Jimmies News · Jimtown 3-Sport Athlete Makes a Late Call on College

Pictured are: (L-R) Mike Campbell, Head Football Coach, Bryce Track, Dan Slabaugh, Assistant Football Coach Amanda and Bradley Track (father and step-mother)

Bryce Track has been a 3 sport athlete at Jimtown for all of his 4 years of high school.  Bryce has participated in Football, Wrestling and Track.  Bryce’s favorite sport has been football.  As a member of the Jimtown Football squad this past year, Bryce was a defensive starter on the D-Line.  He was able to earn All-NIC honors in the nose-tackle position.  Bryce was also a Moose Krause Scholarship Nominee for 2018 based on his very good academic performance and very respectable GPA of 3.7.  He was a Burger King Student Athlete of the week and a WHME Channel 46 Student Athlete of the Week–both in football.   Bryce was an academic all-state in wrestling.

Bryce has known for awhile now that he wanted to play football at the next level.  Where and with who was the only question.  Weighing his options carefully and finding the program that felt good to Bryce was a process that he took his time with.   A football program that he could fit in with and that he could contribute to.   The college version of Jimtown is really what Bryce

Bryce Track (center) poses at his signing ceremony with other senior members of the 2018 Jimtown Football Team

was looking for….

The decision has been made!!   It was very late in the school year, but Bryce made the decision to attend Becker College in Worcester, Massachusetts.   Worcester is only a short distance outside of Boston.   It was a tough decision for Bryce and his family based on the distances, but he felt that Becker provided a small school atmosphere and a football program that he could fit into and contribute to.   Becker College is a small liberal arts institution that was founded in 1784.  It is the 19th oldest campus in the country.  Becker is an NCAA Division III Institution that offers 16 NCAA sports including football.

Good Luck Bryce Track!!  We certainly wish you luck in your new team and school.  Work hard and keep up that Jimmie Spirit!!