Irons Commits to Lock Haven University

Tyrone junior Reagan Irons has verbally committed to Lock Haven University in Lock Haven, Pennsylvania to continue both her academic and athletic career.

Irons has been playing volleyball for seven years and has loved the sport ever since she started playing.

“Volleyball is such a special sport to me because of the people I have met along the way, and I have so much fun playing,” said Irons.

Volleyball is such a special sport to me because of the people I have met along the way, and I have so much fun playing”

— Reagan Irons

Irons was considering several colleges, but it came down to Bloomsburg University or Lock Haven.

Ultimately she chose to attend Lock Haven not only for their exceptional volleyball program but also for their academics.

“I was also considering Bloomsburg [but] I chose Lock Haven because of the great physician’s assistant program, it’s close to home, and the visit I went on was awesome,” said Irons.

It is almost every athlete’s dream to compete at the collegiate level and Irons is no exception.

“I decided to pursue volleyball at the collegiate level because that has always been my goal, and I would love to continue playing,” said Irons.

Throughout her years as a part of the Tyrone program, Irons has grown to be one of the most influential players that Tyrone Volleyball has ever seen.

“She’s a focused player, wants to continue to improve, and does not get rattled easily. I’m very proud and happy for her that all her time and hard work has paid off in playing at a D2 school,” said Assistant Coach Bob Oberheim.

Irons is excited to be continuing her athletic career at Lock Haven.

“I am really looking forward to playing with the girls on the team because they seem like an awesome group of people,” said Irons.