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Woodbury High School recognized 16 student-athletes that will participated in intercollegiate athletics for the 2023-2024 school year.   Congratulations to the following student-athletes in committing to participate in college athletics on Wednesday, April 19, 2023.

Chloe Carlson - Rowing - Creighton University

Joey Moeller - Baseball - Gustavus Adolphus College

Paige Lienhard - Soccer - Wartburg College

Hannah Graunke - Hockey - St.Norbert College

Ava Hacker - Swimming - St. Catherine’s University

Arielle Ostman - Softball - Westfield State University

Carter Klein - Football - University of Wisconsin - River Falls

Erika Roepke - Hockey - Arcadia University

Jack Huberty - Baseball - Century College

Evan Prokopec - Baseball - Saint Marys University

Kiera Petersen - Volleyball - Gustavus Adolphus

Lucy Jacobson - Swimming - University of California - Santa Cruz

Sam Hoff - Lacrosse - Elmhurst University

Carter Bolin - Basketball - Bethel University

Cayden Narum - Basketball - Bethany Lutheran College

Elanore Robb - Alpine Ski  - University of Maine - Farmington

WHS Student-Athletes sign National Letters of Intent

Woodbury High School had 5 student-athletes sign national letters of intent to compete in college athletics for the winter signing period on Feb. 2, 2023. Congratulations to our Royals and their families on this great achievement!

Kayode Amusan - Football - Illinois State University

Keaton Brown - Football - Winona State University - Winona

Ugonna Okeke - Football - Concordia University - St. Paul

Dylan Longworth - Track/Cross Country - University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee

Allison Hoschka - Women’s Lacrosse - McKendree University

(Left to Right): Dylan Longworth, Kayode Amusan, Keaton Brown, Ugonna Okeke, Allison Hoschka


Any WHS Student interested in playing NCAA athletics, can come to the NCAA Listening Session on Thursday, October 13, 2022 at 7:30 PM in the Lecture Hall. University of St. Thomas Compliance Officer Andrew Nelson will present about NCAA rules.  Please complete this form to attend for us to estimate numbers in advance.  If you are not able to complete the form, you may still attend the meeting.

The NCAA has made adjustments to requirements for students entering NCAA institutions for the 2021-22 school year. Please read the updated NCAA COVID-19 Information.  Please see your Counselor with questions related to your your eligibility. 

Here  are two videos created by the NCAA that include information about eligibility standards related to COVID-19. 

General NCAA and eligibility standards due to COVID-19 for students entering college 2021-2022. 

NCAA Question and Answer regarding eligibility standards for student-athletes enter college in 2021-2022

Division I and Division II have different requirements for Core Courses, Test Scores, and Grade-Point Averages.  


Please reference the Division I and Division II pages to see the requirements and upcoming changes in requirements.  

More information can also be found on the NCAA Eligibility Center Website.


Student-Athletes who are interested in competing in Division I or Division II athletics must register with the NCAA Eligibility Center.

Core Course Requirements per NCAA Level: Division I, II or III

High School Timeline to NCAA Eligibility

Grade 9

  • Ask your counselor for a list of your high school’s NCAA core courses to make sure you take the right classes.

Grade 10

Grade 11

  • Check with your counselor to make sure you will graduate on time with the required number of NCAA core courses.
  • Take the ACT or SAT and submit your scores to the NCAA using code 9999.
  • At the end of the year, ask your counselor to upload your official transcript to the NCAA Eligibility Center.

Grade 12

  • Finish your last NCAA core courses.
  • Take the ACT or SAT again, if necessary, and submit your scores to the NCAA using code 9999.
  • Complete all academic and amateurism questions in your NCAA Eligibility Center account at
  • After you graduate, ask your counselor to submit your final official transcript with proof of graduation to the NCAA Eligibility Center.