Feb. 7, 2019, Sterling, Colo. — Northeastern volleyball player, Sara Antic, signed her National Letter of Intent to play for the University of North Dakota Fighting Hawks. The University of North Dakota is an NCAA Division I school located in Grand Forks, N.D.
The Fighting Hawks are members of the Summit League and play schools like North Dakota State University, University of Omaha, and the University of Denver to name a few.
During her time as a Plainswomen, Antic accumulated numerous awards and helped lead her team to the national tournament. During her two years at Northeastern, she was named to the All-Region IX team and All-Tournament team twice. She also has one Region IX player of the year and Region IX top freshman honors, as well as an NJCAA All-American. Antic's strong stats illuminate her accolades, totaling 797 kills, 556 digs, and 921 points.
"Sara provides a lot of versatility for our program. We love the fact that she brings our program a level of experience that will really help us," said University of North Dakota's head coach, Mark Pryor.
"We have had some good success with junior college players coming here and being able to contribute and flourish. Sara will definitely be able to carry on that tradition. Sara can be that multi-tool player that can help us both offensively and defensively," Pryor said.
Antic is the first of four sophomores that will continue their playing careers at a four-year university.