Blue Hawks sign Honeyman for 2014-15

Photo courtesy of Abby Honeyman and
Photo courtesy of Abby Honeyman and

Dickinson, ND  -- Dickinson State head women's track and field coach Pete Stanton has announced that Abby Honeyman from Regent, ND has signed a letter of intent to join the Blue Hawks in the 2014-15 academic year.

"We are very excited to have Abby join our track and field program," Stanton said.  "She is one of the top track and field student athletes in the state.  She has ability in a great range of events and can run the relays as well. She will have potential to be a multi-event athlete.  Most importantly, Abby is an outstanding person and student.  She comes from a great family and the work ethic that she displays will help her be a very successful athlete at the college level."

Honeyman will come to Dickinson State from Mott-Regent High School, where she was a six time All-State performer in 100 Hurdles, 300 Hurdles, Triple Jump, and Relays from 2011 to 2013.  Abby also lettered in volleyball and basketball.  Honeyman looks to continue not only her strong success in athletics, but also her academic success, as she plans to major in Elementary Education.

Abby is the daughter of Jim and Michelle Honeyman, both are graduates of Dickinson State University.