Bollinger inks letter of intent to play at Toledo

Baseball standout one of only a few athletes at RHS to go on to Division I college


Riverside senior baseball player Dalton Bollinger signs a letter of intent to play at the University of Toledo during a ceremony in the school library Monday night. Looking on are, from the left, his mother Jamie Bollinger, brother Dakota Bollinger and father Bob Bollinger. (EXAMINER PHOTO | MATT HAMMOND)

As one of only a handful of athletes from his school to ever sign with a Division I college, Dalton Bollinger understands the significance of what his signature on a letter of intent to play baseball at the University of Toledo means to the Riverside school and community.


“I feel very proud to be a student and athlete at Riverside,” said Bollinger on Monday after making his decision to attend Toledo official. “I take a lot of pride in having the opportunity to spend my high school years here. It is a great feeling to be one of the select few from Riverside to be able to play a Division I sport.”

Bollinger signed his letter of intent Monday night in the school library surrounded by friends, family and his coaches.

“I feel honored and humbled,” said Bollinger, who verbally committed to the Rockets in late July. “I’ve accomplished a life-long dream. Playing Division I baseball has been something I’ve always wanted to do.”

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