Styf, Suppa join Jamestown teams
Two Packer athletes recently committed to play for the University of Jamestown in the fall.
Garrett Styf will join the Jimmies football team, while Courtney Suppa has joined the volleyball team.
Styf, a 6-foot-4-inch, 205-pound defensive end, recorded 27 tackles his senior season for the Packers and received honorable mention All-EDC recognition. He also led the team in sacks.
“We are extremely excited about Garrett joining our program,” Jamestown head coach Shawn Frank said. “He is a very engaging young man. The thing that strikes you about Garrett is his size. He can put a lot of weight on that frame. He moves well. It's his ability to move that also provides some position flexibility. Garrett comes from a solid program that is used to winning and competing. He is another great addition to our recruiting class.”
Styf is the son of Terry and Tara Styf. He plans to major in exercise science.
Suppa, a 5-foot-9-inch outside hitter, is an All-Conference and All-State selection for the Packers. She recorded 416 kills, 316 digs, 35 aces and 31 blocks her senior season.
“Courtney is an outstanding student-athlete,” head coach Jon Hegerle said. “I am excited to have Courtney join our team, as she has great potential both on the court and in the classroom. Courtney is an All-State player from a program with a strong tradition of developing volleyball players who understand what it means to be a great teammate. I would expect that Courtney will be a great contributor in actualizing our vision of competing for a National Championship while excelling in the classroom.”
She is the daughter of Michael and Kimberly Suppa, and plans to major in pre-physical therapy.