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Alumni Spotlight: Bryn Langrock

Posted Date: 5/09/24 (5:59 PM)

"Work hard, but try not to sweat the small stuff! Most things are 'small potatoes,' as my mom would say." - Class of 2017 graduate Bryn Langrock

What are your memories of Oak Harbor Public Schools?
I was involved in the National Honors Society, Link Crew, DECA, and lettered in Girls Basketball all four years of high school. My favorite teacher was Mr. Allen because he had the best banter!

What have you been up to since graduating from Oak Harbor High School?
I earned my undergraduate degree in communication as well as a Master of Education in Intercollegiate Athletic Leadership from the University of Washington. After college, I was a graduate assistant for Long Beach State Women's Basketball, and am now the Marketing Coordinator for the Washington Interscholastic Activities Association (WIAA) where I get to continue my love of high school sports every day! 

Playing education-based athletics in Oak Harbor's vibrant and supportive community has inspired me to contribute to high school athletics across the state. My goal is to leave a lasting impact on WIAA schools through storytelling and promotion of high school athletics, which for the large majority of students will be the highest level of sport they reach.

I recently played as a wide receiver/defensive back for the women's tackle football team, the Seattle Majestics, and I am an avid pickleballer in the Greenlake community. 


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