Two Student-Athletes Sign To Play At The Next Level
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Two Student-Athletes Sign To Play At The Next Level

On Thursday, Lausanne held a signing day for two student-athletes both signing to play collegiate baseball.

A two-way player in baseball, Remi Schaber '22 could be found on the mound, at third base and providing the Lynx with run support with a bat this season. She was awarded the Tennessee Baseball Coaches Association (TCBA) Scholarship, a scholarship given for accomplishments on the baseball field, in the classroom & in the community and became the first female in the history of the TBCA to receive it. She is also a member of the national Spanish Honor Society, Rho Kappa, Science National Honor Society and the Sigma Society. Remi was also recognized in the Upper School senior awards and awarded Excellence in DP Chemistry HL - Year 1, Excellence in Spanish III SL and Excellence in Dance for Athletes awards.

Remi signed to play collegiate baseball at Hood College in Maryland next season, where she will be one of seven women in the country rostered to play college baseball next year. 

"Remi is one of a kind," head baseball coach Chris Mitchell shared. "From day one at Lausanne, she has always wanted to be a team player and do what she can to help us win. Remi's work ethic is second to none and she is living proof that if you put the work in, you can follow your dreams. As her coach, I am extremely proud to see her hard work pay off and extremely excited that she gets to continue playing baseball at the next level." 

A three-sport athlete at Lausanne, Devin Meyers '22 signed to play baseball at Christian Brothers University. Arriving on campus before his junior year, Devin has showcased his athletic abilities at Lausanne in various ways. He is a wide receiver and safety on the football team, a member of the 4x100 regional championship relay team in track, and an outfielder in baseball.

"I am extremely proud of Devin on his signing," Coach Mitchell said. "Devin came to Lausanne his junior year after Covid and didn't have much game experience. Devin is proof that you can see your dreams come true at the next level with a lot of work and determination and a chance to play. I am an extremely proud coach."

For Devin's parents, choosing Lausanne is something they wish they would have done sooner. 

"Our only mistake was not bringing him here sooner," said Devin's father, Ross Meyers. "Since starting here, Devin's Grade point average has increased. The care that the teachers and administrators have for students here makes this place a true family. This school is amazing. Lausanne has helped Devin in such an incredible way."

Congratulations, Lynx! 

Posted by Steven Russell at 09:48