Name: Jenna Wargo
High School: Lewisburg
Class: Senior/Redshirt junior
Major: Graphic design
Sport: Track and field (javelin)
Notable: She owns the Louisville school record in the javelin (170-9), which she set as a sophomore two years ago. (An ACL injury sidelined her last year.)
Why I chose Louisville: “I chose Louisville because they had a great graphic design program and I loved the team when I was on my visit. It seemed like the right fit for me, so I committed.”
Biggest adjustment to collegiate athletics: “I think the biggest adjustment will always be the process of having to juggle all your activities and scheduling your time efficiently.”
Biggest surprise about collegiate athletics: “The fans that you come across no matter where you are, and it’s always a great feeling to know that you have that support behind you.”
Advice for prospective collegiate athletes from the Valley: “College athletics is a lot of fun, but it’s also a lot of hard work and dedication. It’s essentially a job along with being a full-time student.”
Name: Jenna Wargo
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