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Hazen leaves legacy, hopes to set new one

November 19, 2013

COLUMBIA CITY— High goals and big achievements are the legacy Gabrielle Hazen is leaving behind as a Columbia City volleyball player.

And big goals are what she still has as she prepares to step onto the court as a Northwestern Wildcat.

Hazen officially signed with the university Friday in a ceremony at Columbia City High School.

When she officially dons the Wildcat purple, it will be a fulfilment of one goal.

“I realized a few years ago I could play in the Big Ten,” Hazen said.

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