February 20, 2019
By Kelli Gile, WVUSD Office of Community Resources
DIAMOND BAR, CA—Diamond Bar High parents, athletes, and family members who have spent countless hours honing their craft in school teams, sports clubs, and private training celebrated the pay-off of all the hard work on Wednesday.
Five seniors made commitments to play their sports at the collegiate level during a signing day ceremony attended by an enthusiastic group of families, coaches, friends, and staff members.
Star running back Jeremiah Chukwudobe will be taking his talents to University of California, Davis next fall.
With dreams of playing in the NFL,Chukwudobe, nicknamed “Shifty” by teammates for his quick feet on the field has averaged 108 rushing yards per game and scored 9 touchdowns.
Another top Brahma athlete, swimmer Dylan Hou who specializes in the 500 Free and 100Breast events,will attend Pomona College.
The ceremony also spotlighted three elite soccer players that have realized their collegiate dreams.
Forward Olivia Valdivia will be going to University of North Dakota, and defender Jordyn Beaulieu will be playing at University of La Verne.
Jaida Wilson, who was named Rookie of the Year, will be headed to California State University, Fullerton.
"I believe Cal State Fullerton offers me a great opportunity to excel academically and grow as an athlete,” she said.
Five Diamond Bar High student-athletes made college commitments during a signing day ceremony on February 20. Congratulations to Olivia Valdivia, Dylan Hou, Jeremiah Chukwudobe, Jaida Wilson, and Jordyn Beaulieu.
Signing Day! Families, coaches, friends, and staff attend ceremony to celebrate Diamond Bar High senior athletes on February 20.