Jackson lacrosse players Riley Floyd, Camryn Meek sign letters of intent with Kent State

Jackson lacrosse player Riley Floyd is joined by her family and Polar Bears coaches Mike Peterson, Mahlon Downard and John Kroah as she signs her national letter of intent with Kent State.
Jackson lacrosse player Riley Floyd is joined by her family and Polar Bears coaches Mike Peterson, Mahlon Downard and John Kroah as she signs her national letter of intent with Kent State.

Jackson High School lacrosse players Riley Floyd and Camryn Adams have signed national letters of intent to continue their careers at Kent State University.

Floyd is a senior attacker for the Polar Bears. She was a second team selection on last year's Ohio High School Girls Lacrosse Coaches Association All-Region Team.

Meek, a senior defender, earned honorable mention all-region honors for the OHSGLCA last season.

Jackson lacrosse player Camryn Meek is joined by her family and Polar Bears coaches Mike Peterson, John Kroah and Mahlon Donward as she signs her national letter of intent with Kent State.
Jackson lacrosse player Camryn Meek is joined by her family and Polar Bears coaches Mike Peterson, John Kroah and Mahlon Donward as she signs her national letter of intent with Kent State.

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