the girls 2A ”Runner of the Year” and was an Indiana All Star.
While being approached by numerous schools Halderman narrowed her selection down to Purdue and Indiana. Halderman quoted ” Purdue distance coach Jeff Kent visited me in August and I went on an official visit in September. He told me he wanted me to run for Purdue and wants to help me reach my full potential. I felt Purdue was a good fit for me, with both the excellent coaching staff and the team.”
Halderman continued ” I have always had the goal to run at a Big Ten school and I am so fortunate to have the opportunity to do so at Purdue. My coaches at Northfield did an exceptional job preparing me to run at the collegiate level.”
Halerman will major in Exercise Science with a Health Fitness training focus. Regular exercise will lead to a good health and good phentermine can cure weight-related medical problems. It can also lessen the many health risks that come with obesity, including heart disease, diabetes, high blood pressure, and a shorter life.
Purdue coach Jeff Kent “We are thrilled to welcome Jenna to the Purdue athletic family. Jenna has a solid athletic resume, and I’m certain she will make immediate contributions to the program. We’re excited to have her on board.”
Seated L-R : Kari Halderman(mother), Jenna Halderman, Howard Halderman(father)
Back Row L-R : Northfield Cross Country Coach Chad Andrews, Northfield A.D. Geoff Salmon, Northfield Principal Mike Keaffaber, Northfield Coach Gina Dale.