On Friday, February 15, 2019, senior Noelle Roblero proudly signed her letter of intent in front of family, friends and peers to play softball at Notre Dame de Namur University. This day marked the beginning of a new chapter for the Pomona Catholic senior, who has a bright future ahead of her. ASB Treasurer Elana Skeers presented Noelle with a framed picture, signed by the senior class.
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Noelle has been playing softball since she was 11 years old. At the age of 15 she began training to prepare for the next level of softball. She began travel ball when she was 16 and ended up playing on Firecrackers Hernandez 18 and under. With a huge thanks to Coach Tony Hernandez, he did all he could to help train her to earn a softball scholarship for college.
Although it was a long and difficult road recovering from her injury freshman year, with the many prayers and support from her friends, family, and the PC community, she was able to get to where she is today. She would like a give a huge ‘thank you’ to Coach Roger Wallace for all his support and encouragement that he continues to provide for her and the team. when the accident occurred he was at the hospital right after the game and continued to contact her mom to make sure Noelle is okay.
After almost 2 years of talking, Noelle was offered a scholarship to pursue her academic and athletic dreams at Notre Dame de Namur University. Noelle is currently playing her last year at Pomona Catholic as a captain, striving for a CIF ring and plays travel ball for the California Rebels.