UCCS happy to add another Barnett

published February 28, 2010

UCCS has added another commitment to its recruiting class this year.

Only, this one is a bit further out than next August. Brooklyn Anne Barnett, born Feb. 26, 2010, has agreed to play for the Mountain Lions in 2028, pending a National Letter of Intent and years of good grades.

Mom and Dad are very happy and fortunate that she was born healthy and quickly. She already has large feet and long fingers. Doomed to a life of sports, or playing string instruments. Obviously, Dad is hoping for the former

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