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Feels like home
L-E's Messer follows heart; signs to play volleyball at SWU
SARAH BETH MESSER SIGNED a National Letter of Intent to play volleyball for and continue her academic pursuits at Southern Wesleyan University. Flanking the Lugoff-Elgin senior are her parents, Debbie and Steve Messer. Standing, from left, are L-E head volleyball coach Jessica Mullins, Messers cousin, Hannah Boggs, Messers younger sister, Ashley, L-E activities director James Marlow and L-E principal Worth Thomasson.
Sometimes, all it takes is just one look for a new place to feel like your new home away from home. As she took her first visit to Southern Wesleyan University’s campus in Central, Lugoff-Elgin senior Sarah Beth Messer had a good feeling about the school. So, when it came time to make her college choice, the Lady Demon signed a National Letter of Intent to continue her academic and volleyball-playing endeavors at the Upstate university.