GreenSpeed Training Facility Announces Outgoing Senior High Schoolers
Four impressive all-female athletes will be off to top universities in the fall after training with San Diego's top speed and athletic trainer.
It's truly an honor for me to be involved with their journeys. Juggling school and athletics is a very difficult commitment, especially to do it at the level these four have throughout their high school careers.— Tom Green, owner and founder of GreenSpeed Training Facility
Local San Diego-area star athletes commit to universities across nation
GreenSpeed Training Facility is announcing the graduation of four San Diego-area high schoolers who are off to their respective colleges as they transition to collegiate sports. The local seniors are also each academic over achievers, making them a unique group who collectively have 4.4 grade point averages and are all Honor Roll students.
These four dynamic athletes include Olivia Sekimoto, 18, (soccer), Lindsey Tarr, 18, (gymnastics, cheer, acrobatics and tumbling), Mia Shalit, 17 (soccer) and Lluvia Tarnitza, 17 (track and field). Sekimoto, Tarr and Shalit attend Eastlake High School in Chula Vista, while Tarnitza is at West Hills High School in Santee. The girls train together as a group, working on their speed, agility, strength and overall athletic performance.
“It's truly an honor for me to be involved with their journeys. Juggling school and athletics is a very difficult commitment, especially to do it at the level these four have throughout their high school careers,” said Tom Green, owner of GreenSpeed Training Facility.
The student athletes will be attending the following universities.
- Olivia Sekimoto – American University, Washington, D.C.
- Lindsey Tarr – University of Oregon
- Mia Shalit – University of Nevada Las Vegas
- Lluvia Tarnitza – University of California Los Angeles
“Their hard work and discipline will definitely set them apart from most. I couldn't be happier with their success as individuals and they will forever be a part of the GreenSpeed family,” said Green.
Though local schools are closed like many across the nation, the student athletes are still preparing for their moves to college as planned in the fall.
About GreenSpeed Training:
Founded in 2015, Tom Green built the GreenSpeed Training facility after 33+ years of athletic experience and 16 years of experience in San Diego as a personal trainer, coach and sports performance specialist.