Speech to Text for Crater's Tostenson Signs with Georgetown University
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from the point s tire and auto sports desk, newswatch 12 sports with jake garcia" jantz says, "track and field along with cross country at georgetown university." jantz tostenson is headed to georgetown university. today the crater track and cross country star signed with the hoyas and their division one program, choosing it over two other division one options in the university of oregon and gonzaga. jantz says, "it was really hard coming down to it all. i had to think about it for over a month and i was just getting to the point where i because that's what got me here today but i also wanted to look at my future and what would benefit me the most. in the end of the day, georgetown, their law school and their school in general 17 percent acceptance rate and the prestigious academics won it over, i just had to go there." tostenson hopes to one day be a lawyer and said georgetown offers him the best shot at accomplishing those dreams. he'll join a cross country team that's coming off a big east championship and a track team that placed third. he's believed to be the 18th crater runner to sign a division one scholarship under head coach justin loftus. justin says, "when he was in sixth grade, the summer of his sixth grade year, he came up to camp with us in montana and he was running up some of these hills the high school kids were running and testing them and it was like well we'll see even talking to my friends and family, when i came back from that visit and talked about it, they were like, 'i already knew. you talked about it way more and you liked it way more and at the end of the day, everything and about a week or two ago i was like i want women's tournament came out today