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Four FRA athletes from Williamson County sign with colleges

This spring, four Franklin Road Academy student-athletes from Williamson County have committed to play college athletics.

Chance Bouldin has committed to play basketball at Dominican College located in Orangeburg, New York. Chance is the son of Kim and Garth Bouldin of Brentwood, TN.
Chance has been an integral part of FRA’s basketball team for three seasons. During that time, he led his team to a combined 98-29 overall record. In Chance’s senior season, he was named to the All-District team. “Chance has made himself a great basketball player because of his great work ethic and desire. I am extremely proud of Chance for the player and leader that he has become,” stated John Pierce, FRA head basketball coach.

Matt Hissong has committed to play baseball at University of South Carolina - Aiken located in Aiken, South Carolina.
Matt is the son of Stacey and Mike Hissong of Brentwood, TN. Matt started as either the No. 1 or No. 2 pitcher each of his four years playing for the Panthers. Matt is in the top five pitchers at FRA in career wins and has been named All-Region on multiple occasions. “Matt is everything that a coach would want in a pitcher. His teammates truly believe that with him on the mound, we have a great chance of winning the game,” stated George Weicker, FRA head baseball coach.

David Goodloe has committed to play tennis at Birmingham-Southern University in Birmingham, Alabama
. David is the son of Debbie and Jim Goodloe of Brentwood, TN. David has been a four-year starter for FRA’s boys varsity tennis team and has served as team captain his junior and senior years. “David’s passion for the sport of tennis is clearly evident, and his dedication to self-improvement is unparalleled. David exhibits an extraordinary work ethic on the tennis court, always striving to play his best, compete at the highest level possible, and demonstrate the ultimate standard of sportsmanship and respect for opponents,” stated John Haines, FRA head tennis coach.

Myles Morrissey has committed to play golf at Murray State University in Murray, Kentucky.
Myles is the son of Denise and James Morrissey of Franklin, TN. During Myles’ two years on the varsity golf team he was instrumental in helping FRA achieve both a regional championship as well as leading the Panthers to back-to-back state tournaments. In 2012, Myles placed 5th in the state tournament and made the All-State Team. “Myles is extremely dedicated to the game of golf and works very hard to improve his game. Murray State is very lucky to sign a player like Myles,” stated Glenn Tackett, FRA head golf coach.

Posted on: 4/19/2013


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