Every year, numerous student-athletes at Martin Luther High School commit to play their given sport at the collegiate level. By excelling both academically and athletically during their time here at Martin Luther. These elite student-athletes earned the attention of Colleges, and Universities throughout the United States. That attention results in scholarships, assistance offers, and other athletic opportunities that span the NCAA Division I, II, III, NAIA, and NJCAA levels.
Each year Martin Luther High School takes the time to recognize those student-athletes who have chosen to continue their athletic careers at the collegiate level. In the final month of the school year student-athletes, coaches, parents, family, and friends gather to acknowledge this commitment. Martin Luther High School takes this opportunity to recognize the hard work these student-athletes put in the classroom and in their field of play throughout their career here at ML.
2020 Peyton Smith - Concordia University-Mequon (Wrestling)
2019 - Josiah Peterson - Mesabi Range College -Football
2019 - Brad Kulinski - University of Northwestern-St. Paul (Football)
2019 - Emma Kallas - Malone University (Basketball)
2017 - Josh Campbell - Regis University (CO) - Men's Soccer
2020- Emma Spaciel - Edgewod College (Softball)
2019 - Darios Crawley Reid - Concordia University St. Paul (Football)
2019 - Bryce Kulinski - University of Missouri-St. Louis (Baseball)
2019 - Xzavier Jones - Northern Michigan University (Basketball)
2016 - Taylor Kulaszewicz - Concordia -Chicago
NCAA Eligibility Center
Every student- athlete wishing to participate in the NCAA at the Division I or Division II level must first be cleared for eligibility through the NCAA. Below is the link to the NCAA Eligibility Center. It is strongly advised that student-athletes take care of this ASAP, preferably before October of their senior year here at Martin Luther High School. It is the student-athlete's responsibility to complete the NCAA Eligibility Center requirements. Please note that some courses that meet the Martin Luther High School graduation requirements may not necessarily apply toward NCAA requirements. It is best to start the process early to be sure you meet NCAA requirements.