McIntosh, who holds the Saints’ records in the 100-meter high hurdles (17.62 seconds) and 300 intermediate hurdles (51.2), has been invited to participate on the track and field team at Franklin College, from which she received the Ben Franklin Scholarship.
Owen plans to play baseball for Earlham College in Richmond, where he intends to study chemistry. He played in the Center Grove Little League before graduating to travel ball for the Indiana Mustangs and varsity baseball at Lutheran. He was awarded the Carleton B. Edwards chemistry scholarship and named an Earlham Scholar.
Ventura will play tennis and study premed at Hanover. He was a four-year varsity player at Lutheran, where he played No. 2 singles his freshman year, No. 1 and 2 singles as a sophomore and No. 1 singles as a junior and senior. He participates in clinics twice a week at Witsken tennis club.
Ventura has received the Alma Gene Prince scholarship and the Hendricks scholarship.